Roasted Veggie Pizza for #PizzaWeek

If you like vegetable pizza than you will love this oven roasted veggie pizza, the recipe I’m sharing today for a blogging collaboration called #PizzaWeek. 

Oven Roasted Veggie Pizza on dineanddish.net #pizzaweekI like vegetables, a lot. I always have. In fact, growing up when I got to choose my birthday dinner the main thing I would ask for was lima beans. (Really…lima beans? Does anyone even eat lima beans anymore?)

For someone who likes veggies, I’ve never been a huge fan of vegetable pizza. I’m sure we’ve all experienced those pizza chain pizzas with the rubbery tasting onions and peppers on top of a soggy crusted pizza lacking in flavor. I just always assumed that’s what vegetable pizzas were like. Thank goodness I grew out of that phase and wised up because one of my favorite things ever right now is Oven Roasted Veggie Pizza. 

If there is one thing I like more than vegetables it would have to be oven roasted vegetables. What is it about roasting vegetables in the oven that makes them absolutely irresistible? Even vegetables my kids claim to not like they suddenly love when they are roasted.

I made this pizza for a #PizzaWeek blogging event put on by my friends at NoshOn.It. I was inspired by a little trip to Trader Joe’s and my love for veggies roasted in the oven. Sure, I took a few shortcuts with a pre-made crust (which was perfection, by the way) and a jarred garlic sauce (so tasty), but I swear I could eat this roasted veggie pizza every single day and never tire of it. It was that good.

pizza-week-badgeI’m going to share my recipe below, but before I do that, make sure to visit the NoshOn.It site for a full week of pizza inspiration. A lot of talented bloggers are sharing some pretty amazing pizza creations – if you love pizza (and if you don’t, how can you not love pizza?) you won’t want to miss it! A few others posting today are:

The Kitchen Prep has made a Greek-za  |  The Fitchen  has cooked up Mini Cauliflower Pizzas |  FoodieCrush will be sharing Arugula Topped Pizzas

Also, there’s lots of pizza loving happening over on Pinterest. You won’t believe the number of creative pizza ideas popping up over there! Make sure to follow the #PizzaWeek group Pinterest board for all your pizza pinning needs!

Follow NoshOn.It’s board Pizza Pizza! on Pinterest.


Now what do you think? Are you ready for a great Roasted Veggie Pizza recipe? Well, here we go! Enjoy!

Oven Roasted Veggie Pizza #PizzaWeek dineanddish.net

Oven Roasted Veggie Pizza
 
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If you like vegetable pizza, you'll love this oven roasted veggie pizza with squash, mushrooms, tomatoes and a creamy garlic sauce!
Serves: 1 pizza
Ingredients
  • 1 Pre-Made Pizza Crust (I used Trader Joe's Par-Baked Pizza Crust and LOVED it)
  • 2 Tablespoons olive oil
  • Kosher salt and cracked black pepper
  • 1 cup cubed butternut squash (peeled, seeds removed)
  • 1 cup sliced mini portabella mushrooms
  • 1 cup grape tomatoes
  • 4 Tablespoons Garlic Sauce (I used Trader Joe's Many Clove Garlic Sauce)
  • ½ - 1 cup shredded mozzarella cheese
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 400°F.
  2. Place cubed butternut squash, mushrooms and grape tomatoes on a baking sheet. Drizzle with olive oil, salt and pepper. Roast for 15-20 minutes, stirring occasionally, or until vegetables are tender. Remove from oven.
  3. Increase oven heat to 425°F. Place pizza crust on a cookie sheet or baking stone. Bake for 5 minutes. Remove from oven.
  4. Spread garlic sauce over top surface of crust. Top with roasted vegetables then with cheese. Bake for 10 minutes, or until cheese is melted and crust is a tender, golden brown.

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  1. Katy says

    Just made this today! I didn’t use the cheese and it was still SOO AMAZING!! The roasted veggies with the garlic sauce adds SO much flavor!

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