Fitness Minutes: (0)
21 3/15/12 2:24 P
I make a basic pizza crust from stratch-flour, olive oil egg, yeast-, then add wheat germ to the mix.Shape in pan ,pressing sesame seeds into the end crust, prebake at 400 about 10-12 minutes, then add sauce and toppings, I prefer green pepper, onion, mushrooms and since hubby likes pepperoni, I cut the slices into strips and sprinkle on top using much less. Then I add the mozzerella Last sprinkling on top of toppings, Using much less cheese than applying first. Finish baking another 15 minutes or so until done depending on size of pizza.
I take large whole wheat pita bread, slice in half so you have two circles. Place on a cookie sheet, add your toppings and bake for just a few minutes until all is melted and crispy !!
3/14/12 6:40 P
One favorite is whole wheat pita bread I get at the health food store. I keep it in the freezer and just take one out at a time. Add pizza sauce, turkey pepperoni and a dash of mozzarella. Yum!
The other crust I like is ezekiel bread tortilla, 80 calories. I left one out and didn't use for my lunch and it dried and got really crispy. So good! I put a laughing cow cheese, scrambled egg and salsa on it. It would make a great crust.
When Jesus takes your hand, He keeps you tight. When Jesus keeps you tight, He leads you through life. When Jesus lead you through life, He brings you safely home. ~ Corrie Ten Boom ~
Nothing tastes as good as how being thin feels.
Being overweight is hard, losing weight is hard, maintaining a healthy weight is hard. Choose your hard.
Fitness Minutes: (0)
1 3/14/12 3:56 P
I am a pizza freak too! Besides making it with a thin, whole wheat crust - other things I've done is make a personal pizza with a high fiber wheat tortilla, also make mini pizzas with light english muffins or skinny bagels. When I allow myself to "splurge" every now and then it usually is on either mexican food or pizza, so I feel your pain! But making light versions or snack versions definitely helps with the cravings.
3/14/12 11:50 A
I LOVE Pizza! The toppings and the sauce can easily be made to fit your diet, but the CRUST is the kicker. Im looking for recipes for a healthier crust or any pizza making ideas/recipes.
Edited by: GIANINAD at: 3/14/2012 (11:52)
Page: 1 of (1)
Other Recipes & Cooking General Discussion Topics:
SparkPeople, SparkCoach, SparkPages, SparkPoints, SparkDiet, SparkAmerica, SparkRecipes, DailySpark, and other marks are trademarks of SparkPeople, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
SPARKPEOPLE is a registered trademark of SparkPeople, Inc. in the United States, European Union, Canada, and Australia. All rights reserved.