Breakfast Pizza [video]

I owe this burst of breakfast video inspiration to Tiger. She was helping me defunk and in return I hope I’ve done the same for her.

May I present, Breakfast Pizza… (written recipe below the video)

Here’s what I did… Breakfast Pizza

  • 1 tortilla (your favorite kind will work, I’m sure)
  • 1 egg
  • 1 egg white
  • Handful of baby spinach chopped
  • 1 tbsp bacon bits
  • About 2 tbsp store bought salsa
  • 1/4 oz shredded cheddar cheese

Preheat the boiler.

Lay the tortilla on a strip of aluminum foiled and brown in the oven for about 5 minute to get it crispy.

Whisk the egg and egg white together with a pinch of salt and some black pepper.

Spray a non-stick frying pan with non-stick cooking spray and heat over medium-high. Add the spinach and bacon bits and cook until wilted.

Check on the tortilla!

Add the eggs to the pan and scramble by continuously turning with a spatula.

Spread the salsa on the crisp tortilla. Top with the eggs and sprinkle on the cheese. Pop back into the oven for about 1 minute.


Breakfast Pizza  - finished

Approx Nutritional Information per serving
Servings Amt per Serving
1 entire recipe
Calories Fat Fiber WWPs
170 9g 13g old: 3 new: 4
Sugar Sat Fat Carbs Protein
4g 3g 12g 12g
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17 Comments and 0 Replies

  1. Barbara

    this breakfast pizza really sounds great and easy to make.
    When you were talking about taking tine for ourselves.
    well thats what WW was about this week.
    Its all about ME for this week.

  2. Barbara

    me again
    I was just wondering. Did you set up the print feature on this.
    when I print it gives me more than just the recipe.
    what I mean is it printed the pix of your kichen (which is nice) but I only want the recipe.
    It also saves on ink.
    I hope I am not complainimg I love you site.

  3. Valerie

    Do you think it’s weird that I totally talked to you during this video? lol For whatever reason, it seems so much more personal than your other videos. It was also a different view of your kitchen.
    I also wanted to tell you how amazing you look. You look healthy and happy!
    I need to go buy some tortillas now. I make something similar but instead of salsa I use red chile sauce or green chile sauce (depending on my mood) but that could be a New Mexico thing. :) Bueno has a great frozen red and green chile or in a jar in the international aisle of the grocery store. It’s worth a try. If not, email me and I will send you some to try! It gives you so many more options.

  4. Valerie

    Oh! I totally laughed out loud when you were talking about how the spinach gets slimey. You’re right… that’s not the right word but I completely know what you mean! :)

  5. Marissa

    This looks so good and I can’t wait to try it out too! I also get stuck in a rut with my breakfast routine. I send my 7 yr old out the door and then I feed the baby and get caught up in other stuff that seems more important at the time. Then I look at the clock and it’s almost 11! Brunch???? lol I have some flat out bread, but I’m thinking I could share with my kiddo in the morning and it would be fun for him because it would be pizza! Thanks again for the wonderful idea and keep them coming!

  6. Tina

    I haven’t watched the video yet but WOW this looks SOOOO good. You must be using smaller tortillas. I buy the larger ones at my grocery store and they’re 4pnts each – loooove them. My husband is in charge of weekend breakfasts now so I’m definitely sending this recipe to him.

  7. Judy

    It’s a “must try” recipe…
    thanks so much for the video, having the visual
    makes me want to try it, rather than just reading
    a recipe…appreciate your sharing all the wonderful ideas…

  8. Liz

    Thanks for this idea Roni! I have a bunch of tortillas that I need to use up so this will be on my list for the week.

    I have a little tip for not wasting egg yokes when you just want the whites. You can save the egg yokes in your fridge and then freeze them. I usually try and freeze two or three at a time. Then if you have a recipe that needs just egg yokes or more yokes than whole eggs, just take the egg yokes out and let them defrost and you’ll have yokes! Sometimes I make lemon curd with them and it always works out.

  9. Stacey

    This sounds sooooo good! I just started to eat healthy and I am doing the 17 Day Diet. (I cant have the tortilla yet but will soon)and I am making this. I am brand new to your website & wanted to say I love it. Just what I am looking for! Thanks for sharing your life!

  10. Valerie

    Just tried this – FANTASTIC & easy :) Even though I charred my first tortilla ( guess my broiler is hotter than I thought!) This is just what I needed this morning. Something that was not sweet and the little kick of the salsa was an added plus. Thank you again Roni for sharing your creativeness and for be willing to just be yourself with us on video :) It is so refreshing and fun! Thanks again ( p.s. your site is my favorite – I always tell the girls at work what I am eating that day and I seem to always end the sentence with “from Green Lite Bites” I have turned them on to it too!)

  11. Valerie

    It is not crazy at all – I love it ! I look forward to checking out your latest creation daily and I usually try it !! I have lost about 15 lbs so far and I feel better knowing what I am really eating. Many thanks to you :)

  12. Dawn

    I tried this it was sooo good….. I put mushrooms in mine instead of bacon bits….. thanks for the idea I will be having this alot more.

  13. roni

    It was just a standard size. Not a small corn shell taco size and not the big burrito size but something in between. Honestly, I’m not sure it has a size category besides “tortilla.”

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