Mediterranean Flatbread Pizza

In case you didn’t know, my memoir will be called Not Worth the Dishes. It’s how I gauge new recipes, especially ones that involve a ton of pots and pans or whatever. The more complicated something is, the better it should taste. That leads me to my favorite quick and easy meal: Mediterranean Flatbread Pizza.

I don’t remember how I came about creating this dinner. I think I was craving some Greek/Mediterranean food (think hummus and kale and such). I took to Pinterest, as we often do, and came across the concept of the Mediterranean Flatbread. I had made similar things on tortillas, but they were always just sad.

I took a chance at my local Kroger and found a 5-pack of round flatbreads for $2.50, and now they are a staple in my pantry. Since this meal is so easy, I’ve thrown it together before book club or when I had contractors in my house or when I was just feeling lazy and didn’t want to cook.

Mediterranean Flatbread Pizza

mediterranean flatbread pizza


  • FlatbreadsI use round ones, but they do also have longer, rectangular flatbreads too (like you see in restaurants). Those sizes are about 2 meals for me, so I prefer the round ones for single servings.
  • Hummus – I tend to prefer a flavored hummus (like roasted red pepper or garlic), but plain hummus is delicious too.
  • Feta Cheese – I have also used Goat Cheese. It’s really up to you, but I’d recommend something that can crumble and has a bit of a “tang”.
  • Shredded Mozzarella
  • Greens – I use kale because I prefer kale and it stands up to the oven a bit better, but you could also use something like arugula. I would NOT use your standard lettuces or spring mix.
  • Protein, if desired – I have made this with deli turkey and even canned chicken, but it’s also good vegetarian too.
  • Other Toppings – I discovered that I really love apples on these flatbreads. It’s a great sweet addition with the balsamic glaze and feta cheese.
  • Balsamic Glaze – Now, the first few times I made these, I only used regular balsamic vinegar and it was fine. If that’s all you have, you will be fine. However, the glaze really upped my Mediterranean flatbread pizza game. I was able to find the glaze at Kroger, and I think my mom found some at Publix as well. They’re in the same section as regular balsamic vinegar.


  1. Preheat your oven to 350°.
  2. While the oven is preheating, place a silicone baking mat on a baking sheet. Place your flatbread (or however many flatbreads you’re making) on the baking sheet.
  3. Cover with hummus. I don’t slather it on. For me, the hummus is just there to add a creamy layer to the flatbread.
  4. Add your toppings, but not the mozzarella cheese. My order is usually protein, cheese, greens.
  5. Top with shredded mozzarella. Don’t use a ton! This isn’t a standard pizza. The mozzarella is really just there to keep your toppings all on.
  6. (Optional) Add apple slices. Yes, these go on top of the cheese and all other toppings for me.
  7. Bake at 350° for about 10 minutes, or until the mozzarella cheese is melted.
  8. Cut round flatbreads into quarters and top with balsamic glaze drizzle.

That’s it! Seriously, these Mediterranean flatbread pizzas are my absolute favorite. One week, I think I ate one every day.

They’re also super versatile. Change up the toppings. Add a hummus bar and allow people to create their own. The flatbreads can also be used for literally any other flatbread you have in mind: buffalo chicken pizza, regular pizza, barbecue pizza… Once you have them in your house, you will keep them in your house for life.

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