5 Healthy Homemade Pizza Recipes
Hold the phone. Before you dial up Domino's (or worse: press speed dial!), consider some healthier, equally delicious alternatives to your cheesy, doughy, marinara-soaked favorite. Meyer lemon and walnut may be surprising pizza ingredients, but trust us, they are decadently good. Read on for five of our favorite healthy homemade pizzas from Food52.
A variation on white (no-sauce) pizza, this recipe, inspired by an Alice Waters dish, marries the holy trinity of potatoes, garlic, and rosemary with "earthy and assertive" broccoli rabe.
A celebration of spring, this pizza bursts with the flavors of zesty arugula, lemony basil, and grassy asparagus, and it's perfect for a simple weeknight dinner. Bookmark this one for when the first daffodils bloom.
With a dough that's easy to make and roll out, and toppings—shallots, sage, walnut, and goat cheese—that are outrageously good. This pizza makes a great meal with a side salad or an elegant appetizer, cut into slices.
A riff on the classic Roman pasta dish cacio e pepe (which is made with mozzarella, taleggio cheese, and an enormous amount of ground black pepper), with the additional of tender radishes, this thin-crust pizza is irresistibly delicious.