6 Clean Eating Homemade Pizzas

Make dinner a fun, creative event with family and friends!

Sure, dialing up your local pizza joint is easy. But why scarf down a stale slice of greasy pizza, loaded with calories and refined ingredients, when you’ll feel weighed down and drained of energy afterward? Making your own wholesome, clean eating pizza at home is so much more rewarding, and your body will reap the benefits of a nutritious, hearty meal that sustains and satisfies.

We’re going to take you step-by-step through the process of making your own pizza dough from home. It’s not nearly as difficult as it sounds, and it tastes so much more delicious! Famous chefs like Mario Batali make pizza-making a ritual at their own homes, for their families. What better way to teach your friends and family about the virtues of clean eating, than by involving them in the fun, easy process of making healthy pizza dough, and then waiting for your warm, scrumptious pie to heat up in the oven? Pizza night doesn’t need to be hectic. It’s a night to enjoy the company of loved ones by sharing in the communal activity of making fresh dough and savoring one of everyone’s favorite comfort foods.

From classic recipes like red pizza with oregano to inventive pies like white pizza with rosemary, we have recipes for pizza toppings that will have your friends and family calling for a weekly pizza night in your home! With fresh herbs and veggies and whole wheat flour, this healthy ritual is delicious and fun for everyone.

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Clean Eating Homemade Pizzas Recipes 

Pizza Margherita

  1. Pre-heat oven and to 450 degrees F (if your oven goes higher, turn it to 475-500). If you are using a pizza stone, preheat that as well.
  2. Spread the tomato sauce on the pizza. Sprinkle with oregano (or fresh basil) & salt. Drizzle with extra virgin olive oil.
  3. Put on a baking sheet or transfer to the pizza stone in oven and bake for 9 minutes.
  4. Take out pizza, quickly add more tomato sauce and distribute the mozzarella on top.
  5. Put back the pizza in the oven and cook for another 3 minutes or until mozzarella is cooked. Some might put the mozzarella at the beginning of the cooking or at the latter part of cooking. Putting it at the end of cooking ensures that the cheese will not burn.
  6. Before serving, sprinkle some oregano (or fresh basil) & drizzle with extra virgin olive oil.

Red Pizza with Oregano & Parmesan

  1. Spread tomato sauce on the pizza. Sprinkle with oregano & salt. Drizzle with extra virgin olive oil.
  2. Bake for 9 minutes.
  3. Take out pizza, quickly add more tomato sauce and distribute the mozzarella and parmesan on top.
  4. Put back the pizza in the oven and cook for another 3 minutes or until mozzarella is cooked. Some might put the mozzarella at the beginning of the cooking or at the latter part of cooking. Putting it at the end of cooking ensures that the cheese will not burn.
  5. Before serving, sprinkle some oregano (or fresh basil) & drizzle with extra virgin olive oil. 

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Red Pizza with Anchovies & Garlic

  1. Spread tomato sauce on the pizza. Sprinkle with oregano and garlic. Put anchovies on top. Drizzle with extra virgin olive oil.
  2. Bake for 9 minutes.
  3. Take out pizza, quickly distribute the mozzarella on top.
  4. Put back the pizza in the oven and cook for another 3 minutes or until mozzarella is cooked.
  5. Before serving, sprinkle some oregano & drizzle with extra virgin olive oil.

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Red Pizza with Tuna & Onions

  1. Spread tomato sauce on the pizza. Sprinkle with oregano and garlic. Place tuna & onions. Drizzle with extra virgin olive oil.
  2. Put in a pre-heated oven and cook at 450 degrees F for 9 minutes.
  3. Take out pizza, quickly distribute the mozzarella on top.
  4. Put back the pizza in the oven and cook for another 3 minutes or until mozzarella is cooked.
  5. Before serving, sprinkle some oregano & drizzle with extra virgin olive oil.

White Pizza with Mozzarella 

  1. Sprinkle pizza with rosemary.
  2. Put in a pre-heated oven and cook at 450 degrees F for 9 minutes.
  3. Take out pizza, quickly distribute the mozzarella on top.
  4. Put back the pizza in the oven and cook for another 3 minutes or until cheese are cooked.
  5. Before serving, sprinkle some fresh rosemary & drizzle with extra virgin olive oil.

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6. White Pizza with Rosemary

  1. Sprinkle pizza with rosemary.
  2. Bake for 12 minutes.
  3. Before serving, sprinkle some fresh rosemary and drizzle with extra virgin olive oil.

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Rowena Dumlao-Giardina

Rowena is a recipe developer and food & travel writer/photographer from Italy with Asian roots. Creating healthy dishes in her own kitchen is priority. She believes there is nothing more satisfying than knowing that her family is eating natural & nutritious meals.

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5 Comments

  1. I will start by saying….I hardly cook but I want to start trying clean eating at my ripe age of 73. Looking at the dough recipe, I notice that the dough is cut in quarters. Can you freeze what you don’t use? Also, how do the slices break down in WWSP? Thank you very much!

    1. Yes, Diane, you can freeze the dough. And the SmartPoints listed are for two small slices or one larger slice.

  2. I created this pizza in Weight Watchers and there is no way this is 3 points.
    The flour alone for 8 servings is 9 points, that’s with nothing else. When I creates the whole recipe it was 17 points for 1 of 8 servings. I make pizza once a week and always save my points, because my pizza with just sauce and little mozzarella is 8 pts for 1 of 8 servings.

    1. Maria, Divide the total dough recipe into 6 balls. Next, each ball makes one pizza crust and this will be divided into 8 servings. That’s
      how the nutritional data was calculated per serving. Keep in mind this recipe makes 6 pizza crusts.

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