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Egg & Sausage Breakfast Naan Pizza

Here is your excuse to have pizza for breakfast! Naan flatbread topped with crumbled turkey sausage, egg, pepper jack, cheddar, creamy avocado and salsa.

Breakfast pizzas!

Oh yes I did!!

Okay….today we talking about pizza heaven.

I’m all game for recipes that doesn’t require any measurements and this is one such recipe. All measurements given are just a guideline and I encourage you to go with your preference.

Grab a naan, top with crumbled sausage (use as little or as much you like), break an (or two) on top, sprinkle cheeses (again as little or as much you like) and bake. How easy is that? (well, it does require cooked sausage). Jennie-o sausage is not only lean and delicious with just hand full of ingredients, also they are quick to make (just follow the package instructions). Top pizza with creamy, ripe avocado, your favorite salsa, cilantro and indulge.

While these pizzas are perfect for brunch, they are just as delicious any other time of the day!

Skill level – Easy

Egg & Sausage Breakfast Naan Pizza


1 pound All Natural Jennie-O Turkey Sausage

3 large naans

1 1/2 cups grated mild cheddar cheese

1 1/2 cups grated pepper jack cheese

3 large eggs

2 avocados

1 – 1 1/2 cups salsa, purchased or homemade

chopped cilantro, for garnish


1. Cook turkey sausage according to package instructions, cool and crumble into chunks.

2. Combine both cheeses together in a bowl.

2. Preheat oven to 450 degrees F. Line a baking pan with parchment paper.

3. Place a naan on the baking sheet, top naan with sausage crumbles, break an egg in the middle and sprinkle with 1/3 rd of the cheese mixture.

4. Place baking pan in the middle rack of the oven and bake for 10-13 minutes, until cheese is melted and egg is cooked to your preference.

5. Place pan on a wire rack to cool slightly. Repeat process with remaining naans.

6. Cut into wedges,  top with sliced avocado, salsa, chopped cilantro and serve immediately.

Makes 3 naan pizzas

The sausage for this post was sponsored by JENNIE-O


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Saturday 6th of May 2017

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Maria Doss

Sunday 7th of May 2017

Thank you so much:)

Kim | The Baking ChocolaTess

Friday 5th of May 2017

I want! I love naan bread and well everything else here! We use a lot of turkey sausage in our meals for casseroles and breakfast. Looks like I can add this one! :) Yum!!

Maria Doss

Friday 5th of May 2017

I'm a huge fan of naans too, well...duh:) This was our dinner many nights of the week and we totally loved it, you will to:)

Pamela @BrooklynFarmGirl

Tuesday 2nd of May 2017

Perfect for breakfast/brunch! It looks delicious :)

Maria Doss

Tuesday 2nd of May 2017

Thanks Pam, have a great day!

Ashika @ Gardening Foodie

Monday 1st of May 2017

What a great idea to use naan as a pizza base, and for breakfast...even better😋

Maria Doss

Tuesday 2nd of May 2017

Thanks Ashika:)

heather (delicious not gorgeous)

Monday 1st of May 2017

ooh, this looks so tasty! what naan do you use? i haven't found a frozen one i like yet, and am kind of tempted to prep all the ingredients, dash out to grab naan from a restaurant, and continue along. even though that sounds like a bit of a hassle (;

Maria Doss

Tuesday 2nd of May 2017

My personal favorite, that I always stock at home is Stonefire mini naans (refrigerated) from Costco. They turn out so soft when popped in a regular bread toaster (are the perfect size) and I store leftovers in the freezer (they go straight from freezer to toaster). Those would be perfect for this recipe, but would make mini pizzas. That said, I used Stonefire originals (available in the bread section at Safeway) for this recipe. Hope it helps, have a good one Heather:)