Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Cool Veggie Pizza

This is a pampered chef recipe I've adapted. My girls (and sometimes my boys) love to help with this. It's easy, quick, kinda healthy, and tasty.
Ingredients:
Crescent roll dough (I use 2 large or 4 small cans for our family)
block of cream cheese (or Neufchatel, or Laughing Cow french onion wedges-entire box)
teaspoon minced garlic
1 heaping T mayo
dill weed to taste
cheddar cheese, shredded
variety of raw veggies (we like mushrooms, brocolli, tomato, carrots, celery, cucumber, peppers, green onion)
Directions:
Unroll crescent dough and piece it together to form a large rectangle on an oiled pan. Flatten it out well piching together any seams. Bake until golden brown (see package instructions). In the meantime, finely chop any fresh veggies you like. Mix cream cheese, mayo, garlic, and dill in a bowl. When dough is golden brown and cooled, spread cream cheese mixture over entire crust. Sprinkle with raw veggies. Sprinkle with cheddar cheese and eat.

2 comments:

The Girberts said...

Thanks for posting this, Honey! I have been wanting to make this for awhile and didn't have the recipe! It's a great way to get kids to eat veggies! And adults, too!

Mommy Managing said...

Hi Honey! Did you get your Pillsbury/Kroger catalina issue fixed? You could also call the catalina company at (888) 322-3814.

One of my Kroger stores always has issues with their machines, but they just give me rainchecks.