There is no doubt that pizzas are not the healthiest food, at least the ones you can buy in fast food restaurants or those frozen ones. Typically, those pizzas are full of carbs, fats and artificial ingredients that are harmful to health and one of the main reasons of weight gain.
To tell the truth, I’m a pizza lover but after turning to the healthy lifestyle I realized I had to get rid of those “factory-made” things.
I was searching for healthy pizza recipes that are nutritious and low in calories but at the same time they are delicious. I learned how to make healthy pizza dough, sauces, and I got rid of those unhealthy toppings.
Making a healthy pizza is easier than you think. You just need to make the dough from whole grains and use more veggies and lean meat. That is all! This way you can enjoy nutritious and delicious meal that you can make fast.
I have spent some time on collecting the best healthy pizza recipes that you can find below. You can filter the list based on what sort of ingredients are used. You can find chicken, beef, seafood, cheese, vegetable and even fruit pizzas. You can also find some tips and the best cookbooks.
I hope, with the help of this list, you can find the pizza you will love. And do not be afraid none of these will ruin your diet.
Good appetite and do not forget to share these recipes with your friends.
Enjoy this protein-packed meal after a workout to rebuild muscle.
Quick and easy way to enjoy a healthy Pizza for Athletes. It is high in protein low in fat and has good carbs.
Topped with: 1. Diced Organic Chicken Breast 2. Mozzarella Cheese
Instead of the usual tomato sauce, make a white sauce for your pizza and top with shredded chicken and fresh oregano, chives, and parsley.
Looking for a healthy Pizza recipe? Try the "No Dough Chicken and Eggplant Pizza" from the "Hitch Fit Living Cookbook.
This healthy, low fat homemade barbecue chicken pizza recipe is low in fat & calories and high in protein. It also only contains four ingredients which makes it extremely fast & simple to prepare.
Great chicken pizza recipe with a lot of blended veggies.
Popular Paleo cookbook for preparing healthy pizzas.
To improve the nutritional profile of pizza, include whole-wheat flour in the crust.
It’s made with 100% whole wheat flour and is mixed together in the food processor. It requires just a few kneads and a few rolls with a rolling pin, but the effort is minimal. Dinner is ready.
Watch how to make a yummy pizza crust that's healthier than typical crusts because it's made with whole wheat flour. It bakes up with a crisp crust, but it's soft and chewy on the inside.
This sauce has the exact combination of spices and flavor that perfectly compliment any Italian pie.
Here is a simple to make and healthy version of Ragu sauce that your children will love
Homemade pizza sauce just doesn't taste quite right unless you use fresh garden tomatoes as a primary ingredient. Make homemade pizza sauce with garden tomatoes with help from a trusted chef in this free video clip.
Flour, cornmeal, whole-wheat pizza dough, garlic, olive oil, red potatoes, rosemary, salt, Parmesan, pepper
Flour, cornmeal, whole-wheat pizza dough, olive oil, onion, salt, pepper, spinach, goat cheese
Eggplant Parm is spun into a pizza with grilled eggplant, marinara, fresh basil and Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese.
Easy to make pizza recipe with a lot of greens.
Not only is the crust simple, it is FAST. That’s the key for me
Flour, cornmeal, whole-wheat pizza dough, olive oil, garlic, tomatoes, oregano, salt, mozzarella, Parmesan
This stuffed pizza is filled with crumbled tofu, spinach, sun-dried tomatoes, cheese and fresh basil.
Break out the napkins! This pie is an over-the-top, vegetarian concoction with black-bean spread, Jack cheese, tomatoes, scallions, olives and pickled jalapenos; it's part nacho, part pizza.
There's no need to bring confetti to your next snack-time gathering. Just carry in this colorful pizza that's topped with a rainbow of crunchy vegetables!
A sprinkling of bright, sweet mint complements the smoky grilled vegetables in this dish.
Why not use cooler-weather vegetables like broccoli and arugula as an unconventional pizza topping? The arugula adds a slightly bitter, peppery taste—for a milder flavor, use spinach instead.
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