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
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?