The pizza has been a favorite American dining option for generations, and the options can seem quite literally endless. There are staples that have been favorites for decades—pepperoni, ham, sausage and buffalo chicken are just a few that come to mind. Our talented team is skilled at making all of these choices and then some.
However, there is an entire world of pizza opportunities that might not jump out immediately to people. Vegetable toppings offer an incredible array of flavors and textures for pizza lovers looking to break out of their box and can give you some wonderful options. Veggie pizza is a diverse and tasty suite of choices that are truly mouth-watering. Some great options for these meals are outlined below:
· Mushroom, garlic and mint: This recipe mixes a number of daring flavors that all sound good enough on their own, but when they’re mixed together, they can really sing. A good idea for a veggie pizza can have a number of qualities, and this particular pizza checks all the boxes. You’re going to want to make sure the garlic is roasted in the oven to achieve the right flavors, and the final toppings are key—we recommend kale, olive oil, lemon juice, salt and pepper.
· Egg and sweet potato: Sweet potatoes are quickly emerging as a popular ingredient in all kinds of dishes, and veggie pizzas are really no exception. The eggs make for a nice addition too, as their protein makes them a filling addition that can be a great choice for people watching their waistlines. You can even alter this recipe to make it a breakfast pizza—sautéed radicchio is the ticket if that’s something you’re interested in. Some of the best veggie pizza recipes just need a little twist like that to become an entirely new dish that can surprise all diners.
· Pesto: This option can turn off some people right off the bat, since it might require the usage of an ingredient that takes some time to make all on its own, but it can really pay off. Pesto is actually relatively simple to make, and wonderful recipes abound all over the internet, so the trial and error is part of the fun. Additionally, store-bought pesto can fit the bill as well, so a pizza with pesto for topping can be a great choice for someone looking to explore veggie pizza.
· Grilled pumpkin pizza: This recipe requires a pumpkin-based sauce that can be a great fit for someone whose diet won’t let them enjoy red or white sauces. Pumpkin is a versatile ingredient that can be a great addition to your next family pizza dinner, so keep it in mind when you’re at the grocery store.
The options for veggie pizzas are endless, and our team at Giovanni’s Frozen Pizza tries to stay abreast of all the latest trends to make sure our product line reflects changing tastes and preferences. We are proud to be able to serve pizzas that surprise and please our customers. Get in touch to learn more about how to become one of our retail partners!