Easy To Create Rustic Veggie Loaded Easy Pizza Recipe

Friday is traditionally Pizza Nite in my home and garden.  In this post, I share a veggie-loaded easy Pizza recipe you’ll want to create every night of the week.

Loaded Veggie Pizza Recipe

Loaded Veggie Pizza

With this recipe using Naan bread, you can have pizza night any day of the week.  Naan bread is super easy to freeze and defrost without losing flavor or texture.  I hope you will give this one a try because the Naan bread used as the pizza crust is really tasty and convenient to use.

Vegetarian Pizza

Vegetarian Pizza


  • 1 Eggplant (medium) sliced into ¼” slices
  • 1 Zucchini (Medium) sliced into ¼” slices
  • ½ cup Roasted Red Sweet Peppers (packaged) sliced into ½” strips
  • ½ cup Goat Cheese
  • 4 slices Kontos Collections Tandoori Rustics Naan Flatbread (Garlic)
  • 2 cups Arugula
  • 4 each Sundried tomatoes
  • Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO)
  • 8 each, Calamata Olives, pitted and sliced


  1. Coat vegetables with EVOO.
  2. Grill eggplant, and zucchini over an open fire until grill marks appear and vegetables are
  3. soft.
  4. Lightly brush Kontos Rustics Collections Tandoori Naan Flatbread with olive oil and place
  5. on hot grill until grill marks lightly appear. Turn bread over and repeat procedure. Place
  6. on plate.
  7. Spread softened goat cheese on Kontos Rustics Collections Tandoori Naan Flatbread.
  8. Top with grilled slices of eggplant, zucchini and peppers
  9. Place arugula, sundried tomatoes and olives on top. Season with salt and FGBP. Top
  10. with EVOO.
  11. Serve with assorted olives.

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Loaded Veggie Topping Ideas

I am a veggie-loving gal especially when it comes to pizza.. who isn’t?   Here are a few of my favorites to grow and add to the homemade Pizza.  I hope my suggestions encourage you to try growing some of your own veggies for pizza nite.

Arugula – One topping I totally love on pizza is Arugula.  Arugala is super easy to grow and really stands out with it’s unique peppery taste.  You can’t go wrong when you grow your own Arugula.

Eggplant – Many do not like eggplant and I think that is because they are use to Grandmas eggplant.  The new patio varieties are perfect to harvest right off the plant and slice up for a pizza.

Let’s Connect

Is Pizza on your menu this weekend? I’d love to hear what unique toppings you use or if you’ve ever used Naan bread for the base of the pizza.  Weekends are full of foodie shares for me so be sure to follow me on Twitter for the latest – tastiest shares!

Happy Pizza Friday,


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