Zucchini pizza appetizers – Who needs a crust?

I like fried zucchini.

I like pizza.

I even like zucchini pizza. Whether it’s the kinda where you add slices atop a crust or where you make the crust out of zucchini slices.

So this was a no-brainer side dish and pre-dinner snack for us. It could’ve probably served as the main dish had we not enjoyed them so much before supper, oops, ha.

They’re certainly not the prettiest things, but they do taste good, so who cares?

Wanna make your own?

Slice zucchini, salt, and grill or fry. I filled my griddle with mine. Add some cheese and pepperoni (or whatever other toppings you might want). Cook a bit longer until the cheese melts.

Now mine were small slices and I chose to cut my pepperonis into quarters first (hence the triangle look). Mini pepperonis would make this look much better. Maybe add an olive slice in the middle of that, too? Would be presentable for company even. Yay summer get-togethers!


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    July 12, 2011

    what a great idea… Will have to try this as our Zucchini grows.

    stopping by from voiceboks

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    Bizzy B. Bakes
    July 17, 2011

    I am with you on crustless. This looks like fun to eat.

    When it comes to zucchini, I look for ways to beef it up and this is perfect.

    Thanks for the link to Let’s Do Brunch.

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    July 19, 2011

    sounds great and easy to do, i love to try it…thanks for sharing! visiting from FTF, have a great week. :)

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    April @ The 21st Century Housewife
    July 19, 2011

    What a great idea – and much better for you than appetizers with pastry or crusts! I really like the sound of your lovely Zucchini pizza appetizers. Thank you for sharing them with Let’s Do Brunch!

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    June 23, 2013

    Good idea, Jessi. Thanks for your contributions to the snack and treat table. Cheers

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