Pizza pockets

Make your pizzas completely portable by folding them into tasty little pockets with the ingredients on the inside. They're delicious cold and make an ideal picnic or lunch box filler.

Pocket Pizzas

These pita-sized pocket pizzas are great for kids and the ingredients shown are just some suggestions of things you can use as pizza toppings.

Pizza tomato sauce

Make a simple pizza sauce to top your favourite pizza with this easy recipe. The secret to the perfect pizza sauce lies in the pinch of brown sugar that complements the acidity of the tomatoes.

Margherita pizza

Make this basic Margherita pizza with our super simple pizza dough recipe, our easy pizza sauce and then add cherry tomatoes and cheese for a deliciously easy Italian meal.

Easy pizza sauce

This simply made, but super tasty, sauce is perfect to spread on a pizza base. Use the leftovers to top an English muffin or to toss through pasta.

Basic pizza dough

This easy pizza dough recipe makes 2 large (30cm) pizza bases and is set out in simple, easy to follow steps. You will have pizza in no time with this recipe.

Garlic prawn pizza

This garlic prawn pizza has no cheese on top so it's ideal if you are not a cheese lover. Make it for a romantic dinner after the kids have gone to bed. It’s OK if you BOTH have garlic.

Pita pizza

Kids love to help make these yummy quick pizzas they are crispy and delicious you can add extra to them or make them to taste

Hawaiian pizza

Make everyone's favourite tropical pizza with our easy pizza dough, even easier pizza sauce and then top them off with ham, pineapple and cheese. Yummo!

Cold pizza strips

I made up the sauce recipe when my youngest refused to eat vegetables. It is a fast and healthy base sauce. You can use the leftover sauce for another meal, perhaps a pasta dish during the week or a base for a meat sauce.

Pizza pinwheels

These pizza pinwheels are super-easy to make, having no yeast in the recipe. They are equally popular as a snack after school as a yummy alternative to sandwiches in the lunch box.


Calzone is a great way to use up leftovers from the fridge to make a yummy filling. These closed pizza pockets that travel really well in lunch boxes and on picnics.

Meatlover’s pizza

The key to a crisp pizza base is to put the dough directly onto an oven-hot surface. I use a pizza stone and place it into the oven when I preheat the oven. When I make the pizza, I pull the stone out of the oven and create the pizza directly on top of the stone.