7 Reviews

Success! I'm so glad I tried this pizza. It is delicious. The roasted butternut squash with sage is amazing. I could eat that on it's own! Tip..Trader Joe's carries butternut squash already cut up and ready. The tomato sauce is wonderful, too. I chose to use a vegan cheese this time (Daiya "mozzarella") and was really happy with the outcome. This recipe was recommended in the Best of 2010 Tag Game, by sofie-a-toast. Thank you!

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LifeIsGood March 02, 2011

LOVED this!!! So did my hubby! I used a low fat mozzarella and added a little feta on top. I also shredded a couple handfuls of fresh spinach and put that on the pizza sauce before the rest of the toppings and what a great addition that was! I used a white acorn squash which was less sweet than a butternut or green acorn squash; I cooked it in the crockpot on low for about 3 hours. Thanks so much for posting and for pointing me in the direction of this recipe!

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JanuaryBride October 14, 2011

Wow not only did I just find my new favorite pizza but I also found a new favorite sauce. Seriously, if for some reason you decide to go for a different pizza, at least make this sauce! I made the recipe just as written except for adding some crumbled goat cheese to the top (I had some I needed to use up). Now that I've added it though I can't imagine making it without (and believe me, I will be making this again...and again). I also accidently made the full sauce recipe despite only planning on making one pizza not two. I'm glad I did though because I needed all of it. That might have been because my pizza was large and/or because I like a lot of sauce. Made for the ABC Chefs Tag.

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sofie-a-toast November 16, 2010

This made a really nice pizza!! And quite easy to prepare! I confess, I forgot to add the sage to the butternut whilst it was roasting, so simply added all the sage as a topping on the pizza! And I used thin crust pizza base, my preference. The tomato sauce was very good and made an excellent base, I liked the addition of balsamic vinegar. And the squash, sage and mozarrella topping - ah yes, very nice! I had a couple of slices left over and took them to work the next day - I LIKE leftover pizza, and I was so very sorry I only had two slices left, lol, I could have happily eaten another whole pizza! Thanks for a lovely recipe, made for Veg*n swap#19

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Karen Elizabeth February 11, 2010

Excellent! Wouldn't change a thing. I used the recipe for Fabulous Pizza Crust and would use it again. This recipe goes straight to the keeper file. Thanks so much for posting!

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Lucky in Bayview September 26, 2015

This pizza if fantastic! We loved the combination of squash, sage and the tomato sauce. I used Quick and Easy Pizza Crust for the crust. I agree with other reviewers that adding crumbled goat cheese to the dish makes the pizza truly amazing. I won't make it without using the goat cheese in the future. Thanks for a keeper!

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Dr. Jenny February 05, 2012

What a great pizza! I was given about 5 butternut squash, and loved using this to make pizza. I made a whole wheat crust and loved the sweetness of the squash with the tomato sauce. Thanks for a treat I will make again! Made for the vegetarian swap Nov. 2011.

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Sharon123 November 06, 2011
Roasted Squash and Sage Pizza (Or Pita Pizza or Burrito)