I also got this from a Pampered Chef party years ago, and it's a yummy meatless pizza. I prefer to make my own dough instead of using prepackaged dough, but in a jiffy this is a quick brunch or lunch that's delicious. Thank you for posting this!
This is yummy. I've use to make this years ago and had forgotten about it until I saw it here. I usually use cuccumbers, bell peppers, tomatoes and green onion for the toppings.
One of my very favorite things to take to a party. A real crowd pleaser, and diferent than all the salty and greasy stuff that usually shows up on the table at a gathering. YUMMY.
DELICIOUS! I think I've had this before, so I'm glad to have discovered the recipe on here. I made this once for a baby shower I co-hosted and then a friend of mine has made it twice since for other functions. I've enjoyed it each time! A definite favorite!
This is the same recipe my mom has been making for years! The only thing I added was a little ranch dressing mix. Next time I might cut down on the cream cheese a little, but other than that it was great!
This was great! I have never made veggie pizza before; it was very easy to do. I used reduced fat rolls, fat free mayo and reduced fat cream cheese without any problems. However, I wouldn't make this too far ahead as it does get soggy by the next day. I used green and red pepper, roma tomatoes, broccoli and fat-free shredded cheese.
I make this all the time. I wouldn't even bother trying another veggie pizza recipe because nothing beats this. With shredded cheese on top, it is unbelievable, but without the cheese it's still fantastic. The only thing I do a little different is that I end up not needing all of the cream cheese mixture. I usually end up with almost 1/4 leftover, and I use it on crackers (with veggies on top) and it tastes just as good as it does on the crescent roll dough. Another thing I have done is substituted the mayo for sour cream. Less calories, and I can't tell the difference.
My mom used to make this occasionally when I was younger, so I was really excited to find the recipe. I did add a couple things to the cream cheese - besides the dried dill, I used 1/2 tsp. celery salt, 1/3 tsp. coarse pepper, 2/3 tsp. garlic powder in place of the garlic cloves and 1 tbs. sour cream and 1/2 tbs ranch dressing in place of the mayo (I'm not a huge mayo fan). It turned out wonderful - in fact, my husband was eating the cream cheese mixture from the bowl! As far as the veggie toppings, I used broccoli, tomato (w/o the inside), shredded carrot, cucumber and shredded cheese. Turned out so well and tasted amazing after only a couple hours in the fridge:-) Definately will be coming back to this tasty treat.