Pumpkin and Spinach Pizza

Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 20 mins

Adapted from a 2000 edition of Australian Good Taste

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Heat oven to 220 C.
  2. Line 2 baking trays with baking paper.
  3. Place bases on trays, spread with pesto.
  4. Sprinkle on 1/2 the cheese, top with spinach.
  5. Add tomatoes and pumpkin and rest of cheese.
  6. Bake 15 - 20 mins till bases are golden and pumpkin cooked through.
  7. Season as desired.
Most Helpful

Truly scrumptious!
We used butternut pumpkin, cheddar and mozerella cheese and did add a little proscuitto.............And this was just divine!
All I can say is fantastic katew!
Thank You

Tisme February 03, 2012

If I could give this scrumptious pizza more stars I would. I used a butternut pumpkins but only used 100 grams of thinly sliced pumpkin which I then sliced into strips, 50 grams of dried tomatoes (vaccuum sealed packed no oil) which I cut into a dice and about 2 cups of my own cheese blend (mozzarella, aged cheddar and a touch of parmesan) and 50 grams of chopped baby spinach leaves and and used thin store bought crust and baked on a rack at 200C (non fan forced) for 15 minutes for a beautiful golden and crispy pizze. This has been the first time that I have not known my DM to pick off the greens on her pizza and she requested a second slice (she normally only eats 1) so this is definately a keeper of recipe thank you katew, made for Mkae My Recipe - New Year edition.

I'mPat January 20, 2012

Wowee! Awesome little pizza here. I didn't have a pizza crust on hand so just used a good bread for the base, trimming the edges of the crust off. I also thought I had sun-dried tomatoes and didn't. HOWEVER, this little pizza is the bomb! The pumpkin and spinach worked very well together and I just love pesto as a sauce base... This was easy and delicious! Made on behalf of the Genies of Gourmet for Zingo, ZWT 5. Thanks for posting. (-:

A Good Thing June 14, 2009