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Everyone loves pizza! If you don’t believe it, you are mistaken because there are delightful pizzas for everyone, with all kinds of toppings and crusts – there is a pizza for everyone. This food is fantastic for parties and many of us have an outdoor pizza oven. We’ve already shared some pizza ideas – these were summer fruit and berry ideas, and now I want to share other pizza recipes that are sure to delight your guests and family.

If you want even fewer carbs or less fiber (some aren’t great for fiber), meat crust pizza – meatza – is a yummy option. If you flatten the meat well and bake it long enough, you can even eat this meatza with your hands if you tend to. If you don’t plan on adding very salty toppings, you can sprinkle the meat with half a teaspoon of kosher salt before baking.

A breakfast pizza recipe you can make for any meal! Homemade socca pizza crust made from just 3 ingredients; sliced ​​pineapple, uncured bacon, egg, onion, and creamy meltable artisanal cheese! A breakfast pizza that’s quick to prepare, grain-free, and deliciously nutritious. You will be addicted!

Have you ever tried a tomato and basil pizza? Tomatoes go so well with herbs, and basil is such a common herb for pizza. Coriander is a more unique option, and this flavorful coriander jalapeno tomato pizza is out of this world! Take pizza night to a whole new level with a spicy coriander, jalapeno and tomato pizza. This vegetarian pizza is like no other, you want a second pizza!

Why eat buffalo chicken wings and pizza when you can have both in one? Buffalo Chicken Pizza with blue cheese and avocado dressing is the blockbuster mix of two of your favorite snacks in one. With fried buffalo chicken bites with homemade buffalo sauce and a creamy, aromatic blue cheese and avocado dressing, this pizza is perfect for a pizza night or an upcoming get-together.

These gluten-free grilled pizzas are a real treat and easy to get just right. We recommend arugula, ham, thyme & balsamic vinegar, grilled figs and parmesan, which are delicious for grilling in summer. But you can get away with pretty much any topping. Think of bresaola and pecorino or your classic margherita. If you add tomato sauce (or pesto), spread it on the pizza as you turn it over. You want to blindly bake them on one side first.

BBQ Sweet Potato Pizza is a simple summer pizza with sweet potato, corn and jalapeno that is tossed in homemade BBQ condiment and dressed in barbecue sauce. Grilling or baking or processing into a quesadilla. It’s a vegan nut-free recipe that is also soy and gluten free – so healthy!

This flatbread pizza is for anyone who really wants an Italian pizza with that lovely, thin, crispy crust, but doesn’t have the time or patience (guilty as charged!) To make it the traditional way. This super-fast version is made from flatbreads that you can buy for next to nothing in almost any Mediterranean supermarket or market stall. And while the preparation method is a handy shortcut, it doesn’t compromise taste and texture at all, as these pizzas are insanely delicious. To me, they’re pretty much the perfect quick summer meal.

It’s all grill season and pizza is no exception! This Grilled Vegetarian Pizza with Garlic Blue Cheese Sauce Recipe is an easy and delicious way to add gourmet to your everyday pizza. It’s crispy with a char flavor from the grill, spread with a creamy, tangy garlic blue cheese sauce, loaded with a fresh, crispy kale and beet mix, some sweet pears, more blue cheese crumble and a dash of balsamic vinegar, what for a perfection!

If you have breathtaking views of your home and you want to enjoy most of them, why not rock a new and unique decor feature that is on trend today? Backsplashes in the window kitchen enliven your space and provide a beautiful view. What can be more beautiful than nature? All you have to do is make a long and narrow window that mimics your backsplash - and that's it! Glass is pretty easy to care for, just make it thick so as not to break. The view between the cabinets will look amazing and absolutely unique.

Skylights and window backsplashes

Combine skylights and window backsplashes for a more noticeable look. If you opt for horizontal skylights that repeat the backsplash lines, things get even cooler. You will flood the room with light and your kitchen will be stunning. Another important feature of window backsplashes is that you feel like you're outdoors. This is especially good if you don't have an outdoor dining area.

Window backsplashes

Rock a minimalist or modern kitchen with a window backsplash, and the greens and flowers outside contrast with white or creamy cabinetry. Add windows if you can, and they can also be foldable to further connect the kitchen with the outdoors.

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Warwick Zach Godfrey is a farmer with a happy marriage. He also writes about plants on various blogs.

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