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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1 Jessica @ How Sweet September 8, 2010

Oh my dear… breakfast pizza! YUM!


2 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.


3 Christine September 8, 2010

Pizza for breakfast?! Like college only miles better!

Congrats on the win!


4 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! ;)


5 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. ;)


6 Julie @SavvyEats September 8, 2010

You are so creative, dear. Love it!


7 VeggieGirl September 8, 2010

The EPITOME of “holy yum.”


8 Bella (Stilettos on the Streetcar) September 8, 2010



9 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.


10 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!!


11 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! :)


12 Kath September 8, 2010

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


13 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!


14 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!


15 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.


16 Gillian Young September 8, 2010

Marry me?


17 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!!


18 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!


19 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! :)


20 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!!!


21 Rhea (Greek Feaster) September 8, 2010



22 kristy @ September 8, 2010

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


23 Samantha Angela @ Bikini Birthday September 8, 2010

My Diploma is HUGE yous looks so small!


24 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!!!


25 Rachel (Two Healthy Plates) September 8, 2010

A fruity breakfast pizza? Love it!!!


26 Andrea September 8, 2010

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


27 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. :)


28 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.


29 Naomi(onefitfoodie) September 8, 2010

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


30 Wei-Wei September 8, 2010

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


31 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!


32 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!


33 Maria @ Kale and Cupcakes September 8, 2010

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


34 April @ Crazy Fabulous Life September 8, 2010

Awesome idea!


35 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! :-)


36 Brittany September 8, 2010

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


37 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!


38 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!


39 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! :)


40 Allison @ Food For Healing September 8, 2010

oh YUM, that is definitely a must try!


41 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!


42 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!


43 Lisa @ I'm an Okie September 8, 2010

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


44 Marie September 8, 2010



45 Angela @ Eat Spin Run Repeat September 8, 2010

OMG that looks soooo good! Makes me want to have breakfast all over again this morning! :)


46 Shannon, Tropical Eats September 8, 2010

YOU ARE A GENIUS. must. have. bfast pizza. now. :)


47 Jen September 8, 2010

I just did the same thing this morning but with pita bread and honey. Have you tried honey, PB and banana? MmmMMmmMMmmm


48 Valerie @ City|Life|Eats September 8, 2010

fun! i could totally see kids loving this too!!


49 Liza (Health Nutting) September 8, 2010

So creative always! :) Looks scrumptious!


50 Shanna, Like Banana September 8, 2010

Heavenly lookin’ pizza! That would be a big hit at a brunch :)


51 Cherie September 8, 2010

Angela, I’m currently working on a graduate degree in Human Services with a focus in health and wellness. I’m still trying to decide what to do with it and am inspired by all that you’ve been doing since receiving your degrees. I love your blog and your great recipes!


52 Chelsea September 8, 2010

Oh my gosh, looks great! Best combo of flavours!

I just want to make sure, for the Earth Balance, you do mean the buttery spread and not the baking sticks right?


53 Heather (Heather's Dish) September 8, 2010

you are a breakfast genius. i need this in my life!


54 Tiffany September 8, 2010

Nice! I had totally thought of this idea before. I love PB and Bananas. What could be better? I am going to share this idea with others.


55 [email protected]:// September 8, 2010

That is so pretty and really tasty. Perfect for a quick breakfast or to serve to overnight guests.


56 Kristina @ spabettie September 8, 2010

this looks awesome. NOM, if you will… ;)

I cannot locate my degree either. Jason’s is the one I want to frame – it’s really funny, there was someone with the same name at his university, and the diplomas were switched. Jason’s says he has a dentistry degree. HA ! I really want him to frame it and take it to his office at work. HIlar!


57 Kelsey @ CleanTeenKelsey September 8, 2010

Oh goodness, that sounds incredible! Want. To. Make. :)


58 Alexa @ The Girl In Chucks September 8, 2010

Genius! I’ve never tried a sweet breakfast pizza…egg pizza, sure. Bacon. Other savory items…but PB+J and Bananas? Brilliant. I am so going to try that soon…


59 Laura September 8, 2010

Oh my lord. I am freaking out over this. I’m utterly speechless!!!


60 Camille September 8, 2010

Oh my gosh! This looks glorious!
I wish I hadn’t already eaten breakfast today…


61 Claire September 8, 2010

Wow breakfast pizza, that sounds GRREEEEAAATTT!
I was feeling the PB&J this morning too ;)
come check out my blog if ever you’Re looking for something new, I just started it!


62 Tay September 8, 2010

For some reason, as I was reading this in google reader, I thought I was reading Caitlin’s (HTP) blog. Don’t ask me why I thought I had clicked on her name. Anyways, I was scrolling down and thought to myself “Dang – this looks JUST like an OSG recipe!! Definitely something Angela would dream up.” Oh wait – DUH. My mistake – it was your recipe! ;-)


63 [email protected] September 8, 2010

Super cute! Looks delish :-)


64 Michelle @ Turning Over a New Leaf September 8, 2010

WOW! That breakfast pizza looks amazing! One of my favorite things is a sugar cookie cake covered in whipped cream and fruit, and this is pretty close to that!


65 Courtney @ Bread & Bokeh September 8, 2010

Wow! Yum!!! Pizza for breakfast? I’m sold!


66 Emily September 8, 2010

This breakfast pizza looks amazing; a whole meal in one delicious slice:) I am thinking about trading in my WH flour for spelt flour; you make it seem like such a better option!


67 Ashley September 8, 2010

Whoa whoa whoa.. Yummmmmmmm :)


68 Jamie September 8, 2010

Looks sooooo yummy :O)
Recently found your website and am loving all of your creative ideas.
Thanks for sharing!


69 Jamie September 8, 2010

Looks sooooo yummy :O)
Recently found your website and am loving all of your creative ideas.
Thanks for sharing!


70 Ashley Craft September 8, 2010

OH. MY. GOODNESSS. That is all I can say. You’ve done it again Angela! What a yummy-looking creation!! :)


71 Wendy @ Seriously Sassy September 8, 2010

Woah. SO making this. But probably for dinner. :-D


72 Jessica @ The Process of Healing September 8, 2010

Oh wow… that is quite possibly the best idea oh.. EVER!


73 Michelle @ Give Me the Almond Butter September 8, 2010

No way! That breakfast pizza looks awesome. I can’t wait when I graduate and I can hang my Bachelors of Architecture and Masters of Interior Architecture.


74 Fallon September 8, 2010

I love the idea of this breakfast pizza! Looks great.


75 Marnie September 8, 2010

Totally offtopic, but…I recognized your wedding dress on a link on today! It links to your wedding page…so maybe you’ll be getting some new bride-to-be readers!


76 [email protected] September 8, 2010

Oh my god.. you are a genius. This looks and sounds heavenly.


77 denise September 8, 2010

Looks so yummy! Will have to try it out on my five kids. Rare to find something they all like, but I think this might just be it! You wouldn’t happen to know a calorie count for one slice would you. That might keep me from eating the whole thing!


78 Chelsea @ Strawberry Sweat September 8, 2010

OMG. I am SO making this over the weekend! I know my boyfriend (who says he hates anything healthy) would fall in love with it. Thanks for another great recipe Angela!


79 Erika @ Health and Happiness in LA September 8, 2010

OMG that is off the chain incredible!


80 [email protected] ReshapeYourLife September 8, 2010

Breakfast pizza sounds incredible!! My aunt made a fruit “pizza” once for a dessert (with fruit dip and strawberries on graham cracker crust I believe) but I never thought for breakfast!

I’m definitely going to put this on my list of things to make!


81 Morgan @ Life After Bagels September 8, 2010

Do you want a really cheesy story, okay here it comes . . .

Brad and I met at college so we have our diplomas hanging together in our office above the computer (I got honours, he didn’t bahahaha)

and a non cheesy comment – LOVE PC organic jam, I go for raspberry


82 Chelsea @ One Healthy Munchkin September 8, 2010

Oh my gosh, YES! This looks amazing!


83 Lisa September 8, 2010

What a crazy creation!! I bet it’s awesome!


84 Michelle September 8, 2010

I’ve made something similar with fruit….raspberries and kiwi are DELICIOUS on it!! :)


85 Heather September 8, 2010

your breakfast pizza looks amazing! we have yet t frame all our degrees. one day lol!


86 Violetta Dima September 8, 2010

OMG that looks phenominal! I am officially making it tonight to have for breakfast tomorrow. Also congrats on winning the mushroom challange. You rocked it!!!!


87 Kate September 8, 2010

This looks delicious! I may try this using a brown rice & sorghum flour crust.


88 Amber K September 8, 2010

I am a huge fan of PB & jam. Soo good! And I have to agree about the Barney Butter!

Excuse me while I go wipe up the drool that resulted from this blog post. ;)


89 Ali September 8, 2010

Oh my, this might be the best recipe ever. Really, ever. I can’t wait to make it!

Do you think the Sucanat or sugar is really necessary in the crust given how sweet and fabulous the toppings are?


90 Kelly September 8, 2010

All I can remember from this post is that darn breakfast pizza. YUMMY!!! I can’t wait for another long weekend to try it. I bet DH will love it. Oh the possibilities….


91 chelseY September 8, 2010

Quite possibly the BEST thing I have seen in quite some time. Perfect!!!!


92 Ali September 8, 2010

Your food always looks SO delicious! I just discovered your site and have been having so much fun exploring it! I have been in a major food rut and I feel like my passion for cooking and eating delicious whole food has been reawakened…THANK YOU!!! :o)


93 Tracey September 8, 2010

Oh my….I’ve always made peanut butter, jelly, and banana sandwiches, but never thought of making a pizza! Such a great idea and looks delicious :)


94 Tamara September 8, 2010

You caught me. I totally spaced out after socio psycho something something and scrolled down to the pretty pictures.

If I don’t have Earth Balance and want to substitute canola oil, how much should I use?


95 Angela (Oh She Glows) September 8, 2010

I would add a few tablespoons at a time and mix as you go and then stop adding the oil when it comes together into a dough and isnt too crumbly.


96 Caitlin (EatFeats) September 8, 2010

OMG THIS LOOKS SO GOOD! I once made a smore (graham cracker, marshmallow, chocolate, peanut butter) pizza and it was divine. Must make this breakfast.


97 MoniMeals September 8, 2010

Holllly Smokes! Now that is my type of breakfast Angela! Can we get a WHAT WHAT! :)
Congrats on the Muschroom Challenge (no surprise, we knew you would win!)


98 jamie @ jamelafamela September 8, 2010

Well- this looks amazing. i am making this for sure, and very very soon! Thanks again Angela!


99 Samantha Robertson September 8, 2010

That looks SO good! My Mumm makes a fruit pizza. The crust is like a sugar cookie dough. After it bakes, she layers on a cream cheese mixture (I believe it’s sugar blended with cream cheese). Then she slices strawberries, bananas, kiwis, and layers them on top, along with some blueberries. SOOOO good!


100 MaryBe September 8, 2010

First of all, congrats on the degree and being the Mistress of Mushrooms!
OMG on that pizza! I am making that RIGHT NOW! It looks beyond amazing


101 Angela (Oh She Glows) September 8, 2010



102 Lauren @ Running on Sugar September 8, 2010


I’m even thinking nutella & bananas. :o)


103 erica September 8, 2010

omg. i’ve died and gone to breakfast heaven!!!!


104 carri z. September 8, 2010

peanut butter
= the most passionate
comments EVER ; )

i will print these pics
and paste them on my face.
i mean WALL!

and then make this!

thank you ; )


105 tia September 8, 2010

Holy Cow. That looks all kinds of yum!


106 Leah @ Why Deprive? September 8, 2010

Oh my goodness!! This looks awesome. I love the idea of freezing it too. Its like dessert for breakfast, and really, theres nothing better than that!


107 JL Goes Vegan September 8, 2010

You had me with the blog post title! Pizza for breakfast, YES!


108 ida September 8, 2010

I’ve heard of dessert pizza, but breakfast pizza is brilliant! I have a brunch pot-luck this weekend and now I know what to bring.


109 Cailin @ Stir Crazy September 8, 2010

Drool…. loving this! Just another excuse to eat some PB :) Not that I ever need an excuse!


110 Katherine @ Left Coast Contessa September 8, 2010

Yum pizza for breakfast!! I know what you mean about degrees. I feel that way about my undergrad degree in psych but I really cannot wait to get my law degree. Blood, sweat and tears really went into that one!


111 Ashley M. [at] (never home)maker September 8, 2010

I love this idea. Too bad I eat my PB&J (with sliced apples) wrap every day for lunch. Maybe one weekend I’ll have to give it a try!


112 Viviane September 8, 2010

Oh my goodness… you’ve done it again Angela, genius recipe! I can even see this served as a fun dessert when friends come over.

Now I’m wondering where my diploma is… throughout office and house moves, it could be anywhere! Glad to know that there is a possibility to order a new one, just in case!


113 Natasha September 8, 2010

OMG! Your breakfast pizza looks amazing!!! I am running off to pick up the ingredients immediately after work:)


114 Karrie September 8, 2010

OMG – I am going to have to try this with Barney Butter, you should get a friend to send you some in Canada, it is too good to live without!!


115 Mary @ Bites and Bliss September 8, 2010

I saw this on Diner, Drive-Ins, and Dives before!! They were doing the pizza joint, obviously, and one of their main hits was the PB & J pizza. A lot of people thought it’d be gross, but can you go wrong? Yum!


116 [email protected] Bean to Runner Bean September 8, 2010

Heh heh your such a creative little chicka!


117 bitt September 8, 2010

this looks amazing and gorgeous. i love your pictures.

you’ve been busy in the kitchen lately!


118 Emmanuelle September 8, 2010

Wow, another Oh-dear-I-have-to-make-this recipe, this looks gorgeous!


119 PrettyGreenTea September 8, 2010

Oh my, I will have to try this !


120 Charlie September 8, 2010

This looks incredible. And it is actually a perfect breakfast on the go!!


121 Bess @ Bess Be Fit September 8, 2010

that pizza looks like the most delicious thing I have ever seen. I must try this soon! God Bless your brain for coming up with it :)


122 Heidi September 8, 2010

DELISH!!! I am making it tonight so it will be perfect for a grab and go in the morning!!! Cant wait!! Love your site and congrats!!!


123 Brenda September 8, 2010

Hi! I’m not much of a baker so I have a silly question that I hope you’ll answer for me. When you say that I can substitute a mix of whole wheat and white flour, what would the ratio be? 1 cup of each? Or more of one than the other? This pizza looks delish and I really want to try it but I don’t have spelt flour. Thanks!


124 Angela (Oh She Glows) September 8, 2010

You could probably do a ratio of 50/50….heck even 100% whole wheat might work too!
You might need 2-4 tbsp LESS of white/wheat flour because spelt often requires a bit 2 tbsp more per cup.


125 Lynn @ The Next Chapter September 8, 2010

Sweet breakfast pizza, that is genius!! :)


126 Susie September 8, 2010

loving your recipes!


127 Samantha Cernock September 8, 2010

Holy Moly!!! That looks like one of the best breakfasts’ EVER!!! I can’t wait to try it.


128 Danielle September 8, 2010

I just bought Sucanat today – you’ve inspired me with your recipes!


129 Laura September 8, 2010

holy cow, I must make this!


130 Pure2raw twins September 8, 2010

YUM! This looks great…I love thinking of new recipes and looking forward to making them ; ) We made a almond maple butter fig flatbread the other weekend…one recipe I could not want to make nor eat!


131 Leah September 8, 2010

That pizza looks great! I think the kids would love it for breakfast… Maybe if I get up early I could whip it up! Or even better program my oven to turn on in the morning….

I’ve made pb&j pizza before but always with a pizza crust. This crust looks so much better!


132 Amanda September 9, 2010

OMG! That looks sooooo good!!! I fear I cannot make it…. I would eat the whole thing. *drool.


133 Heidi - Apples Under My Bed September 9, 2010

This is genius!! Love it! v creative :) I love it when ideas come to you like that!
Heidi xo


134 Halley (Blunder Construction) September 9, 2010

OH ANGELA! UNREAL! Wouldn’t this be perfect for a slumber party? If only we could rewind…+


135 Christabel September 9, 2010

I made the breakfast pizza this morning and it was DELICIOUS. I can’t have spelt so I used 50/50 brown/white rice flour and added a couple tablespoons of ground flax. I also used apricot preserves. It turned out so yummy!



136 Kristen September 9, 2010

This is another thing that I plan on saving and making eventually. It looks great.


137 rebecca September 13, 2010

i read this this morning and it is all i have thought about since, looks so good, going to go buy what i need after work and make it this evening, hope it turns out as nice as yours looks!


138 Erica April 24, 2012

Hello. I would love to know how many servings this makes. I’m having a Big and lil Chef class and I’m using this recipe to show to families that our looking for fun, healthy alternatives :P


139 melissa April 25, 2012

yum yum yum.

how many calories is this?


140 Andrea Rodgers April 3, 2013

Thought you might enjoy this kid friendly recipe;)


141 Lauren @ Healthy You September 4, 2013

** yoink ** – think i’ll be stealing this to try the weekend! It looks delicious :)


142 Wanda September 4, 2013

Yuck! This looks absolutely disgusting. Okay, I have to disclose that I’m European and this peanut butter/jam thing just grosses me out. I love some of your other recipes. I currently have the lentil loaf in the oven.


143 kayte November 4, 2013

i am going to try this recipe… but i’m skipping the jam and using apple butter… i’m already drooling. (we eat pb & ab w banana on toast and pancakes already… so sure to be a hit.) i never tried this spelt stuff….


144 Danielle @ It's A Harleyyy Life January 16, 2014

How many servings is this?


145 Kathleen Campbell March 31, 2014

This was perhaps the most delicious breakfast I’ve ever had. I love PB&J, so naturally when I saw this I knew I had to make it. The crust was awesome! And while it was REALLY rich and sweet, I knew it was pretty good for me too! We often have two pieces of toast with PJ & J for breakfast, so this was a much yummier version of that. We cut it in fourth and each had a slice, and then split another before regretfully putting the last slice in the fridge for the next morning. So full…but so good!


146 Ashley February 18, 2015

Hi, is there anyway you could post the nutritional information for the breakfast pizza?


147 September 24, 2015

This is a really good tip particularly to those fresh to the blogosphere.
Brief but very accurate info… Thanks for sharing this one.
A must read post!


148 Jhamya January 13, 2016

OML that is yummy


149 Jhamya @this yummy goodness January 13, 2016

GOODNESS this is very yummy


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