Low Carb Pizza

Low-carb pizza? With our healthy recipes for low-carb crusts and toppings, you'll be serving up healthy, crowd-pleasing pizzas every time.

Morel and Asparagus Crispy Pizza

Better Homes and Gardens

Grilling pizza gives a nice char and crisp to the crust. Top your pie with fresh morel mushrooms, asparagus and cheese for a vegetarian spring dinner.

Salad Pizza

Family Circle

This innovative recipe combines two favorites--salad and pizza--into one delicious dinner that takes less than 30 minutes to prepare.

Pizza Margherita

Midwest Living

This classic pizza was invented in 1889 by Naples pizza-maker Raffaele Esposito in honor of Queen Margherita, who was visiting the city. Of course, it won her royal seal of approval.

Pizza Lollipops

Parents

No time to bake a pizza or call for delivery? This no-bake snack will satisfy your craving in a matter of minutes. Feel free to add some vegetables, too, like diced bell peppers, onions or mushrooms.

Smoky Vegetable Pizza

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Breakfast Pizza

Better Homes and Gardens

A popular breakfast entree, your family will fall in love with this pizza recipe topped with bacon, eggs, ham, and cheese. If you like, try one of the snappy variations like shrimp or mushroom and artichoke.

Ham and Potato Brunch Pizza

Better Homes and Gardens

Make this hearty breakfast pizza recipe of ham, potatoes, sweet peppers, and onions, piled on thawed frozen bread dough and topped with shredded cheese.

Swiss Chard and Asparagus "Pizza"

Better Homes and Gardens

Brown rice, greens and eggs make up the crust for this tasty pizza. It's so colorful, kids will even be inspired to eat it!

Classic Margherita Pizza

Family Circle

Pepperoni Pizza Quinoa Frittata

Parents

This recipe is a cross between a frittatta and a pepperoni pizza with a little quinoa snuck in for a fiber boost.

Quattro Stagioni

Better Homes and Gardens

Pizza Margherita

Better Homes and Gardens

This classic Pizza Margherita was invented in 1889 by Naples pizza-maker in honor of Queen Margherita. Now it's a favorite recipe in many homes.

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