Quick and Easy Mexican Pizzas For a Healthy Weeknight Meal

Quick and Easy Mexican Pizzas

These Gluten Free and Dairy Free Mexican Pizzas are so quick to throw together and are perfect for a healthy and easy weeknight dinner that even the kids should love.

These days, it seems like getting a meal on the table and then actually getting everyone to sit down and enjoy it together can be close to impossible.  We need simple meals that we can get on the table quickly, while still giving our family a healthy dose of nourishing food.

This is one of those meals that I like to throw together when I am in a crunch for time. It is pretty kid friendly and a simple way to sneak some greens into even the pickier eaters in the house.

I use an Allergy-Friendly Pizza Crust or even fresh Corn Tortillas, then top it with these easy toppings. Toss it in the oven for about 10 minutes then top with more fresh greens and you have something that will nourish your family AND get you out of the kitchen quickly.

These days…that is my kind of meal.

Easy Weeknight Meals

Quick and Easy Mexican Pizza Recipe

Gluten Free, Dairy Free


  • 2 Gluten Free Pizza Crusts (such as Udi’s) OR 4-6 Gluten-Free Corn Tortillas
  • 1 cup Refried Black Beans (such as Amy’s Organic Refried Black Beans)
  • 1/2 cup Salsa, choose your favorite allergy friendly version
  • 2 chicken breasts, cooked and shredded – preferably Organic
  • 1 cup frozen or fresh Organic Sweet Corn
  • 1/2 red onion, finely chopped
  • 1 -2 cups (or more) Micro-greens
  • 1/2 teaspoon garlic salt
  • Optional: If you like, you can add 1/2 – 1 cup cheese, preferably Organic – either Dairy or Dairy-free such as Daiya – the cheese can be totally left out here as this is not a cheese based type of pizza
  • 1/2 of an Avocado
  • 1/4 Cup Fresh Cilantro, chopped
  • 1 – 2 fresh Lime wedges


1.  Preheat oven to 400 degrees.  Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.

2.  Take the 2 Pizza Crusts and place them on your baking sheet.  Spread the refried black beans evenly over each crust. Then top each with the salsa. Then add the dairy or dairy-free cheese if using (this is a very optional ingredient for this recipe).  Spread the chicken, corn, red onion, micro-greens, and garlic salt evenly over each pizza.

3.  Place baking sheet in preheated oven for about 10 minutes until the pizzas are warmed through and the cheese, if using, is melted and beginning to bubble.

4.  After removing from oven, place slices of fresh avocado evenly over the pizza, top it all with the fresh cilantro, and then squeeze the lime wedges evenly over the pizzas before serving. Top with even more fresh greens. Enjoy.

You can truly top pizzas with anything. They are a great way to get a variety of vegetables into you and your family.  Do you have any unique ideas for pizza toppings?

Kim Maes is the creator of the Cook It Allergy Free iPhone and iPad Apps, which customize recipes to meet multiple food allergy needs. She also writes the recipe blog Cook It Allergy Free, where she shares her passion for teaching others how easy and delicious it can be to eat whole, pure allergy-friendly meals that the entire family will enjoy. Kim went back to receive a Master’s Degree in Holistic Nutrition after her son and her husband were diagnosed with Celiac Disease and other food sensitivities.

6 Responses to Quick and Easy Mexican Pizzas For a Healthy Weeknight Meal

  • Quick and easy is the name of the game around here these days. Pizzas are a favorite too! We normally use leftovers like BBQ chicken, ham with pineapple, hummus with potatoes and green beans have been one of my favorites and we love breakfast pizzas with eggs, sausage or ham. I need to do this mexican one now! This would definitely be loved by my guys (and me)!


    Kim Maes Reply:

    @Sarena (The Non-Dairy Queen), ooh…the hummus with potatoes and green beans sounds awesome! And we do breakfast pizzas too! My boys love them! :D


  • I’ve made your Quick and Easy Mexican Pizzas, Kim, and I can totally vouch for how quick and easy they are, as well as delicious. Well, actually my whole support group can attest to that fact as we enjoyed them for one of our pizza meetings. ;-) Love this recipe!



    Kim Maes Reply:

    @Shirley @ gfe, haha!! Thanks so much, Shirley. Quick and easy is what I am about these days! And i swear my kids love those meals way more than the fancy time-consuming ones!! :)


  • Kim,

    We are SO on the same page with pizza. I get micro-greens in my CSA share and love using them fresh on pizza. I also love Mexican pizza and make my own red chile for the sauce and top it with corn, beans, whatever. Your pizza looks amazing and something I’d eat right now for breakfast!! Do you deliver? =)



    Kim Maes Reply:

    @Melissa @ Gluten Free For Good, I so want some of that red chile sauce right now…that would go perfectly on my eggs… And I add microgreens to anything and everything. My kids don’t even notice them anymore since they are so used to eating them. LOL :D


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