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Rainbow Pizza

Rainbow Pizza

A bright, fun, and colorful pizza made from fresh vegetables. MORE+LESS-

1

can (13.8 oz) Pillsbury™ refrigerated classic pizza crust

4

tablespoon jarred pesto

5

purple fingerling potatoes, diced

1

tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil, plus more for drizzling

1/2

green bell pepper, diced

1/2

yellow squash, sliced

1/2

orange bell pepper, diced

1

cup halved cherry tomatoes

1

pinch coarse salt and freshly ground pepper

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  • 2

    Toss the potatoes with the tablespoon oil and arrange on a baking sheet. Season with salt and pepper and roast for 20 minutes.

  • 3

    Roll the pizza crust out on a flat surface. Evenly spoon the pesto over the crust, in the shape of a rainbow.

  • 4

    Arrange the vegetables in the order of the colors of a rainbow. The potatoes will go at the bottom, followed by the green diced peppers, then the yellow squash, followed by the orange diced peppers, and finally the halved cherry tomatoes as the very top color. Using a paring knife or pizza cutter, cut away the extra pieces of dough, creating the rainbow shape for the pizza. Season lightly with salt and pepper.

  • 5

    Place back in the oven and bake another 20 minutes, until the veggies have softened and the tomatoes wilted.

  • 6

    Drizzle with a little more oil and serve immediately.

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size: 1 Serving
Calories
578.8
% Daily Value
Total Fat
24.1g
37%
Saturated Fat
1.4g
7%
Cholesterol
5.1mg
2%
Sodium
968.7mg
40%
Potassium
1034.9mg
30%
Total Carbohydrate
78.0g
26%
Dietary Fiber
7.6g
30%
Sugars
3.9g
Protein
14.8g
Vitamin C
116.70%
117%
Calcium
21.80%
22%
Iron
32.70%
33%

Exchanges:

*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

More About This Recipe

  • You know you're giggling right now.Is this not the most ridiculous thing you've ever seen in your entire life? You WANT to hate it. You do. But dudes, it's a freaking rainbow.Why again did I make you a rainbow pizza? Oh, let me just lay it out for you:A) Pizza could and should just go ahead and take the place of my blood.B) Vegetables are good and pretty and pretty and good.C) I ran out of unicorn sparkler decorations for muffins.D) IT'S A FREAKING RAINBOW.Aaaand here we go! Grab a Pillsbury Artisan Pizza Crust, some maters, taters, pesto, a yellow squash, a green bell and an orange bell.Bake her up and….rainbow! You're so laughing right now.I want to say "taste the rainbow" but I don't want to get sued and/or dropkicked.Aside from the fact that this is completely hilarious, it's actually REALLY REALLY tasty. You should totally rainbow.

Ingredients for the pizza base:

  • 1 cup of quinoa, uncooked – 120g
  • 1/3 cup of water – 80ml
  • 1 large tablespoon of olive oil – 10ml
  • 1/2 teaspoon of baking powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon of salt

Ingredients – toppings:

  • 1 cup of passata
  • 1 cup of grated cheese e.g. cheddar or parmesan
  • Chopped vegetables to make a rainbow – here are some ideas:
    • Red – cherry tomatoes, red pepper
    • Orange – orange pepper, carrot
    • Yellow – sweetcorn, yellow pepper, pineapple
    • Green – broccoli, spinach, basil, peas
    • Purple/blue – red onion, red cabbage, beetroot

    Ingredients

    • 1 tube pre-made sugar cookie dough
    • Vanilla frosting
    • Strawberries, sliced
    • Clementines, peeled and separated
    • Kiwi, sliced
    • Blueberries
    • Dinner plate, to create rainbow shape
    • All-purpose flour, for dusting surface

    Preheat oven to 350ºF. Place a sheet of parchment paper on a large wooden cutting board and sprinkle with all-purpose flour. Using a floured rolling pin, roll the dough out onto the prepared parchment paper into a large rectangle. Place a dinner plate onto the center of the dough, press down to make an indentation, and, using the rim of the plate as a guide, use a sharp knife to trim around the plate&rsquos edges. Remove the trimmed dough and lift the plate. Cut the circle of dough in half (saving one half for a second rainbow if you choose), then trim around the indentation made by the inner center of the plate, creating a rainbow shape.

    Using parchment paper, transfer the dough rainbow onto a baking sheet. Bake for 15 minutes on parchment, then allow to cool. Once cool, frost with vanilla frosting. Add sliced strawberries, oranges, kiwis, and blueberries in layers to create a rainbow pattern.


    Veggie Rainbow Pizza

    Veggie Rainbow Pizza- a healthy festive meal for St. Patrick’s Day or Meatless Monday!

    Why does time have to fly by so fast?! Especially during spring break?!

    Nick’s been studying everyday but at least he has the nights free and is a little less stressed. The other day he even came home early so we could go to the zoo as a family before our passes expire. Carly really enjoyed the zoo this time with daddy lifting her up so she could easily spot the animals. Since there were two of us we also let her get out of the stroller and walk a bit. She had a ball! She is really starting to love being independent. Maybe a little too much. The rule about holding my hand doesn’t always stick that’s got me contemplating getting one of those leashes for kids. Don’t think I can bring myself to do that though so she’ll just have to learn to hold my hand or sit. Probably better that way.

    Well it was a fun time but I was definitely struggling as we walked around the whole zoo. And when I say the “whole zoo” I mean it. There’s a secondary exit we usually leave from and when we got close we found it was blocked by construction so we headed back but instead of going through the way we came we accidentally took the long perimeter route up an enormous hill (I’m terrible with directions). I made Nick hunch over and push the stroller (umbrella strollers definitely weren’t made for 6 foot men to push) and was wishing I had not cared so much about fashion and instead worn yoga pants and tennis shoes. But we made it back to the car and then decided to treat ourselves to a delicious dinner at Texas Roadhouse… at 4:30. Haha! There were actually quite a few people already there although we might have been the only ones under 65. We like to eat early.

    Speaking of eating, how about some yummy Veggie Rainbow Pizza!? Yay. Happy Pizza Night! I am a big fan of pizza. I LOVE sauce, cheese, a mountain of toppings, and the delicious crust cooked perfectly on a pizza stone. Speaking of the crust, you’ve got to make my No Knead, No Rise Pizza Dough! You can have your pizza on the table in just 30 minutes! Plus, you can make it with some whole wheat flour like I did to be a little healthier.

    I know the typical thing to eat for St. Patrick’s Day is Corned Beef and Cabbage but the last time I had it I… we’ll just say it wasn’t nearly as good as pizza. I know I should try it again but I don’t want to spend the money and time to then be disappointed, ya know? So I decided to run with the whole “rainbows & leprechauns” thing to make a delicious AND healthy meal that the whole family will enjoy. Plus it can really be made/eaten any time of the year.

    So yeah, there’s a whole rainbow of colorful veggies on this pizza. Red tomatoes oh and the sauce, orange bell peppers, yellow bell peppers, green broccoli (you could use green pepper but I wanted a variety of texture), blue… sorry, blueberries just didn’t cut it, purple red onions (why are they called red onions when they are totally purple?!), and white mozzarella cheese. There are so many other veggie color options but these came together quite nicely but feel free to switch things up! And let me know so I can try it in the future! Enjoy!


    Preparation

    Prepare pizza crust according to package directions. Divide dough into 2 portions.

    On lightly floured work surface, roll out each portion into large rectangle, about 1/4 inch (5 mm) thick. Using pizza cutter or knife, carefully cut each rectangle to form an upside-down “U” shape to resemble the silhouette of a rainbow. Transfer pizzas to 2 parchment paper–lined baking sheets.

    Spread sauce over dough in circular motion to edges of crust. Sprinkle with mozzarella. Arrange rows of cherry tomatoes, orange pepper, corn, broccoli and red onion over top to resemble colours of a rainbow.

    Bake according to package directions. Let cool for 5 minutes before serving. Cut slices crosswise, so that each serving includes each colour of the rainbow.

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    Ingredients for the pizza base:

    • 1 cup of quinoa, uncooked – 120g
    • 1/3 cup of water – 80ml
    • 1 large tablespoon of olive oil – 10ml
    • 1/2 teaspoon of baking powder
    • 1/2 teaspoon of salt

    Ingredients – toppings:

    • 1 cup of passata
    • 1 cup of grated cheese e.g. cheddar or parmesan
    • Chopped vegetables to make a rainbow – here are some ideas:
      • Red – cherry tomatoes, red pepper
      • Orange – orange pepper, carrot
      • Yellow – sweetcorn, yellow pepper, pineapple
      • Green – broccoli, spinach, basil, peas
      • Purple/blue – red onion, red cabbage, beetroot

      • 1 prepared cauliflower pizza crust
      • 4 ounces cream cheese, softened
      • ¼ cup sour cream
      • ½ teaspoon dried dill weed
      • dash of garlic powder
      • ½ cup grape tomatoes, sliced
      • ½ cup orange bell pepper, diced
      • ½ cup yellow bell pepper, diced
      • ½ cup broccoli, chopped
      • ½ cup red cabbage, chopped
      • 1 cup cauliflower florets
      • ½ yellow bell pepper, cut lengthwise (pith and seeds removed)
      • ½ cup prepared cheese dip
      1. Bake pizza crust according to package instructions. Let cool completely.
      2. Cut off the bottom ½-inch of the pizza (forming a dome shape). Using a knife, cut out the bottom center of the crust, making a rainbow arc.
      3. In a small bowl, mix cream cheese, sour cream, dill, and garlic powder until smooth. Spread the mixture evenly over the cooled crust.
      4. Starting with the outside of the pizza and working in, add layers of chopped veggies in a rainbow pattern (tomatoes, orange pepper, yellow pepper, broccoli, cabbage).
      5. Arrange cauliflower florets at the end of the rainbow to resemble clouds.
      6. Add cheese dip to yellow bell pepper half. (Use the dip for pizza slices and/or cauliflower chunks.)
      7. Cut pizza into 8 equal slices. Serve immediately or cover and refrigerate.

      Disclaimer: The experiences and suggestions recounted in these articles are not intended as medical advice, and they are not necessarily the "typical" experiences of families with a child who has type 1 diabetes. These situations are unique to the families depicted. Families should check with their healthcare professionals regarding the treatment of type 1 diabetes and the frequency of blood glucose monitoring.


      Ingredients

      • 1 tube pre-made sugar cookie dough
      • Vanilla frosting
      • Strawberries, sliced
      • Clementines, peeled and separated
      • Kiwi, sliced
      • Blueberries
      • Dinner plate, to create rainbow shape
      • All-purpose flour, for dusting surface

      Preheat oven to 350ºF. Place a sheet of parchment paper on a large wooden cutting board and sprinkle with all-purpose flour. Using a floured rolling pin, roll the dough out onto the prepared parchment paper into a large rectangle. Place a dinner plate onto the center of the dough, press down to make an indentation, and, using the rim of the plate as a guide, use a sharp knife to trim around the plate&rsquos edges. Remove the trimmed dough and lift the plate. Cut the circle of dough in half (saving one half for a second rainbow if you choose), then trim around the indentation made by the inner center of the plate, creating a rainbow shape.

      Using parchment paper, transfer the dough rainbow onto a baking sheet. Bake for 15 minutes on parchment, then allow to cool. Once cool, frost with vanilla frosting. Add sliced strawberries, oranges, kiwis, and blueberries in layers to create a rainbow pattern.


      Veggie Rainbow Pizza

      Veggie Rainbow Pizza- a healthy festive meal for St. Patrick’s Day or Meatless Monday!

      Why does time have to fly by so fast?! Especially during spring break?!

      Nick’s been studying everyday but at least he has the nights free and is a little less stressed. The other day he even came home early so we could go to the zoo as a family before our passes expire. Carly really enjoyed the zoo this time with daddy lifting her up so she could easily spot the animals. Since there were two of us we also let her get out of the stroller and walk a bit. She had a ball! She is really starting to love being independent. Maybe a little too much. The rule about holding my hand doesn’t always stick that’s got me contemplating getting one of those leashes for kids. Don’t think I can bring myself to do that though so she’ll just have to learn to hold my hand or sit. Probably better that way.

      Well it was a fun time but I was definitely struggling as we walked around the whole zoo. And when I say the “whole zoo” I mean it. There’s a secondary exit we usually leave from and when we got close we found it was blocked by construction so we headed back but instead of going through the way we came we accidentally took the long perimeter route up an enormous hill (I’m terrible with directions). I made Nick hunch over and push the stroller (umbrella strollers definitely weren’t made for 6 foot men to push) and was wishing I had not cared so much about fashion and instead worn yoga pants and tennis shoes. But we made it back to the car and then decided to treat ourselves to a delicious dinner at Texas Roadhouse… at 4:30. Haha! There were actually quite a few people already there although we might have been the only ones under 65. We like to eat early.

      Speaking of eating, how about some yummy Veggie Rainbow Pizza!? Yay. Happy Pizza Night! I am a big fan of pizza. I LOVE sauce, cheese, a mountain of toppings, and the delicious crust cooked perfectly on a pizza stone. Speaking of the crust, you’ve got to make my No Knead, No Rise Pizza Dough! You can have your pizza on the table in just 30 minutes! Plus, you can make it with some whole wheat flour like I did to be a little healthier.

      I know the typical thing to eat for St. Patrick’s Day is Corned Beef and Cabbage but the last time I had it I… we’ll just say it wasn’t nearly as good as pizza. I know I should try it again but I don’t want to spend the money and time to then be disappointed, ya know? So I decided to run with the whole “rainbows & leprechauns” thing to make a delicious AND healthy meal that the whole family will enjoy. Plus it can really be made/eaten any time of the year.

      So yeah, there’s a whole rainbow of colorful veggies on this pizza. Red tomatoes oh and the sauce, orange bell peppers, yellow bell peppers, green broccoli (you could use green pepper but I wanted a variety of texture), blue… sorry, blueberries just didn’t cut it, purple red onions (why are they called red onions when they are totally purple?!), and white mozzarella cheese. There are so many other veggie color options but these came together quite nicely but feel free to switch things up! And let me know so I can try it in the future! Enjoy!


      Lifestyle and food blog Oh, Bite It! shares the recipe to create a rainbow cheese pizza dish accented with bright neon hues. The dish turns a rainbow into an edible masterpiece by making use of unexpected colors.

      The Rainbow Pizza is a simple enough dish to make, that optimizes on the mozzarella cheese's white hue as a base to add neon colors. The colors are added using food dye and then swirled into the cheese while it is melted, to created a marbled design effect. The pizza will taste the same as regular cheese pizza, while appearing as a rainbow.

      While the Oh, Bite It! Rainbow Pizza opts for food coloring to add the different bright shades to the cheese, consumers can also experiment with different naturally colored food purees to add -- such as blueberry, tomato and pesto.


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