Shakshuka-ish Pizza

I feel like I'm going to have to make this an all-pizza blog soon if I keep up with all these pizza recipes. But Kyle LOVES pizza, and you won't eat healthy if you can't find healthy versions of the things you love. I love middle eastern food, so I made a pizza that is the best of both worlds for us. I took the basic idea of Shakshuka and jazzed it up. 

I started out by making the standard Shakshuka with tomato sauce, spiced it up with Moroccan spices, grass-fed butter and then put a spin on it by adding ground beef. Then went back to a traditional Shakshuka with poached eggs placed over the sauce. Once that was all ready, I scooped it onto pizza crust. It was fantastic! 

Here's the full recipe:

You can make the Pizza Crust here.


1 q

Canned Tomatoes with liquid (Can also use large can of whole tomatoes. Break them apart as they cook)

1 cn

Tomato paste

5 T

grass-fed butter

Basil Leaves

2 T

Moroccan Spice Mix

1 t

Garlic powder

1 t

Onion powder

Organic Eggs

1 c

Shredded Mozzarella Cheese


Jalapeños (More or less depending on your taste)


Banana Peppers (More or less depending on your taste)

1⁄2 lb

Ground Beef (Can also use ground bison)


Chili Powder


  1. Mix tomatoes, moroccan spices, garlic and onion powder and butter to pan bringing it to a boil. 
  2. In a second pan, brown ground beef with chili powder. 
  3. Add ground beef to boiling tomato mixture. 
  4. Slice basil into strips and set aside.
  5. Add jalapenos and banana peppers to tomato sauce mixture. 
  6. After 10 minute, add tomato paste to thicken sauce. 
  7. Once sauce is thickening up, crack 5 eggs over top of the sauce and place lid over mixture. 
  8. Once the clear eggs whites have begun to turn white, remove from heat. 
  9. Scoop each egg onto pizza crust. 
  10. Spread the remaining tomato sauce mixture onto pizza. 
  11. Sprinkle cheese over pizza
  12. Place basil strips over pizza
  13. Bake at 350 until cheese is completely melted.