Sausage Gravy Breakfast Pizza

Two heart-stopping comfort foods join forces for a decadent new dish that’s breakfast-worthy all day long. Try our Biscuits & Gravy Breakfast Pizza recipe to find out.

This easy breakfast serves a whole lot of people with little effort and tastes just like your favorite breakfast disguised as one of the easiest breakfast recipes to make.

BTW, are you looking for tasty and easy breakfast ideas? Try my Breakfast Corndogs. Or Cinnamon Rolls in Oranges. Both are tasty and fun to eat. Need something lighter? Air Fryer granola and my breakfast parfait are what you need!

Sausage gravy breakfast pizza with crescent rolls and eggs

Some questions I found on Google that we need to have a heart to heart about:

  1. Is breakfast pizza a thing?
  2. Is pizza a breakfast item?
  3. Can you eat pizza as breakfast?
  4. Is cold pizza for breakfast a thing?

Y’all, I’m not joking… these were legit questions that came up OFTEN. I mean. 


Who are these people and where are their parents? For shame.

  1. Of COURSE breakfast pizza is a thing.
  2. YES pizza is a breakfast item. Not just breakfast pizza but regular pizza. Pizza is for breakfast, lunch, dinner, snack, dessert, and everything in between. 
  3. YES you can eat pizza as breakfast. (see above). In fact, you SHOULD eat pizza as breakfast.
  4. Oh darling, if you haven’t had cold pizza for breakfast I mean…no words. NO words.

Moving on. Just let’s move on…

Ingredients for breakfast pizza

Key Ingredients:

Simple ingredients of crescent rolls, eggs, sausage, and cheese for this breakfast pizza recipe!

  • Crescent Rolls. I use crescent rolls instead of a pizza crust (although you certainly could!) to keep the crust easy and buttery and so easy to roll out on a baking sheet.
  • Ground pork sausage. Sausage gravy isn’t really sausage gravy without ground sausage…right? Try using bacon instead, for a fun twist.
  • The best eggs. This pizza is topped with LOTS of scrambled eggs full of protein…great for a hearty breakfast.
  • Cheese. I prefer cheddar cheese but feel free to try mozzarella cheese or even skip the cheese if you are watching your saturated fat.
  • Optional: pump up the nutrition by adding bell pepperspinachmushrooms, or other veggies you like.

How to Make:

  • The crust for this sausage breakfast pizza couldn’t be easier. Simply roll out a tube of crescent rolls and gently press it into a cookie sheet.
  • Fry up a batch of ground sausage, put that sausage on the crescent roll crust.
  • Use the drippings, some cream, and some flour to create a sausage gravy that will act as the sauce for our breakfast “pizza”.
  • Just pour that sausage gravy goodness over the sausage and crescent roll crust. Add some good sprinkles of black pepper for good measure. Yum!
  • Scramble up some eggs to put on the pizza. Honestly, I used the same pan as the gravy and sausage to keep it easy.
  • Lastly, pile the whole thing high with shredded cheese and bake it baby, bake it!
  • I throw sliced green onions on top of the pizza when it comes out of the oven. Sometimes chopped parsley, if I don’t have the onions. Whatever I can find that adds a bit of green freshness.
A pan of biscuits and gravy breakfast pizza.

Tips for success:

  • Did you know that because of the flour and processing ingredients used to keep shredded cheese fresh in the package, it doesn’t have the same “meltiness” as cheese you shred yourself? Totally true. When possible, shred your own!
  • If you find the crust is too thick, try using only 1 tube of crescent rolls. Take into account you will most likely need to reduce the baking time.
  • While I prefer using ground sausage, using your favorite link sausage and cutting into smaller pieces works too.
A sheet pan will biscuits and gravy breakfast pizza.

How to Store/Make ahead:

  • Making ahead: I find that making this pizza ahead leads to a soggy bottom and isn’t tasty, at all. Instead, I will have the eggs beaten and ready to go, the sausage gravy already prepared (sometimes I need to thin it out with a bit of milk if it thickens as it cools), and the veg and cheese cut and shredded. Then I simply roll out the crust and put the pizza together. It’s ready within 20 minutes!
  • Storing: Store leftovers in the fridge for up to 3 days. However, leftovers aren’t tasty when reheated in the microwave because that yummy crust just stays soggy. Instead, reheat leftovers in the oven or an air-fryer to maintain the crispy crust. Better yet…eat it all while fresh :).

This Crescent Roll Breakfast pizza is easy and fast to make and tastes amazing! Like our Breakfast Corn dogs, this is an easy breakfast for Christmas morning, weekend breakfasts, or for busy mornings. Serve it up with orange juice and hash browns for the ultimate brunch.

crescent roll breakfast pizza

Crescent Roll Breakfast Pizza

| 8 servings
Prep Time | 10 minutes
Cook Time | 25 minutes
Total Time | 35 minutes
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Just like your favorite biscuits and gravy but in pizza form…and with eggs!


  • 2 tubes Crescent Rolls
  • 8 eggs beaten
  • 1 lb ground breakfast sausage
  • 8 oz cheddar cheese, shredded
  • 1 cup chopped green onions
  • 1 tablespoon flour
  • 2/3 cup milk
  • 1 teaspoon pepper
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  • Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
  • Roll the crescent rolls on to a cookie sheet. Pre-bake for 10 minutes.
  • In skillet on med-high, brown sausage breaking it into small pieces. Once browned, use a slotted spoon to remove from pan and put on the crescent roll crust.
  • Mix 1 tablespoon flour and 2/3 cup of milk together with 1 teaspoon pepper.
  • While whisking with a fork, slowly pour the milk mixture into the sausage drippings. Bring to a gentle boil until thick—add additional milk if it is too thick.
  • Drizzle the gravy over the sausage and crescent roll crust.
  • Whisk the 8 eggs in a small bowl and scramble in a skillet on med-high heat. Add to the pizza, when done.
  • Spread the cheese on top.
  • Bake for an additional 15 minutes or until the crust is golden brown on the bottom.
  • When the breakfast pizza is finished, top with fresh sliced green onions, fresh pepper, and sea salt.



Calories: 753kcalCarbohydrates: 16gProtein: 48gFat: 54gSaturated Fat: 21gTrans Fat: 1gCholesterol: 977mgSodium: 1114mgPotassium: 569mgFiber: 1gSugar: 5gVitamin A: 1798IUVitamin C: 3mgCalcium: 379mgIron: 6mg

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4 thoughts on “Sausage Gravy Breakfast Pizza”

  1. 5 stars
    Breakfast pizza isn’t hard, but it’s nice when someone makes it even easier. Delicious, simple recipe. My kids love it.

  2. I learned how to make this at school in home ech (spelling?) but forgot the reciepe i didn’t want to take the home economics in school but it was the last class open and as a girl i was put in it instead of computers.
    This is the only thing i remember how to make and was delicious! My husband loves pizza and eggs (but has never had them together in a breakfast pizza and cross my fingers he will love this! I’ll make it for my husband this week and hopefully he loves it but if not more for me!. thank you for posting this as i will be making it this week :)

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