What’s a food that almost every family can agree on for lunch, dinner, or even nowadays, breakfast? Pizza! One of the best ways to get kids in the kitchen is with homemade pizza recipes you can make together any day of the week. Pizza has become more than just dough, sauce, and cheese throughout the years, so no matter what your family loves and their dietary needs – there’s a homemade pizza recipe out there.
Homemade Pizza Recipes to Inspire You for National Pizza Day
A great pizza starts with a phenomenal base. We love a traditional pizza dough, but recently needed to explore some gluten-free options for health reasons. Whatever your family needs, one of these dough, and non-dough recipes would work for you:
You can also go with a crustless pizza option, too!
Unique Pizza Recipes to Make at Home
When I’m craving pizza I enjoy a thin crust as long as it can hold lots of melted cheese, pepperoni, meatball, and amazing sauce. Sometimes, I like mushrooms and onions instead of all the meats. Either way, the crust makes or breaks the whole meal. However, I know many people love thick crusts, deep dish, and many even enjoy a breakfast pizza. Keeping all of this in mind, I managed to create a great collection of unique homemade pizza recipes that are fairly easy to make and all satisfy even the most discerning pizza connoisseur!
- Breakfast Pizza
- Detroit Style Pepperoni Pizza
- Classic Grandma Cheese Pie
- Sheet Pan Pizza
- Cast Iron Pizza
- Lamb Pizza
- Roasted Cauliflower Pizza
- Roasted Garlic & Mushroom Pizza
And finally, the basic but perfectly balanced Cheese Pizza. The one that started it all, and is the base of just about all other pizza recipes!
On a Side Note
If you’re not into making your own dough, there’s always pre-made crusts available at your local grocery stores. But, you can also buy balls of pizza dough at local stores and oftentimes, your favorite pizza place. Cut your time in the kitchen by purchasing the dough, or done-for-you crust and enjoy all the sauce, cheese, and toppings you love any day of the week.
No worries if you don’t have a pizza oven, or want to make pizza in the heat of summer without turning on your kitchen oven! You can grill yours! Where there’s a will, there’s a way when it comes to pizza for dinner, lunch, or even breakfast.