After returning from Spring break, whether you went somewhere tropical, spent it at home with friends, or maybe binge-shopped online in preparation for warmer weather, everyone seems to be on a low budget.
Over break, my friends and I wanted to make the best of our movie night and mini reunion. So instead of spending $15 on restaurant pizza plus a $5 tip, we bought a package of flatbread, cheese, sauce (although this homemade sauce recipe from Queen’s University sounds pretty good), and vegetables from the grocery store to make four personal pizzas.
It was a creative task, fun experience, and quick process for hungry stomachs. The secret to this pizza’s success is that it’s incredibly easy to make because there is no mess of rolling out any dough.
Flatbread eliminates the mess and aggravation while tasting just as good if not even better than dough. It’s also very healthy with vegetables being the dominant ingredient. Our low budget food experiment was a success and is now a movie night tradition.
Flatbread Vegetable Pizza
- Prep Time: 15 minutes.
- Cook Time: 18 minutes
- Total Time: 33 minutes
- Servings: 1
Preheat oven to 425°F.
Chop all your vegetables into bite size pieces.
Place flatbread on a rimmed baking sheet.
#SpoonTip: Flatbread usually comes in packages of 2, double the ingredients for 2 servings.
Spread pizza sauce over flatbread.
Spread Mozzarella evenly.
Arrange chopped vegetables by color on flatbread.
#SpoonTip: The more colored vegetables the better
Drizzle olive oil and sprinkle Italian seasoning over vegetables.
#SpoonTip: Optional, but tasty.
Bake for 18 minutes or until vegetables look tender and the flatbread is crisp.
Remove from oven and sprinkle parmesan cheese and or red pepper flakes over pizza (optional).
Slice, serve, and enjoy.