Mini Zucchini Pizzas are the perfect low carb way to curb a pizza craving and use up your zucchini crop! Win-Win!
What in the world did we do before Pinterest?
And, more importantly, what did we eat?
So many of my meals are now inspired by my pins, like these Mini Zucchini Pizzas.
As in, my meataterian husband refers to them as his favorite food. #nojoke
And while we have all had Pinterest fails, this is a big WIN.
Lucky for me, it was also super easy to FIX!
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Here’s the mini zucchini pizzas recipe:
Mini Zucchini Pizzas
- 1/3 cup homemade tomato sauce or no sugar added sauce like Rao's
- 1/2 zucchini thinly sliced
- 2 1/2 tablespoons shaved Parmesan OR shredded mozzarella
- Garlic powder
- Crushed red pepper
- Olive oil spray
- Set oven to Broil on High
- Spread zucchini out on a baking pan covered in foil or parchment paper
- Spray with olive oil spray and sprinkle with garlic powder and crushed red pepper
- Broil for a few minutes until zucchini starts to brown
- Remove pan from oven and flip zucchini slices. Season again.
- Top each mini pizza with sauce, cheese and sprinkle with oregano.
- Place in broiler again until cheese is melted and golden Enjoy!
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I am noticing in the recipes that the Tomato sauce either isn’t recorded or it is tallied as a green. I was taught that tomato based ingredients count as purple. Also wouldn’t there be a teaspoon or part of one for the spray?
Thank you 🙂
Hi! When using no sugar added tomato sauce, I feel comfortable counting it as a GREEN. But yes, its true that others count it as a purple. Feel free to count it whichever way you feel more comfortable with! The olive oil spray does not count as a tsp, because it is such a little amount – just use sparingly!
Can I use coconut oil spray instead of olive oil. If not, can I use regular olive oil instead of having to buy the spray ? Thanks so much.
Any cooking oil will work!
Looks air fryer friendly. Have you tried these in the air fryer?
I LOVE zucchini as well…I use it for as much as I can think of. Instead of worrying about the tomato sauce though, I used the canned chunk tomato with green chili’s. It already has the flavor and the oregano sets it up! Thank you…I think next time I will add some fresh spinach leaves on them.
What is the tomato sauce recipe? The link doesn’t work anymore.
Sorry – I will edit, but you want this one! https://confessionsofafitfoodie.com/2015/03/21-day-fix-homemade-tomato-sauce/
Tried it tonight so yummy be wanting a pizza this was perfect.
Yay! We love these!
Just popped them into my oven, and I am loving the smell already! On my week 2 of 21-day fix, a cloudy/rainy Saturday morning (even in Sunny California!) , and you can imagine how much I need something yummy and cozy! This will definitely send me into the next week feeling absolutely on target! Thank you!!
Aww – that’s so great! Hope they were yummy for you!
Can you use regular store bought spaghetti sauce instead of making it?
Yes, just make sure it doesn’t have added sugar!
Faith Herring says
These are amazing! So quick, easy, and absolutely delicious! Thank you for sharing this recipe! I will be making these again very soon!
I am so happy you liked them!!
Linda McCormack says
Is it me or my computer but this doesn’t print! And am I missing the place where you can print just the recipe???
Nope – it’s not you! My older recipes aren’t print friendly…I am getting there :). Thank you for your patience!
How many of these is considered a serving? Do you just see how many slices fit into the green container? They sound delicious!
Yes – exactly!
Gianna Robinson says
I am wondering this as well…for 80 Day Obsession!
Hi! I usually measure a 1/2 cup of sliced zucchini using my green container, then I use the other half of my green for the sauce. I use my blue to measure cheese!
Sonja Pound says
These look great and super simple. Thanks – they are now on my grocery list.