Garden Ranch Pizza-Pampered Chef

"This is a quick pizza to through together. What I especially love is that my kids devoured it even though it was covered in vegetables and there wasn't a piece of meat in sight. Substitute your own favorite vegetables (zucchini, onion, cauliflower), the possibilities are endless."
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Ready In:
12 slices




  • preheat oven to 425°F.
  • combine mayonnaise, ranch seasoning and garlic to make a "sauce".
  • Spread evenly over crust. Sprinkle on half the mozzarella. Layer on all the vegetables and olives. Top with the remaining mozzarella and the parmesan cheese.
  • Bake 18-22 minutes or until pizza crust is cooked. Serve immediately.

Questions & Replies

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  1. Debbie B.
    Do you use a Pillsbury Pizza Crust to make this Pizza. Or what kind do you use for the Pizza. Really Looks good


  1. candycorn1234
    I made this tonight as a welcome home dinner for my boyfriend. I followed the recipe exactly and we both enjoyed this very much. I did not pre-cook my veges' as suggested by pixieglenn because I enjoy all of the vegetables listed both raw or cooked - so I figured it wouldn't matter if they didn't cook in the oven (though I found that they did). I took away one star because I think 2 tablespoons ranch dressing mix might have been too much seasoning for the sauce - it was too salty for my taste. Next time, I will use only 1 tablespoon and maybe add some diced onion to the chopped vegetable mix. This is a great 'quick and easy' meal. Thank you!
  2. pixieglenn
    Super duper good! It is definitely a dish that everyone liked equally and that is good news on those nights that you just want everyone happy and not have to think about which kid isn't going to like dinner Easy to make, but make sure to cook the veges first or they won't cook through in the oven. Didn't take very long to put together and is an easy one to put together for a week night when you're brain dead. I made exactly as described but had to sub half sour cream because the kids used up most of the mayo and didn't say anything...grrr. Still turned out great. Thanks!
  3. *Parsley*
    This is a great and colorful pizza. It reminds me of the cold veggie appetizer pizza, except hot and melty. It's so versatile. I didn't have a red pepper, so I used a little green pepper. I used diced grape tomatoes and added some onions, too. My kids enjoyed helping to make this pizza, and look forward to making it again. Thanx for posting this!
  4. LuckyMama
    My husband and I loved this! I steamed broccoli and red peppers together for a couple minutes before putting on pizza. Also used black olives. I thought it was a delicious change from the usual pizza. My three year didn't like it much, but I just don't think she was very hungry. We try to eat meat-free a couple nights each week. This will definitely go into the recipe box of keepers!
  5. Mary N.
    This recipe did not turn out for me. The pizza was very dry and tasteless to us. I followed the recipe to a T. My vegetables, which I chopped finely, did not cook through and were still hard. I ended up just throwing everything out. Maybe it just didn't turn out the way it was supposed I didn't give any stars.


I'm a stay at home mommy of 2. I was raised in St. Jacobs, Ontario, Canada. My favorite cookbook comes from the public school I went to in St. Jacobs. I love it because the recipes are personal ones that are tried and true! I love to cook, bake, can, etc. I consider myself really fortunate to have been raised in an area where home baking and canning where the norm. I watched my mom and grandma preparing homemade jams and pickles every year and I caught the "bug". I really enjoy simple, delicious recipes! However, if a recipe is amazing I don't mind putting the extra time and expense into it.
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