Easy Pizza Scramble

We have been eating this Easy Pizza Scramble at least 3x week lately for breakfast! It has all the pizza flavors you love, while being low carb and keto, and FOR BREAKFAST. I mean, who doesn’t want pizza for breakfast? I serve mine with warm marinara sauce for dipping!

Easy Pizza Scrambled Eggs

Easy Pizza Scrambled Eggs

If omelettes or scrambles are the option, I go scramble every single time. A well-made scramble is my favorite! It can’t be too dry, and has to be soft and creamy without adding any milk!

When I really wanted pizza one morning and ended up with this scramble, I knew it would be on repeat. It’s SUPER simple to make, and SO delicious.

Easy Pizza Scrambled Eggs Without Milk

Scramble FAQs!

How do you make perfect scrambled eggs?

  • Place over medium-low heat and add butter or oil of choice until hot. Pour in eggs.
  • As eggs begin to set, gently pull the eggs across the pan with a spatula, forming large soft curds/ribbons.
  • Continue until you reach your desired scramble egg consistency! I like mine soft and fluffy.

Do you have to put milk in scrambled eggs?

No! When scrambled eggs are made right, they’re light, soft, and creamy without the addition of milk or  cream.

What can I put in my scrambled eggs?

You are going to love this pizza scramble. It’s one of my favorite unique ways to spice up scrambled eggs!

Easy Pizza Scrambled Eggs with Cheese

If you like this egg scramble recipe, try these other egg recipes:

How do you make fluffy scrambled eggs


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Easy Pizza Scramble


Yield 2
Prep Time 3 minutes
Cook Time 7 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes



Author: Lexi
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Ingredients

Directions

  1. In a bowl whisk together eggs.
  2. Add pepperoni, tomatoes, and spices and mix to combine.
  3. In a medium size skillet over medium-low heat,  and oil and when oil is hot add scramble mixture.
  4. Slowly fold scramble as it cooks into ribbons.
  5. Once cooked to desired likeness, serve immediately with marinara sauce!

Recipe Notes

  • Omit cheese for Whole30

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11 comments
May 14, 2018

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11 responses to “Easy Pizza Scramble”

  1. Lori says:

    What brand/type of pepperoni are you using?

  2. gerry speirs says:

    This should be kid approved this weekend!

  3. What an awesome way to enjoy pizza in the morning! Love love love!

  4. Gaby Dalkin says:

    Pizza for breakfast?! I’m SO in!

  5. AHHH I love scrambles too, and anything with marina sauce! YUM.

  6. Rosalind says:

    Delicious! I always put milk in scrambled eggs! Sometimes I add fresh corn, yummy!

    5.0 rating

  7. Debs says:

    I love eggs so much! In every form, I’m not picky!
    But this recipe looks particularly tasty. There’s just something so comforting about scrambled eggs!
    Debs @ https://tiger-mint.com

    5.0 rating

  8. I just found my new breakfast crush!!

  9. Robotance says:

    WOW! I got a new breakfast recipe. We all eat scrambled eggs but not this way. Flavors of pizza with eggs are just looking awesome. I cannot wait to try the recipe. I hope everyone in my house is going to enjoy the new pizza egg. My kids love egg and pizza so much and this recipe is going to be very demanding. I use little milk to make the scrambled eggs soft and fluffy. Thanks for sharing

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  10. Lesley Hartzler says:

    Did you make the marinara sauce or buy it? If you made it, would you mind sharing the recipe? Thanks!

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