Pizza has got to be one of the easiest things to make (and the most delicious). For awhile, I was making my own dough, letting it rise, waiting for hours, and all that, but I found Whole Foods' pre-made multi-grain pizza dough, so now that's all I use, and it makes the pizza-making experience so much easier.
Pizza gets a really bad rap for being an unhealthy junk food, but it really shouldn't - if you make it the right way. (Key: if you make it). Sure, there are plenty of places that aren't like Papa John's or Pizza Hut and actually make your pizza to order instead of heating it up from a frozen state, but you still can't control the amount of oil, butter or salt that goes into your pizza. So convert pizza into a healthy meal, make it yourself.
The other trick is to avoid high sodium tomato sauces and high fat cheeses and meats. Those are two of the biggest culprits that give pizza its bad rap for being unhealthy. Instead of tomato sauce, just cut up a tomato. Prioritize vegetables instead of sausage and pepperoni and use high quality cheese, in small amounts. Voila! You just went from a junk food feast to a healthy, fast weeknight meal.