Tricolor Salad Pizzas — Meatless Monday

Top cheesy pizzas with fresh salad for a healthy and delicious dinner.
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Tricolor salad pizzas

If your usual salad routine has you feeling uninspired (and maybe a little bored), look no further for a craveable solution: pizza. Yes, that's right. Salad meets pizza. In this Tricolor Salad Pizza recipe from Food Network Magazine (pictured above), Ellie Krieger tops a cheesy crust with classic salad fixings, like greens and tomatoes, for a lightened-up dish that has all the gooey indulgence of a takeout pie, plus some welcome fresh additions. She starts with store-bought pizza dough, on which she melts a trio of cheeses: mozzarella, Parmesan and ricotta. She then mixes peppery arugula, crisp endive and juicy grape tomatoes with balsamic vinegar for a colorful, healthful topping.

Get the recipe: Tricolor Salad Pizzas from Food Network Magazine

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