A part of me feels silly writing a ‘recipe’ on how to add egg to your frozen pizza but it was heavily requested on my Instagram.
Last night was my holiday work party and I woke up hungover with a craving for carbs. If you didn’t know, I work full-time as an accountant and food blogging is my side gig. The party this year was hosted at the Godfrey, from 7 to midnight the drinks were nonstop. Afterward, I met up with a friend. I suggested we have long island iced teas (by this time I was already drunk) and the night was a beautiful disaster from there.
Fast forward to this morning with my makeup on from last night taking way too long to make a decision on what pizza to get while at Whole Foods. Thankfully, I was able to make a decision. The pizzas shown are the personal sized thin crust Mediterranean and Supreme. I enjoyed the Mediterranean the most and will pass on the Supreme next time. Yes, I know the egg in the Mediterranean pizza broke, but I decided to keep it because sh*t happens.
How to Add an Egg to Frozen Pizza
Adding an egg to your frozen pizza is simple.
- 1 Mediterranean Thin Crust Pizza
Remove frozen pizza from the packaging and follow the instructions.
During the final 5-8 minutes of baking time, remove the pizza from the oven. Crack the egg in the center.
Place the pizza back into the oven. Bak for 5-8 minutes.
Note: At 400 degree it takes 8 minutes for the whites to set.