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Vegetarian Pizza (no sauce involved)

Vegeterian Pizza

I must come clean and admit that: I’m always watching cooking shows, reading cooking books, pinning recipe, sharing and creating new dishes.

I’ve been following a blogger for a few years (around 2009-2010) and I always liked her recipes and fell in love with her website design and her writing style. I was very excited when she got a cooking TV show literally as if it was me on the TV show.

The following recipe has Ree Drummond written all over, with a few minor changes of my own, but I’m sure Ree won’t mind. One of the changes is that I use pizza dough, while Ree uses the mixture for cheesy bread.

This recipe yields 2 medium pizza's


2 cups of black olives (pitted and drained)

1 cup of pimiento-stuffed green olives (drained)

2 stalks green onions

1 garlic clove (mashed)

1/2 cup mayonnaise

½ cup of mozzarella cheese (grated)

½ cup Gouda cheese (grated)

1 cup of mushrooms (sautéed)

1 round pizza crust, cooked (store bought or check recipe for pizza dough)


1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.

2. In the food processor chop both olives, green onion.

3. In a bowl combine: olives with onions, mayonnaise, mushroom and cheeses.

Ree’s Tips:

1. The mixture can also be refrigerated (up to 2 days) and used as a dip. Great with crackers!

2. In the picture I just did green olives, mushrooms and yellow bell peppers.


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