These Greek pita pizzas are the perfect quick & easy dinner or shareable snack! They’re a great way to use up the veggies in your fridge and they come together in a snap!

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If you’re looking for an easy recipe that will also help you clean out the extra veggies in your fridge, these little pita pizzas are the perfect solution! For this recipe, I leaned into Greek flavors with feta and olives, but you could totally change up the flavors based on what you’re craving!

I topped them with roasted red pepper hummus, but any hummus works great. I used a combination of bell pepper, cucumber, red onion, and tomato, but again feel free to use what you have available. If you’re missing a veggie or two, don’t worry about it! There are so many flavors in these pita pizzas that it’s easy to swap in what you have.

Ingredients & Substitutions

  • Pita bread– I used 8″ whole wheat pita but you can use any kind you like. You can also make your own homemade flatbread in an air fryer in just a few minutes! Or try using vegan naan as the base.
  • Olive oil- I used a little olive oil to help make the pitas crispy. You can use a spray olive oil for a lighter option.
  • Hummus– You can use any kind of hummus you like. I used roasted red pepper hummus but this recipe is also great with this za’atar spiced hummus. Or for a high protein option, try my edamame hummus.
  • Vegetables– I used a combination of cucumber, red bell pepper, and red onion. Feel free to use whichever vegetables you have on hand.
  • Feta– I prefer to use a block of feta cheese, which has a better texture than pre-crumbled feta cheese.
  • Olives– I used sliced black olives but any kind of olives can be substituted.

How to Make Pita Pizzas