Total Time
Prep 20 mins
Cook 20 mins

I love the garlicky flavor of this "White" (versus classic "Red") vegetable pizza. It is easier to serve (less messy) as an appetizer than a tomato-based pizza.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Prepare crust according to package directions.
  2. Spread crust in thin layer on large rectangular baking sheet or pizza pan.
  3. "Mix Sauce ingredients together and spread on crust (like you would spread a tomato sauce) with spoon or pastry brush, using some or all of it (I use all of it).
  4. Place toppings on pizza in order listed.
  5. Bake at 375 degrees on bottom oven shelf until crust is crispy and cheese is melted, between 18-25 minutes.
  6. Cut into 10 slices for a meal or smaller squares for appetizer servings.
  7. For Variety- Optional ingredients: 1 cup cooked, shredded chicken; 1/4 cup finely chopped fresh spinach, 2 tbs diced pepperocini (Greek) peppers; 2 tablespoon sliced black olives.
Most Helpful

Wow! This was delicious! With artichokes & mushrooms as two of the main toppings, I knew I was in for a treat - those are two of my favorite pizza toppings. This has a very unusual, tangy tasting sauce that really complimented the veggies well. I used a homemade crust rather than the mix. Note: There was a lot of sauce and I found that I didn't really need more than a few Tbsp worth to get the crust fully covered. I sprinkled the full amount of garlic across the sauce covered pizza. Thanks for sharing this great recipe - we will be making this again often!

HeatherFeather March 28, 2003

I have to admit, that I wasn't all that sure about the sauce. Sounded a bit odd to me, but was pleasantly surprised at the taste. I didn't need to use the full amount either as the previous poster mentioned. I also used a homemade crust and cut the garlic in half. As much as I love the stuff, I thought 8 cloves would have been too much. Delicious pizza. :)

Lori Mama June 21, 2008