Delicious homemade pizza recipes!

The history of pizza begins in antiquity, when various ancient cultures produced basic flatbreads with several toppings. ... The word pizza was first documented in 997 A.D. in Gaeta and successively in different parts of Central and Southern Italy. Pizza was mainly eaten in Italy and by emigrants from there.

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Who doesn’t like melted cheese, savoury tomatoes and the crispy crust of a pizza? Pizza is an affordable meal that is very easy to prepare and appreciated by many people. This is why we have found a few homemade pizza recipes for you to try. These various pizzas, that have tons of garnishes and sauce will appeal to everyone’s tastes. Discover them now!

18. Bacon and broccoli pizza

JOHNNY MILLER

With ingredients like sharp cheddar, bacon and broccoli, this pizza has something everyone will like. Plus, it only takes about 30 minutes to prepare this meal!

17. Morrocan pizza

JOHNNY MILLER

Audacious flavours like olive, cumin and cinnamon unite to create a pizza that offers the ultimate mix of sweet and salty flavours. With only 430 calories per portion, you can also help yourself to a dessert.

16. Arugula salad pizza

JOHNNY MILLER

Run away from frozen foods and opt for this easy to prepare pizza with a Meditteranean flair. All you need is a bit of prosciutto with some peppery arugula, fresh basil, lemon juice and honey.

15. Classic Margherita pizza

JOHNNY MILLER

Sometimes, having fewer ingredients is better. Start with fresh or frozen dough and garnish it with traditional ingredients: red sauce, fresh mozzarella, grated parmesan and fresh basil.

14. Spicy Hawaiian pizza

JOHNNY MILLER

If you can’t resist a sweet and spicy combo, say aloha to your new favourite pizza. Opt for a pita bread and peppery Monterey Jack cheese, ham, pineapple and marinated jalapenos.

13. Meat lover pizza

JOHNNY MILLER

Calling all carnivores! Put sweet Italian sausage, pepperoni, bacon, mushrooms and green peppers on a soft, puffy crust for a delicious pizza.

12. Spanish tapas Pizza

JOHNNY MILLER

Celebrate the flavours of Spain with this tapas-inspired pizza. Serve a chorizo sausage with Manchego cheese on a thin crust.

11. Zucchini pesto pizza

JOHNNY MILLER

With only 1/3 cup of Pecorino, this is the perfect pizza for anyone who is lactose intolerant. Load the zucchini and pesto on a thin crust. Then brighten up your pizza with fresh mint leaves and lemon zest.

10. Spinach artichoke pizza

JOHNNY MILLER

Why not try making a pizza with French or Italian bread. It takes half the time to bake, and the crust is just as thick and crunchy as a pizza crust. Start with a spinach and artichoke recipe.

9. Cheeseburger pizza

JOHNNY MILLER

If you like cheeseburgers, you’ll love this simple recipe. Take a loaf of garlic bread instead of a traditional pizza dough and add sirloin, grated cheddar and red onions.

8. Ham cheese pizza

JOHNNY MILLER

This elegant ham and cheese pizza is made with Dijon mustard, apricot jam, Granny Smith apples and Gruyère cheese. Bon appetit!

7. Vegetarian pizza

JOHNNY MILLER

This Chicago deep-dish style vegetarian pizza is as tasty and quick as delivery – at a fraction of the cost.

6. Grilled tomato basil pizza

JOHNNY MILLER

Garden tomatoes and basil make a wonderful topping for pizza cooked over charcoal BBQ.

5. South-West tortilla pizza

JOHNNY MILLER

Put black beans, corn kernels and cheddar on your tortillas and bake them into southwestern pizzas.

4. Three cheese pizza

JOHNNY MILLER

This recipe consists of three kinds of cheese with distinctly different textures and flavours: delicate, fresh mozzarella cheese, creamy ricotta cheese and sweet Pecorino Romano.

3. Pesto mozzarella pizza

JOHNNY MILLER

Bake the dough on the grill to make outdoor brick oven pizzas. Fast and fabulous!

2. Three cheese broccoli pizza

JOHNNY MILLER

Broccoli, peppers and three kinds of cheese make a delicious filling for this pizza bag. Best of all, it’s ready in 35 minutes.

1. Crispy white kale pizza

JOHNNY MILLER

Vegetable lovers should know that pre-cooked crusts cook at a lower temperature, which allows you to stack green vegetable toppings. Cover your pastry with kale, garlic and green peppers on a mixture of three kinds of cheese.


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