I’m not exactly Martha Stewart when it comes to creating whimsical looking recipes, but trust me, I try. While I love producing dishes that have a lot of visual appeal by way of different shapes, colors and textures, I often feel so pinched for time that a lot of the creativity I would like to put into meals just doesn’t happen. Having said that, these Whole Wheat Bagel Wreath Pizzas are my idea of a recipe that is quick to prepare but also eye catching enough to get kids excited.
Whether you’re wanting to make a simple lunch or a special treat for a kids holiday party, these wreaths deliver on the whimsy and are tons of fun!
Whole Wheat Bagel Wreath Pizza
- 4 whole wheat bagels, cut in half
- 1 cup shredded mozzarella cheese
- 1/2 cup pizza sauce
- 1/2 cup broccoli, peas and/or green beans, steamed
- 1 roasted red bell peppers, thinly sliced
- Preheat oven to 450 F.
- Spread 1 tablespoon of sauce on each slice of bagel.
- Top each bagel with 2 tablespoons of cheese, then arrange vegetables on top to resemble a wreath.
- Cut bell peppers into thin strips to make the ribbon for each wreath.
- Place wreaths on a foil lined baking sheet and bake for 10-12 minutes.
Oh this looks so cute! I want to eat one right now.!
[…] Recipe adapted from Weelicious.com. […]
this is so much fun love it
So clever! We’ve got a pizza loving toddler (we actually live in Italy) plus guests coming for Christmas, including another toddler. This veggie pizza is now on the menu. Thanks and consider me your newest fan!
so inventive! love this…
I made this with a large pizza and used a round cookie cutter to cut out the center. My family raved!
Looks great…can’t wait to make it
Green asparagus tips would be great, too!
what about green asparagus tips? i think that would be cute too…great idea.
This is super cute. I think I’m gonna make them for a holiday potluck lunch.
Catherine, you don’t need fancy creativity…your recipes are awesome in the most important ways, FLAVOR and NUTRITION! But I think this is super cute and very appealing. Thanks!
My kids would love that with chives. They are always eating them straight out of the garden each summer. I can always tell of course because they reek of onion. LOL!