As made by Laurie.
The recipe started with one from ourbestbites.com and can be expanded based on what you have in the cupboard or refrigerator.
Though labeled a "breakfast pizza", likely due to the role of eggs, we nevertheless first had it for dinner with broccoli on the side. For breakfast it is a handy make-ahead recipe. Just cook a batch and freeze them.
The two photos below represent two variations, made at different times.The first photo is more of a dinner orientation and the second is more of a breakfast orientation. Your mileage may vary. (I'm responsible for the lack of onions, sorry.)
Laurie did not forget the cheese. In both cases above, the final ingredient before placing in the oven is, of course, cheese! You can pick and choose the other ingredients based on preference, but cheese is a requirement. In this case it was non-fat shredded cheddar.
One neat thing about this recipe are the eggs, a staple for breakfast fare. You will not notice any eggs in the images. Yet they are there!
The secret is to soak both sides of the English muffins in a pie plate with a mix of eggs, milk, and salt. This reminds me of making French toast. I should point out that though the original recipe prescribes 10 dashes of Tabasco sauce in the egg mix, Laurie did omit this ingredient in deference to me and my sensitivity to spicy food.
Out of the oven
On the plate: Breakfast Pizza and steamed broccoli for dinner
English Muffin Breakfast Pizzas
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