7 New Reasons to Love Pizza

Upgrade your basic pizza with toppings inspired by favorite comfort foods (think meatballs, Buffalo chicken, and grilled cheese).

By Usha Sahay from Taste of Home
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    Meatball Pizza

    If you love: Spaghetti and Meatballs
    Try: Prep extra meatballs when you're making pasta; save for a later pizza night and use as the topping.

    Get the recipe at Taste of Home

    BLT Pizza

    If you love: B.L.T.s (Bacon, lettuce, and tomato sandwiches)
    Try: This cold pizza topped with crisp lettuce and bacon. Great as a party appetizer served at room temperature.

    Get the recipe at Taste of Home


    Chicken Alfredo Pizza

    If you love: Chicken Alfredo
    Try: Topping your pizza with this creamy, cheesy sauce. It pairs perfectly with chicken and red peppers.

    Get the recipe at Taste of Home

    Stuffed Crust Pizza

    If you love: Grilled Cheese
    Try: This simple technique bakes the cheese into the crust for your take on own homemade stuffed-crust pizza.

    Get the recipe at Taste of Home

    Pizza Carbonara

    If you love: Pasta Carbonara
    Try: Topping your pizza with bacon and green onions, and a cheesy Parmesan sauce.

    Get the recipe at Taste of Home

    Pizza on the Grill

    If you love: Barbecue chicken
    Try: Skip the rotisserie or turn the oven off on hot nights, and make this barbecue chicken pizza on your grill.

    Get the recipe at Taste of Home

    Buffalo Chicken Pizza

    If you love: Buffalo Chicken Wings
    Try: This genius combination combines the cheesy goodness of pizza with the spicy kick of buffalo chicken. Don't forget the blue cheese dressing!

    Get the recipe on Taste of Home


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    • http://www.facebook.com/arshamsray Shams Aci

       Well prepared pizza seems, as per informed by Reader’s Digest, an ideally health food for healthy living provided that its prepared hygienically caring (avoiding) about adding those ingredients which are commonly understood as allergic to most users.