More Unique Pizza Recipes To Diversify Your Options

If there’s one thing you should know about pizza, it’s that it’s a lot more complicated than meets the eye! There’s a lot more diversity in the recipes than just your standard pizza sauce and cheese. There are plenty of odd and unique ingredients that get put into pizza recipes to completely transform the dish. These recipes have been rolled out to mixed results, so what ended up becoming successful? There are a few unique pizza recipes that have proven their pedigree; we highlight some noteworthy ones below!

Bacon Breakfast Pizza

If there’s one meal that we could have over and over again, it’s breakfast! Breakfast for dinner has become a popular staple in the United States, and this pizza recipe aims to take it a step further by blending the best parts of breakfast together. Bacon and fried eggs work perfectly with the sauce and cheese combo seen on regular pizzas. The egg even adds a bit of richness as the yolk breaks! 

Fast Philly Cheesesteak Pizza

Pizza and Philly Cheesesteaks are staples of two respective cities in New York and Philadelphia. So, why not blend the best of both worlds together to bring the most potent flavors out of each recipe? This is where the Philly cheesesteak pizza comes in! This recipe is surprisingly fast to make, simply taking the cheesesteak ingredients out of the bread and adding it onto the pizza pie. It’ll be ready to eat in under an hour!

Chicken Bacon Artichoke Alfredo Pizza

Fettuccine alfredo and chicken alfredo lovers will be over the moon with this dish! It may pack on a few calories, but this chicken alfredo-style pizza is a tasty treat for even the most lax of cheat days. All of the proper staples of a chicken alfredo dish mesh well with the added richness of bacon and the necessary greens in artichokes. While it might sound complicated, it’s actually simple to make pizza that doesn’t overpower you with its flavor.

Caprese Pizza

If you think about it, caprese and pizza are pretty similar! Pizza uses cheese and tomato sauce, while caprese uses mozzarella and tomatoes. It’s only logical that we blend these two together for a healthy and delicious union of two of Italy’s biggest staples! The best part of this dish is you don’t even need to use regular pizza crust; cauliflower crust is just as applicable and delicious to include.

Brick Oven Pizzas at Quattro

Do you want a unique and refreshing pizza experience without the guesswork of making it yourself? Quattro has everything you’re looking for! We specialize in signature brick oven pizzas that are not only unique in recipe, but have a signature smoky taste you won’t find from other cooking methods. To see what makes our brick oven pizza so highly regarded, make a reservation with us today!