Everyone—including meat-eaters—will love these light, quick veggie pizzas.
Cost per serving: $1.48
Get your daily dose of veggies with this easy-to-make pizza!
See recipe: Mushroom, Pepper, Olive and Capers Pizza
Cost per serving: $1.11
Use sliced fresh mozzarella instead of shredded, and buy the best you can find in the store. With so few toppings, each one needs to be as flavorful as possible.
See recipe: Margherita Pizza
Cost per serving: $1.33
Scatter some chopped fresh oregano or parsley over the top just before serving for bright flavor and a splash of green.
See recipe: Roasted Red Pepper, Feta and Hummus Pizza
Cost per serving: $2.52
Make it pizza night with this healthy twist on a family favorite. If Gruyère is too strong for your tastes, substitute Jack cheese. Or, give the pizza Greek flair with crumbled feta. Sprinkle on chopped sun-dried tomatoes and oregano, too.
See recipe: Spinach and Potato Pizza
Cost per Serving: $2.67
Loaded with sun-dried tomatoes, roasted peppers, artichoke hearts and mushrooms, this veggie-packed pizza is simple to make. Add in your favorite toppings to customize this for your family.
See recipe: Four Seasons Veggie Pizza
Cost per serving: $3.26
We like the arugula to be only slightly wilted for maximum flavor. To accomplish this, place the greens on your pizza when you have just 2 or 3 minutes left on the cook time.
See recipe: Arugula Salad Pizza
Cost per serving: $2.58
A perk to making pizzas at home is you can use toppings not commonly offered on take out menus like this feta-and-olive pie.
See recipe: Greek Pizza
Cost per serving: $3.28
Goat cheese is creamy and flavorful on this pizza, but if you prefer a more traditional style, sprinkle on shredded mozzarella. Or try Fontina for a different taste.
See recipe: Vegetable Flatbread Pizzas
Cost per serving: $3.40
Take everyone’s favorite meal outside (and pile on the veggies) with these tasty, colorful thin-crust pizzas.
See recipe: Individual Grilled Veggie Pizzas
Cost per serving: $1.76
This basic pizza recipe is a crowd-pleaser, but feel free to pile on the toppings your family enjoys. Crumbled, cooked turkey sausage, sliced olives, cooked mushrooms or roasted red peppers are delicious. Don’t add the basil to the pizza until you’re ready to serve it. If the leaves sit on the hot pizza for more than a couple of minutes, they will turn black.
See recipe: Pizza with Fresh Tomatoes and Basil
Cost per serving: $2.34
These calzones will be an instant family favorite. Warm some marinara sauce to serve on the side for dipping.
See recipe: Vegetable Calzones