We just tried something a bit different. Open a can of Pillsbury's crescent rolls, roll them out flat (light finger pressure only, not a rolling pin) on a cookie sheet (we put parchement paper under them), pinch the perforated areas closed, then spread pizza sauce, add pepperoni and/or other toppings, to taste, smother in mozzarella cheese, sprinkle with parmesan cheese, then bake in a 375º oven for 9-13 minutes 'til the crust is done and cheese is melted. Surprisingly good and just takes a few minutes to fix them.
We've also done a tad different, taking the rolls apart as if you were going to make the individual crescent rolls, then spread a little pizza sauce, place three pepperonis just slightly overlapping each other in the center, then maybe a little green pepper and/or onion, perhaps a sliced black olive, then carefully roll it up and place on the cookie sheet, and put in the oven at 375º as above for 9-13 minutes.
I have realized that my body doesn't react well with bread, so I started making my own carnivore pizza (aka meat-zza) using turkey or pork sausage as crust. I bake it until the meat is cooked, then I top it with whatever I want and re-bake it until the cheese and veggies are melted. I think I actually prefer it over traditional pizza.
I have tried ground beef for crust and it wasn't quite as good, IMO.