Vegetable Pizza To Love

Vegetable Pizza

Made with organic whole wheat pizza crust, pizza sauce, mushrooms, green & red bell peppers, onions, tomatoes, mozzarella cheese, Monterey Jack cheese, 5-cheese Italian, sharp cheddar cheese, and pizza seasoning.

I just LOVE a homemade pizza.  There’s nothing like homemade.  BUT I had no patience to make my own pizza dough—so the dough is store-bought from Whole Foods.

I just layered and lumped all the ingredients together and called it a day.  Notice that it’s not even flat like most pizzas.  I had to make a HUGE MOUND of veggies and cheese.  It’s a mini-mountain.

There was nothing to making this and the reward was a lot of pizza cheesy gooey goodness all for me!  I just sliced it right down the middle both ways for 4 huge slices of love.  With slices that big you need two hands or a fork and knife.  All that matters is that it ends up in your mouth.

So, if you have nothing else to do today, try making your own homemade pizza.

Take-Away Life Lesson:  Always save yourself some time if you need to by buying store-bought pizza dough.  If you have the time and the patience, I’d highly suggest making your own dough from scratch though.

18 thoughts on “Vegetable Pizza To Love

  1. looks brilliant! Love piling veggies on pizza (and using whole wheat crust) as it helps balance the nutrition score somewhat 🙂

  2. Mmmmm – pizza! As you point out, it is an easy taste treat, and can be very nutritious. I make them often when I make bread. One turn in the bread machine makes six huge sandwich buns and a pizza or focaccia. Sometimes I make a “faux focaccia” – that is just a big, round bun about an inch or two high, and as big as a pizza. This provides the basis for many bread treats.

    1. There’s only a total of 4 slices of this and you know I’m eating at least 2 of them! So that leaves 2 left for the rest of you to fight over. 🙂

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