Peanut Butter, Jam, & Banana Breakfast Pizza


Good Mmm-orning!

Goodness gracious it is Wednesday already. Short week!

Behold, the breakfast pizza.


Do you ever think of a recipe idea and find yourself racing to the kitchen to make it as soon as possible?

That was me last night.

I was looking at my PB & J Glo Bites and Pumpkin Spiced Glo Bites recipes and the idea of making a breakfast pizza suddenly struck me. Not just any pizza though, a peanut butter, jam, and banana breakfast pizza!

If it worked, I knew I would have a fun recipe to share with you that would be delicious, kid-friendly, and fun to throw together on the weekend.

And who doesn’t love leftover pizza for a quick weekday breakfast now and then? ;)


Peanut Butter, Jam, & Banana Breakfast Pizza


  • 2 cups whole grain spelt flour
  • 1/2 cup Earth Balance buttery spread, warmed
  • 1/4 cup Sucanat (or brown sugar might work)
  • 1 large banana, sliced
  • 1/2 cup Almond Milk (adapted from 1/4 cup which was an error)
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • 1/4 tsp sea salt
  • 3/4 cup jam
  • 1/3-1/2 cup peanut butter
  • Cacao Nibs (optional)
  • Coconut, to garnish (optional)


Directions: Preheat oven to 400F. Grease a pie pan. In a large bowl mix together the spelt flour, salt, sucanat, and cinnamon. Now pour in milk and warmed Earth Balance. Mix. Take batter and spread evenly with fingers into the pie pan. Now grab your jam and spread over the crust mixture. Add sliced banana and optional cacao nibs. Pop into the oven for 25 minutes at 400F. Remove and cool for 15 minutes. Pipe on peanut butter, slice and serve. You can also chill it and serve it cold or try popping it in the freezer for a cold treat (just let it defrost for about 5 minutes first)!

Note: This pizza is very sweet! If you want to make a lighter pizza, you can experiment with using less jam and peanut butter. The amounts above are just a guideline.


First, make your protein-packed 100% whole grain spelt crust! The dough tastes like a healthy sugar cookie. :) Yummers.

Squish the dough all in there with your fingers. Don’t worry it doesn’t have to be perfect!


Now take your jam…you could have fun experimenting with different flavours of jam.


And spread it all around…(it helps if you let it sit at room temperature to soften!)


Cover with bananas and optional cacao nibs…or if you are feeling crazy, chocolate chips.


And bake at 400F for 25 minutes. Remove from oven and cool in pan for about 15 minutes.

Now place peanut butter in a baggie, trim a small hole in the corner, and ‘pipe’ onto the pie.


Oh yes.


This is magical.


Serve warm, chilled in the fridge, OR frozen like a DQ Treatzza Pizza!


I tried it hot, warm, chilled, and frozen and my favourite way to eat it was chilled straight from the fridge! Just like leftover pizza. :)


Have fun trying out different kinds of nut butters too. You could even make a nut-free version using sunflower seed butter. I really want to try this with Barney Butter but we don’t have it in Canada. It is probably for the best. The last time I had some Eric kept asking me if I wanted any toast with my Barney Butter. ;) Who needs toast when you have Barney Butter?

You could also try making a FRUIT pizza and loading it with all kinds of sliced fruit…how delicious would that be? I’m thinking mangoes, banana, pineapple, strawberries, blueberries, cherries, etc.


I also want to say a huge THANK YOU for your support with the Tastespotting Portabella Playoff Challenge! My Stuffed Pizza recipe took home gold. Thanks everyone! :)

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Jessica @ How Sweet September 8, 2010

Oh my dear… breakfast pizza! YUM!


Tracey @ I'm Not Superhuman September 8, 2010

This looks so good. I’ve made breakfast pizza before on a flat wrap, but never with a thick crust. Since I’m a big pb&j fan I think I’d love this.


Christine September 8, 2010

Pizza for breakfast?! Like college only miles better!

Congrats on the win!


Darci September 8, 2010

MMMM…the PB&J pizza looks AMAZING!!! Might have to try that out!! :)

I just got my degrees framed as well…only took 4 years since I rec’d it in the mail! ;)


Angela (Oh She Glows) September 8, 2010

haha same here…I’ve had my undergrad degree in the pouch for 4-5 yrs now and the grad degree for 2. ;)


Julie @SavvyEats September 8, 2010

You are so creative, dear. Love it!


VeggieGirl September 8, 2010

The EPITOME of “holy yum.”


Bella (Stilettos on the Streetcar) September 8, 2010



Emma September 8, 2010

That looks so yummy- I love how it even loooks like regular pizza- jam for the tomato sauce, pb for the cheesee..perhaps the banana can be the pepperoni :) Must try.
And yay for finishing with studying, lovely to have the certificates up.


Anna @ Newlywed, Newly Veg September 8, 2010

I don’t know how many times I can say this, but you are brilliant!! You should write a cookbook with all of your inventive breakfast ideas!!


Alison (Fueling for Fitness) September 8, 2010

I was so not expecting that to look like what it did…. there was major drooling on my end. You really are a creative, culinary genius. :)

ps. there’s a 5k race this weekend in Yorkville. The race organizers are claiming there may be celebrities around since TIFF is happening this weekend too. It’s supposed to be fast, flat, and a great course to set a PR – but it’s kind of pricey. Just thought I’d like you know in case you were interested! :)


Kath September 8, 2010

YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!! Brilliant pizza. Want to make this ASAP!!


Samantha @ Health, Happiness & Skinny Jeans September 8, 2010

What a great idea! I actually thought of pizza for breakfast the other day when I saw a pizza challenge on anotehr blog. I bet this one would win!


Megan September 8, 2010

Hey Angela! I’m just curious – how did you declare a focus in health, eating disorders, and nutrition? Was it an official focus or just courses that you took? Thanks!


Angela (Oh She Glows) September 8, 2010

It wasn’t an option to make it an official focus at that time, but I took electives in Health Psychology courses whenever possible and also focused some of my research in that area. I was a teaching assistant in Health Psychology and a RA.


Gillian Young September 8, 2010

Marry me?


Leanne @ Radiant, Balanced & Fit September 8, 2010

By “My Stuffed Pizza recipe took home gold” did you mean your stuffed mushroom recipe took home gold? I think you have pizza on the brain haha!!


Leanne @ Radiant, Balanced & Fit September 8, 2010

Oops! I see that you in fact did make a stuffed portabella pizza… my bad! I just thought you got so caught up in the fun pizza business this morning that you mistyped the name of your mushroom recipe! LOL!


Lindsay September 8, 2010

Yum!! Too bad I can’t keep nut butter in the house…haven’t mastered the self-control around them yet! :)


Tina September 8, 2010

You have officially outdone yourself with this one! I can already tell you that my little M will thank you for this one. :D And so will I!!!


Rhea (Greek Feaster) September 8, 2010



kristy @ September 8, 2010

Angela…wow. You come up with the best ideas! Another one of your creations for me to attempt! :)


Samantha Angela @ Bikini Birthday September 8, 2010

My Diploma is HUGE yous looks so small!


Amber from Girl with the Red Hair September 8, 2010

That is amazing and possibly one of the most delicious things I’ve ever seen!!!


Rachel (Two Healthy Plates) September 8, 2010

A fruity breakfast pizza? Love it!!!


Andrea September 8, 2010

You had me at peanut butter… now THIS is pizza I could eat for breakfast! :)


Kristie September 8, 2010

OMG. That looks completely incredible. Picture perfect. Genius. If I didn’t have overnight oats waiting in the fridge I’d be running to make that right now. Perhaps tomorrow…3 meal pizza day?! I fully support some form of pizza being eaten for every meal. :)


Nicole September 8, 2010

GAH! This looks so good and i’m at work and I can’t make it right this second. But now I am officially STARVING!!!! Wow, you’re a genius.


Naomi(onefitfoodie) September 8, 2010

AHH looks so delicious!!! I love how dense and buttery the crust looks!


Wei-Wei September 8, 2010

You have just revolutionised the word of breakfast. My deepest admiration to you, my dear.


Lily @ Lily's Health Pad September 8, 2010

Wow, you are full of great recipes lately. I love the looks of the healthy spelt crust! I tested your frosty glo cakes and raw date and seed cookies this weekend. Both successes!


Jaya September 8, 2010

Angela, you are so creative! I love that pizza idea! It is so darling!
I have yet to get degrees into frames. My lover and I have 5 (soon to be 6) between us, so it’s a matter of one whole wall! We each have 2 undergrads (poli sci then sociology/biochemistry then geology) and now I’m going to add my MA in Sociology to his MSc in Geology. But I think we’ve established that #7 (a PhD) is all up to me!


Maria @ Kale and Cupcakes September 8, 2010

LOVE the creative recipes you come up with!!! This breakfast pizza is on my list to make.


April @ Crazy Fabulous Life September 8, 2010

Awesome idea!


Alaina @ The Jogging Concierge September 8, 2010

Wow! Love the pizza idea! Who knew breakfast could be so fun! And congrats on the gold mushroom! :-)


Brittany September 8, 2010

Oh wow. This looks amazing. I love pizza straight from the fridge. :)


Hollie September 8, 2010

This is brilliant. My little boy will totally eat this (he loves vegan pizza). I’ll have to try it this weekend!


The Peanut Butter Addict September 8, 2010

Whoaa..I have to try this ASAP! I love new ways to eat PB :D Also, good idea with piping it on!


Katie @ Health for the Whole Self September 8, 2010

This looks beyond amazing. I love sweet breakfasts, and the whole pizza thing just puts it over the top! :)


Allison @ Food For Healing September 8, 2010

oh YUM, that is definitely a must try!


Ashlee September 8, 2010

Peanut Butter & Jelly is my favorite thing ever so I will definitely need to try this pizza out soon!! I am a newer reader to your blog but I love it!


Holly @ couchpotatoathlete September 8, 2010

Congrats on your mushroom win!

That pizza looks amazing. I will definitely need to make that! Maybe I’ll try adding more fruits — some strawberries and a sprinkle of nuts or something. Thanks for the idea!


Lisa @ I'm an Okie September 8, 2010

WOW–that does look great! thats the way to start the day!


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