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Recipe Roundup: Pizza-Infused Everything


You ever have those weeks where all you want to do is sit on the couch and eat pizza, but then you remember that you’re an adult and probably shouldn’t have frozen pizza for every meal? Well, we’ve found a loophole with some recipes that allow you enjoy that comforting pizza taste through an assortment of foods. So pizza up!

1. Pizza Stuffed Shells

Photo Credit: Plain Chicken

Photo Credit: Plain Chicken

These classy sizzling shells from food blog Plain Chicken look classy and will totally impress your mother, while the addition of pepperoni or your own favorite pizza toppings will satisfy your pizza craving. The soft shell serves as a crust to create the perfect pizza-pasta combo.

2. The Pizzadilla

Photo Credit: Serious Eats

Photo Credit: Serious Eats

Because sometimes one layer of cheese just isn’t enough. Serious Eats’ The Food Lab brings quesadillas to a whole new level by adding pizza toppings to the mix.

3. Grown Up Pizza Wraps

Photo Credit: Menu Musings...

Photo Credit: Menu Musings…

For days when the need to adult is real but the desire for pizza is realer. Coming from the webpages of Menu Musings of a Modern American Mom, this wrap is great for people on the go. It’s quick to make, so you can pack it up before a busy day and enjoy a secret pizza wherever you are.

4. The Grilled Cheeza

Photo Credit: The Vulgar Chef

Photo Credit: The Vulgar Chef

The Vulgar Chef knows that our love for pizza is matched only by our love for grilled cheese, so he gave us this beautiful hybrid. And then wrapped it in bacon.

5. Pizza Cupcakes

Photo Credit: http://www.pillsbury.com/recipes/pizza-cones/044a90f6-e028-4e66-a7d2-5802197ddca6" target="_blank">Pillsbury

Photo Credit: Pillsbury

When one pizza-based meal really isn’t doing it, Pillsbury has our back. Make one of our own flavorful pizzas for dinner, and follow it with some pizza cupcakes (or pizza cones) for dessert.

Feature Photo Credit: Pillsbury

Sarah Cummings

Sarah Cummings is a native New Yorker braving the Boston winters to study Writing, Literature, and Publishing at Emerson College. In her spare time, she can often be found rock climbing, cuddling the neighborhood cats, or integrating goat cheese into her every meal.