An alternative from tomato based pizza sauces and a great way to get kids to eat their veggies! Delicious and tangy!
This recipe is wonderful. I used to work at a pizza parlor and we made a recipe very similar to this one that was very popular especially during Lent. The vegetables that we used that I think are the perfect combination are broccoli, drained canned mushrooms, drained canned black olives, red onion, and the special touch is one tomato diced. My husband who usually wants to try new recipes all the time, asks for this one at least every other week. Great recipe! - 09 May 2007 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
The only reason i tried this recipe was because of the reviews. My first reaction was...whaa? Pizza and NO sauce? And ranch dressing in place of it? Ew! I am Italian and just never put ranch on my pizza dough. I tried it...oh my gosh is it deeeeelicious! My husband loved it, my kids loved it... I used my own pizza dough, and I sauteed everything in butter but the broccoli, which I boiled first. I know the butter takes away from the healthiness, but who cares. It helped the veggies become nice and tender before cooking. This recipe is *wonderful*!!!! - 12 Nov 2002 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
Even as a vegetarian pizza lover, I winced at the sight of this originally. I gave the pizza a try any way. Don't worry about measuring or the toppings. I followed a few suggestions on this site and came up with this - - Boboli's pre-baked pizza crust - I used Kraft's Light Done Right Three-Cheese salad dressing. - Shredded pizza blend cheese - I mixed up up the veggies, usually using broccoli, carrots and tomatoes Careful -- it's addicting! - 13 Jan 2007 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)