Get all the pizza goodness you crave in this healthy Zoodle Pizza Casserole Recipe! It’s quick and easy to make and is absolutely delicious.
When you’re craving pizza but want to steer clear of the carbs, make this Zoodle Pizza Casserole!
How familiar are you with the term “zoodles“? I can tell you that every time I type it out, my computer underlines it, like it’s a misspelled word. ? Well people, it’s a thing! Zucchini + Noodles = Zoodles.
My oldest son bought me a spiralizer for my birthday a couple of years ago and I love it. It has different blades to make different sizes of noodles. You can use all different kinds of veggies and fruits to make noodles of all shapes and sizes. I probably make zoodles the most with it, though.
Another love of mine is pizza! Who doesn’t love a slice of pizza? Homemade Pizza is my favorite. But let’s be honest, pizza is pretty much all carbs and you can eat like 5 slices before you’re full. Soooo…why not make some zoodles and add pizza toppings to it so it will taste like pizza?!
This Zoodle Pizza Casserole Recipe is seriously amazing. It’s one of the best recipes. You guys, make this.
Make this Zoodle Pizza Casserole Recipe today!
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Zoodle Pizza Casserole + Cookbook Giveaway!
- 3 10-12 oz zucchini
- 1 1/2 tsp. kosher salt
- 2 eggs lightly beaten
- 2 cups mozzarella cheese divided
- 1/4 cup grated parmesan cheese
- 1/4 cup all-purpose flour
- 2 Tbsp. cornmeal
- 1 8- oz. jar pizza sauce
- 1/3 cup sliced fresh mushrooms
- 1/4 cup chopped green sweet pepper
- 1/4 cup sliced pitted black olives
- Preheat oven to 400ºF. Coat a 3 quart bring dish with cooking spray.
- Using a spiraizer, cut zucchini into long, thin noodles (zoodles). Place in a colander and sprinkle with salt. Toss gently. Let stand 15-20 minutes. Pat dry with paper towels.
- Meanwhile, in a large bowl combine eggs, 1/2 cup of the mozzarella cheese, the parmesan cheese, flour and cornmeal. Stir in zoodles. Transfer to prepared dish. Bake for 10 minutes or until set and no excess liquid remains.
- Spread with pizza sauce. Top with remaining 1 1/2 cups mozzarella cheese, mushrooms, green sweet pepper, and olives. Bake 15 to 20 minutes more or until cheese is light brown.
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I would love a copy of the cookbook!
Also recipe looks delicious! Look like a great healthy alternative to a standard spaghetti casserole.
Pizza zoodles sounds delicious! Could we sub the cornmeal for more flour? I don’t keep cornmeal on hand.
I wonder if the cookbook has Instant Pot recipes? Thanks for doing a giveaway!
Kathy E. says
I love zoodles and this recipe sounds so good! We are on the road to better health here, so great recipes like this really help, especially when we can get more vegetables into our dishes. One of my first cookbooks was a Better Homes & Gardens cookbook…over 35 years ago as a young bride!
I rarely eat vegetables, but I try to want to eat them. I’ve heard of zoodles, but didn’t know how to use them. Thank you for this casserole.
Lori H says
I like the low-carb aspect of the Zoodle Pizza Casserole, and that I can squeeze more veggies into my day. Can’t wait to make it!
Deborah Harrington says
Can’t wait to try the Zoodle Pizza Casserole; sounds and look so good. Thank you for the opportunity for a chance to win this cookbook; not sure which edition I have, but it’s OLD! Happy Halloween, Jen ??
Andrea Johnson says
I love zoodles and making a pizza casserole more healthy can help with my WW meals!
I like that its a spin off of pizza! We love pizza.
I would love to win this cookbook 🙂 It would make a great early Christmas gift to myself!
Carol B says
Sound awesome, going to try it tonight!
John Smith says
“Leave a comment on any of your favorite recipes from the older editions.” One of the older editions taught us to combine beef and Italian sausage when making a good lasagna! It makes an excellent lasagna!
I love cookbooks and would really like to add this one to my collection!
Forgot to mention — I like this particular recipe because I love zucchini and am always looking for new ways to use my spiralizer!
Cassandra D says
What I like about the Zoodle Pizza Casserole Recipe is the prep time..
This looks so good. Thanks for the recipe.
I look forward to making this wonderful pizza casserole. Sounds easy and healthy. Thanks so much for sharing this recipe.
This was super easy (I used store bought zoodles) and my husband and son even liked it to get the taste of pizza without the carbs.
Great as written! But… the second time I made it, I found it even better by baking the “crust” for the full 20 minutes, THEN putting it under the broiler until lightly browned.
Follow the rest of the steps as written., adding the toppings, etc. (Go ahead and put on some pepperoni, onion, Italian seasoning, whatever you like on a pizza.) Bake as directed in the original recipe, preferably going for the full 20 minutes.
THEN just before serving, broil it again for a minute until the cheese and toppings are lightly browned.
Great job, Jen! You’ve got a keto winner here!