Classic Margherita Pizza
An enduring Italian favorite, this simple pie needs nothing more than tomato sauce, fresh mozzarella, Parmesan, and basil to shine.
Quick and Easy Pizza Dough
Making pizza dough from scratch is no doubt a labor of love—but that doesn't mean it can't be fast and easy too. Just 30 minutes after forming and resting the dough, you can use it as the base for this classic pie, or get creative and make something like this tri-color salad pizza or an antipasto-inspired slice.
Grilled-Peach Pizzas with Prosciutto
Forget the standard marinara. This grilled pie combines savory and sweet with caramelized peaches, oozing mozzarella, salty prosciutto, and fragrant basil.
Pizza with a Sunny-Side-Up Egg and Herb Garden Pesto
This pesto pizza can also be served for breakfast.
Tomato and Basil Pizza
Make this easy grilled pizza with a foolproof dough, simple tomato sauce, fresh mozzarella cheese, and basil. No grill? Simply cook the dough in a cast-iron skillet over high heat, or on a preheated sheet pan or pizza stone in a 500-degree oven.
Grilled Vegetable Pizzas
These easy weeknight pies are full of surprises. Grill a bushel of produce—mushrooms, zucchini, red onion, and kale—and pile them onto rounds of store-bought flatbread. Sprinkle on blue cheese and mozzarella to bring a mix of funk and gooeyness. Then, since we've already bucked tradition, skip the marinara and drizzle your pizzas with a simple mustard vinaigrette instead. It offsets the rich cheeses and unites the vegetables into bites so satisfying, no one will notice you're having salad for dinner.
Creamy Grilled-Corn Pizza
Easy enough for a weeknight, these grilled pizzas start with store-bought naan or other pre-baked flatbread. The toppings are inspired by Mexican street corn; a blend of sour cream, mayonnaise, lime, and garlic lends tangy creaminess, while charred corn kernels provide juicy sweetness, and we add add in mozzarella for creamy heft. Slice a few as an appetizer, or serve individual pies as a main.
Steak Pizza with Peppers and Onions
If you've ever craved pizza and a cheesesteak at the same time -- and who hasn't? -- you're in luck; this pizza incorporates the flavors of both for a hearty dinner the whole family will love.
The thick, focaccia-like dough is a great blank canvas for mushrooms and pepperoni here but also works well with other toppings: Swap in crumbled raw sausage, partially cooked chopped bacon, anchovies, and sliced fresh vegetables like peppers, onions, and tomatoes.
English Muffin Pizza Snacks
Our take on a classic starts with an English muffin, because bagels shouldn't get to have all the fun! This version with melty mozzarella and tomato sauce makes for a perfect afternoon snack for little and big ones alike. For a heartier bite that would be great for lunch, check out the California-style variation below.
Roman-Style Thin-Crust Pizzas
Rolling out homemade pizza dough removes larger air pockets than if you stretch by hand; it ensures an evenly thin, crisp, almost cracker-like crust and makes an excellent white pizza. Schmear the dough with our quick and easy alfredo sauce, then try all of our delicious topping combinations.