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Easy Vegetable Pizza

Easy Vegetable Pizza

Serves: 4

Category: Burgers, Pizza, Wraps and Chips
Tags: Kid-Friendly

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You don't have to give up pizza to be a Nutritarian. Add your own favorite toppings; the variations are endless.

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4 large (100% whole grain) flour tortillas or pitas
2 cups pasta sauce, no salt added or low sodium
1/2 cup chopped shiitake mushrooms
1/2 cup chopped red onion
10 ounces frozen broccoli florets, thawed and finely chopped
1/4 cup shredded nondairy mozzarella-type cheese *


Preheat the oven to 200 degrees. Place tortillas or pitas on two baking sheets and warm for 10 minutes. Remove from oven and spoon on the pasta sauce. Sprinkle evenly with the mushrooms, onion and broccoli. Add a light sprinkle of cheese. Bake for 30 minutes.

* Daiya brand is a good choice

Calories 250; Protein 12 g; Carbohydrates 40 g; Sugars 8 g; Total Fat 6.2 g; Saturated Fat 1 g; Cholesterol 1.1 mg; Sodium 219 mg; Fiber 9.7 g; Beta-Carotene 752 ug; Vitamin C 50 mg; Calcium 150 mg; Iron 4 mg; Folate 70 ug; Magnesium 39 mg; Potassium 610 mg; Zinc 1.1 mg; Selenium 7.9 ug

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03/30/2008 09:28 AM

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Love this dish. We mix it up with other topings, too. Also, we cut the pita's in half for a bit of thin crust flair...


08/05/2008 08:55 PM

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I think this is one of my favorites so far. I'm not a big fan of broccoli unless its by itself so I used loads of onions along with mushrooms, red peppers, artichoke, roasted garlic, and spinach. We just sort of dressed up our own depending on what everyone liked best. The best part is plenty of pasta sauce, absolutely spectacular (competes with my pre-ETL pizzas easily). The second time I made these I tried to cook at higher temps for shorter periods of time and it didn't come out nearly as good. The pita was much crispier at the lower longer temps. I also could do this with or without the cheese. My husband needed the cheese to make it authentic :P . I actually sprinkled mine on fresh after it was done baking because I think it tastes better this way vs. melted. Oh and I love using herbs and spices so I sprinkled on some basil, oregano, thyme, tarragon and black pepper. Then on only mine I put some crushed red pepper for the zing I loved on my old pizzas.
This comment was last edited on 08/28/2008 10:23 AM


10/04/2008 01:26 PM

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I really like this one b/c I can eat it while others eat SAD pizza! I've never been a big fan of soy cheese so I sprinkle nutritional yeast on top. I add whatever veggies I have on hand on top. Usually mushrooms, diced onion, and sometimes tomatos and pineapple. yum. This always feels like a treat :)
This comment was last edited on 10/04/2008 01:27 PM


01/26/2010 03:54 PM

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I have the new Daiya cheese that I put on top and it is FABULOUS!


01/07/2011 04:05 PM

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We love this! We use Daiya cheese too, it's fantastic. I cook them for 30 mins as it says, but the toppings aren't hot enough so i then broil for a few minutes.


05/22/2011 08:51 AM

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Want gluten free? I use Food For Life Brown Rice Tortillas.


08/13/2011 09:25 PM

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I also used Brown Rice Tortillas Only toasted for a few minutes and cooked for less time and it came out excellent. I can't imagine it with pitas.


10/24/2011 03:47 PM

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I made this recipe with my mom this weekend who has gotten into ETL just a few months ago and is loving it. We used 1/2 cup of mozzarella cheese, but mixed it in with the veggie toppings, which we used much more veggies than called for. So, our pizzas were piled high with broccoli and had a small amount of cheese mixed in with the veggies. Compared to the picture above, our pizzas looked to have a lot less cheese overall. After the pizzas were done baking, we loved the slight crunch that the broccoli florrets still had. We also added some red pepper flakes on top for some extra heat. YUM!


10/29/2011 08:16 PM

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This was FAB! Definitely a keeper.


12/22/2011 06:17 PM

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The temp of "200 degrees" must be a misprint. Nothing bakes at that temp.
It should be 325 at least.


02/15/2012 01:26 PM

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I have been making htese for many years even when I was skinny. Instead of useing canned tomato that has slat and who knows what else I just sliced a tomatoe and it tastes great. I did use vegan cheese and some grated vegan also. With lots of basil and oregano, my son who hates everything loved it but he ate the real cheese.


02/18/2012 10:26 AM

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Made this dish last night. I toasted the pitas for 10 min at 200, and realized that cant be right. So to be on the safe side i only turned it up to 275. Before i put the tomato sauce on, I put down a bed of spinich and topped with broc, onion and mushroom, and baked for 30 at 275. i couldnt find a non dairy cheese so we did without. and definite do-over, easy and fun to prep. the toppings could be endless.
This comment was last edited on 02/18/2012 10:27 AM


03/27/2012 08:32 PM

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This is a great idea. I used a low-cal, whole grain tortilla and couldn't believe how full I was for so few calories!


07/23/2012 03:36 PM

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Love this! I eat it a few times a week. After its done baking, I add a bunch of arugula dressed with a little balsamic vinegar on top of the pizza. The flavors compliment the pizza and its another way to get those greens in!


09/15/2012 04:28 PM

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I sauteed all the veggies with water, adding fennel seed (to simulate the sausage on a SAD pizza) and COPIOUS amounts of dried basil and even more oregano. Once it had all started to steam and dry and carmelize a bit, I put it in the vitamix to get everything in similar sizes, then put it over the tomato sauce. The next time I made it I made extra, froze it and found if you warm it up and put it on hummus, scooped up with raw cucumber and red pepper, it was an amazing crudite. This way I can have the recommmended daily amount of onions and mushrooms with all the prep done in advance. Hooray for Dr. Fuhrman's passion and creativity...
This comment was last edited on 09/15/2012 04:29 PM


09/24/2012 05:48 PM

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I love this dish and everything on it my kids love it to.


11/06/2012 05:18 PM

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this saved me today - i really needed some pizza in my life! i didn't do the broccoli, but i did add fresh basil, spinach and yellow pepper. yuumm! i think i actually added too much veggie shred (cheese) so i'll use much less next time, and also roast some garlic and spread it on the pita/flatbread before the sauce. really quick prep, great meal! (only gave 4 stars since i changed the recipe a bit)


03/10/2013 06:52 PM

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My husband made this dish for us yesterday, I thought it was yumm, I loved it so much that he
is making it again for us tonight.


06/15/2013 08:08 PM

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I made it with whole wheat pastry flour and it taste great. I added tomatoes and basil and mushrooms and it was very very good even kids loved it.
This comment was last edited on 06/15/2013 08:10 PM


02/28/2014 02:32 PM

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Love this pizza and make it all the time. I used broccoli, mushroom, and zucchini. The veggies were fresh so I water sautéed them for a few mins first. And no the 200 degree temp is right otherwise the pita turns into a rock!


11/06/2014 09:49 PM

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It's soooooooo good! We love it! Thanks for sharing


11/11/2014 07:31 PM

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My Favorite recipe so far! I could only find whole wheat thin bagels, 50 calories a half, so they worked fine! I baked mine at 400, so it was super crisp, just like thin crust pizza! My non ETL husband, asked for them again!!! Our grocery stores do not carry a dairy free cheese...? Glad the brand name is mentioned. I will ask them to start getting it!


11/15/2014 03:18 PM

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I've made these several times for and with my grandson, and they are delicious. I cooked them at 400 degrees with my Fuhrman sweet potato fries. We used whole grain tortillas, because that's what was on hand. I let my grandson help me create the "shake bag" for the "fries" and pick the veggies he wanted to use for his veggie pizza, then let him use the chopper to cut them, which he loved. He spread the tomato so and added his toppings. It's a good way to help kids learn to cook and to eat well at the same time.
This comment was last edited on 11/15/2014 03:19 PM


10/03/2016 07:51 PM

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This was awesome. I added swiss chard and basil. I baked it for 15 minutes at 350F and then increased the temp to 425F for the last 5 minutes.
This comment was last edited on 10/03/2016 07:52 PM


03/20/2018 03:02 PM

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Great pizza as is if you bake at a higher temp. Versatile recipe. Thank you.


06/14/2018 09:36 AM

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These did not work at all for me at 200 degrees.  I followed the recipe exactly and they were barely warm and all of the vegetables were still crunchy and raw and I had them chopped up pretty small.  I had to turn the heat up to 325 degrees and bake them for another 10 minutes and still not done so I put them in the microwave.  After all of that they tasted great!  I will make them again but I will definitely turn up the heat from the start!  200 degrees has to be a misprint??


12/10/2018 05:38 PM

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Putting the pizza on a 9” round Silpat nonstick baking mat and cooking for thirty minutes at 400 degrees (in a Breville mini oven) slightly roasts the broccoli without burning it and adds a lot to the flavor. It was topped with Daiya mozzerella and Follow Your Heart parmesan vegan "cheeses" along with the usual veggies. The tortilla comes out thin crust crispy, not hard. We celebrated my birthday at home with these little pizzas and "nice cream". It was more fun than a restaurant and even non nutritarian family members loved this. Wish I could post a picture. 

This comment was last edited on 12/10/2018 06:58 PM


03/10/2019 07:40 PM

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Disappointing that this recipe has been out for several years, and still hasn't been corrected.  I get baking the crust @ 200 degrees, but the recipe never instructs to turn up the oven when baking the pizza.


06/19/2019 08:26 AM

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So easy. Really love these and even my husband likes them. Have made them with several different veggies including spinach and used a bit of Daiya “mozzarella” shreds. My only tweak is that I prefer the crust crispier and so initially warm and sort of sear the tortillas in a dry frying pan and then place the toppings on and cook at 250 For the full 30 minutes.  Since pizza is one of the things I miss, this is a great alternative.