Over the decades, clean eaters have devised some pretty ingenious ways to keep pizza in their diet. So parents, forget about feeling guilty. The next time it’s Pizza Night with the kids, try one of these low-carb, veggie and gluten-free options.
Cauliflower Pizza Crust1 of 12
Gluten-free and grain-free, cauliflower crust is having a real moment. It's made with just a few easy ingredients, and it holds up to toppings like a regular pizza crust, too!
Sweet Potato Crust2 of 12
All it takes is three sweet potatoes to make this delicious crust that's so much healthier and packed with protein.
Coconut Flour Pizza Crust3 of 12
Substituting coconut flour is an easy way to make a gluten-free crust. It also has a fraction of the carbs of regular pizza crust.
Eggplant Pizza Bites4 of 12
Forget frozen pizza bites. These cute eggplant bites are healthy, simple to make and they'll satisfy parents' advanced palettes, too.
Kale Pizza Crust5 of 12
Okay, the kids may be skeptical of this green pizza at first glance, but it's still mixed with cheese, so they'll eventually give in.
Bell Pepper Pizza6 of 12
You can't make homemade pizza any easier than this. Fill a bell pepper with all your favorite toppings, and skip the carbs and calories of regular pizza.
Portobello Mushroom Pizza7 of 12
Do you love pepperoni and mushroom pizza? Or, are you feeling a little Mediterranean? This pizza recipe is for you.
Quinoa Pizza Crust8 of 12
Quinoa is already replacing rice in many popular dishes, so why not in pizza crust, too?
Zucchini Pizza Bites9 of 12
Talk about the ultimate healthy appetizer–these will fly off the plate!
Paleo Homemade Pizza Sauce10 of 12
This gluten-free, paleo pizza sauce recipe is ready to go in just 5 minutes with only nine simple ingredients.
Watermelon Pizza11 of 12
Keep the pizza theme going through dessert with this delicious vegetarian watermelon pizza drizzled with coconut yogurt and honey.