Breakfast Pizza Bagels are so easy and fun! A breakfast the whole family will enjoy! Customize this recipe to make it your own!
Breakfast is definitely my favorite meal of the day! C and I try to have at least 2 breakfast dates a week (usually just at home, but still…!), and they’re always the perfect way to start off a day! Such a treat 🙂
I peeped some bagels hiding in the back of our freezer this morning when I was grabbing the coffee, and my brain immediately was like “ding-ding-ding – THAT’S GONNA BE BREAKFAST”. I love bagels! Do you? I can never pass up the chance to gobble one up. Like, never-ever-ever. My hips don’t lie.
Pizza Bagel Recipe
After I realized we were fresh out of cream cheese (wtf roomies?!), I decided to pizza these bagels UP. Have you ever made pizza bagels before? They’re super easy to whip up! And if you pop an egg in the middle, it magically becomes breakfast food. POOF! You’re welcome 😉
Are you guys into the runny yolk egg trend? I loooooove it. I think a runny egg on pretty much anything – except like, ice cream… – is pure heaven and bliss. BUT! I know a lot of people – including the very handsome but picky man I keep – are not into the liquid yolk. So! My point of this whole runny vs firm ramble is you can bake it either way when you make your little bagel pizza. If you want a runny yolk, 16 minutes, baby. Like it firm? 20 minutes and you’re solid.
How to Make Pizza Bagels
This recipe starts with a – wait for it – BAGEL! This is actually a flagel. Uh huh. Flat bagels for the win! Less bread = MORE cheese. Yay-ah.
*Regular round bagels will work!!! Perfectly.
Then we’re gonna get down to the serious business: toppings! We got our sauce and cheese – pizza staples! And add some slivered jalapeños and pepperoni. Amen.
*You can add whatever the heck you want to your pizza bagel. W-h-a-t-e-v-e-r!
Breakfast Pizza Bagel
Now we add the ingredient that makes these pizza bagels BREAKFAST pizza bagels. The EGG. I love the egg. Add the egg. It makes it breakfast. It makes you happy.
Then we just bake it up, and viola! Breakfast Pizza Bagels! Yippee-yahoo-and yay!
P.S. If you’re like “o-m-g (Becky)… I can’t believe she’s posting a recipe for bagels.” Well, Psssh! Wait till you make this. I ser-i-ous. Once you make these – you’ll be a bagel pizza convert for life! I’m already craving another one. At least I know what’s for breakfast tomorrow 😉
See you sweet things tomorrow with some fruity, boozy, perfect-for-Summer cake! xoxo
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Breakfast Pizza Bagels
- Makes 1 pizza bagel; double as needed 🙂
- 1 bagel, sliced in half
- 2 tablespoons pizza sauce
- 2 ounces mozzarella, cut into small cubes, or shredded
- 1 tablespoon jalapeño, thinly sliced, optional
- 6-8 small pieces of pepperoni, optional
- 2 large eggs
- Black pepper
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees (F). Line a small baking dish with parchment paper; set aside.
- Cut bagel in half.
- Spread 1 tablespoon of pizza sauce around each side of the bagel.
- Top each half evenly with the cheese, then add the toppings!
- Carefully crack an egg into each hole.
- Top each egg with a little fresh ground black pepper.
- Bake for 16-20 minutes, depending on how well-done you like your egg 😉
- Enjoy at once!
Barbara Carlson says
Made these this morning and they were delicious!
i want to make these to send to camp with my husband. I was going to cook them as directed -16 minutes and then wrap with foil for the men to heat up over the fire. I wonder if I would have to put the top of the bagel on to avoid the cheese and egg sticking and going everywhere?
Hi Laura. I think putting the top of the bagel on is probably the way to go here. Just to be sure he doesn’t loose all the yummy toppings to the foil 😉
I just popped mine in the oven. I planned on making bagel pizzas but saw you added an egg for breakfast so I did also. The egg whites did spread underneath the bagel but I figured it would so since I am only making one for myself, I’m using a pie pan covered in foil to contain any mess and for easy clean up. I figure even if the egg runs underneath, it will cook up and still be tasty. I will post an update but I’m sure they will be delish! Trying one with mozzarella cheese and pepperoni and then one with mozzarella cheese and diced deli honey ham 🙂
The foil did contain the mess but it was a challenge getting the bagel off since the egg whites almost became a glue. I used a everything bagel which was good and cooked for 20 minutes. The eggs were still runny but I don’t mind. Might take longer than 20 minutes for those that like then set and well done. Overall very tasty! Thanks! 🙂
Hi Sarah. So happy to hear you enjoyed the pizza bagel 🙂 Parchment paper is also a great way to make cleaning up easy – and it tends to “stick” less than foil.
Make sure your egg whites have a place to go. My egg whites went all over the pan. Praying this isn’t an epic fail.
Hi Stacey. Sorry to hear that. Typically the egg whites stay put on top of the bagel…
Mine worked fine. Perhaps your bagels have a really large center hole? I used Everything bagels from Walmart and they had small holes, worked perfectly!
Jill (MamaGing.com) says
These look great! I’m making some for the kiddos this morning, except they don’t want pizza sauce, (they like egg sandwiches with mayo), so I spread a thin layer of mayo on the bagel instead of sauce. Then added cheese, crumbled bacon & green onion. My whites did seep down the hole a bit, hopefully enough stayed on top. They are baking as I type! ~ Mama Ging
Hey Jill! How creative – anything with bacon sounds dreamy! The egg white does seep down a bit, but it all bakes up wonderfully in the end. I hope you enjoyed these! xo