10 Reviews

So so so good! I made my own crust and prebaked it for 10 minutes. Didn't put any crushed red pepper on it. Really great!

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adventurousbeginner October 10, 2010

Hubby & I loved this. I used a pizza crust I made myself, and used vine ripened tomato instead of plum. I also didn't have any garlic powder or garlic, so I skipped that ingredient. Still it was a great meal, and really easy. We will keep this recipe on hand to make again. Thanks for posting it.

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TexasKelly May 22, 2010

I made many changes to this recipe based on what I had available but I'd like to think I stayed somewhat true to the recipe :-) I used fat free cottage cheese for the ricotta, a slice of whole wheat bread for the "crust" & omitted the pepper flakes & tomato. I "played" with some Italian seasonings I had in my spice rack & baked it in my toaster oven for 10 min at 400. It was so good--cheesy, flavorful & healthy. Thanks so much for sharing this; another great pizza!

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LUVMY2BOYS February 21, 2010

Great quick dinner!! I did make a few changes: left out the ricotta and tomato, spread the crust with pesto before topping with cheese, and added kalamata olives. Tasted like restaurant pizza to us. Great recipe!!

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Southern Bug October 06, 2009

Really good, even better than I thought it would be. Wouldn't change a thing. Leftovers were yummy, too. In less time than it takes for a pizza to be delivered, we had a healthy and delicious meal. I love those Cooking Light recipes. Thanks for sharing!

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LonghornMama August 30, 2009

We loved this. The leftovers don't stay good for very long, but it tastes great the day after. I added a thin layer of pizza sauce under the cheese and put some chicken in the cheese mixture because my bf doesn't think it is a meal without meat:) Overall, a tasty pizza.

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sbera007 July 30, 2009

I thought it was very good; however, the next time I will cut back in the amount of red pepper flakes and black pepper. A little too strong. Will make again. CSL

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marinerl March 12, 2007

I think this is a great recipe. A great change of pace if your used to the traditional idea of pizza. I used a pit more spinach because I was a fraid the basil would overpower the flavor. I don't think that's necessary as I said this is a delicious recipe as written. I may mix some roasted garlic in the ricotta mixture in the future for something different. I ended up using a homemade crust that I prebaked.

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riffraff March 26, 2006

This pizza is unusual but really delicious. I worred that the ricotta texture would take over, but it does not. I used dried basil, and mixed all the seasonings together before sprinkling -- they really add a nice kick. I brushed my pizza crust with olive oil before adding the toppings, and I used 2 Roma tomatoes. Guests & DH also really liked this.

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newspapergal March 06, 2006

I thought this was a nice alternative to the traditional style pizza. You're not going to get the stringy, gooey melted cheese that you do with the other, probably because of the ricotta. I combined the spices with the cheese mixture before spreading on the crust, and used sundried tomatoes. It did have a nice flavor and was definitely worth a try.

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Bread lover in WA February 26, 2006
White Pizza