Spinach Feta Pizza For One


Spinach Feta Pizza For One
Spinach Feta Pizza For One

Spinach Feta Pizza For One


1 large whole wheat pita

¼ cup ricotta cheese

⅛ tsp garlic powder

⅓ cup chopped frozen spinach, thawed with excess liquid squeezed out

3-4 slices fresh tomato

2 tbls feta cheese

¼ tsp dried oregano


Heat oven to 400͒.

Place pita on baking sheet. Mix ricotta and garlic powder, spread over pita to edge. Top with spinach, tomato and feta. Sprinkle with oregano.

Bake until edges of pita are golden brown, about 12 minutes, Serve warm.


1 serving, 340 calories



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14 Replies to “Spinach Feta Pizza For One”

  1. Hi Cynthia

    This looks fabulous and like I could maybe do it! For many years I didn’t eat pizza because I thought I didn’t like it – the only one I had eaten was one I made at school! (It was awful.) Thank God I discovered the joys of pizza and am looking forward to trying this one. Will check out some more recipes too.



    1. Oh, Jean! I’m so sorry your “school pizza” experience ruined your desire for the good stuff for so many years! Ouch! I remember when I was in school, the school lunch pizzas were made with American cheese and tomato sauce (I think). I’m glad that you’ve discovered the Real Deal.

  2. We can add leafy green spinach salad with feta cheese and tomatoes as these are also perfect toppings to go on top of a homemade whole wheat pizza crust. Once you sell your kids on the fact that you’re having pizza for dinner, they won’t even realize they’re eating vegetables because it’s so delicious.

    1. It’s a true story! In the eyes of kids, pizza is pizza is pizza. You can always sprinkle it with a bit of cheddar if you’re afraid that they’ll spy the veggies. 😉

  3. Hello Cynthia! Thank you for this recipe! My family eats homemade pizza every Friday. And just lately, we tried chicken burritos. And I am on the look for other special recipes to try on Fridays to have variations. And I think this will be a good one to try. Do you think it’s possible to make homemade pitta bread to go with this recipe?

    1. I haven’t tried to make my own pitas (yet) but I often make pizzas using this naan recipe, which has a similar texture.  The great thing about the naan dough is that it can rest in your refrigerator for up to 36 until you’re ready to use it!

  4. This pizza looks absolutely delicious. I was surprised that the recipe uses Ricotta cheese and not the normal Mozzarella that you use on pizza traditionally. Does the Ricotta melt as nicely as the Mozzarella does?

    I am definitely going to try this hack as I think the Ricotta does contain less fat and less salt than Mozzarella, and it sounds just as delicious. I am going to add some chicken strips as well as I love chicken pizza.

    1. Neither ricotta nor feta cheeses melt which makes a very nice “non-gooey” pizza.  I think chicken would be a great addition to it!

  5. Thanks so much for sharing a great spinach feta pizza for one recipe, I love pizza, but I get tired of the same type of pizza always, so I was looking for a different recipe and it sounds like making a spinach with feta cheese will be a winner, and this is a lighter pizza to have, it looks even better! 

    1. I’m a big fan of pizza as well and, like you, I’m always looking for interesting ways to jazz it up.  I hope you enjoy this one!

  6. Hi there, this pizza with spinach and feta certainly looks and sounds yummy. I have never thought of using pita bread as a base, so this can cut down on the preparation time for the base quite a lot. 

    Do you slice the pitta open, like when you are going to fill it, and spread it open, or do you leave it closed to be a thicker base then?

    1. I use the entire pita as I prefer a thicker base but there’s no reason that it can’t be split for a thinner base and/or to get more pizzas out of the package!

  7. Hi there,

    This pizza looks stunning; thank you for sharing this excellent recipe. I’ll try it this weekend for sure.  I use to eat plenty of cheeses, but since I became vegan, I don’t anymore. Can you please tell me if it’s possible to replace feta and ricotta cheese with vegan cheese? I would love to know:) 

    Thank you!

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