unexpected but magically delicious pizza toppings
pizza is perfect...but it's nice to branch out.
Published Jul 31, 2015 5:00 AM
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Delivery pizza is amazing, we’re not arguing that point. BUT, when you’re ready to upgrade, here are 11 innovative, fresh pizza toppings we found for you to try at home.
If you love cheese, this one is for you! This pizza combines fresh mozzarella, salty parmesan, and hefty scoops of whole milk ricotta with hints of garlic and zesty lemon.
This vegetarian pizza is crispy, light, and loaded with a delicious mix of herbs.
Try figs for an unexpected kick of sweetness. Tip: get evenly thin crust using a rolling pin instead of your hands.
This bright, flavorful naan pizza makes the perfect summer meal. Plus…the courgette ribbons, mint, and feta look so pretty together!
This grilled pizza’s smoky crust combined with the sweetness of the seafood and tartness of the greens make this a noteworthy pie to try. Get creative with the type of greens and cheese you use to mix it up.
This cheesy, eggy concoction tastes indulgent yet fresh. Before serving, break the egg with a spoon and evenly distribute the runny goodness over the pizza.
A big name for a beautiful pie. The potato crust on this pizza is super easy and perfect for preparing during a busy workweek. Feel free to add cheese, if you’re not vegan.
Inspired by Big River Pizza in St. Paul, this purple potato pizza tastes just as unique as it looks. Generously drizzle sour cream on top of this Japanese-infused option.
Don’t let the thought of topping your pizza with dandelions scare you away from this recipe. The dandelion pesto is actually delicious (and you can always sub in arugula). Top with edible flowers to serve.
The one to try if you’re gluten free. This incredibly light, grain-free option means you can enjoy it guilt-free. Plus, the dried plums support bone health.
A colorful flatbread pizza packed with fresh flavor. This recipe suggests prepping your dough over the weekend to use throughout the week.