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29 Easy Weekend Pizzas to Make Right Now Slideshow

29 Easy Weekend Pizzas to Make Right Now Slideshow

These recipes are easy and tasty and eating any of them would be a great way to enjoy the weekend

After a long week of hard work and healthy eating, it is finally the weekend! What better way to celebrate the precious time away from work by sitting down to a delicious pizza with friends and family?

We have a great selection of pizza recipes you can make at home and a recipe for homemade pizza dough to get you started. Of course, if you want to, go ahead and buy some good quality ready to roll pizza dough. There are so many options available, so there’s no shame in a little head start to help you make something delicious this weekend!

29 Easy Weekend Pizzas to Make Right Now

After a long week of hard work and healthy eating, it is finally the weekend! What better way to celebrate the precious time away from work by sitting down to a delicious pizza with friends and family?

We have a great selection of pizza recipes you can make at home and a recipe for homemade pizza dough to get you started. There are so many options available, so there’s no shame in a little head start to help you make something delicious this weekend!

Homemade Pizza Dough

These days it’s pretty easy to get your hands on some quality ready-made pizza dough. If you want to go that extra mile and immerse yourself in the pizza process, try making your own dough! It’s not difficult and is very rewarding.

Avocado Pizza With Caramelized Onions Recipe

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Chanterelle Mushroom and Leek Pizza

Domino's Thin-Crust Pizza

Fantastic Fractions Pizza

Fried Green Tomato Pizza

Gorgonzola, Onion, and Rosemary Naan Pizza

Grilled Breakfast Pizza With Bacon, Béchamel, Eggs, and Jalapeños Recipe

Grilled Pizzas With Corn, Prosciutto, and Tarragon

Grilled Smoked Salmon Pizza

Grilled Sausage and Fennel Pizza

Homemade Spicy Sausage and Ricotta Pizza Recipe

Irish Pizza

Don’t dismiss black pudding until you have actually tried it! It is really delicious and worth overcoming any squeamish qualms. This pizza features classic Irish flavors and is sure to go down a treat!

For the Irish Pizza recipe, click here.

Mushroom Pizza With Gouda, Shallot, and Basil

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Pepperoni, Pepper, and Provolone Pizza

Pizza With Goat Cheese, Peaches, and Almond-Tarragon Pesto Recipe

Pizza With Lemons and Brussels Sprouts

Ramen Pizza

Here’s an adventurous pizza that uses ramen as the base, before topping the noodle base with more traditional toppings. Nothing like a gastronomic weekend adventure!

Roasted Garlic Pizza With Mushrooms and Spinach

Shrimp Scampi Pizza: Santarpio's Pizza

Sunny Side Up Breakfast Pizza

Wild Mushroom Pizza With Caramelized Onions, Fontina, and Rosemary


Naked Pizza

We started our day at the Union Square Farmer’s Market:

Whenever I visit New York City and walk through Union Square, I gaze longingly at the famous farmer’s market, wishing I actually lived in the city and could thus take advantage of the greenmarket’s offerings. This year, therefore, it was fun to pretend I was a local, shopping for fresh fruits and veggies… and trying to remember that Jessica’s tiny refrigerator only comes up to my knee!

A healthy food truck decided to park itself right outside the market.

I bought a coconut truffle, and a cashew-based Macaroni and Cheese to try later:

The coconut truffle was delicious (albeit tiny). I didn’t like the moc and cheese, but I admittedly have very high standards now that I’ve tried Blossom’s vegan cheese sauce.

Speaking of cheese… this was lunch:

S and I spotted this restaurant called “Naked Pizza” as we were walking from 14th street to the East Village, and we figured it was perfect for both of us: vegan-friendly for me, and pizza for him!

Above is the pizza we ordered, with Daiya cheese on the left and mozzarella (non-vegan) cheese on the right. We both decided on mushrooms and spinach for our respective side’s toppings, and I liked how the crust was whole-grain.

S just liked that it tasted good .

Their chocolate ice cream tastes like you are eating a chocolate milkshake. Hands down the best chocolate ice cream I have ever eaten, vegan or not.


Naked Pizza

We started our day at the Union Square Farmer’s Market:

Whenever I visit New York City and walk through Union Square, I gaze longingly at the famous farmer’s market, wishing I actually lived in the city and could thus take advantage of the greenmarket’s offerings. This year, therefore, it was fun to pretend I was a local, shopping for fresh fruits and veggies… and trying to remember that Jessica’s tiny refrigerator only comes up to my knee!

A healthy food truck decided to park itself right outside the market.

I bought a coconut truffle, and a cashew-based Macaroni and Cheese to try later:

The coconut truffle was delicious (albeit tiny). I didn’t like the moc and cheese, but I admittedly have very high standards now that I’ve tried Blossom’s vegan cheese sauce.

Speaking of cheese… this was lunch:

S and I spotted this restaurant called “Naked Pizza” as we were walking from 14th street to the East Village, and we figured it was perfect for both of us: vegan-friendly for me, and pizza for him!

Above is the pizza we ordered, with Daiya cheese on the left and mozzarella (non-vegan) cheese on the right. We both decided on mushrooms and spinach for our respective side’s toppings, and I liked how the crust was whole-grain.

S just liked that it tasted good .

Their chocolate ice cream tastes like you are eating a chocolate milkshake. Hands down the best chocolate ice cream I have ever eaten, vegan or not.


Naked Pizza

We started our day at the Union Square Farmer’s Market:

Whenever I visit New York City and walk through Union Square, I gaze longingly at the famous farmer’s market, wishing I actually lived in the city and could thus take advantage of the greenmarket’s offerings. This year, therefore, it was fun to pretend I was a local, shopping for fresh fruits and veggies… and trying to remember that Jessica’s tiny refrigerator only comes up to my knee!

A healthy food truck decided to park itself right outside the market.

I bought a coconut truffle, and a cashew-based Macaroni and Cheese to try later:

The coconut truffle was delicious (albeit tiny). I didn’t like the moc and cheese, but I admittedly have very high standards now that I’ve tried Blossom’s vegan cheese sauce.

Speaking of cheese… this was lunch:

S and I spotted this restaurant called “Naked Pizza” as we were walking from 14th street to the East Village, and we figured it was perfect for both of us: vegan-friendly for me, and pizza for him!

Above is the pizza we ordered, with Daiya cheese on the left and mozzarella (non-vegan) cheese on the right. We both decided on mushrooms and spinach for our respective side’s toppings, and I liked how the crust was whole-grain.

S just liked that it tasted good .

Their chocolate ice cream tastes like you are eating a chocolate milkshake. Hands down the best chocolate ice cream I have ever eaten, vegan or not.


Naked Pizza

We started our day at the Union Square Farmer’s Market:

Whenever I visit New York City and walk through Union Square, I gaze longingly at the famous farmer’s market, wishing I actually lived in the city and could thus take advantage of the greenmarket’s offerings. This year, therefore, it was fun to pretend I was a local, shopping for fresh fruits and veggies… and trying to remember that Jessica’s tiny refrigerator only comes up to my knee!

A healthy food truck decided to park itself right outside the market.

I bought a coconut truffle, and a cashew-based Macaroni and Cheese to try later:

The coconut truffle was delicious (albeit tiny). I didn’t like the moc and cheese, but I admittedly have very high standards now that I’ve tried Blossom’s vegan cheese sauce.

Speaking of cheese… this was lunch:

S and I spotted this restaurant called “Naked Pizza” as we were walking from 14th street to the East Village, and we figured it was perfect for both of us: vegan-friendly for me, and pizza for him!

Above is the pizza we ordered, with Daiya cheese on the left and mozzarella (non-vegan) cheese on the right. We both decided on mushrooms and spinach for our respective side’s toppings, and I liked how the crust was whole-grain.

S just liked that it tasted good .

Their chocolate ice cream tastes like you are eating a chocolate milkshake. Hands down the best chocolate ice cream I have ever eaten, vegan or not.


Naked Pizza

We started our day at the Union Square Farmer’s Market:

Whenever I visit New York City and walk through Union Square, I gaze longingly at the famous farmer’s market, wishing I actually lived in the city and could thus take advantage of the greenmarket’s offerings. This year, therefore, it was fun to pretend I was a local, shopping for fresh fruits and veggies… and trying to remember that Jessica’s tiny refrigerator only comes up to my knee!

A healthy food truck decided to park itself right outside the market.

I bought a coconut truffle, and a cashew-based Macaroni and Cheese to try later:

The coconut truffle was delicious (albeit tiny). I didn’t like the moc and cheese, but I admittedly have very high standards now that I’ve tried Blossom’s vegan cheese sauce.

Speaking of cheese… this was lunch:

S and I spotted this restaurant called “Naked Pizza” as we were walking from 14th street to the East Village, and we figured it was perfect for both of us: vegan-friendly for me, and pizza for him!

Above is the pizza we ordered, with Daiya cheese on the left and mozzarella (non-vegan) cheese on the right. We both decided on mushrooms and spinach for our respective side’s toppings, and I liked how the crust was whole-grain.

S just liked that it tasted good .

Their chocolate ice cream tastes like you are eating a chocolate milkshake. Hands down the best chocolate ice cream I have ever eaten, vegan or not.


Naked Pizza

We started our day at the Union Square Farmer’s Market:

Whenever I visit New York City and walk through Union Square, I gaze longingly at the famous farmer’s market, wishing I actually lived in the city and could thus take advantage of the greenmarket’s offerings. This year, therefore, it was fun to pretend I was a local, shopping for fresh fruits and veggies… and trying to remember that Jessica’s tiny refrigerator only comes up to my knee!

A healthy food truck decided to park itself right outside the market.

I bought a coconut truffle, and a cashew-based Macaroni and Cheese to try later:

The coconut truffle was delicious (albeit tiny). I didn’t like the moc and cheese, but I admittedly have very high standards now that I’ve tried Blossom’s vegan cheese sauce.

Speaking of cheese… this was lunch:

S and I spotted this restaurant called “Naked Pizza” as we were walking from 14th street to the East Village, and we figured it was perfect for both of us: vegan-friendly for me, and pizza for him!

Above is the pizza we ordered, with Daiya cheese on the left and mozzarella (non-vegan) cheese on the right. We both decided on mushrooms and spinach for our respective side’s toppings, and I liked how the crust was whole-grain.

S just liked that it tasted good .

Their chocolate ice cream tastes like you are eating a chocolate milkshake. Hands down the best chocolate ice cream I have ever eaten, vegan or not.


Naked Pizza

We started our day at the Union Square Farmer’s Market:

Whenever I visit New York City and walk through Union Square, I gaze longingly at the famous farmer’s market, wishing I actually lived in the city and could thus take advantage of the greenmarket’s offerings. This year, therefore, it was fun to pretend I was a local, shopping for fresh fruits and veggies… and trying to remember that Jessica’s tiny refrigerator only comes up to my knee!

A healthy food truck decided to park itself right outside the market.

I bought a coconut truffle, and a cashew-based Macaroni and Cheese to try later:

The coconut truffle was delicious (albeit tiny). I didn’t like the moc and cheese, but I admittedly have very high standards now that I’ve tried Blossom’s vegan cheese sauce.

Speaking of cheese… this was lunch:

S and I spotted this restaurant called “Naked Pizza” as we were walking from 14th street to the East Village, and we figured it was perfect for both of us: vegan-friendly for me, and pizza for him!

Above is the pizza we ordered, with Daiya cheese on the left and mozzarella (non-vegan) cheese on the right. We both decided on mushrooms and spinach for our respective side’s toppings, and I liked how the crust was whole-grain.

S just liked that it tasted good .

Their chocolate ice cream tastes like you are eating a chocolate milkshake. Hands down the best chocolate ice cream I have ever eaten, vegan or not.


Naked Pizza

We started our day at the Union Square Farmer’s Market:

Whenever I visit New York City and walk through Union Square, I gaze longingly at the famous farmer’s market, wishing I actually lived in the city and could thus take advantage of the greenmarket’s offerings. This year, therefore, it was fun to pretend I was a local, shopping for fresh fruits and veggies… and trying to remember that Jessica’s tiny refrigerator only comes up to my knee!

A healthy food truck decided to park itself right outside the market.

I bought a coconut truffle, and a cashew-based Macaroni and Cheese to try later:

The coconut truffle was delicious (albeit tiny). I didn’t like the moc and cheese, but I admittedly have very high standards now that I’ve tried Blossom’s vegan cheese sauce.

Speaking of cheese… this was lunch:

S and I spotted this restaurant called “Naked Pizza” as we were walking from 14th street to the East Village, and we figured it was perfect for both of us: vegan-friendly for me, and pizza for him!

Above is the pizza we ordered, with Daiya cheese on the left and mozzarella (non-vegan) cheese on the right. We both decided on mushrooms and spinach for our respective side’s toppings, and I liked how the crust was whole-grain.

S just liked that it tasted good .

Their chocolate ice cream tastes like you are eating a chocolate milkshake. Hands down the best chocolate ice cream I have ever eaten, vegan or not.


Naked Pizza

We started our day at the Union Square Farmer’s Market:

Whenever I visit New York City and walk through Union Square, I gaze longingly at the famous farmer’s market, wishing I actually lived in the city and could thus take advantage of the greenmarket’s offerings. This year, therefore, it was fun to pretend I was a local, shopping for fresh fruits and veggies… and trying to remember that Jessica’s tiny refrigerator only comes up to my knee!

A healthy food truck decided to park itself right outside the market.

I bought a coconut truffle, and a cashew-based Macaroni and Cheese to try later:

The coconut truffle was delicious (albeit tiny). I didn’t like the moc and cheese, but I admittedly have very high standards now that I’ve tried Blossom’s vegan cheese sauce.

Speaking of cheese… this was lunch:

S and I spotted this restaurant called “Naked Pizza” as we were walking from 14th street to the East Village, and we figured it was perfect for both of us: vegan-friendly for me, and pizza for him!

Above is the pizza we ordered, with Daiya cheese on the left and mozzarella (non-vegan) cheese on the right. We both decided on mushrooms and spinach for our respective side’s toppings, and I liked how the crust was whole-grain.

S just liked that it tasted good .

Their chocolate ice cream tastes like you are eating a chocolate milkshake. Hands down the best chocolate ice cream I have ever eaten, vegan or not.


Naked Pizza

We started our day at the Union Square Farmer’s Market:

Whenever I visit New York City and walk through Union Square, I gaze longingly at the famous farmer’s market, wishing I actually lived in the city and could thus take advantage of the greenmarket’s offerings. This year, therefore, it was fun to pretend I was a local, shopping for fresh fruits and veggies… and trying to remember that Jessica’s tiny refrigerator only comes up to my knee!

A healthy food truck decided to park itself right outside the market.

I bought a coconut truffle, and a cashew-based Macaroni and Cheese to try later:

The coconut truffle was delicious (albeit tiny). I didn’t like the moc and cheese, but I admittedly have very high standards now that I’ve tried Blossom’s vegan cheese sauce.

Speaking of cheese… this was lunch:

S and I spotted this restaurant called “Naked Pizza” as we were walking from 14th street to the East Village, and we figured it was perfect for both of us: vegan-friendly for me, and pizza for him!

Above is the pizza we ordered, with Daiya cheese on the left and mozzarella (non-vegan) cheese on the right. We both decided on mushrooms and spinach for our respective side’s toppings, and I liked how the crust was whole-grain.

S just liked that it tasted good .

Their chocolate ice cream tastes like you are eating a chocolate milkshake. Hands down the best chocolate ice cream I have ever eaten, vegan or not.


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