Grilled Cheese Pizza


The most alluring pizza toppings are, no doubt, subjective. Most people like to stay in the world of tradition and convention; they love topping their pizzas with what they consider traditional and delicious pizza toppings like tomato, red bell pepper, mushrooms, fresh herbs, red sauce, and anything else that can think of as a delightful, acceptable topping. But the topping you will find gravitating toward depends on your taste buds, moods, dietary restrictions, and just plain old personal preference. For example, if you have your heart set on butter, you may never want to eat fish pizzas again.

If you lean toward a spicy, peppery, hot sausage topped pizza, then you are in luck. You can build your pizza flavors around your desired heat level with traditional ingredients like pepperoni, onions, mushrooms, and other meats. But, of course, there is nothing wrong with using vegetables here, too. And don’t forget the tomato!

Another way to get that excellent pizza taste without the traditional high-calorie, fatty toppings is to cook your pizza in a non-stick pan or bake it in a non-fat oven. The good news is that the low fat versions do not have to taste like cardboard. These are tasty alternatives to the old-fashioned, greasy, high calorie, high sugar, high fat toppings that so many traditional pizzas are based on.

You can also use low fat or low sugar toppings for your pizza. If you are looking for the best pizza toppings, try the topping with the freshest ingredients available. Toppings like fresh mushrooms and green bell peppers have very little fat. And yet, they are packed with flavor. They are great for adding some color to your meal, too. When combined with your reduced calorie sausage and tomato sauce, mushrooms and green bell peppers will give you a delicious, satisfying meal that you will love every time you indulge in it.

For another pizza taste that keeps you coming back for more, roast some chicken breast or beef in olive oil along with some fresh spinach. Using fresh herbs like parsley, basil and oregano along with your spinach will give you a tangy, spicy twist on the standard chicken or beef dish. Roasting chicken breasts and beef creates tender, juicy pieces that are full of natural flavor. Meanwhile, roasting a piece of spinach with a red pepper butter and some shredded sharp cheddar cheese will give you a satisfying meal that is full of nutrition as well as flavor.

Alfredo sauce is a good choice to accompany chicken or pork. Alfredo is made by combining cream of tomato and milk then adding chicken broth and seasonings. It is very easy to make and can be found at most any grocery store. This delicious Alfredo sauce goes well with many different chicken dishes, pasta dishes and vegetables.

If you are looking for a different twist on traditional chicken dishes, try using ground beef instead of turkey. Ground beef has a stronger flavor and goes well with a variety of chicken entrees. You might be surprised at how good ground beef can be, especially when you pair it with some red peppers and onions. With the addition of the peppers and onions, this dish will be a natural inclusion in any diet, too.

If you have never had pizza before, you may want to start out with a traditional pie that contains a lot of cheese like a 12-inch pizza or a seven-inch pizza. Just add some spinach to the pie after the toppings and let the cheese melt into the crust. You can also bake the pizza in the oven until the cheese is melted. Then, serve the cheese on top of a fresh garden salad or cut up fresh veggies and eat it with tortilla chips. Add fresh tomatoes and chopped red onions and you will have a healthy yet tasty meal you can enjoy all year long.