Add a burst of fall flavor to homemade pizza or bowls of cooked pasta with this easy-to-make sage-infused pumpkin sauce.
Your favorite ghouls will love this spooktacular spider web pizza, topped with an easy string cheese web and black olive creepy crawlers.
Guess what? White pizza doesn't have to mean globs of ricotta or gluey, alfredo-like sauces. It can (nay, should) be vibrant and elegant, bursting with flavor from tender vegetables, nutty-sweet aged cheeses, salty meats — and just a drizzle of heavy cream. I am obsessed with this simple white pizza recipe, and once you master […]
This poblano pizza is just a touch spicy but HUGE on flavor. Trust me: Once you master the poblano pesto sauce, cilantro-lime crema, and chili powder pepitas, you'll want to include them in all your meals.
Why not transform your favorite vegetarian antipasto platter into a pizza? This recipe is easy to make and full of Italian flavor, featuring marinated artichokes, green olives, and sun-dried tomatoes.
This watermelon pizza is so easy to make that I hesitate to even call it a recipe. Just grab a ripe watermelon, a block of feta cheese, and a handful of fresh mint leaves, and get ready for some summery deliciousness!
Looking for a summer pizza recipe? How about ten? Read on to discover some of the best pizzas I've developed to celebrate all the fresh fruits and veggies this season has to offer.
Based on a classic Italian recipe, this potato pizza is as delicious as it is simple, topped with paper-thin sliced potatoes, olive oil, rosemary, and Parmigiano-Reggiano. To make it vegan, just skip the cheese or use shredded vegan cheese instead.
Complete with from-scratch pizza dough and dump-and-stir marinara sauce, this easy recipe is your go-to template for homemade pizza night . . . any day of the week.
This marinara sauce is as summery as it gets, made with grilled ripe tomatoes, extra-virgin olive oil, salt, garlic, and dried chile flakes. Pro tip: Whip up a double batch when tomatoes are growing in the garden, then freeze it to enjoy when the warm months are long gone.