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A classic kid-favorite to make and to eat!
No matter how you slice it, pizza rules. And although parlor pies are great, once in a while it's a real treat for kids to make one from scratch.
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.
Your child can't help the famously ravenous caterpillar turn into a butterfly, but she can help him metamorphose into a pizza! Shaping and topping dough are perfect jobs for a (supervised) young chef.
Pizza is always a crowd-pleaser, and the cheese-filled crust of our veggie pie makes it all the more appetizing.
This rustic tart is a deliciously simple way to use the summer vegetable harvest.
This tempting recipe lets kids turn a favorite sandwich inside out.