Veggie Pizza Bites
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Makes: 10 servings
A quick and healthy snack!
Red pepper hummus
1. Slice the zucchini in 0.25 inch thick circles. Dice the red pepper and mushrooms into small pieces. Smaller the better, since they will be your toppings.
2. Toss everything into a boiling pot of water and cook for 2 to 3 minutes. This is to help make the vegetables tender for the toddler. If this is for older children and adults, you can skip this step. Drain the vegetables.
3. Place zucchini circles on a plate. Spread a small amount of red pepper hummus onto each circle. Red pepper hummus best imitates tomato sauce in real pizzas, but if color doesn?t matter to you, feel free to use any other flavor of hummus.
4. Sprinkle the diced veggies on top. Let cool and enjoy. You can use any other veggie toppings on your veggie pizza bites, too. Red pepper and mushrooms just happen to be the ones my daughter loves.
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