Want to add some flare to your weeknight dinner rotation? Then look no further than a homemade pizza. From choosing a decadent cheese to coating dough with the perfect sauce, making your own pizza is a fun dinner option that your entire family will enjoy. And we've already cut out some of the work for you with our incredible list of delicious homemade pizza recipes.
Tacos are an easy, go-to weeknight dinner that help you navigate your week with a little less stress. And this recipe for pizza tacos gives the tried and true dish a delicious makeover. But whether you prefer your tacos the traditional way or in pizza form, there's no denying that the history of this popular Mexican dish is pretty fascinating.
Oh yes, we said it: pizza popcorn. Melted butter and savory seasonings transform run-of-the-mill popcorn into a gourmet snack in this recipe. But if you'd rather satisfy your sweet tooth, try making white chocolate popcorn — it's an easy dessert that calls for less than five ingredients.
Transform one of the most iconic breakfast foods in America into a pizza with this incredible and creative recipe for pizza bagels. Marinara sauce, mozzarella cheese and oregano are spread over a bagel and placed in the toaster oven for a crispy and delicious finish.
Using the same principle as a turkey roll-up or pinwheel, these pizza roll-ups ditch the pie crust for a low-carb, whole-wheat tortilla. To make this delicious treat, simply gather the essential ingredients from your pantry and fridge: tortillas, prepared pizza sauce, mozzarella cheese and all of your favorite toppings. Toss your ingredients onto the tortilla and bam, you've got healthy-ish pizza.
This tasty pizza has a flavorful surprise waiting in the crust ... drizzled cheese wiz. With soft pretzels wrapped in dough as the crust, this is one can't-beat dish that makes use of Pennsylvania's favorite snack food.
The thin and crunchy flatbread on this amazing pizza is a healthy alternative to doughy crust. Toss any number of toppings on for a delicious and filling finish. Just make sure you keep the oven door closed while your pizza cooks — not doing so is one bad cooking habit you need to stop now.
Although English muffins are typically served alongside perfectly scrambled eggs, who says they can't be used as pizza crust? Not us. We suggest you lightly toast the muffin before putting the entire thing in the oven. This will guarantee that it doesn't get too saturated with the marinara sauce. Top it off with some basil and tomatoes for a delicious finish.
It seems like a funny thing to make pizza dough in an Instant Pot, but it works like a charm. And while this method makes delicious pie crust, we understand if you'd rather stick with the store-bought stuff. If that's the case, make sure you still put your Instant Pot to use with these amazing recipes.
This recipe comes to us from NYC Italian hotspot Morandi — known for its old-world authentic cuisine. The focaccia makes for a nice, light appetizer that pairs well with a number of toppings. And while it may not be the same as heading to your favorite pizza joint and buying a warm pie, this recipe will make you feel like you're dining at a five-star restaurant.
Who knew pizza was one of those unexpected ingredients that go great with eggs? This amazing recipe for sunny side up breakfast pizza is the perfect blend of cheese, runny egg, bacon and tomatoes.
If you're looking for a nice reminder of grandma's cooking, try this recipe for homemade pizza dough. While it may be easy to head to the store and pick up a pre-made crust, nothing hits the spot quite like a dough you crafted from scratch.
Next time you're looking for a creative dinner dish to spice up your week, try this barbecue chicken flatbread recipe. Topped with a flavorful barbecue sauce, sauteed red onions and roasted jalapeño peppers, this dish has the ideal sweet and heat combination. And if you run out of the required ingredients, check out this list of cooking substitutions everyone should know about.
If you want to add some flare to your homemade pizza, a great addition is spicy sausage. It gives a nice heat to the mozzarella and sauce. But if you're not sure how to thaw and cook the sausage before adding it to the pizza, this guide to defrosting food has all of the answers.
If you're looking to perfect some of your favorite takeout recipes, making pizza is a great place to start. It's a dish that's relatively easy to make but still leaves room for creativity. Try making this delicious and hearty pizza that's elevated by the use of woodsy chanterelle mushrooms and nutty Gruyère cheese.
You can elevate just about any dish by adding a perfectly cooked egg to it, and this recipe for egg, asparagus and ricotta pizza is no different. But if cooking an over-easy egg on a pizza seems daunting, here are a few other ways you can whip up the delicious source of protein.
If you're a fan of onions, then this is the recipe for you. The blend of goat cheese and four different varieties of onions is an amazing combination that goes well with a smattering of toppings. If you're a new home cook and the task of cooking pizza seems overwhelming, try taking one of these online cooking classes hosted by celebrity chefs.
Calling all potato lovers. This recipe for potato pizza with shallots and mushrooms is a mouthwatering dish that you have to add to your weeknight dinner rotation.
Homemade pizza is a great way to experiment with new flavors and tastes. Taking a little help from the store and using pre-made pizza dough leaves time to get creative with the toppings. For this pizza, combine roasted garlic with earthy mushrooms, spinach and fresh cheese for an amazingly savory combo. And if you need some guidance on how to best peel your garlic, restaurant chefs recommend investing in a Microplane or very sharp knife.
If you're getting bored of plain old pizza with red sauce and cheese, here's a wild idea ... beet pizza. With puréed beets as the sauce and goat cheese instead of mozzarella, this recipe is a refreshing and delicious change from your typical pie. But if you'd rather just order takeout, make sure you brush up on the answers to these common coronavirus delivery questions.
Instead of tomato sauce, chunks of avocado and gooey melted mozzarella make the base for this easy and delicious pizza. If you want to store the pizza for leftovers, make sure you follow this guide for making your food last longer. You'll want to make sure that avocado doesn't turn brown in the fridge.
Matching butternut squash with pear and blue cheese is one of those unique food combinations that work great together. It's also an amazing way to use leftover cheese. Make this delicious homemade pizza for dinner tonight.
To many, there's nothing better than a pizza that is both sweet and savory. And few recipes do that better than this honey-pear pizza, which is packed with perfectly ripe pears, honey, smoked gouda and basil. Adding this recipe to your menu is the perfect way to make dinner at home feel like a restaurant.
While it's not your standard cheese and tomato pie, this dynamic pizza is loaded with prosciutto, arugula and lemon for a flavor-packed dish that's worth trying. This recipe is one unexpected way to make more than just lemons with lemonade.
Pizza is always delicious, but sometimes it's fun to switch it up a little. This pizza uses premade naan, fragrant spices and sweet and spicy mango chutney for an undeniably amazing combo of flavors. And if you want to test your cooking skills by making the naan homemade, it's an easy and fun recipe to make with your kids.
Biscuits are one of those things Southerners always have on their breakfast table, and who says they can't be incorporated into lunch and dinner too? Flaky biscuits are great for making mini pizzas in a pinch. It gives the final product an appealing and rich sweetness that you have to try.
While it may not compare to getting a pizza from one of the best Italian restaurants in America, this recipe for mushroom pizza with Gouda, shallot and basil is nothing to scoff at. The mix of flavors gives the pizza a satisfying and cheesy bite.
Nuggets of crumbly blue cheese pair perfectly with ripe green tomatoes to make for a tangy and tasty pizza. And if you have leftover tomatoes after making this dish, make sure you don't store them in the freezer — tomatoes are one of those foods you should never freeze.
This hearty and satisfying dish proves that low-carb meals don't have to be unsatisfying. All the familiar flavors of your favorite pizza are assembled atop a meaty portobello mushroom cap — it's so good you won't miss the crust at all. The best part? Mushrooms are one of the best foods for getting extra vitamin D.
Everyone has a favorite pizza topping, but great pizza truly comes down to only three things: fresh dough, ripe tomatoes and a standout cheese. For this recipe, we are using a decadent burrata. When it's added to pizza, burrata's lightness and flavor give an extra dimension to an already beloved dish. And if you need more ideas for comforting weeknight dinner meals, try out these amazing casserole recipes perfect for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
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