Top Rated Pizza Sauce Recipes

These are a fun and bite-sized way to eat one of our favorite dishes: pizza. Refrigerated biscuits from the grocery store stand in for the dough and make them light and fluffy.
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Pizza Cones
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Pizza bites are the perfect snack for your next game day. Whether you’re tailgating or cheering your team on from home, everyone will want a bite of these Pizza Cones. Use paper cups to help shape the cone, but you can also use foil-wrapped ice cream cones as the mold. Click Here to See More Pizza Recipes
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Mushroom Pizza with Gouda, Shallot, and Basil
Yes, pizza sauce is indeed a real product. Some may scream "Sellout!" while others may exclaim "Genius!" — the former perhaps a passionate home cook who insists on doing everything from scratch, no matter how long it takes, and the other a casual cook with more of a laissez-faire approach to the kitchen. While it's probably an exaggeration to say that any home cook fits either one of these archetypes 100 percent of the time, it's safe to say that for most people, the answer is "It depends." What are you in the mood for? I was in the mood for the cheater's way out the night I made this, I confess. And having never evaluated this particular product before, I was curious to see just how it would taste. To be honest, it really wasn't that bad. Perhaps a bit salty, but nothing heinous. And if you don't want to use ready-made pizza sauce, go ahead and use your favorite homemade recipe. See all mushroom recipes. Click here to see Bake Me a Pizza as Fast as You Can.
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When you can combine three of your kid’s top favorite foods (in this case, pizza, pasta ,and cheese) together with healthy ingredients, you know you have a winning recipe. The pizza sauce is already a healthy food because of its lycopene-laden tomatoes, and it also offers an ideal hiding spot for pureed white and orange vegetables. This is also the one way Missy gets some kids to eat whole-grain pasta because it’s blanketed with the melted cheese, so they can’t tell it’s not their usual white noodles.
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 Pizza in a Crescent
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Spicy pepperoni and melted mozzarella peek through the top of these easy-to-eat pizza sandwiches. Click here for more Pillsbury Crescent Roll Recipes.
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Making a pizza is easy in a skillet. This is a perfect way to enjoy a slice. Recipe courtesy of Comfy Cook.
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Chicken Parm Meatballs
One of the most popular recipes I’ve ever run on the blog, this was the result of Phoebe’s begging for meatballs and Abby’s begging for chicken Parm. (King Solomon would be proud.) P.S.: If you get in the habit of making (and freezing) these on Sunday, you won’t be sorry. — Jenny Rosenstrach, Dinner: The Playbook Click Here to See More Italian Recipes  
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Grilled Half-and-Half Pizza
Great grilled flavor in your favorite pizza.Check out 6 Great Grilling Recipes! 
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Green Tomato Pizza
Little nuggets of blue cheese yield bursts of flavor that go nicely with the green tomatoes. Choose a fairly crumbly, assertive blue cheese with a slight bitterness and a good tang to balance it out. I used a lovely blue from Vermont. See all pizza recipes. Click here to see Green Tomatoes for Everyone.
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Want to know the secret to New York-style pizza? It's all in the sauce. This recipe makes it easy to replicate.
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This recipes uses a major shortcut — Boboli pizza crust — to make the famed recipe from Tony's Napoletana Pizza in San Francisco easy for the home cook.
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Roasted Garlic Pizza
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, I combined savory roasted garlic with earthy mushrooms, spinach, and fresh cheese. Roasting the garlic mellows out the flavor considerably, but still leaves you with an undeniable garlicky taste. Feel free to switch up the ingredients to include your favorite veggies and cheeses — the beauty of pizza is that anything goes!  Click here to see 7 Reasons to Eat More Garlic
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