Spinach Tomato Tortilla Pizza

If you guys know me by now, then you know that a lot of my recipes are random as hell. I walk into my kitchen. I look at what ingredients I have, and I think of what I can make from there. I do this because I just have a thing about making constant runs to the grocery store in the middle of the week.

Seriously. Working a full-time job, picking up my two-year old in the evenings, and trying to get home to make dinner all in one day just isn't my style. So, I prefer to make due of what I have. This night in particular, I had tortillas (I always have tortillas) along with some veggies. Usually I'd opt for a quesadilla. They're so easy to make and doesn't take long, but my tastebuds were screaming for something just a tad different. Can I make a flatbread using just a tortilla?

Vegetarian Spinach Tomato Tortilla Pizza

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You absolutely can!

This dinner was pretty simple to create. All I had to do was breakout the tortillas, dice up my veggies, add some creamy sauce, and sprinkle some cheese on top. It's so easy I'm not even sure it should classify as a recipe. But, I want to share with you all to provide ideas and options for a vegetarian meal.

For the sauce I used a store bought alfredo sauce. Again, it was something I had in my pantry and thought it would taste amazing on this tortilla pizza. And...it did! It turned out amazing.

Don't you love when you randomly try a recipe and it turns out perfectly? Here's what I did to create two servings:

Serving Size: 2 servings

Spinach Tomato Tortilla Pizza

  • 2 flour tortillas
  • Sprinkle of garlic powder
  • 2 handfuls of spinach
  • 1/2 of a yellow onion
  • 8 grape tomatoes
  • 2 Tbsp of Alfredo Sauce (1 per pizza). I used a store bought brand
  • Sprinkle of Fiesta shredded cheese blend

  • Preheat your oven to 350°F
  • Dice your spinach, onions, and grape tomatoes
  • Take your tortillas and add a small bit of vegetable oil on top. Just enough to coat the tortilla
  • Sprinkle the garlic powder on top until evenly coated
  • Taking a tablespoon of the alfredo sauce, add to your tortilla and spread it out evenly
  • Begin applying your spinach, tomatoes, and onions. In no particular. Spread out evenly across the tortilla
  • Sprinkle your cheese over top the veggies and add to the oven
  • Allow to bake for 15-20 minutes or until tortilla is slightly crisp

Vegetarian Spinach Tomato Tortilla Pizza

What I like about this recipe as well is that it has spinach. If I can add spinach to every meal I would. I'm not all that great at getting in my leafy greens. So, this recipe allows me to take advantage of that. Spinach is so rich in fiber and iron, which are both essential nutrients needs in my diet.

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Vegetarian Spinach Tomato Tortilla Pizza

Will you be giving this a try?

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