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Domino's Tests Out New Breakfast Pizza

Would You Eat Breakfast Pizza From a National Chain?

Turns out even pizza joints want a slice of the fast food breakfast pie. Nation's Restaurant News reports that a Domino's Pizza franchise in Dayton, OH, is testing out a breakfast pizza. The pie, which starts at $7.99 for a basic egg-and-cheese topping, is just part of a complete morning menu that includes coffee and orange juice. Although it's not on any other Domino's menus, a spokesperson for the company did confirm that it'll "be watching the store closely to see if it's something we can expand to other stores." I think the idea of breakfast pizza has the potential to catch on at more than one national pizza chain. What about you?

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bsanf3 bsanf3 7 years
I would try someone else before Domino's version
Spectra Spectra 7 years
Ugh, that looks disgusting. I don't eat foods like that for breakfast, plus I don't love pizza. I will definitely pass on that one.
snarkypants snarkypants 7 years
not a big breakfast person, so i'd pass. but i could see the appeal.
leeluvfashion leeluvfashion 7 years
Definitely a No from me. 1) I prefer to start my day off eating food that will start my body's day on the right note: oatmeal sans artificial flavor with 2 types of fruit mixed in; ezekiel bread with soy nut butter, fruit on the side; etc... 2) I would not eat this "breakfast" pizza morning, noon or night; it is disgusting especially when all I can imagine is the poor little chick that died to be put on slab of crap dough, slathered in grease. Not exactly what I would call "tasty." :oy:
SeptemberLights SeptemberLights 7 years
YES! I love a good breakfast pizza, fried egg, thinly sliced yukon golds, bacon and cheese.... NO...I do not want to try dominos version!!
WarEagleNurse WarEagleNurse 7 years
katieb82981 katieb82981 7 years
One of my high school best friend's parents owned a number of Pizza Huts, and, if we brought in our own eggs, the staff would make us breakfast pizzas on the weekends. They were really tasty! We had a thin crust with eggs and veggies.
lauren lauren 7 years
I wouldn't eat this one! But I do love the one they make at Berkeley bowl! Fried eggs, bacon, fontina cheese and spinach, delicious!!!
atomicspin atomicspin 7 years
Why not just serve regular pizza but cold, then deliver it? Nothing quite like cold pizza the next morning. I think I'm on to something here....
partysugar partysugar 7 years
I like really good gourmet breakfast pizzas with fried eggs on top. I'm not interested in a fast food version.
bluebellknoll bluebellknoll 7 years
I think breakfast burittos are disgusting so I probably wouldn't like this either.
courtneyd courtneyd 7 years
Wow. That looks awful. I love egg on my pizza (not scrambled), but this is just gross!
Vampyre Vampyre 7 years
We already have that in Australia, but they don't call it a breakfast pizza. They call it The Aussie. It is actually quite nice and fairly popular.
amber512 amber512 7 years
It looks way more greasy than regular pizza! But to be fair I also said no because I hate typical breakfast foods.
zeze zeze 7 years
There is a bakery by my house that makes these, its way smaller than a pizza (the size of a small maybe, feeds 2-4) and its filled with veggies, some have ground beef/sausage and eggs and they put them in these really nice clay and brick ovens, it's actually delicious and very healthy and easy to grab on the go. The sell for $4 which is pretty cheap when you compare that a 1 bagel and cream cheese is about $3.50 at Einsteins.
Happsmjc Happsmjc 7 years
A local pizza chain by my old office had breakfast pizza, I think only at that location because of all the offices, and it was my favorite thing ever. Instead of getting a cake for my birthday they got me breakfast pizza.
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