Easy Mediterranean Pizza

Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 10 mins

This is a great recipe for a different kind of pizza. It's heavy on the flavors, but you don't feel stuffed after eating it. The recipe was actually born of an experiment performed by myself and a friend on a Sunday night. Be creative, though... last time I made it, I spread pine nuts over the surface and it was terrific!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
  2. Brush pizza shell with olive oil.
  3. Spread pesto sauce thoroughly over the surface of the shell, leaving the edge as a crust.
  4. Top with olives, sundried tomatoes, artichoke hearts, wilted spinach leaves and cover with cheeses.
  5. Place pizza directly on oven rack for 10 minutes, or until cheese is melted from centre to edge.
  6. Allow to cool for 5 minutes before slicing.


Most Helpful

FANTASTIC RECIPE! WOULD'VE COST $20 IN A RESTAURANT, but I made it for under 10! It was light and flavorful, but bold and filling! I added some leftover chicken strips and omitted the olives. Very easy to make, yet original!

connoryellow December 09, 2002

This tasted like something that might be served in an upscale restaurant. I used a whole grain pita for my crust, and omitted the olive oil (since my pesto already had oil in it.) Plenty of fresh toppings made for a very flavorful and hearty meal, and it only took a few minutes to throw together - not much more time than opening a frozen pizza, really.

Leigh Ann K. February 06, 2016

Made this last night. I absolutely loved the colors and flavors of this pizza. I used a thin crust which is my preferred crust for Mediterranean pizzas I've purchased from restaurants. One thing to note, if you buy pesto sauce, check the oil content. I didn't do that, so there was just a little too much oil. I still loved it though. I can't wait to make it again.

ndea_rayne April 07, 2013

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