Healthy, fast lunch: Veggie flatbread pizza

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This flatbread pizza is super great for meal prepping. It’s healthy, it’s filling and its super easy to make. These are super customizable so you can keep getting creative with the toppings and bases.

Ingredients:

  • Flatbread of Naan bread of your choice
  • Tomato sauce, pesto sauce, etc (any sauce of your choice)
  • Vegetables or any other toppings
  • salt and pepper
  • Cheese of your choice

 

Preheat your oven to 400 degrees. While that’s preheating spread about a tablespoon and a half of your choice of sauce. In the picture above, I used tomato sauce but pesto works so well on this as well.

For the vegetables, I suggest putting them on raw because they’ll cook in the oven. If you pre-cook them they won’t keep their shape and be as crispy as you want them to be when they’re done int he oven.

I added basil, broccoli, spinach and zucchini on the one you see in the picture. I also used Provolone cheese but Mozzarella or Parmesan would be great on it as well.  Another combination I’ve been enjoying is pesto with spinach, onions, garlic and basil. But as I said before, you can put whatever you’d like on it and be creative.

Some more combinations and ideas:

Mexican: Salsa or nacho cheese base with bell peppers, corn, tomatoes, onion and monterey jack cheese

Cacio E Pepe Inspired: Spread ricotta as the base instead of tomato sauce, spinach, tons of black pepper and pecorino cheese (parm works just as well)

Breakfast flatbread: Skip the base and add a layer of cheese instead, add bell pepper and spinach. If you are not vegetarian, feel free to add bacon on this as well. crack an egg on top. place in the oven and cook until the egg whites are set and the yolk is still runny. top with salt and pepper to taste.

I hope you use this as inspiration and get creative! This is really fun to make and just as good cold as it is warmed up. It surprisingly tastes just like thin crust pizza!

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