Looking for lighter alternatives to the usual pizza toppings? Skinless turkey and part-skim mozzarella keep this pizza low
in fat, but with fresh herbs like basil and parsley, these slices are high in flavor.
Packed with flavor and full of healthful benefits, this pizza is perfect for a quick weeknight recipe or for casual weekend
meals. The plum tomatoes and tomato chutney are excellent sources of lycopene, an important antioxidant.
If you're pressed for time, you can use a store-bought pizza crust instead of making the homemade crust used in this healthy
pizza recipe. Topped with bacon and two types of cheese, you would never guess it's only 115 calories per slice.
This classic pizza is sure to be a hit. Fresh herbs and balsamic vinegar add flavor without adding unnecessary calories. Pile
on additional veggies like spinach, red onion, or sliced zucchini for a colorful variety and extra nutrition value.
Tasty and sophisticated enough for anyone needing a change from ordinary pizza, this pizza is an excellent vegetarian option.
Caramelizing the onions and fennel enhances the flavor of both and adds a slight sweetness that pairs well with the salty
olives and creamy cheese.
Use precooked, frozen shrimp to save time when making this recipe. Not only is this healthy pizza a flavorful combination
of ingredients, it's also good for you! Spinach is a great source of fiber, iron, and calcium.
Red and yellow bell peppers and fresh parsley make for a light and colorful pizza that's perfect for a family meal or for
feeding a crowd. Each slice weighs in at only 104 calories, so you can indulge without feeling guilty.
Pepperoni pizza is a classic favorite, and in less than 20 minutes, you can make this light and healthy version. The whole
wheat crust has more fiber and nutrients than a white flour crust, and using part-skim mozzarella saves on calories without
compromising any flavor.