I don’t have a garden. If I did, I wouldn’t know what to do with it. But I like the idea of a garden, and having a plethora of fresh fruits, veggies, and herbs in my back yard (and fewer trips to the grocery store).
Recently, some of the families in my neighborhood put together a Crop Drop–a place to drop any excess crops from your garden. Anything that is dropped is up for grabs.
I grabbed myself two giant zucchinis. And then I made this Zucchini Pizza Casserole.
You start by making a cheesy zucchini crust.
Topped with a beefy tomato sauce layer.
Topped off with more cheese and some bell peppers, cooked until it’s hot and melty.
At first, I wasn’t sure why it was called a pizza casserole. It really tastes nothing like pizza. But it has a crust, tomato sauce, and is loaded with cheese. Everything a traditional pizza entails. And the entire pan disappeared as fast a box of pizza does around here!
If you’ve got an abundance of zucchini from your garden this year, give this one a try!