Calling all vegans, gluten-free eaters, meat lovers! These are not only a slice of pizza for all sorts of palates and dietary restrictions. You may check to see which healthy pizza recipes to grab your tongue! These are healthy and can help you lose weight!
Barbecue Chicken Pizza
None is more famous, or strangely satisfying, than the Original BBQ Chicken Pizza, which launched into the national conscience in the ’80s. As good as theirs is, we’re confident our barbecue chicken pizza recipe is even better. Plus, it’s cheaper to make at home and has just a third of the calories.
Mini Pizzas, Three Ways
English muffins come with built-in portion control, so no matter how lavishly you adorn them, you won’t break the 400-calorie barrier. And that’s why they serve as the perfect base for our personal, mini-sized pizza recipe. We even have three different variations, so any and all pizza cravings you may have will be satisfied.
Spicy Hawaiian Pizza
When it comes to funky pies, we’ve long had a love affair with the Hawaiian, not just for its yin-yang balance of sweetness and smoke, but also because it’s one of the best healthy pizza recipes you can eat. It might not be authentic Italian, but it’s authentically American.
Pizza with Turkey Pepperoni
A whole-wheat thin crust shell as a low-calorie, fiber-rich base. Load the pizza with a team of nutritional all-stars (red peppers, artichokes, fresh basil), and a good amount of turkey pepperoni. Torn deli ham or Canadian bacon would also work great here. You’re your own delivery person now!
Sunny-Side Up Egg Pizza
Eggs kind of just make every dish better, so why not jazz up your pizza with some? And we’re not talking about tossing scrambled eggs on a slice. This homemade sunny-side-up pizza recipe is unlike any pizza you could ever order, so we have a feeling you’re going to roll up your sleeves and break out the pizza dough quite often, especially when you taste this artisan-level pie.
Rainbow Veggie Pizza
This pizza has all the colors you could want to see and eat! Broccoli paired with red bell pepper come together to make the ultimate vitamin C powerhouse, all while the purple potatoes pack a sufficient amount of zinc. You may add some onions that enable the body to better absorb the zinc that’s provided in grains. Vitamin C and zinc are a dynamic duo in preventing the onset of one of the various strains of the common cold.
See? Pizza can go either way: quintessential greasy junk food or a healthy combo of fresh ingredients. Instead of gobs of cheese, opt for hearty, healthy pizza toppers like roasted squash and meaty mushrooms. Serve it up with a large salad!