Vegetable Pizza

This is a recipe I’ve made for years and I love it.  The hubs will not eat this, so lucky for me I get more of it!   It’s great as an appetizer for parties or get-togethers but, you can also have it as a main dish.

The vegetables you add are totally to your liking.  Add peppers or mushrooms if you’d like.  This is just the way I make it and I find most people like it this way.

It’s an easy, quick recipe that is great for weeknights when you have very little time, especially if you cut your veggies on the weekend.  It’s also pretty healthy.  I make this over and over in the summer, the entire pizza will last me all week.  No cooking for a week?  Yay! That’s what I like to hear, at least in the summertime.  I’d rather be outside in the garden or the pool than inside cooking.

Vegetable Pizza

2 tubes (8 oz. each) refrigerated crescent rolls
1 (15.5 oz.) container of Marzetti’s Dill Veggie Dip
2 t. horseradish
2 1/2 c. broccoli florets
2 1/2 c. cauliflower florets
1 bunch of green onions, thinly sliced
1/2 c. red onion, diced
3 large roma tomatoes, seeded and chopped
1 small can sliced black olives, drained and rough chopped
2 1/2 c. finely shredded sharp cheddar cheese

Unroll two tubes of crescent dough and press into an ungreased 15 x 10 baking sheet; seal seams and perforations.  Bake at 375 degrees for 8-10 minutes or until golden brown.  Cool completely on a wire rack.
Veggie pizza

While that is cooling mix the 2 t. horseradish with the dill dip.  Once the crescent dough has cooled, spread the dill dip over the entire crust.
Veggie pizza

Next add your veggies and olives.
Veggie pizza

Lastly sprinkle on the cheese.
Veggie pizza

Cover and refrigerate for at least one hour.  Cut into squares. Refrigerate leftovers if there are any.
Veggie pizza

Yield: 18 slices

Have a great week y’all!  I hope you’re enjoying the nice weather 🙂

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About Suzie

My name is Suzie. I'm married and have a son in the Army. I enjoy cooking, country life, reading and my animals, hence the name of this blog. My two German Shepherds are underfoot anytime I'm cooking ;) Oh, I'm also addicted to Food Network Channel.
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34 Responses to Vegetable Pizza

  1. The hubby won’t eat that pizza? It looks delicious!! More for you!!

  2. Sam says:

    My mom makes something super similar to this, except it has cream cheese mixed with ranch powder as the “sauce”. Also she never puts olives on it, now I’m going to have to make it your way because olives are basically my favorite thing ever…ha!

  3. Such a staple for potlucks! I love that you added horseradish. 😉

  4. Who needs meat when a veggie pizza looks so GOOD and delicious!?? Thumbs up for you, Suzie.

  5. You know what is wrong about this pizza???
    i’m affraid i cand portioning or even share the whole pizza…hahaha

  6. Veronica says:

    Love this one so much! Need to make it again SOON! Love your pics–all the colors are so pretty.

  7. biz319 says:

    I like your version better – the one I tried growing up had thick cream cheese and it kind of took over the whole thing. Love it! 😀

  8. Vege pizzas seem to be in vogue, this is the third post I am readingabout them 😉
    Delicious job!

    Cheers
    CCU

  9. We are italian, but your pizza is really inviting!!

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  10. Could I have this BY the pool? That would be amazeballs…love how substantial this veggie pizza is. I doubt I’d even miss the meat!

    • Suzie says:

      For you my dear, I will serve you IN the pool!!! I love meat pizza, it is my favorite most of the time…in the summer though, I like a lighter pizza like this 🙂

  11. eliotthecat says:

    That looks so pretty! (And delicious!)

  12. Joanne says:

    Whoa! We really were thinking alike this week! Love all those veggies!

  13. Sarah says:

    my mom’s friend makes something similar, but i love your sauce. delish! i’d leave off olives though. haha. yum!

    • Suzie says:

      Lots of peeps use the cream cheese ‘sauce’, I find that too heavy. Of course, you can take or leave any of the veggies you don’t like 🙂

  14. Oh YUM!!
    This looks so good. 🙂
    Such a shame you are on the other side of the world or I would have popped around to share a slice… I would bring red wine of course 🙂

  15. Gosh, this brings back memories. This pizza used to be one of my signature dishes, if I ever had one. I got requests to bring it to things all the time. I used light cream cheese, packet of dry ranch dressing and miracle whip as the sauce. The only thing I have ever used miracle whip for in my life! haha (not a fan) but it worked for this pizza somehow. I always added the shredded cheddar on top too! Haven’t made this in years!

    • Suzie says:

      Yep, it’s one that is always ask for! I love making this in the summer and like I said, if it’s just me, it last all week 🙂

  16. Jorie says:

    Suzie, I missed this post while I was out of town. This looks like a really fun appetizer at a party! And relatively light. Super yummy!

  17. Wendy says:

    Yum, Suzie! I am pinning this for Super Bowl Sunday and New Years Day brunch use. Those are the two times a year when we are asked to bring a nibble type appetizer to gatherings. I never know what to bring (that everyone else won’t be duplicating). Now I know. There may have to be several taste testing occasions at home before then. Thanks!

    • Suzie says:

      It would be great for those occasions! It’s super simple to make too, so you won’t be slaving all day. My kinda’ recipe 🙂

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