Pizza Recipes

<a href="/recipes/pizza/dough/">Dough</a>. Tomato sauce. Mozzarella cheese. It all sounds so simple, and yet a great pizza recipe is one of the most craveable dishes on the planet. Polarizing too: Canadian bacon with pineapple might get the green light in your household, while the family down the block never wavers from sausage and mushroom with extra onion. That's the genius of pizza - it's basically a vehicle for the flavors you like best. You can even eat pizza in the morning if you're game -- <a href="/recipes/pizza/fruit/">fruit pizza</a>, anyone? When you're making your own pizza, keep a few things in mind. 1. You want your oven extremely hot to achieve a crisp crust (a pizza stone is a worthwhile investment). 2. Take the time to make your own <a href="/recipes/pizza/sauce/">sauce</a>. Jarred sauces taste, well, jarred, and making a fresh sauce only takes a few minutes. 3. Don't overload your pie with toppings - too much on top and you won't get even cooking. Nothing is more depressing than a soggy pizza. Once you've nailed down the basics, you're ready to cook. Break out the pepperoni and enjoy.

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Breakfast Pizza

From 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.

Breakfast Pizza

Inside Out Pizza Casserole

From Prego Italian Sauce

The kids are going to love this...favorite pizza toppings like sausage, pepperoni, sauce and cheese are mixed together and topped with pie crust to make a mouthwatering casserole. What fun!

Inside Out Pizza Casserole

Mediterranean Alfredo Pizza

From Better Homes and Gardens

This gourmet pizza, topped with creamy Alfredo sauce, fresh spinach, mushrooms, tomatoes, and artichoke hearts, counters the rule that pizza must be flavored with tomato-based sauce.

Mediterranean Alfredo Pizza

Spring Fruit Pizza

From Betty Crocker

Try a sweet dessert pizza made with a rich sugar-cookie crust, frosting, whipped cream and your favorite fresh fruit.

Spring Fruit Pizza

White Pizza with Broccoli

From Atkins - Phase 2

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White Pizza with Broccoli

Round-the-Clock Pizza

From RO*TEL

A hearty pizza -- crisp crust topped with loads of breakfast toppings and zesty Ro*Tel tomatoes -- it is great for breakfast, brunch, or any time of day.

Round-the-Clock Pizza

Spinach Pizza

From Taste of the South

Spinach Pizza

Chicken Alfredo Pizza

From Pillsbury Pizza Crust

Chicken Alfredo Pizza

Upside-Down Pizza Casserole

From Better Homes and Gardens

This quick pizza casserole can be altered easily. Substitute Italian sausage for the ground beef, or stir sliced mushrooms or ripe olives into the meat mixture.

Upside-Down Pizza Casserole

Pesto Grilled Pizza with Sausage and Peppers

From The Food Channel

Our fresh and contemporary take on classic sausage and pepper pizza features individual-size grilled pizza crusts topped with spicy-hot Italian sausage, grilled peppers and onions, rich ricotta cheese and a drizzle of vibrant green basil pesto.

Pesto Grilled Pizza with Sausage and Peppers

Spring Asparagus Quiche

From Better Homes and Gardens

Asparagus, available year-round in many in grocery stores, is at its best during spring. When you find it fresh, and possibly locally grown, make the most of it in this main-dish quiche.

Spring Asparagus Quiche

Fruit Pizza with Pineapple Glaze

From Better Homes and Gardens

With its cream cheese and fruit topping, this dessert pizza will remind you of a cheesecake.

Fruit Pizza with Pineapple Glaze

Pizza Fries

From Prego Italian Sauce

You might consider this treat for an after-school snack, but it is also a fantastic lunch or dinner side dish.

Pizza Fries

Good-For-You Pizza

From Better Homes and Gardens

As a substitute to making crust from scratch, save time by using a 1-pound loaf of frozen whole wheat bread dough, thawed.

Good-For-You Pizza

Pop-Up Pizza Casserole

From Family Circle

Rich and gooey, this deep-dish pizza-flavor casserole puffs up as it bakes. It's as much fun to make as it is to eat a surefire bet for kids.

Pop-Up Pizza Casserole

Whole-Wheat Pizza Dough

From EatingWell

To improve the nutritional profile of pizza, include whole-wheat flour in the crust. Using half whole-wheat and half all-purpose yields a light crust with a distinctive nutty taste. Quick-rising yeast shortens rising time to just 10 minutes, making wholesome homemade pizza a possibility for busy weeknights.

Whole-Wheat Pizza Dough

Southwestern Stuffed Pizza

From Better Homes and Gardens

For a doubly delicious taste, this robust pizza packs a zesty ground beef and salsa filling between two crusts.

Southwestern Stuffed Pizza

Chicken Caesar Pizza

From Fine Cooking Books

The pungent tanginess of a well-made Caesar salad is a restaurant staple. In this pizza, the grilled crust stands in for the croutons and the Parmigiano-Reggiano melts into the chicken for a more intense Caesar experience, one that Brutus would never betray. You can use store-bought pizza dough or make your own.

Chicken Caesar Pizza

Steak and Cheese Melt Pizza

From Family Circle

Seasoned steak, two kinds of cheese and sauteed onions. Winning ingredients for a sandwich, but wait until you try them in this quick and easy pizza recipe!

Steak and Cheese Melt Pizza

Mexican Black Bean Pizza

From Better Homes and Gardens

The beans and cheese provide more than enough protein in this meatless Mexican-flavored pizza.

Mexican Black Bean Pizza

Pizza Dough

From Better Homes and Gardens

This 100-year-old recipe uses an egg to add richness. Several risings take place, yielding a lighter, tastier crust. A damp towel covers the dough during risings, keeping it extra moist.

Pizza Dough

Pizza Dough

From Fine Cooking Magazine

This versatile dough can be used to make pizza, calzones, or stromboli. It gets its great depth of flavor from a long, slow fermentation, preferably overnight in the refrigerator.

Pizza Dough

Sausage and Mushroom Stuffed Crust Pizza

From Fleischmann's Yeast, Argo, Karo

Get baking success every time with recipes like the following, from Fleischmann's Yeast.

Sausage and Mushroom Stuffed Crust Pizza

Tostada Pizza

From Better Homes and Gardens

Kids will love this fun dinner recipe that features two favorite foods: pizza and tacos!

Tostada Pizza

"Healthified" Greek Chicken Pizza

From Betty Crocker

We tossed up a heart-healthier version with a whole wheat flour crust. It has 50% less fat, 66% more fiber, and 33% fewer calories than the original recipe.

"Healthified" Greek Chicken Pizza

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