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Mediterranean Sandwich press pizza

A healthy pizza, perfect for lunch and dinner (or even breakfast)

15 mins
9 ingredients
$3.41 / person
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Mediterranean Sandwich press pizza

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Serves = 1

  • 1 Wholemeal/Multi-grain wrap

  • 1 Tbsp tomato paste, no added salt

  • 4 thin slices pumpkin

  • 4 thin slices eggplant

  • 6 thin slices zucchini

  • 1/4 capsicum (any colour), cut into thin strips

  • 6 olives, cut in half

  • 4 cherry tomatoes, cut into quarters

  • Handful of baby spinach

It’s this easy

  • Preheat your sandwich press

  • Cover the wholemeal wrap with the tomato paste

  • Layer the pumpkin, zucchini and eggplant over the wrap. Avoid layering the vegetables too thick, otherwise they won’t cook properly. Scatter strips of capsicum, tomatoes and olives on top

  • Carefully place the wrap onto the bottom plate of the sandwich press. Closing the top carefully and cook for roughly 8 minutes, or until slightly browned and vegetables are cooked through (can be pierced with a fork).

  • Open the sandwich press and tear baby spinach over the top of the pizza and close the lid for another 2 minutes, to wilt the spinach.

  • Carefully remove the pizza from the sandwich press and cut the pizza into 4 pieces. Enjoy!


  • Top the pizza with fresh basil to add extra flavour.

  • Add a sprinkle of cheese with the spinach, or some cooked chicken breast for extra protein.


Nutrition information (per serve):

  • Energy (1512kJ)
  • Protein (12.1g)
  • Total fat (12.4g)
  • Saturated fat (4.0g)
  • Carbohydrate (47.1g); Starch (33.1g), Sugars (14g), Added sugars (2.2g), Free Sugars (2.2g)
  • Dietary Fibre (10g)
  • Sodium (694 mg)
  • Calcium (114 mg)
  • Iron (3.8 mg)


Contains: Gluten, Sesame, Wheat, FODMAPs.
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