Savory Spring Pizza

Want to impress your dinner guests?  Maybe even blow their minds?  PUT AN EGG ON IT!  Or in this case 5 eggs.  Yes, it's pizza so everyone already loves it.  Pizza can be basic and easy but this recipe will make it look like you put way more effort into it than you actually did.  And let's be honest, that's what we are shooting for.  Little effort, big pay off! Plus this is not only delicious but healthy too. It's got kale, people!   You won't even have to make a salad!  But you can if you want to. ;)



Your favorite pizza dough recipe,

4 rainbow carrots of various colors, ribbon sliced

1 head of purple or green kale, rinsed and de-stemmed

1 medium yellow onion

1 package of high quality bacon or turkey bacon, prepared & chopped

5 fresh eggs

crushed red peppers

olive oil

kosher salt


1 1/2 cups shredded parmesan

3 ounces of shaved sharp, white cheddar


Preheat oven to °425.  In large bowl mix chopped kale, ribboned carrots and yellow onion.  Add two tablespoons of EVO, salt and pepper to taste. Mix thoroughly (get your hands in there!) After rolling out dough, (preferably thin, make sure to flour under dough so it doesn't stick!) sprinkle on olive oil, crushed red peppers, top with kale, carrot mix, then sprinkle with bacon, cheese and pinch of salt.  Bake in oven for 8-10 minutes on pizza pan/ baking sheet.  Turn oven up to °450.  Take pizza out and carefully crack 5 eggs, dispersed evenly, on top of pizza.  Slide pizza off baking sheet and place directly on 2nd to top, oven rack.  Continue to cook for 7-9 minutes, being careful not to overcook the eggs.  You want them over easy, to over medium, depending on preference.  But make sure there is a little bit of yolk to run out. And remember: we say a crunchy crust is where it's at, so don't be afraid if your crust is black.        


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