Try this recipe when pizza night needs a little spicing up
Piled high with plant-based toppings and completely customizable, this falafel-inspired pizza just might become your new go-to.
Saucy, veggie-filled and crust-free, this breakfast omelette offers everything you could want, all while cutting back on carbohydrates.
Tired of soggy cauliflower crust pizzas? Change up your crusts and try these fresh swaps that'll deliver a crunchier, crispier base you'll absolutely love.
Popular in Spain and parts of Latin America, albondigas are meatballs with herbs and seasoning that are normally made into a soup (known as sopa de albondigas). In this pizza, we've taken those same juicy, seasoned meatballs and used them as the center-piece of this classic pizza with tomato sauce, roasted red peppers, mozzarella cheese and fresh parsley.
The fun part of pizza making is getting creative with toppings, using whatever we have in the house. We have been putting hummus on our pizza crust for quite some time. On top of the hummus, you can put any greens you have. Sometimes I use watercress or baby spinach for the kids because they are milder, though I love to use fresh spring baby arugula. The sautéed mushrooms add a great texture and pop of flavor.
Rapini, which also goes by the name broccoli rabe, is a calcium-rich green with an assertive, bitter taste that mellows nicely when cooked. You can make the dough the night before; once it’s kneaded, simply place in a large greased zip-top bag and let it rise in the fridge overnight. Bring the dough to room temperature before using to make it easier to roll out.
Small, knobby fingerling potatoes have a thin, delicate skin, so there’s no need to peel them. If you can’t find fingerlings, substitute with baby potatoes instead. Be sure to remove the dough from the fridge about 30 minutes ahead; this makes it much easier to handle. Don’t worry if it seems like there’s a lot of radicchio; it shrivels as the pizza bakes.
Colorful and full of flavor, this gluten-free, grain-free “pizza” features a crust made of cauliflower, garlic, egg whites and cheese – no flour! To save time, prep and roast the butternut squash and mushrooms first.
An ooey-gooey pizza without cheese? You bet! Our creamy cheese made from blended pine nuts, garlic and dill adds serious flavor and texture to this whole-grain pizza with roasted sweet potato and balsamic-glazed fennel.
Giving up gluten doesn’t have to mean saying goodbye to your favorite foods like pizza. Here, we show you how to make your own crust using quinoa as a base, and we’ve piled heaps of mushrooms, cheese and chicken on top for a pizza that’ll beat any delivery joint's.
While all of our recipes keep calories in check, we’ve collected 30 especially low-calorie meals that pack just 300 cals or less per serving! Toss them on your menu after a cheat meal and keep them around for your regular rotation. With recipes like mac & cheese, shrimp ’n’ grits and a loaded grilled cheese, they’re definitely satisfying!
Winter squashes are rich in antioxidants (though their leafy green companions usually take all the credit). For a new take on an old standard, we shave long strips of butternut squash, which become toasted toppers for our clean pizza.
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