Quick & Easy Healthy Veggie Pizza
Sometimes the easiest recipes are the tastiest! This healthy veggie pizza is both easy and tasty….and quick to throw together, too!
I love quick and easy cooking.
I think we probably all do! And some really tasty things can be done quickly and easily.
Like this Healthy Veggie Pizza I’m getting ready to share with you all today.
It’s a favorite around here and the ingredient options are endless.
Really…endless. Use whatever you love.
I started with these simple ingredients…
You can use any type of tortilla you like, gluten free, etc.
I used these whole grain ones from Trader Joe’s.
The mozzarella is also from Trader Joe’s and is made from cows not treated with hormones.
Because of my cancer history, I try to stay away from anything with hormones.
Plus, I think it’s best if everyone did the same and steered clear of hormone laden foods.
There’s just so many reasons why you should.
As I’ve mentioned before, I also don’t eat a lot of dairy or wheat. But on occasion I do still eat both.
Like today and with this pizza. :)
You can sub with a non dairy cheese. Trader Joe’s has a shredded mozzarella that is really good. (made with Almonds)
Another thing… I also try to buy food items in glass jars instead of cans. Most cans are lined with BPA (Bisphenol A) or some other such chemical that I really have no desire leaching into my foods (and subsequently into mine or my family’s bodies).
BUT again, it’s hard. I do my best whenever and wherever I can.
If you haven’t heard of BPA, I talked about it and you can read more about it, here in my Quinoa Black Bean Dip post.
Like this sauce I always buy…in a jar. I love this stuff. (no affiliation what so ever!)
And by the way, tomatoes, tomato juice and sauces are very acidic and will leach much more of those chemicals into your foods from the cans.
So at least try to avoid those in cans, if at all possible.
There’s your healthy tip of the day! ;)
Do you see that list of ingredients? That’s the type of ingredient label I like to see on the products I buy.
Short and sweet and I know what every single item is!
Some of those labels, well, it can be overwhelming the amount of things they put in some of our foods.
I had this sauce leftover from another meal so this healthy veggie pizza is the perfect way to use it up.
I adore my baking stone. I use it for just about everything, even cookies. (the one I linked it similar to mine, but mine is a Pampered Chef)
As you can see, it has been well loved and used. ;)
I didn’t toast my tortilla beforehand so it will be “soft-ish” when done.
If you would like it crunchier, be sure to toast it in the oven for about ten minutes before you layer your ingredients to bake.
Next, layer the garlic, cheese (whichever you like) and toppings (again, whichever you like).
I used chopped fresh mushrooms, sliced green peppers, artichoke hearts, sliced hearts of palm and a sprinkle of Parmesan and seasonings.
Bake at 350 until slightly golden on top. You can broil for a few minutes at the end, if you like.
Then remove this yummy healthy veggie pizza from the oven and enjoy.
It’s so fresh and healthy tasting. One of my favorite meals.
The mix of flavors on this one is fabulous!
Slice and enjoy.
Like I mentioned, you can use anything. I will also sometimes use baby spinach leaves, fresh tomatoes, feta cheese, etc, etc.
The possibilities truly are endless.
PIN it to save it!
- 1 large round tortilla
- Fresh Mozzarella sliced
- 1-2 Tbsp Tomato sauce I used a Fresh Tomato & Basil prepared sauce
- 1/4 of a sliced green pepper
- 1/2 cup chopped mushrooms
- 1 large clove of garlic pressed
- 4-5 small artichoke hearts cut in half
- 1 - 4 inch stalk heart of palm sliced
- 1 Tbsp Parmesan cheese
- Seasonings such as Basil, Salt, Italian, etc
Lay tortilla on baking pan or stone.
Spread tomato sauce over top.
Sprinkle pressed garlic over sauce along with seasonings.
Layer fresh mozzarella slices, then mushrooms, green pepper, artichoke hearts and hearts of palm.
Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese.
Bake at 350 until golden, approx 15 minutes.
For a crunchier crust, toast the tortilla in the oven for about ten minutes before layering ingredients.
You can use anything from baby spinach, feta cheese, broccoli, etc.
You can broil for a few minutes at the very end for a crunchier topping.
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Sounds yummy! Katie and I make these for a quick dinner occasionally. But we haven’t had them for a while now…. looks like it might be time.
I never thought of toasting the shell first though…. will have to try that. Does the pizza stone make it crunchy on the bottom? Apparently, I need one of those also! :) xo
This is so easy, aren’t they?!! The stone really doesn’t make it crispier but toasting it beforehand does! Try that.
I do love my stone though! :)
Great name for your food blog Nancy – no second guessing whose blog it is! So far the recipes you’ve posted look delicious. You will definitely be one of my Go To Sources for recipes :) Congratulations on the new blog!
Thank you Marie! :) And nope! No question it’s me!
I just hope I can keep up with both! ;) Time will tell!
Love this… do you think it would work using a multi-grain flatbread, instead of the tortilla? Or do you think it would get soggy? (I would only have to count the cheese and flatbread for WW!)
It’s so yummy! Yep, I think it would be okay with that. Both can tend to get soggy (or not) depending on some of the ingredients you use. One way to combat that is to bake it without any of the toppings for a few minutes first. Get it a little crispy and then add the toppings, cheese first, for even more help in keeping it from getting soggy. :) I love making these for a quick snack or dinner with just about any veggie I have on hand! ;) xo
Looks so good! Max and I love pizza like this. I just printed it for us!
I’ve never thought about using a tortilla for a pizza crust. What a great idea! We love a veggie pizza and I’m sure to try your version very soon.
Oh my goodness, this looks delicious. I love how every little space of this pizza is packed with goodness!
Wao! That’s look so delicious. Full of ingredients in very small space.