All the flavors of a classic supreme pizza come together inside vibrant peppers in this cheesy, comforting dish.
Supreme Pizza Stuffed Bell Peppers are packed with saucy beef and marinara, smothered with gooey mozzarella, and topped with pepperoni, mushrooms, and olives.
It’s a fun twist on pizza night.
Better yet, this pizza stuffed pepper recipe is a wholesome recipe that can be made low-carb and gluten-free.
Why KJ Loves
Supreme Pizza Stuffed Bell Peppers
Supreme pizza stuffed bell peppers are a fun twist for your weeknight dinner! All the wonderful flavors of a classic supreme pizza nestled into bell peppers and baked until bubbly and golden.
Supreme Pizza Stuffed Pepper Ingredients
Stuffed Pepper Base
Green bell peppers
Remove the tops and cores. (Check out this video on how to core a bell pepper.) I recommend green peppers for that supreme pizza flavor. But if you want to use other colors of peppers, go for it!
Pizza Perfection: Personalize Your Pepper
With this recipe, we’re going for all the classic supreme pizza ingredients. But if you want to mix and match your pizza toppings, you can get creative. 🧑🍳🍕
Leave out any toppings you don’t love. Or, add other flavors to the dish, like onions, cooked Italian sausage, diced ham, pineapple, or additional diced bell peppers!
How To Make Pizza Stuffed Peppers
Make the filling.
Preheat your oven to 400 degrees.
In a large skillet, brown the ground beef until cooked through. Add the garlic and Worcestershire sauce and sauté for a couple of minutes. Then, pour in the marinara sauce and stir to combine. Remove the skillet from the heat.
Fill the peppers.
Lightly spray a 9×13 pan with cooking spray. Arrange the six prepared bell peppers on the baking pan.
Fill the peppers with the saucy beef mixture.
Tip: Don’t stuff to the top!
Fill each pepper about ⅔-¾ full, leaving just enough room for your toppings and cheese (without the pepper bubbling over!).
Then, top your stuffed pepper with your favorite toppings, like pepperoni, black olives, and mushrooms. Evenly top with the cheese.
Note: If you prefer your topping over the cheese instead of under, you can swap the last two steps.
Gently tent the pizza stuffed bell peppers with foil (avoid the foil touching the cheese). Bake covered for the first part of the baking time. Then, uncover and bake until the cheese is golden brown and bubbly.
Serve with breadsticks, and dig in!
Wash the dishes. How sad.
Supreme Pizza Stuffed Peppers FAQ
Is this pizza stuffed pepper recipe low-carb?
Yes, this supreme pizza stuffed pepper is low-carb, especially with low-carb pizza sauce (like Rao’s marinara sauce).
Is this supreme pizza stuffed peppers recipe gluten-free?
You can make this a gluten-free pizza stuffed pepper with gluten-free Worcestershire sauce and marinara sauce.
Can I use another color of bell pepper?
You can use whatever color of bell pepper you’d like! I recommend using green bell peppers if you want that classic supreme pizza taste.
Can these be meal-prepped?
Yes! Stuffed bell peppers are ideal for meal prepping. Prepare them up until baking. Then, cover and refrigerate the stuffed peppers 1-2 days in advance. Add a few more minutes to your baking time if the pan comes directly from the refrigerator.
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