Easy White Spinach Pizza

$4.68 recipe / $1.56 serving
by Beth - Budget Bytes
4.77 from 17 votes
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Oh man, this pizza didn’t stand a chance in my house. It was gone in a flash… almost as fast as it was to make it.

This super easy pizza has all the creamy goodness of a white pizza, minus the hassle of making a white sauce. You just mix all of the topping ingredients together (kind of like spinach dip), spread it over the pizza crust, and bake. The mozzarella melts into the spinach making a faux cream sauce and the little bits of goat cheese on top add a little extra creamy-tangy oomph. Totally irresistible. 

You can use any pizza dough recipe you like, whether it’s a basic pizza dough, honey wheat dough, french bread, or even a thin and crispy flour tortilla. The baking time is determined by the type of crust you’re using, so if you do use something super thin like a tortilla, or something already baked like french bread, the baking time will be shorter. The spinach topping was just enough to make one 12″ pizza, but it can be easily doubled for multiple pizzas or just a larger one. It’s so easy… you’ll see.

Easy White Spinach Pizza

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Easy White Spinach Pizza

4.77 from 17 votes
This super easy White Spinach Pizza takes minutes to put together and doesn’t require a white sauce. 
Servings 3 2 slices each
Prep 20 minutes
Cook 10 minutes
Total 30 minutes



  • Preheat the oven to 450 degrees. Thaw the frozen spinach in the microwave or at room temperature until it is no longer in large clumps. Add the garlic powder, salt, and crushed red pepper flakes. Stir to distribute the spices. Add the mozzarella and stir to combine again.
  • Prepare a pizza pan with non-stick spray or cornmeal. Stretch the dough out into a 12″ circle and place on the pizza pan. Brush 1 tablespoon of olive oil over the surface. Spread the spinach and cheese mixture over the dough. Thinly slice the red onions and sprinkle over top. Crumble the goat cheese over the pizza.
  • Bake the pizza for 10 minutes or until the crust and goat cheese crumbles are lightly browned. Slice into 6 pieces and serve.

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Serving: 2SlicesCalories: 589.33kcalCarbohydrates: 72.6gProtein: 23.5gFat: 23.07gSodium: 1565.53mgFiber: 4.97g
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Easy White Spinach Pizza with one slice taken out and pizza cutter cutting the rest

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Frozen Spinach in mixing bowl

Start by thawing a 1/2 lb. of frozen spinach. Do I weigh the spinach? Nope. It comes in a 1 lb. bag, so I just estimate half of the bag. I microwaved mine for about a minute until it was soft enough to break up the chunks. it doesn’t have to be 100% thawed. Also, I didn’t bother squeezing out any extra moisture. Chopped frozen spinach that comes in a bag has a lot less moisture than the kind that is frozen into a block, so it wasn’t a problem.

Seasoning mixed into frozen spinach  in mixing bowl with fork

To the frozen spinach add: 1/4 tsp garlic powder, 1/4 tsp salt, some freshly cracked pepper, and a pinch of red pepper flakes. Stir it all up well.

Shredded Mozzarella added to mixing bowl with other ingredients

Then add one cup of shredded mozzarella, and stir that in, too.

Pizza dough on floured counter top

Next it’s time to stretch your pizza dough (if you’re using pizza dough). People always ask me how I get my pizzas so round and pretty and the truth is it takes a LOT of practice making HUNDREDS of pizzas. But here’s one tip that should help: before you begin stretching the dough out, press it into a nice circle on the countertop. Getting it started on the ground in a nice shape helps it stay in shape after you pick it up and start stretching it.

Oiled and rolled dough shaped into circle and placed on pizza pan

After you have the dough stretched into a nice 12″ circle, spread about 1 tablespoon of olive oil over the surface (use a brush or clean fingers).

Goat Cheese and Red Onion

Oh, also, make a few thin slices of red onion and crumble 2 oz. of goat cheese. I had this red onion left over from another recipe, so I used it. Would I buy a whole red onion just to use 1/8 of it on a pizza? Probably not. Your choice.

Pizza toppings added to crust, spinach mixture, red onion and goat cheese

Spread the spinach/cheese mixture over the surface of the pizza, then sprinkle red onions and goat cheese over top. Bake in a preheated 450 degree oven for about 10 minutes, or until it looks like…

Close up of baked pizza

This! The crust should be nice and golden brown and the very tips of the crumbled goat cheese should be nicely browned as well. OMGYUM.

Top view of a baked Easy White Spinach Pizza

Pizza perfection.

Close up of a slice of Easy White Spinach Pizza on a white plate

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  1. This was delicious! I made it on stale naan bread and without any goats cheese (dead car battery and minus 40 degrees meant using what I had on hand!).  Thanks for rescuing my day with a delicious lunch!

  2. This was amazing! I used fresh spinach on a whole wheat pita and added halved grape tomatoes​ on top (didn’t have onions but did have old tomatoes getting wrinkly on the counter..).

    Thanks as always for the great idea!

  3. I live in SE Asia so have to substitute ingredients frequently– instead of garlic powder I minced two large garlic cloves and instead of goat cheese used about 3 oz of cream cheese, pinched into dabs and mixed in with the spinach and cheese. Delicious! Thank you for a great recipe! (And, extra benefit: with no tomato sauce it causes no problems for my husband’s acid reflux, either!).