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Topped with hash browns, spinach, cheese and an egg, these breakfast pizzas work as breakfast or breakfast-for-dinner and are sure to be a hit at the table!
breakfast pizza with hash browns, spinach, and eggs

What’s your breakfast mantra?



Don’t ask The.Boy how I know this.

I’m so pleasant to wake up to.


But seriously, if you deter my breakfast consumption by more than 10 minutes, you run the risk of meeting “Where The Wild Things Are” Joanne.

It’s not my best look.


So all of my morning meals are restricted to things that are make-ahead, reheatable, and/or can be thrown together in less time than it takes me to put my contacts in.

Pretty much meaning that potatoes are off the table. Which is so sad, because who doesn’t love a good hash in the AM?

Crickets. Exactly.

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That is, until I discovered Simply Potatoes, which is a line of refrigerated prepared potatoes that are cooked through and ready to go whenever you are! They are made with only real ingredients WHICH I LOVE (you can bet I scoured the label just to be sure!), require zero peeling or shredding, and just happen to make for a mean breakfast pizza.

Which you can have in and out of the oven in under 20 minutes. Crazypants.

Simply Potatoes come in a variety of different flavors and cuts, ranging from mashed potatoes to diced potatoes to wedges – pretty much if there is a potato style out there, they make it. They can be found in the refrigerated section of your supermarket (probably near the dairy aisle!) and they’re perfect for when you want to have that hearty breakfast of your dreams, but you just don’t have the time to spend making it. For more recipes and ideas on how to use Simply Potatoes, check out the Simply Potatoes Favorites recipe collection! And be sure to follow Simply Potatoes on Pinterest for more potato inspiration.


But now, back to the pizza!

I chose to make these pizzas on piecesΒ of naan because who has time to spend making pizza dough in the morning!? Not I. You can feel free to go the flatbread or pita route if that’s more your style. No judgment.

Basically, the hash browns are sauteed for a minute or two until heated through. a few handfuls of spinach are thrown in until wilted, and then the whole mix is spread over your carb of choice with a sprinkling of cheddar and an egg for good measure. The pizzas are then baked until the eggs are done.

All of a sudden, you’ve just made pizza before you had your coffee.

Crazy. Doable.

Breakfast Pizza with Hash Browns, Spinach, and Eggs
Topped with hash browns, spinach, cheese and an egg, these breakfast pizzas work as breakfast or breakfast-for-dinner and are sure to be a hit at the table!
Yield: 4 pizzas
  • 2 tbsp olive oil
  • 1 package Simply Potatoes O'Brien Hash Browns
  • 5 oz baby spinach
  • 4 flatbreads
  • 4 oz cheddar cheese, grated
  • 4 eggs
  1. Heat oven to 400F.
  2. In a large nonstick or cast iron skillet, heat the olive oil over medium heat. Add the potatoes into the pan and saute, stirring frequently, until heated through. Add in the baby spinach and cook until wilted.
  3. Place the flatbreads on a parchment-lined baking pan. Top the flatbreads with the potatoes, leaving a well in the center for the eggs. Sprinkle with cheddar cheese. Crack an egg into the center of each flatbread. Bake for 10-15 minutes, or until egg whites are set and eggs are cooked through as desired.
  4. Let cool for a few minutes before serving.
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Nutrition Information
Serving size: 1 pizza

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53 Responses to Breakfast Pizza with Hash Browns, Spinach, and Eggs

  1. Sune Moolman says:

    Spinach + egg = breakfast heaven.
    Adding potato, naan and cheese to that equation…oh.my.word! YUM!

  2. bellini says:

    Using naan is a stroke of genius for a quick breakfast Joanne.

  3. Lynn says:

    I’m salivating here! This looks so delicious.

  4. Whoa! Talk about an ultimate breakfast! This is filled with so much goodness!

  5. Ya my husband knows all about “Where the Wild Things Are” Lauren if there is no chai tea in the fridge. Love potatoes on pizza!

  6. I adore breakfast pizza! We’ve made it a few times but I need to remember to make it more often. And I love the naan trick – I’ve done that too! So much to love about this recipe πŸ™‚

  7. Yeah, don’t mess with me if I haven’t eaten in the morning! Not pleasant!!

    Ah counting down the days until I can eat runny yolks… should I start with runny yolks on pizza??

  8. oh my gawd, Joanne. . you are hilarious. . no chance I’d wanna see β€œWhere The Wild Things Are” Joanne. πŸ˜› this breakfast pizza has it going on and I love you for using naan because it’s freaking delicious and quick. Put an egg on anything and I’m sold. . not that I needed more after seeing the recipe πŸ™‚ and thank you so much for the link up to my Croque Madame Waffles!!

  9. Naan for breakfast!!!! Totally love this pizza and I will not want to be messed with either πŸ™‚

  10. Same morning mantra for me! I cannot function and do not want to be spoken to until I have eaten and had at least 2 cups of coffee. We would make great breakfast mates!

  11. Sues says:

    Ohh hiiiii. I want this right now, please.

  12. Hahaha! Yep I’m just like you in the morning if I don’t get food STAT. I could definitely picture waking up to this gorgeous pizza! Love those pretty eggs on top!

  13. Cassie says:

    My husband is the same way – he has to have food in the morning is all is wrong in the world. And this breakfast pizza is right up his alley. I love it!

  14. Nupur Mehra says:

    What a beautiful turnout ! I am always in search of good savoury breakfasts, and you have plenty! First time on your blog, and love it here.

  15. Haha that is exactly why I so rarely cook lengthy breakfasts. I have to eat within 30 minutes of waking up. Preferably right after waking up though. Whenever I am forced to wait I get irritable. This happens a lot with my dad cooking pancakes/waflles for breakfast. I don’t say anything because it’s nice to have someone else cooking but I sometimes wish he would tell me how long until breakfast is ready so I could eat a banana or something to tide me over haha.

  16. I love breakfast pizzas, but I really love that you have added hash browns on to these. They look and sound so good.

  17. Oh the hangries… a condition to be avoided at all costs! And yes, I haven’t really enjoyed potatoes for breakfast since I moved away from my German momma’s kitchen. Must.Fix.This.NOW!

  18. Love this idea !! I think I will make it for my family this weekend! Thanks Joanne !!

  19. Monica says:

    I’m digging those potatoes…and loving your breakfast pizza! I look forward to breakfast so much, it’s not funny. I had to fast today for my annual check up and all I could think about was when I could eat my breakfast! I love that you used naan. I can totally do this! : )

  20. Barbara says:

    OMG. That looks divine. I am a big believer in breakfast….big ones. Problem is, I don’t take time to make anything more than an egg and some grapefruit. This would be fun to serve when the kids are home.

  21. Sarah says:

    This egg pizza looks so good ~ plus spinach too so it’s healthy πŸ˜‰ Also great idea about using pre-made flatbread and hash browns so this is can be made fast for breakfast πŸ™‚

  22. Love easy breakfast ideas, especially eggs + spinach. That’s my go to…like everyday!

  23. Liz says:

    Oh, yeah, I MUST have breakfast…even when I go to an early yoga practice, I find time to eat a little something. Your pizzas look amazing…I need to make these for my hubby and boys when they’re home for the weekend πŸ™‚

  24. Pam says:

    This looks way better than the boring cereal I had. YUM!

  25. Kate says:

    I know it’s a breakfast pizza, but this looks like a great dinner!

  26. sandra says:

    what a great idea – this is my favorite breakfast in pizza form – eggs Florentine.

  27. Basically I wish I could have this for breakfast EVERY day! So much yummmm on a crust!

  28. Breakfast is my life – Brinner being a household word over here. This pizza would work for all 3 meals. And a midnight snack. SO jealous you got to work with Simply Potatoes – my refrigerator is never without them!

  29. Hooray for naan pizza. This looks scrumptious, Jo!

  30. alyssa says:

    I want this! I have been craving pizza so bad and that crust looks awesome.

  31. This is actually great for any meal! I like to use flatbread to make pizza too. So much quicker and easier.

  32. Loooove! I am a demon in the morning. I need food right away or I just cannot function.

  33. These breakfast pizzas are calling my name.. they look absolutely delicious. . Just perfect! !

  34. Susan says:

    That beautiful poached egg on the top is the perfect topper to your breakfast pizza!

  35. Eileen says:

    My breakfast mantra is “I need to be up for at least an hour before I can eat anything, but I want tea and I want it now.” πŸ˜€ Of course, pizza is definitely a breakfast priority! I love the egg — just think of all that rich yolk.

  36. I love breakfast food. I am always open to new options. This idea is terrific. The eggs are cooked just the way I love them. And I am quite picky.

  37. Ala says:

    Naan is the only way to go with pizza, because seriously–there is naan other I’d rather stuff my face into. Ergh I need you to live in my kitchen so I can have real brekkies like this, Joanne, please.

  38. love that with this I can have pizza anytime of the day! I love it

  39. Oh this is my kind of breakfast. Delish!

  40. this is the new toast. I’m sure of it.

  41. Love breakfast pizzas and this looks yummy with all the toppings. Especially hash browns πŸ˜‰

  42. I could eat this everyday for breakfast. Yum!!

  43. What a great breakfast idea!!! This sounds delicious! I should try this recipe!

  44. Tash says:

    Oooh Joanne this is a whole new level of yummy-ness! I generally find it so hard to eat something savory in the morning (just pass over the pancakes and syrup..), but I think this hash brown pizza might just have to be my latest dinner craving πŸ™‚

  45. Reeni says:

    That looks so out of this world delicious it made my tummy grumble! I usually don’t eat until lunchtime! And I want this tomorrow!

  46. I cannot think about breakfast until I’ve had coffee! Must say, the idea of ready to use potatoes would be perfect for after gym πŸ™‚

  47. Isadora says:

    You had me at breakfast pizza! I admit that I have been known to skimp on breakfast every now and then because I’m lazy, but I would love to have this pizza for breakfast! Now I just need to find someone to come cook for me every morning πŸ™‚

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  49. Kelly says:

    Haha I wake up famished and have to eat right away too! This breakfast pizza wouldn’t last a minute at my house – looks amazing! Drooling over that gorgeous egg!

  50. Natasha says:

    Made this for a Sunday brunch. It was delicious. We added bacon and sausage and some Creamy Peppercorn Whiskey Sauce from Gourmet Inspirations. So good!

  51. This looks amazing! I’m not a big breakfast food lover, so I love a mix on the traditional breakfast. I am definitely making this!

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