Mama Cozzi’s Biscuit Crust Sausage and Cheese Breakfast Pizza

Depending on your tastes, you may or may not think pizza is something to eat for breakfast. (Some nutritionists think it’s not the worst idea.) Aldi has taken a stab at some interesting breakfast foods before, including a refrigerated take-and-bake breakfast pizza.

This pizza, the Mama Cozzi’s Biscuit Crust Sausage Cheese Breakfast Pizza, isn’t take-and-bake. It’s a frozen pizza, available in the Special Buy (ALDI Find) section of the store. At the time of this post, the 12″ pizza ran $3.99.

As the name suggests, the pizza uses a biscuit crust. It’s topped with sausage, along with a combination of mozzarella and cheddar cheeses. Instead of tomato sauce, this pizza uses country gravy.

Cooking instructions are the usual. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees, keeping the pizza frozen while preheating. Place the frozen pizza directly on the middle rack. (We used a pizza crisper.) Bake pizza 22-25 minutes or until the cheese in the center is melted and the crust is golden.

The instructions also warn, obviously, not to eat the pizza before baking, and to make sure the pizza reaches an internal temperature of 165 degrees before eating.

Cooking instructions. (Click to enlarge.)

The instructions also add one more suggestion: to top the pizza with scrambled eggs. We took the box up on the offer, whipping up some Goldhen Eggs to top our pie.

Mama Cozzi’s topped with Goldhen Eggs. (Click to enlarge.)

We were impressed. Despite being a frozen pizza, the various components all were solid, from the country gravy down to the sausage and cheese. Also, adding scrambled eggs is a small detail that should not be overlooked — the eggs add a nice additional layer to the taste and make this pizza really good. (It also adds a little more substance, as the pizza isn’t huge.)

A couple of warnings. One, this pizza isn’t a health food.

Mama Cozzis Breakfast Pizza.

The nutrition information. View at your own risk. (Click to enlarge.)

One slice of pizza — again, this is not a huge pizza — is good for 410 calories, 23 grams of fat, and 700 milligrams of sodium. Put another way, there is enough saturated fat in two servings of pizza to comprise 100% of the recommended amount. We cut the pizza into eight slices (the nutrition information is based on 1/5 of a pizza, but who cuts their pizza into five slices?) and each of us ate two, so, if you’re like us, expect your nutrition information to be a bit higher, as two slices is 1/4 of the pizza. Those two slices, incidentally, didn’t really fill us up, and that was with adding eggs. (None of those nutrition numbers, of course, include the eggs.)

The Verdict:

Mama Cozzi’s Biscuit Crust Sausage Cheese Breakfast Pizza is a good-tasting pizza, especially when topped with some scrambled eggs. It’s also really bad for you and, at 12 inches, isn’t very large, either. It’s a fun treat, but it’s also a strictly every-once-in-awhile food … which is probably why it’s good it’s only an ALDI Find.

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  1. Best Breakfast Pizza ever!! Hope my local in Statesville, NC will keep it in stock.

  2. We were really surprised at how good this is…agreed, not a health food but for a special Sunday breakfast with leftovers for later in the week (heated up in a covered fry pan on the stove top for about five minutes, low heat) makes it a good value for us. I’m just said I didn’t go the extra mile and add scrambled eggs. My husband added some sliced hard boiled egg this morning and was pleased.

  3. We modified this breakfast pizza and excellent! Diced ham, scrambled eggs, additional cheese, baked and drizzled HolLinda’s sauce over everything after removing from the oven. Not a lite breakfast brunch but definitely will make again.

  4. Loved this pizza !
    quick and easy to make.
    Great for a Sunday morning before church breakfast.
    I hope we get more of them in the store.

  5. If you don’t want to eat all the fat, you put paper towel over the whole pizza (when it’s taken out of the oven) and gently press the paper towel to soak some of the grease on top. Simple as that. Now the fat content of the pizza is less and it’s less greasy.

  6. They changed the crust and use less gravy. Still good, but it’s better the old way.

  7. As popular as this breakfast pizza is, why doesn’t Aldi carry it all the time?

  8. I bought them and loved them but can’t find them anymore. Will aldi be getting them back in stock

  9. Richard Owen Barnes

    Is there a way I can get it year round???

    • This is an Aldi Find, which means it’s only in stores for a short time. Each store gets one shipment, and after that sells out, it’s gone until whenever Aldi decides to bring it back.

      Aldi doesn’t offer online ordering for products not currently in stock at your local store, so unfortunately, if it’s not at your local Aldi, you’ll have to wait, or see if you can find a similar pizza at a different grocer.

  10. This is back in stores for a short time this week!

  11. This pizza is returning to Aldi the week of May 29th, 2024, while supplies last. It’s $4.99.

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