Healthy Pizza Recipes
While our pizzas run the gamut when it comes to tasty toppings, one thing they all have in common is how quickly they will disappear.
Our first pie is savory and satisfying. The sliced sweet onion this recipe calls for helps balance the bold, briny olives in this pizza. Omit olives from the recipe to make it more appealing to younger palates.
Freeze an extra pie tonight for a convenient dinner later that's way better than boxed. Partially baking the pizza before freezing helps draw moisture out of the vegetables and set the crust so it stays nice and crisp. Use any hearty vegetables you like, but skip more delicate items like fresh tomatoes, as they won't hold up as well in the freezer.
Here's a supersimple grilled pizza your kids will love. Don't feel like grilling? No problem: Bake them. Cook the dough on a hot pizza stone at 500° for 4 minutes, add toppings, and bake an additional 8 minutes or until done.
View Recipe: Grilled Individual Hawaiian Pizzas
Look for queso fresco in Mexican markets or at your local cheesemonger's. This beefy pie delivers all the zingy flavors of a street taco: tangy lime, pungent onion, fragrant cilantro, and smoky, spicy chiles. The three-cheese blend offers extra meltiness.
View Recipe: Carne Asada Pizza