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Pizza. It tends to be a favorite in many households. My boys love pizza and can never seem to get enough of it. Whether it’s hot wing pizza, Margherita pizza or a classic cheese pizza. I decided to lighten things up a bit and try to sneak in some veggies in a fun way by making a Veggie Dill Pizza. It worked for my little one! He tends to eat anything Mommy or Daddy are eating. I have had veggie pizza before but this time I took it up a notch and used Tastefully Simples Dill Pickle Dip Mix as the base and it was so flavorful!
We cut up some of our favorite veggies such as: carrots, cucumbers, tomatoes and broccoli to place on our pizza but you can add any kind of veggie that you and your family likes. My husband loves green peppers which would be a great on the pizza but my kids aren’t a fan of them.
We also enjoyed making this pizza in a mini form, this way each child or adult can decide what veggies they want on their own pizza. We used a refrigerated pizza crust to make things super simple but you could certainly use your own homemade crust that has been baked and cooled completely. If you are having a big family gathering you can always make this pizza in a full size form.
We topped our dill covered pizza squares with cheddar cheese but you could also top it with Colby Jack cheese.
Not only does this pizza look so colorful and is delicious it really is a great way to have your kids try something new in a fun way.
Veggie Dill Pizza
- 1 packet Tastefully Simple Dill Pickle Dip Mix
- 1/2 cup mayonnaise
- 1/2 cup sour cream
- 1 refrigerated pizza crust baked, cooled and cut into small squares. You can also leave it as a full size pizza if desired.
- Assorted cut veggies
- Shredded cheddar cheese
- Mix together dill pickle dip mix, mayonnaise and sour cream. Chill in refrigerator for 2 hours. Spread on top of cooled pizza crust squares. Top with cheddar cheese and favorite cut veggies. Refrigerate until ready to serve or serve immediately.
What are some ways you try to get your kids to eat more veggies?