Party Veggie Pizza


This past weekend, I hosted a jewelry party (which I will share more in a bit). With these little gatherings, I realize my appetizer repertoire is rather slim. But, several of the recipes I made were a hit, so I decided I would share one: Party Veggie Pizza.

The thing I like about Veggie Pizza is that it can literally be done with whatever veggies you have on hand. There are a few staple ingredients and I’m sure if you got really creative you could manage without those as well. So, here is my version of a delicious Veggie Pizza

Veggie Pizza

Pillsbury Pizza Dough (or you can make Homemade)
Brick of Cream Cheese
1/4 Cup Sour Cream
1 Packet Dry Ranch Dressing Seasoning
Assortment of Veggies

:: Cook the Pizza Dough. Let it cool completely. You can trim the edges to be a purty if you want :)

:: Mix the Veggie Sauce until creamy: Cream Cheese, Sour Cream and Ranch Dressing.

:: Spread the Veggie Sauce over the cooled Pizza.


:: Sprinkle Veggies on the Pizza.

I was lucky enough to find a bag of Organic sliced Broccoli and Carrots on clearance so I only had to chop the Red Bell Pepper. I also add just a sprinkle of cheddar cheese on top for color. Really, this is an inexpensive dish to prepare, especially if you made it using homemade pizza dough.

I cut our pizza into slices and placed them on a serving platter. You can leave it on the pizza stone too, of course. I actually think it’s easier to sprinkle veggies on the pizza after it’s cut though, but I didn’t do that this time. As you cut the pizza, several veggies got caught in the pizza cutter. I had quite a few leftover veggies because of that! I ate them though, it was alright :)

I know some people add mayonnaise to their dip, but my taste buds like it without :) So, you can try adding 1/4 cup mayo instead of sour cream if you want.

Do you have a favorite version of a party Veggie Pizza?

by Savings Lifestyle: Andrea on November 10, 2009


  • Janet - November 10, 2009 @ 3:08 pm

    I make it in a rectangle glass cake pan- its easier to transport and cut

  • Kim in NJ - November 10, 2009 @ 3:30 pm

    My family makes veggie bars similar to the veggie pizza. Sub mayo for the sour cream. Use crescent rolls for the base (unroll into one sheet, do not separate). Follow the same directions as for the pizza. Top with cauliflower, broccoli, shredded carrots, tomato and shredded cheddar cheese.

  • Jeanette - June 22, 2012 @ 9:29 pm

    I have found that the veggies stay on the pizza better if you press them down a little into the sauce.

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