Bellatoria Sunday Brunch Sausage Scramble Pizza Review

Bellatoria Sunday Brunch Sausage Scramble Pizza

We’re huge fans of the Lotzza Motzza line of frozen pizzas. Lotzza Motzza is actually one of the Bernatello’s sub-brands, so we thought it might be interesting to check out some of their other offerings. Yes, we know Lotzza Motzza is almost certainly the cream of the Bernatello’s crop, but it doesn’t hurt to taste some other pizzas to see how they hold up.

Anyway, our search through the Bernatello’s family brought us to the Bellatoria line. And one of the pizzas we’re the most excited to try in this entire line is the Bellatoria Sunday Brunch Sausage Scramble Pizza. We haven’t been able to stop thinking about this pizza ever since we first stumbled upon it.

Today, we’re finally ripping open the box to see how this pizza stacks up against the competition.

Cooking this is simple. Preheat your oven to 400 degrees fahrenheit, then put the pizza on a baking sheet and pop it in for 9 to 13 minutes. That’s all there is to it. (If you want to read the instructions straight off the box, check out our package scans at the bottom of this review.)

Bellatoria Sunday Brunch Sausage Scramble Pizza

We should point out here that our pizza took a bit longer than the recommended time (closer to 18 minutes), so you’ll want to eyeball the pizza’s progress and make adjustments accordingly.

Now, very little about this pizza is all that pizza-ish. The crust, instead of a normal pizza crust, is a biscuit concoction that’s actually really interesting to bite into. It has a texture and a dryness that you don’t usually get with a pizza crust, and we really appreciate that.

The sauce is actually a white gravy, and that complements the biscuit quite well. It has a savory, creamy quality that we really enjoy. And then, of course, there are scrambled eggs as a topping. They get maybe just a little dry at the top, but otherwise they taste pretty decent.

The other topping is a breakfast-style sausage that’s honestly not that much different than a standard pizza sausage, though it does have a bit of extra zing to it. It’s not as good as, say, Lotzza Motzza sausage, but it’s actually really flavorful and tasty.

Then there’s a layer of mozzarella and cheddar, which is the most pizza-ish part of this whole pizza. It’s also a great finisher to this breakfast combo. All of this works surprisingly well, and while this is more breakfast than pizza, we don’t think that’s a bad thing at all.

Bellatoria Sunday Brunch Sausage Scramble Pizza

The box considers 1/3 of the pizza to be a serving size, which we think is a bit small. You’ll probably end up eating half of this sucker at least. But if you limit yourself to the recommended third, you’re looking at 370 calories (200 from fat) and 700 mg of sodium. That puts a full pizza at 1,110 calories (600 from fat) and 2,100 mg of sodium, and a half pizza at 555 calories (300 from fat) and 1,050 mg of sodium. No matter how you slice it (see what we did there?), this is no diet food.

The Bellatoria Sunday Brunch Sausage Scramble Pizza leans really hard into the breakfast side of the equation, and that makes this a delicious meal that wouldn’t feel out of place next to a cup of coffee and a flapjack. We really like this breakfast pizza, and we look forward to delving deeper into Bellatoria’s offerings, which we’re quite certain we’ll be doing in the near future.

To learn more about the nutrition content, ingredients, or cooking instructions for this frozen breakfast pizza, check out our package scans below.

Bellatoria Sunday Brunch Sausage Scramble Pizza
Bellatoria Sunday Brunch Sausage Scramble Pizza
Bellatoria Sunday Brunch Sausage Scramble Pizza