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Feb 04

Quichzza (it’s a quiche pizza!)

GO GET SOME PIZZA DOUGH.

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And make this. Or make your own pizza dough. That is fine too.  Then make this.

So Monday.  Monday I got home from my office and Andrew was like, “you have chocolate on your shirt.” So I looked down and sure enough there was chocolate on my shirt. And then I was like, “I didn’t eat chocolate today.”  Life is rough sometimes.

End story time.

Now.  A quiche is pretty much already a pizza.  I mean, they both have a crust.  So this is actually a pizza-quiche-pie.  All are foods I enjoy and here they are rolled into one skillet.

So it starts with a pizza dough.  I used a whole wheat store-bought dough.  You over-grease a skillet (similar to how I over-share at times), then you press in the pizza dough and add in toppings GALORE.

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Do you have to use eggs? No.  But then this wouldn’t be a quichzzza.  And you want this to be a quichzzza, just so you can say quichzzza.  

Quichzza, quichzza, quichzza.

So scramble up some eggs with your favorite things to pair with eggs.  I don’t care what you add as long as you add cheese.  I added red bell peppers, canned tomatoes, chives and sharp cheddar into the eggs and then poured it into the pizza dough.

Let’s talk tomatoes for a hot sec.  I used thick, chunky canned tomatoes.  Have you ever eaten at BJ’s Pizza?  Their pizza has chunky tomato chunks on it and I love it.  So their pizzahhhh inspired this quichzzza.

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Then I baked the thing and topped the finished quichzza (See what I did there? I got to say quichzza again)…and then I topped it with crispy bacon, basil and avocados.  

I know.  Basil and avocados? But I went for it.  And the good news is that bacon goes with EVERYTHING so the whole thing works.

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Quichzzza

Yield: one 9" skillet pizza

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 25 minutes

Total Time: 35 minutes

Ingredients:

pizza dough of choice
5 eggs
3/4 cup sharp cheddar, grated
1/2 cup red bell pepper, finely chopped
1/2 cup canned diced tomatoes, rinsed and drained
1/4 cup chives, sliced into 1/4" slices
pinch sea salt & pepper
toppings: cooked bacon, fresh basil, avocado

Directions:

Preheat oven to 450ºF.  Grease a skillet with olive oil and sprinkle with a bit of cornmeal to make it super non-stick.  Press pizza dough into skillet and up onto sides.  In a bowl, whisk together eggs, cheese, bell peppers, tomatoes, chives, salt and pepper.  Pour egg mixture into the un-baked pizza dough.  Bake for 20-25 minutes, or until eggs are set.  Check after 10 minutes to see if pizza crust is browning too quickly.  If it is, cover the crust edges with foil and then continue baking until eggs are set.

Top with bacon, basil and avocado slices.  Slice & serve!

Quichzza LOVE!<3<3<3

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12 comments on “Quichzza (it’s a quiche pizza!)”

  1. This quchzza is brilliant!  It could easily be breakfast and dinner at the same time!  You can never goes wrong with pizza:)

  2. Quichzzza is so hard to day! It makes me think of Godzilla of whatever that monster guy is called! :)

  3. Genius. Why chose when you can have both? 

  4. I LOVE this.. especially because of the name! ;)

  5. I must say that your chocolate shirt story was quite enthralling ;) Keep the oversharing up – I love it!

    Oh, and the quichzza looks quuuuuite amazing!

  6. I love the tomatoes on BJ’s pizza and every time I comment on it, my dad thinks I’m weird. So glad someone else agrees that they’re special :) And eggs + pizza? You totally just combined two of my favorite things.

  7. I love that you make up new words (especially for delicious creations), and have chocolate on yourself. Keep oversharing.

  8. This was so much fun to make! So worth making this with homemade pizza dough :) We made the filling with sausage crumbles and kale = hit the spot! Thanks for sharing this fun recipe, Kylie!

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