A variety of crusts and sauces complement the vegetables on these appealing pizzas. Quick and easy to prepare, these vegetable pizzas are sure to become a perennial favorite with family and friends.
This fresh vegetable pizza adapts to many occasions. It's appetizer, main dish, or light lunch fare. The appeal for this pizza is the variety of colorful vegetables stacked on the cream-cheese covered crust.
With several options of meat and vegetables, you can tailor this diabetic-friendly pizza to suit your tastes.
The name quattro stagioni means "four seasons." In this version, artichokes, peppers, mushrooms, and olives each represent a different season. Divide the quadrants with dough strips rolled into thin ropes.
Frozen bread dough simplifies this pizza recipe. Call on it when there's an abundance of garden tomatoes.
Cornmeal, shredded zucchini, egg and cheese recreate the taste and texture of classic pizza crust in this gluten-free recipe.
For best results, make this recipe when juicy summer tomatoes are at their peak.
Orange peel and orange juice make a unique pesto to top this vegetarian pizza.
Here's a basic pizza for picky eaters. It's topped with cheese, tomato, and just a little seasoning.
Start with an easy roasted red pepper sauce, spread on the crust, then top with broccoli and goat cheese for a red and green pizza that's healthy and delicious.
The beans and cheese provide more than enough protein in this meatless Mexican-flavored pizza.
The amount of sodium in purchased salsa varies widely, so read the nutrition label to find one that has about 100 mg of sodium per serving.