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Enjoy fresh pizza sauces, flavorful veggie toppers, homemade pizza dough, and lots of requests for second slices when you make these easy and healthy pizza recipes. Each pizza recipe here was chosen with an eye on calories and fat so it will fit your healthy diet.
For 250 calories, you can enjoy a cheesy slice of this veggie-brimmed pizza complete with crunchy sweet peppers and fresh mushrooms on a golden, whole grain tortilla. Use turkey pepperoni instead of pork or beef to help cut down on fat.
Our mini margherita pizzas feature fresh mozzarellla, juicy roma tomatoes, and basil. Their itty-bitty size makes them party-perfect. Use a storebought, Italian bread shell for an easy crust.
Golden raisins give this garlic-infused pizza a sweet surprise. The unique pizza recipe is built on a homemade, whole wheat pizza dough and features fiber-filled broccoli rabe and fresh mushrooms. Drape them in melty ricotta cheese for a savory finish.
What's better than a bacon pizza? One that's healthy! This ultra-savory twist on the BLT is made with whole wheat dough and topped with baby arugula for a fresh topper full of nutrition.
We pile this timeless Italian pizza recipe with hearty sausage and pepperoni, then toss on colorful banana peppers and artichoke hearts for a healthy punch.
Whole wheat pizza dough gives this homemade veggie pizza an extra boost of protein, while fresh produce such as summer squash and crisp asparagus provides delicious doses of healthful antioxidants.
Please all pizza preferences with our four-in-one recipe. From portobello mushrooms and salty prosciutto to vitamin-rich peppers and artichoke hearts, this cheesy, healthy pizza has it all.
A medley of tender artichoke hearts, salty Kalamata olives, and garlicky veggies provide this vegetarian pizza with lots of colorful nutrients. Using Alfredo as a dip rather than a sauce lets you control how much you eat.
In just 25 minutes, you can be indulging in a classic pizza recipe for just 182 calories. Refrigerated pizza dough and a simple sauce of light olive oil make the recipe a cinch.
Piled high with Mediterranean staples such as zucchini, tomatoes, olives, and melty feta cheese, this pizza recipe brings a taste of the Mediterranean to your dinner table. Ample veggies and a schmear of mashed beans load each pizza slice with 4 g fiber and 12 g protein!
This appetizer-perfect pizza features a kaleidoscope of veggies on crisp flatbread including tender asparagus and fresh bell peppers, both rich in antioxidants. Best of all? This healthy pizza can be ready in 35 minutes.
This 303-calorie pizza will excite your taste buds with its Thai flavor and creamy, peanutty sauce. A sprinkling of mozzarella provides delicious cheesy goodness, and a final topping of fresh cilantro brings a big punch of flavor without adding fat.
Nothing's better than a perfectly golden pizza dough hot out of the oven. Follow our steps to success and create your very own delicious, homemade crust.
This no-sacrifice vegetarian pizza recipe features all the flavor and zip of its pepperoni-topped partners, but with less fat and cholesterol.Time-saving bonus: The crust is a simple purchased mix.
A purchased pizza shell provides the base for a sunny morning blend of eggs, hash browns, and cheese. At less than 250 calories per slice, that's something to get up for!
A healthy pizza recipe topped with savory Canadian bacon, fresh mushrooms, and gooey mozzarella? You bet! Enjoy for just 270 calories a slice.
Two cheeses, spinach, olives, and tomato will remind you of a classic Greek dinner. Enjoy this pizza recipe on a whole wheat pita bread round for less than 250 calories.
Spicy onions and picante sauce pair with vitamin-packed red peppers for a tangy take on chicken pizza. No crust to make here: This pizza recipe calls for refrigerated dough.
A thin flour tortilla crust ensures that the shrimp and peppers on this pizza take center stage. And don't worry about counting slices -- you get the whole pizza for 269 calories.
Fire up the grill for a low-cleanup vegetarian dinner. Our pizza recipe features garlicky onions, vitamin-C-packed tomatoes, and melty cheese on a whole wheat pita round.
This lightened version of classic taco pizza offers antioxidant benefits from juicy tomatoes. You'll love the spice of salsa as the sauce and the ease of using frozen whole wheat bread dough as the crust.