5 Reviews

Very yummy. Love the cheese baked into the crust. Definitely on my make again list!

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number_8 August 16, 2009

Now this is interesting. I don't think you could pass this off as an actual pizza crust and fool anyone (we felt it was more like a casserole than a pizza) but this is a great and unique way to eat zucchini. I didn't have the right size pie pan, so I spread the mixture out on a greased metal tray in an approximate 10inch diameter. The toppings really make this recipe, and we loaded ours up with mushrooms, pepperoni, onion, hot peppers, feta cheese, olives, tomatoes, etc. No leftovers to be had; we devoured the whole thing. Great recipe, thanks for sharing.

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Renegade Chef June 28, 2009

This is an amazing recipe! I did alter up the ingredients, though-bu it turned out wonderful. I used 1 cup zucchini, 1 egg white (or 2 tbsp Eggbeaters), 1 tbsp whole wheat flour, 2 tbsp reduced fat mozzarella & parm cheese. I added minced onion, pizza seasoning & garlic powder-no olive oil. Mine took about 25 min to bake, then I topped it with some turkey pepperoni & chicken. And marinara sauce :-). Baked another 5 min. Totally satisfies any pizza craving. Will make again for sure!!

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LUVMY2BOYS August 09, 2007

EDITED REVIEW: The edges of my crust were a bit overdone so next time I will cut down the first cook time to 25 minutes, add my toppings then cook until toppings are sufficiently done. This recipe is a keeper and helps make pizza an acceptable part of our diet! Thank you for posting.

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Caryn Dalton July 12, 2007

WOW! This recipe makes the most lovely crust and really works as a yummy pizza base. Fantastic recipe...I would def make this again!

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Jajaja February 06, 2005
Zucchini Crusted Pizza base