Popular Pizza Recipes

Dough. 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 -- fruit pizza, 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 sauce. 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.

Fontina Cheese Artichoke and Alfredo Pizza

Vegetarian pizza need not be boring. Artichokes, onions and olives make this savory pie a true Italian feast! Dip a slice in Alfredo sauce for even more cheesy goodness.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Fontina Cheese Artichoke and Alfredo Pizza

Good-For-You Pizza

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

From Better Homes and Gardens

Good-For-You Pizza

Mop Sauce Pizza

An apple juice-vinegar mixture acts as the sauce for this bacon-topped chicken pizza.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Mop Sauce Pizza

Anytime Calzones

Either of these two flavor variations make a quick and satisfying calzone meal.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Anytime Calzones

Mediterranean Alfredo Pizza

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.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Mediterranean Alfredo Pizza

Fontina Cheese and Artichoke Pizza

An Italian bread shell is the base for this quick-to-fix elegant pizza appetizer of creamy fontina cheese, sweet red onion, and artichoke hearts. This appetizer pizza recipe is quick to make.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Fontina Cheese and Artichoke Pizza

Smoked Salmon and Chevre Pizza

Smoked salmon, horseradish-flavor goat cheese mixture, and fresh dill top this appetizer pizza recipe that offers an elegant start to any special occasion.

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Smoked Salmon and Chevre Pizza

Chicken-Artichoke Pizza

Ready-to-bake Italian bread shell is the convenience crust for this pizza recipe that's generously topped with chicken, artichoke hearts, zucchini, and sweet peppers.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Chicken-Artichoke Pizza

Quick-and-Easy Beef Pizza

Ready in under 30 minutes, this family favorite beef and vegetable pizza recipe is ideal to serve on busy weeknights.

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Quick-and-Easy Beef Pizza

Bacon-Cheeseburger Pizza

If burgers are a favorite dinner in your home, this meaty pizza will be a hit.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Bacon-Cheeseburger Pizza

Goat Cheese, Tomato, and Oregano Boboli Pizza

A purchased bread shell makes this appetizer pizza quick to make, bake,and serve.

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Goat Cheese, Tomato, and Oregano Boboli Pizza

Mediterranean Appetizer Pizza

Pair this distinctive goat cheese pizza with a dry white wine.

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Mediterranean Appetizer Pizza

Italian Vegetable Pizzas

For these easy appetizer pizzas, pile fresh asparagus, summer squash, tomato, and cheese onto purchased Italian bread shells.

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Italian Vegetable Pizzas

Italian Sausage-Mushroom Calzones

This flavorful calzone gets a double dose of zip from a spicy hot sauce and Italian sausage.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Italian Sausage-Mushroom Calzones

Chicken Olive Calzones

Whether served warm with spaghetti sauce or at room temperature from a lunch bag, these pizza-flavored sandwiches will be a family favorite.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Chicken Olive Calzones

Vegetable-Cheese Calzones

Watch your tongue! Since the ground beef filling becomes very hot during baking, let the calzones cool a little after you cut them open.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Vegetable-Cheese Calzones

Ratatouille Pizza

Italian ratatouille (ra-tuh-TOO-ee) contains just about every vegetable from your garden. Here it's used as a sauce for this colorful pizza.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Ratatouille Pizza

Portobello Pizzettas

Top portobello mushrooms with spinach, cheese, and pepperoni to make these cute miniature pizzas. Omit the pepperoni to turn this into a great vegetarian appetizer.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Portobello Pizzettas

Roasted Turkey Calzones

When turkey is plentiful or you're simply being efficient in making and storing meals to heat later, this recipe fits the bill.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Roasted Turkey Calzones

Gouda and Red Onion Pizza

These easy cheese and onion appetizers use refrigerated pizza dough, saving you prep time.

From Midwest Living

Gouda and Red Onion Pizza

Pizza with Zucchini and Smoked Mozzarella

If your family won't touch a meatless pizza, sprinkle on some sliced chicken sausage.

From Parents

Pizza with Zucchini and Smoked Mozzarella

Slow-Cooker Pizza Dip

Who doesn't love pizza? This warm, cheesy slow cooker dip will be a hit at your next potluck.

From Family Circle

Slow-Cooker Pizza Dip

Blue Cheese and Balsamic Chicken Pizza

Looking for an adult pizza dinner? Top your crust with a balsamic-spiked tomato sauce, mushrooms, sun-dried tomatoes and blue cheese, then serve with a side salad.

From Midwest Living

Blue Cheese and Balsamic Chicken Pizza

White Pizza with Arugula Lemon Parmesan and Ricotta

This recipe is like a cheesy salad on top of pizza dough. Crank up the oven to achieve a crisp, Italian-style crust.

From Family Circle

White Pizza with Arugula Lemon Parmesan and Ricotta

Eat-Your-Greens Pizza

Frozen puff pastry pinch-hits for traditional pizza dough here, yielding a flaky, crisp crust. It's topped with a salad's worth of vegetables, along with a bit of smoky ham and nutty Gruyere cheese.

From Midwest Living

Eat-Your-Greens Pizza

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