Green Pizza

September/October 2009

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Why not use cooler-weather vegetables like broccoli and arugula as an unconventional pizza topping? The arugula adds a slightly bitter, peppery taste—for a milder flavor, use spinach instead. Serve with wedges of fresh tomato tossed with vinegar, olive oil, basil and freshly ground pepper.

"I love this Green Pizza, especially with homemade thin whole wheat pizza crust! I make the dough in my food processor the night before. I add other green veggies, like peas, spinach, and artichokes and I like to add goat cheese or feta...
Green Pizza

34 Reviews for Green Pizza

Green Pizza

I used a single prepared pizza crust and spread the bottom with pesto sauce. To that I added some herb and garlic spaghetti sauce. I did add the broccoli and red onions that I had on hand and then sprinkled a little bit of garlic powder and topped it with parmesan cheese! Delicioso!

It was easy to make!
A New Go-To Meal

Love this recipe because it is easy, yummy, and I am always looking for new ways to get more greens into our family's diet. I gave it four stars, but I like to add some goat cheese, which pushes it to five stars, in my opinion. I always make the Easy Whole Wheat Pizza Dough also on this site.


We love this pizza. We use asparagus instead of broccoli and make homemade crust! We make it all the time!

Healthy Pizza!

I really liked this recipe. Unfortunately my husband hates any veggie that's green, so I had to make the pizza half this recipe and the other half his cheese/pepperoni. Geez - those fussy eaters! Thanks for sharing!

Simply Delicious!

This recipe was simply fantastic! We recently started eating healthy and felt like we were cheating by eating something that tasted so good! Eating Well truly has helped us stick to eating well by providing us with so many good recipes!

I added some tomatoes to mine just because I had some that were going to go bad if I did not use them! Oh and I added fresh rosemary to my pizza dough!

I also LOVE that you provide the nutrition facts! You cant go wrong!

Good tasting and good for you!
Not So Green Pizza!

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