Pizza doesn’t have to be a guilty pleasure. While it may seem like a highly indulgent food, there are plenty of healthy pizza recipes you can eat without feeling bad the next day.
You can make your Friday night pizza healthier by loading it with veggies or swapping out the carb-heavy crust for something lighter.
From tortilla pizzas to carb-free recipes to cauliflower crusts, this is a roundup of the 20 best
healthy pizza recipes to help you start the New Year off right!
Check out these delicious and guilt-free recipes below.
Spinach is packed with protein and vitamins, making it one of the
healthiest leafy greens you can choose from.
This filling and fresh healthy pizza recipe features a whole wheat pizza crust, homemade tomato sauce, and delicious vegetables.
You get the rich and hearty pizza flavor you want without loads of cheese and salt.
The carbo-loaded pizza crust is often the most caloric part of a pizza.
If you want to cut out some calories and make a pizza rich in whole foods, try this whole-wheat pizza recipe.
Whole wheat foods have more nutrients compared to white bread and crusts, meaning your body gets more of the good stuff. Plus, a homemade crust always tastes better than store bought.
Margherita is a classic and criminally underrated pizza. It uses fresh and juicy tomatoes with vibrant green basil and gooey mozzarella.
It’s a simple combination of ingredients that results in a vivid and mouthwatering flavor.
This recipe uses a whole wheat crust to add more nutrients to this unpretentious and scrumptious pizza.
If you haven’t hopped on
the cauliflower crust pizza train yet, this is your chance!
You’ll be amazed by how much you don’t miss a traditional pizza crust, as cauliflower crust delivers the delightful chewy and dense texture.
The cauliflower also adds a sweet earthy flavor to the pizza. And after making one cauliflower crust, you’ll be a pro and can make them on the fly!
If you’re a fan of thin-crust pizza, you’ll love this paleo almond flour pizza crust.
You can add any toppings you want to the flat and crispy crust that offers the perfect crunch and flavor.
Almond flour has no gluten, making it ideal for people on paleo diets or those with celiac disease.
You can indulge in bold and spicy flavors without feeling guilty with this healthy southwest pizza recipe.
The recipe features a spicy homemade sauce and a beautiful golden crust with a pleasant crunch.
With red onions, corn, and other quintessential southwest ingredients, it offers a familiar and robust taste.
An easy way to make a pizza recipe healthy is to load it up with nutritious veggies!
This colorful pizza has a bright flavor and is super filling.
You can use the veggies in the recipe like broccoli, carrots, and cauliflower, or use whatever veggies you have, like peppers, onions, corn, or spinach. Don’t be afraid to get creative!
Kale is an excellent ingredient if you want to add nutrition and keep a dish healthy. It’s low in calories and packed with vitamins, calcium, and essential minerals.
Add some nuts and lemon juice to create a deep, warm pesto with hints of citrus.
This pizza is scrumptious and loaded with nutrition, and you can make extra
pesto to have with pasta or on a sandwich.
Goat cheese is a healthy alternative to many heavy sodium-loaded types of cheese.
The tangy and peppery flavor of arugula adds a distinct flavor and pairs well with the creamy white sauce.
This recipe is phenomenal for folks who want a cheese-loaded pizza with fewer calories and a fresher, lighter taste.
Artichokes are sensational on pizza and no one talks about it enough.
The squishy but tender texture and nutty flavor elevate any pizza.
black olives to bring some saltiness and you have the perfect healthy pizza.
For some light and refreshing, try this whole-wheat lemon broccoli pizza.
Fresh lemons add a vibrant and delectable flavor to this pizza and elevate the green and earthy taste of fresh broccoli.
It's super cheesy and soft without being packed with carbs and fat.
Roasting your pizza veggies brings a distinct depth of flavor that takes your healthy pizza to the next level.
This loaded veggie pizza features pumpkin and squash for a unique flavor that is perfect as an autumn weeknight dinner.
You can cut your pizza’s calorie content in half by using whole-wheat pizzas in place of dough.
This flavorful and creamy pizza has all the best pizza flavors without all the fat and calories.
With baby spinach and light ricotta cheese, you get an earthy and gratifying flavor.
Pepperoni is not the healthiest ingredient, but you can enjoy a pepperoni pizza without the guilt, thanks to this recipe.
With whole-wheat dough and low-sodium pizza sauce, it cuts out a decent amount of calories so you can have the meaty flavor without all the fat and salt.
For something outside of the box, try this refreshing and juicy fruit pizza.
This recipe is more like
a healthy dessert but in pizza form.
It takes minutes to make with a premade sugar cookie dough sheet and has a sweet and succulent flavor without being loaded with sugar.
Pineapple-on-pizza haters can skip this one, but anyone who appreciates this tropical fruit on pizza will love this recipe.
It’s spicy, bright,
and 100% vegan.
You can follow this recipe and use jalapenos, mango, tomatoes, and mushrooms, or swap them out for your favorite pizza toppings like bell peppers.
Tortillas are one of the lowest-calorie
types of bread you can have.
Unlike thick carb-loaded pizza crusts, tortillas are thin and substantially cut down the carb content in a pizza.
This gluten-free pizza recipe is perfect for people who want a rich pizza flavor with half the calories.
Instead of making a massive pizza that you’ll wind up devouring, make these adorable English muffin pizzas!
It’s easier to portion this recipe for one or two people and the perfect weeknight meal.
whatever toppings you want, from extra veggies to meat to your favorite spices.
If you want a low-calorie pizza with the bright and zesty
flavors of Greek food, this spinach and feta pizza is for you.
Feta cheese is salty and flavorful but low in calories compared to cheddar and mozzarella.
Plus, you get plenty of nutrients from spinach, including minerals, protein, and vitamins.
Who says carb-free folks can’t enjoy pizza? Finding keto pizza recipes can be tough and many are disappointing.
But this keto breakfast pizza will knock your socks and start your day off on the right foot.
This fluffy quiche-like pizza is full of protein and vitamins and free of gluten.
Enjoy These Guilt-Free Pizzas
You can still enjoy pizza without feeling the guilt of
eating junk food. Try these healthier pizza recipes and tell us what you think in the comments!
Choose your favorite recipe. Gather the necessary ingredients. Prep and cook your recipe in 30 minutes or less. Enjoy!