Quick Mini Microwave Neveroni Pizzas! Vegetarian

Jacquelyn Quattro


My boys created this recipe and we all love it! It's quick and it tastes good!


★★★★★ 1 vote

5 Min


  • 4-6
    wheat crackers
  • ·
    marinara sauce or traditional tomato sauce
  • ·
    shredded low-fat mozzarella cheese
  • ·
    chopped smoked sundried tomatoes
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    oregano, dried - garlic powder

How to Make Quick Mini Microwave Neveroni Pizzas! Vegetarian


  1. Arrange wheat crackers on a microwavable plate. Spoon tomato sauce onto crackers.
  2. Add shredded low-fat mozzarella cheese to the tops of the tomato sauce covered crackers. Sprinkle tops with chopped smoked sundried tomatoes, dried oregano and garlic powder.

    The smoked sundried tomatoes will give the pizza a flavor similar to that of pepperoni.
  3. Place the plate of pizza crackers in the microwave oven. Cook for 1/2 minute or less depending on the power of your microwave oven. Watch closely. Remove when cheese melts.

    These mini pizzas can also be baked on a cookie sheet in a conventional oven.
    Bake in oven preheated @ 350 until cheese melts.

    Feel free to add chopped veggies and a dot of Extra Virgin Olive Oil!

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About Quick Mini Microwave Neveroni Pizzas! Vegetarian

Course/Dish: Other Snacks
Dietary Needs: Vegetarian

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