Recipe Roundup: Make-Your-Own Pizzas

I still remember the first Easter my family ever spent with my brother and his wife and how amazed I was by the fact that Kelly was so crafty in the kitchen—even going so far as to make her own pizzas, down to the dough, from scratch. At the time, I was only in high school, and I remember thinking to myself, ‘Wow, I want to be like that some day!”

Sadly, despite the fact that I’ve upped my cooking skills since then, I’ve yet to make my own pizza. Pizza is one of my favorite things in the world to eat—falling slightly behind chocolate chip pancakes—and I always see these amazing make-your-own pizza recipes online and in magazines. But when the craving for pizza strikes, I always opt to dine out rather than whip up my own creation.

I’m determined that’s going to change. And to make sure that happens, I’ve rounded up five MYO pizza recipes that are utterly irresistible—if you love pizza as much as I do, of course.

Clockwise from top left: BLT Pizza via Taste of Home; Naan Breakfast Pizza via Yummly; Lemon Arugula Pizza via Two Peas & Their Pod; Creamy BBQ Chicken Pizza via tableFEAST; and Charred Corn & Avocado Pizza via Two Peas & Their Pod.

Clockwise from top left: BLT Pizza via Taste of Home; Naan Breakfast Pizza via Yummly; Lemon Arugula Pizza via Two Peas & Their Pod; Creamy BBQ Chicken Pizza via tableFEAST; and Charred Corn & Avocado Pizza via Two Peas & Their Pod.

The fried egg pizza would be perfect for a weekend brunch, and I love anything that’s topped with arugula or avocado. Which of these pizzas would you make and munch on?

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