11 Glorious Pizza Recipes That Are Calling Your Name

Pizza is always the answer. Always.

1. Classic Margherita Pie with No-Knead Dough

Since 2006, New York City baker Jim Lahey has published two cookbooks and been the subject of numerous food articles – all thanks to his innovative no-knead bread and pizza crust technique. Get the recipe on Food52.

2. Roberta’s Pizza with Guanciale and Egg

Roberta’s has been serving up perfect pies since it opened in Brooklyn in 2008. This bacon and egg version doubles as a breakfast of champions. Get the recipe on Food52.

3. Broccoli Rabe, Potato and Rosemary Pizza

Cooking the potato slices beforehand allows them to almost melt into the rest of the pizza. Get the recipe on Food52.

4. Cacio e Pepe Pizza with Roasted Radishes

Because cheese and pepper deserve to go on everything. Get the recipe on Food52.

5. Leek, Bacon, and Goat Cheese Pizza

Creamy goat cheese, chunks of salty bacon, and a sprinkling of leeks that have been sautéed in butter, cream, and white wine. What’s not to love? Get the recipe on Food52.

6. Naples-Inspired Pizza with Buffalo Mozzarella and Fresh Basil

This pie is as autentica as it gets. Get the recipe on Food52.

7. Veggie Pizza with Acorn Squash, Cherry Tomatoes, and Provolone

A super easy way to use seasonal produce. Get the recipe on Food52.

8. Pizza with Savory Speck and Arugula

It doesn’t get much better than fresh arugula and cured meat. And melty cheese, of course. Get the recipe on Food52.

9. Grilled Fennel Flatbread with Olives and Sultanas

The creaminess of the feta and the crunch from the fennel give this flatbread a great texture. Get the recipe on Food52.

10. White Clam Pizza

This is a quintessential minimalist pizza — just clams, cheese, oregano, and garlic. Get the recipe on Food52.

11. Butternut Squash and Roasted Garlic Galette

Okay, so this isn’t technically a pizza. But the dough is so flaky and the cheese is so melty that we will count it anyways. Get the recipe on Food52.

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