A classic kid-favorite to make and to eat!
Kids love these pizza-topped skins because they end up with two of their favorite dishes: mashed potatoes one day, potato skins the next.
This one is a little more involved than the other pizzas here, but worth the effort; you might want to make it when you're doing a little family-style entertaining or preparing a special weekend meal.
A stuffed calzone is a fun alternative to pizza. Broccoli and sausage make great fillings for this bread, but you can substitute just about any other veggie or meat you like.
These delicious calzones are just like a folded over pizza. You have the delicious crust all the way around, and in the center is the delectable cheese, sauce, and other fillings of your choice.
Pizza for Passover? Why not -- with a matzoh crust. The kids just may be asking for this quick, appealing snack long after Passover has, well, passed.
The smoky, wood-fired flavor of grilled pizza is unlike anything you've ever had.
This recipe -- which features the high points of pizza with more flavor and less expense -- may not let you down.
Here's a midmorning, Easter-themed makeover for pizza, the year-round party favorite.
Spinach, sausage, and cheese fill this delectable stuffed pie. It's great for parties or bring-a-dish suppers because it feeds a crowd and can be served hot or at room temperature.
Cooked on a baking sheet and sliced into squares, flatbread makes a versatile alternative to your standard dinner rolls. Easily customized for your family, this recipe is sure to please!
Disguises aren't just for Halloween. Surprise your family with these dressed-up, spooky-looking snacks any time of year.
Get a healthy dose of yellow vegetables in this pizza. The ricotta cheese mixture adds just the right contrast to the sweet onions and squash.