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This is fun to make with your kids at home or at the cottage; it is simple and easy to make with Pita bread or tortillas and your favorite breakfast and pizza ingredients.

I first made this with Pita bread however for this Instructable I am using whole wheat tortillas, tomatoes, onion, breakfast sausage, ketchup, eggs, grated mozzarella and cheddar cheese.

Step 1: Preheat the Oven

Set the rack on the top rail set on broil and preheat the oven.
As the oven preheats prepare the rest of the ingredients.

Step 2: The Sausage

Place the breakfast sausage in a frying pan with a little water and oil or margarine to cook and continue on to dicing the rest of the ingredients.

Cook the sausage until the water boils off the sausage is lightly browned.

After the breakfast sausage is cooked dice them to the size you like.

Step 3: Ready to Make Pita Pizza

When all the ingredients are ready start making Pizza my son Josh likes ketchup on his.
On a disposable aluminum tray place your pita bread or tortillas and add your ingredients.

Step 4: Then Add the Diced Ingredients.

On Joshua’s Pita pizza he added onion, tomato, and sausage.

Step 5: Your Pets Can Join in on the Fun.

Remember to let your pets have what falls on the floor.

Step 6: Scramble the Eggs

Add the eggs to the pizza and cover with grated cheese.
Don’t worry about making a mess that is half the fun.

Step 7: Place on the Top Oven Rack

Heat for two minutes only.

Step 8: Do Not Over Cook

If you over cook the pizza in the oven for as little as 30 seconds you get this. That is why I use a disposable aluminum tray.

Step 9: Microwave Instructions

On a microwave safe dish place your pita bread or tortillas then do everything the same as the oven recipe. Cook on high for two minutes in the microwave.

Step 10: And There You Have Your Pita Pizza Breakfast.

Now that is different
Great idea! I see lots of possibilities here. Thanks!
Yea you can go wild with every ingredient in an omelet or on a pizza. <br>My sons have a ball when we make these. <br>They think the burnt ones taste good. <br>Joe

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