Pizza Stir Fry Recipe

Healthy Pizza Stir Fry Recipe- Kid approved

Pizza is definitely a kid favorite, but not so much a health promoting one. My kids love our alternative, Meatza, but it is messy to make and takes multiple pans. I’m a huge fan of stir-frys and decided that the ingredients of Pizza, minus the processed junk crust would make a great stir fry.

After a few tries, I finally have a recipe that I really like and that the kids seem to love. In fact, I had to make it twice to get a picture because they ate the first batch before I could photograph it. This also make a surprisingly good breakfast, or leftovers can be used in making a pizza omelet, another kid favorite!

Healthy Pizza Stir Fry Recipe- Kid approved

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Pizza Stir Fry Recipe (Like Pizza With Extra Veggies!)




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An easy stir fry that kids love! Instead of a refined flour crust, this simple stir-fry has all the flavors of pizza with a bunch of healthy veggies for a delicious but guilt-free meal!


  • 10 (or more) ounces of pre-sliced nitrate-free pepperoni
  • 1 pound ground nitrate free Italian Sausage
  • 1 lb zucchini or yellow squash
  • 1-2 cups sliced mushrooms (optional)
  • 2 cups fresh spinach
  • 1 large onion
  • Spices: 1 tablespoon each of Italian Seasoning (or mix basil, oregano and thyme) and garlic powder
  • Optional toppings: Canned black olives, banana peppers or fresh pepper slices
  • Optional: 1 cup pasta or pizza sauce to top 
  • optional: Mozarella or parmesan cheese to top


  1. Brown the sausage until cooked over medium high heat in a large skillet
  2. While cooking, peel and dice the zucchini and onion and slice the mushrooms if not pre-sliced.
  3. Remove sausage from pan and add vegetables. Saute until starting to get tender.
  4. At this point, add the sausage back in. Separate pepperoni slices and add.
  5. Add spinach and black olives, banana peppers or very thinly sliced fresh peppers if using.
  6. Cook until all are heated and spinach is wilted. Spice to taste
  7. When cooked, top with pasta/pizza sauce (heat if necessary) and cheese (if using)
  8. Enjoy!

Courses Main

Cuisine American

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Reader Comments

  1. Dinner tomorrow, for sure.  I’m excited about this recipe.

  2. Looks good!  I have absolutely never found nitrite-free pepperoni around here, though.  Is there a brand or link you could share?  

    • Applegate is a great brand and is sold in most health food stores and some grocery stores.  Check their website to see if there  is a store near you that carries it.

    • Hi!  Hormel foods has a nitrite-free pepperoni.  It’s been pretty easy for me to find it in my local grocery store.  HTH!  ~Talya

  3. Making this tonight! 

  4. I made this last night and let me just say that it was stupid good! I altered it a bit to fit our taste, but WOWSERS. DH even loved it and he is a hardcore fanatic about having “real” pizza. 

  5. We enjoyed every bite of this recipe.. I have not been able to find a pizza dough I like or if it was one I liked, I had a reaction to an ingredient. I so don’t have to worry about that with this recipe. This may be a weekly meal.. at least for a while.. lol.. Thanks!!

  6. Made this last night, soooo yummy!! Thank you for sharing!

  7. I make stir fried pancakes for breakfast. I fry up some of our home grown turkey sausage. Add some butter to the pan. I add extra eggs to my pancake recipe and leave out any oil. When the butter is sizzling I pour in the batter. Let it cook until well set on the bottom then start gently turning it over and stirring until all of the bite sized pieces are lightly browned. Then I stir a little maple syrup in. If you put some Stevia in the batter you can get by with less syrup.
    This was especially nice when my children were all little, no cutting pancakes or pouring syrup and buttering at the table. It’s all done before it gets to the table.

  8. I’ve been known to make a great pizza crust, and with part whole wheat flour I assumed it was healthier. Now that I’m grain free, I don’t have to miss out on that pizza taste anymore. Thanks for the recipe!

  9. I literally just made this and it’s amazing!!! I got home from work just an hour ago and managed to make this meal while wrangling two toddlers in a short amount of time. Adding this to my repitoire for sure!