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This paleo breakfast pizza is such a fun way to mix up your weekend breakfast game. I included four of my favorite topping variations to spark some inspiration. With a nut-free plantain pizza crust, these variations of breakfast pizza can be tailored to meet all dietary needs.
When I have an early flight out of PDX, breakfast is usually a gluten-free breakfast pizza from Mod Pizza, which is where this recipe draws its inspiration. The crust is thin, chewy, and subtly sweet from the plantains. I’ve included four variations, but you can get creative with your desired toppings.
It’s really important to buy GREEN plantains for your crust. The starch content is higher in these underripe plantains, so they hold their structure much better and they won’t impart too much sweetness to your crust. After pureeing your crust, spread the batter very thin. These crusts can feel more like flatbread if you make it too thick.
These breakfast pizzas would be fun to serve at a brunch. Make the crusts ahead of time and have your guests decorate their own pies! My daughter had a blast choosing her own toppings, mixing and matching as she pleased.
Breakfast Pizza Crust
Use this paleo pizza crust as your base for any breakfast pizza variation
4plantainsgreen, with a bit of yellow. Do not use ripe plantains.
Preheat oven to 375°. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
Peel plantains and chop into 3 inch chunks
Add plantains, olive oil, egg, salt and seasoning to food processor and puree until smooth.
Once smooth, add coconut flour and puree for another 30 seconds.
Divide batter into 4 even discs on parchment lined baking sheet. Spread the mixture 1/4-1/8" thin, leaving the edges a little thicker. This helps hold the pizza toppings. It's easiest to spread the batter with the back of a spoon or a spatula.