"I combined our daughter's two favorite foods—pizza and grilled cheeseburgers—to create this main dish," says Tanya Gutierro from Beacon Falls, Connecticut. "It's very simple to make, and she and her friends love it. If you don't like the toppings, replace them with whatever you prefer."
I got this recipe from a party my husband and I attended. Now it's a hit at get-togethers at our house. Friends and family appreciate the different twist on ordinary pizza. —Michelle Beall of Westminster, Maryland
Fresh spinach gives this recipe from our Test Kitchen a tasty twist. That leafy green plus yellow peppers, snow-white mushrooms and tomato sauce make this a colorful addition to you pizza buffet table.—Taste of Home Test Kitchen
Although this pizza doesn't have sauce, it gets unforgettable flavor from a blend of cheeses, vegetables and garlic. Using frozen bread dough appeals to folks who don't care to bake.—Davis Johns, Hurst, Texas
Our Test Kitchen know that pizza and tacos are favorite foods in lots of families. So they came up with this recipe that clearly combines the two. A variety of toppings can be used to suit your tastes.
Refrigerated crescent rolls shape the crust for this party pleaser that features flavored cream cheese and fresh vegetables. "It doesn't take long for it to disappear around here," says Pat Walter of Pine Island, Minnesota.
"I use my bread machine to make the dough for this filling pizza," pens Dyann Schieltz from Parker, Colorado. "We used to pick one up from a local pizza parlor, until I dreamed up this recipe. My husband loves it!"
"My husband and I tried to duplicate the pizza from a popular Chicago restaurant, and I think our recipe turned out even better," Lynn Hamilton writes from Naperville, Illinois. "The secret is baking it in a cast-iron skillet."