Pizza Quesadilla

Friday night we had home made pizzas. There was maybe a half cup of sauce left, and I thought about just throwing it away, but I ended up saving it, and im SO GLAD I did. I was rummaging through the fridge this afternoon trying to find something that sounded good for lunch.  Nothing was standing out.  When I’m hungry I get whiney so I knew I better find something quick (come on, don’t act like im the ONLY one) Just when I was about to slam that refrigerator door, I spotted that pizza sauce!!!   Just like that, I had an idea! PIZZA QUESADILLAS!!!...more

BBQ Chicken Pizzas

Happy Monday! I’ve got a quick and easy meal for you. You could have it for lunch, dinner or as an appetizer. It has great flavor combinations that work really well together. Let’s get cookin’ BBQ Chicken Pizzas!Cook up some chicken breasts, or buy pre-cooked chicken, and shred into a bowl....more

Luxurious Gluten Free Pizza!

An awesome recipe for Gluten Free Pizza with mozzarella, tomato, basil and rocket!! ...delicious!!...more

Pizza ... It's Not Worth It!

Pizza has become a convenient and favorite family meal.  A pizza store can be found on almost every street in America, at almost every sporting event, mall or shopping center. But did you know that eating the crust alone of one slice of pizza has as many calories as eating three slices of bread?...more

Kid-friendly, Hiddne Veggie Pizza

Amber @ Fit, Foodie RunsFor more kid-friendly dishes visit: on site)Good Morning!Yesterday was a pretty awesome day, I have a lot of first time things that I want to share with you....more

Bubble Up Pizza

Love pizza? You’ll want to give this one a try. It’s a less caloric option and you get that great pizza taste without all the guilt! For those of you on Weight Watchers, it’s only 7 points per piece!  Let’s get to it!Brown up some meat in a skillet. I used 93/7 beef. You could also use ground turkey....more
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beet crust pizza

With beets, Bob’s Red Mill quinoa flour, & Bob’s Red Mill hazelnut meal married together with coconut oil, this crust is gluten and sugar free!

Homemade Pizza Pockets

Today, my sister and I ran some errands.  We found ourselves eating a late lunch/early dinner at a gas station because we were hungry and the food there was cheap.  I had a pizza stick.  I enjoyed it.  This brough back memories of cooking class in middle school.  I don't know why I don' t make these more often because they are easy to make and they taste good. Plus, they are better than Totino's Pizza Rolls.Pizza PocketsTools Needed: One baking tray.Ingredients:...more