Vegetarian Homemade Mexican Pizza

My husband and I used to love Taco Bell. In a very seriously gross way. Lots of memories from our early relationship involve Taco Bell. I’m pretty sure there was an entire summer that I ate it everyday… No joke.

Then we grew up and realized how unhealthy fast food is for us, so we stopped eating it.

But every once and a while, that craving hits and you gotta have it! Luckily I discovered a recipe for homemade Mexican Pizza! It is delicious and may even be better than the original!

Ingredients (this is for 2 Mexican Pizzas)
4 flour tortillas – soft taco size
olive oil
1 (15 ounce) can refried beans
enchilada sauce
cheese, shredded
1 tomato, diced
green onions, choppedoptional:
taco sauce



  • Heat oil in pan. Place a tortilla in pan and cook until it is crispy, bubbly and brown around the edges. Repeat with all tortillas.
  • Once tortillas are cooked, place two tortillas on a cookie sheet or baking dish to create the “bottom.”
  • Spread refried beans on tortillas (usually I will heat the beans and add taco sauce to make them more spreadable and delicious!).
  • Place remaining 2 tortillas on beans.
  • Spoon enchilada sauce onto tortillas.
  • Top with cheese, tomatoes and green onions.
  • Bake at 350 degrees for 8-10 minutes, until cheese is melted or place under broiler until cheese melts.
  • Cut into fourths and enjoy!

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