Everything thing I love to see at the breakfast table, on a pizza!
Combining two loves, breakfast & pizza, to create the newest “Breakfast of Champions!” 

Happy Sunday! This is the first time I’m posting on a Sunday, but it’s for a great reason! — My first Sunday Supper post!

Sunday Supper is a movement that encourages spending time around the dinner table with family. The Sunday Supper movement partners with brands and services that are like-minded and believe in the power of that mission. With young kids of my own and crazy chaotic days, dinner time at our table is my favorite time of day. It’s calm (maybe for only a couple minutes) and it’s where we look each other in the face and have real conversations. I’ve been following the Sunday Supper posts for quite some time now and know some of the bloggers personally. This past week I went to an event hosted by Sunday Supper and it motivated me to join in on the fun! This group of bloggers is really special and I’m excited to break “virtual” bread with them!

October is National Pizza Month! As avid pizza lovers, we don’t need any more motivation to pop a pizza in the oven, but it motivated me to try something new!

This Breakfast Platter Pizza takes dinner (or breakfast) to a new level. If you love breakfast and love pizza, (maybe just one or the other) you will absolutely LOVE this pizza. I recently shared my favorite Whole Wheat Pizza dough recipe that you can search for on the blog, make your favorite dough, or buy a pre-made one from the store.

The combination of eggs, bacon, spinach, and cheese can never go wrong, and it doesn’t disappoint on a pizza! This is definitely a reason to wake up in the morning!


P.S. I got a little crazy and lightly drizzled my piece with pure maple syrup. It.was.amaze!


See what other National Pizza Month Inspired recipes we’re sharing below!






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