Fun Ways to Eat Pizza All the Time

These clever, inventive and (of course) cheesy recipes mean you can indulge in pizza as much as you want, and never get bored.

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Mozzarella Stick Stuffed Crust Pizza

We took Detroit's square deep-dish style pizza to a whole new level by stuffing the crispy crust with cheese and pepperoni. And the whole pizza is loaded with a hearty meat sauce that you can make while the pizza bakes.

Get the Recipe: Mozzarella Stick Stuffed Crust Pizza

Breakfast Pizza with Zucchini Pesto

You can count on Bobby Flay to make up the ultimate breakfast pizza complete with garden-fresh pesto, ricotta, provolone and a runny fried egg.

Get the Recipe: Breakfast Pizza with Zucchini Pesto, Provolone, Smoked Ricotta and Olive Oil Fried Egg

Pizza Rolls

Ree Drummond's pizza rolls are filled with a simple marinara sauce, pesto and plenty of toppings — no pizza lover will be able to resist them.

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Sausage Pizza Cones

Take your slice to go! You can shape the flour tortilla cones ahead of time and fill 'em up just before serving.

Get the Recipe: Sausage Pizza Cones

White Pizza with Everything Bagel Crust

Swap in ricotta for cream cheese and this bagel-inspired pizza is perfect for a fun brunch.

Get the Recipe: White Pizza with Everything Bagel Crust

Detroit-Style Pizza

The tangy blend of cheese that crisps around the edges of the pan, the spongy dough and the sauce that is spooned on after you bake it are unmistakable signs that you've bitten into a slice of Detroit's squared-off take on pizza.

Get the Recipe: Detroit-Style Pizza

Pepperoni Pizzagna

Take two Italian favorites (pizza and lasagna!) and put them together for something even more impressive.

Get the Recipe: Pepperoni Pizzagna

Cacio e Pepe Pizza

Cheesy, peppery flavors translate perfectly from pasta to pizza dough. This is a recipe you'll want to make again and again.

Get the Recipe: Cacio E Pepe Pizza

Pizza Pot Pie

Inspired by the famous pizza pot pie served at Chicago Pizza and Oven Grinder Co., we dreamed up a homemade version with the same oozy cheese goodness by using store-bought pizza dough and extra-melty sliced Havarti from the deli case.

Get the Recipe: Pizza Pot Pie

Chickpea Crust Pizza

This gluten-free pizza crust calls for just four ingredients and can be made ahead of time. Pull it out when you're cooking for a crowd and top it with whatever suits you. Here, it's topped with tomato and mozzarella, but the chefs in Food Network Kitchen also think salty, briney olives, capers and anchovies work particularly well.

Get the Recipe: Chickpea Crust Pizza

Pizza with Meatball Crust

Turn the crust into the best part of the pizza by topping it with meatballs. We won't judge if you decide to eat the slice in reverse!

Get the Recipe: Pizza with Meatball Crust

Quinoa Crust Pizza

White quinoa makes for a chewy, thin pizza crust with an extra earthy flavor.

Get the Recipe: Quinoa Crust Pizza

Ramen Pizza

This dish (inspired by the Japanese okonomiyaki savory pancake) has a crunchy ramen noodle base and is loaded with the sweet, salty, creamy, spicy and umami flavors found in a warm bowl of ramen.

Get the Recipe: Ramen Pizza

Pizza with Jalapeno Popper Crust

Forgo traditional pizza crust in favor of this mashup. The crust gets stuffed with a cream cheese mixture (just like a jalapeno popper) and is then topped with the peppers before baking.

Get the Recipe: Pizza with Jalapeno Popper Crust

Pizza Frittata

During the week, make this pepperoni-topped mashup for a completely unique take on breakfast for dinner.

Get the Recipe: Pizza Frittata

Pizza with Sausage-and-Pepper Crust

A sausage and pepper mixture gets stuffed inside pizza crust for a meaty take on stuffed crust.

Get the Recipe: Pizza with Sausage-and-Pepper Crust

Deep Dish Pepperoni Pizza

Deep dish pizza doesn't have to be a huge time commitment. This weeknight version is on the table in 40 minutes with only 15 minutes of prep.

Get the Recipe: Deep-Dish Pepperoni Pizza

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