0
 
Author: Sorting Last Post on Top ↓ Message:
AINGHAM1's Photo AINGHAM1 Posts: 1
6/6/16 11:00 A

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
I roast vegetables - eggplant, squash, red peppers. tomatoes - with olive oil and fresh Italian herbs. Then, I top with mozzarella and seasoned ricotta.

JUSTSIMPLYQ's Photo JUSTSIMPLYQ Posts: 521
5/24/16 10:28 P

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
I haven't craved pizza (yet), but if I do, I'm going to eat it. IMO, if you deny yourself, it just makes it worse.

Just control yourself to one or two slices, supplement with a salad and drink a bunch of water so you don't go crazy.

And enjoy that pizza!

Add me on FitBit!
https://www.fitbit.com/user/4CXHLG or justsimplyq@gmail.com


 Pounds lost: 65.8 
 
0
58.75
117.5
176.25
235
HAWKTHREE's Photo HAWKTHREE SparkPoints: (32,331)
Fitness Minutes: (14,667)
Posts: 1,070
5/24/16 12:53 P

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
If I'm craving pizza, I just eat the toppings. Tomato and cheese and mushrooms and whatever else is on it.

Agatha Christie: "'One never quite allows for the moron in our midst."


 Pounds lost: 0.0 
 
0
5.25
10.5
15.75
21
XME501's Photo XME501 Posts: 2,750
5/20/16 11:32 A

Community Team Member

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
We love pizza at our house!! My youngest son would eat it for breakfast, lunch, and dinner if he could.
We splurge on pizza about once every 3 months - and today is the day. I will have a couple of slices and, of course, my big salad!! And lots and lots of water.
barb



 July Minutes: 184
 
0
75
150
225
300
SMCARDLE SparkPoints: (73,675)
Fitness Minutes: (62,032)
Posts: 982
5/17/16 10:03 A

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
If you crave pizza, eat pizza. But only one slice.



 current weight: 165.9 
 
174
166.75
159.5
152.25
145
REMEMBER05's Photo REMEMBER05 Posts: 419
5/3/16 10:14 P

Send Private Message
Reply
I figure the best way to go with pizza is to eat veggie! One of my favorite spark recipes I have the link for below. t's a cold pizza, but the yellow peppers and cherry tomatoes make it really good! Sometimes when you crave something instead of just denying yourself, you might as well try a different healthier version of it. That is what has worked for me.

emoticon emoticon emoticon

https://recipes.sparkpeople.com/recipe-det
ail.asp?recipe=322220


"Be not the slave of your own past. Plunge into the sublime seas, dive deep and swim far, so you shall come back with self-respect, with new power, with an advanced experience that shall explain and overlook the old."

~Ralph Waldo Emerson


 Pounds lost: 0.0 
 
0
61.75
123.5
185.25
247
GAILRUU's Photo GAILRUU Posts: 10,127
5/3/16 9:34 A

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
I eat pizza, but only one slice.



 current weight: 155.2 
 
196
182.25
168.5
154.75
141
SPACKLES Posts: 7
4/24/16 12:15 A

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
I cut a whole wheat pita in half, spread with a little spaghetti sauce from the jar (we usually have one in the fridge!), meat/veggies of your choice, lo-fat mozzarella - pop it into a very hot oven for a few minutes. When it comes out, I like to top mine with some arugula tossed with a little olive oil, sprinkle with good, fresh parmesan - so delicious, and certainly hits the spot when craving pizza!



 Pounds lost: 10.0 
 
0
5
10
15
20
MONICA_M_P SparkPoints: (26)
Fitness Minutes: (0)
Posts: 2
4/19/16 5:49 P

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
I like the cauliflower crust pizza as well. I omit the cheese in the crust and really squeeze out the cauliflower, (cheese cloth is best I found) I also use dry curd cottage cheese for most of the cheese topping, only adding a few grams of Asiago cheese to the top of the pizza for that intense cheese flavor. I make my own Italian turkey sausage topping out of 99% lean turkey. With these trade-outs, I can take an already low calorie dish and ring it in at around 150 calories for a 6" personal sized pizza.

CLMIHAL SparkPoints: (1,627)
Fitness Minutes: (1,300)
Posts: 21
4/9/16 5:25 P

Send Private Message
Reply
I would try the cauliflower crust recipe for a pizza craving, if you're seriously dieting. here's one recipe I've found that we like:

1 head of cauliflower
1/2 c. shredded mozzarella
1/4 c grated parmesan cheese
1/2 t. dried oregano
1/2 t. kosher salt
1/4 t. garlic powder
2 eggs, lightly beaten

Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.

Break the cauliflower into florets and pulse in a food processor until fine. Steam in a steamer basket and drain well. (I like to put it on a towel to get all the moisture out.) Let cool.

In a bowl, combine the cauliflower with the mozzarella, Parmesan, oregano, salt, garlic powder and eggs. Transfer to the center of the baking sheet and spread into a circle, resembling a pizza crust. Bake for 20 minutes.

Add desired toppings and bake an additional 10 minutes.

Recipe courtesy of Katie Lee
,

ELLENOR9's Photo ELLENOR9 Posts: 80
2/20/16 6:53 P

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
https://recipes.sparkpeople.com/recipe-det
ail.asp?recipe=2169937

I like this for a pizza fix emoticon



 Pounds lost: 2.0 
 
0
7
14
21
28
BARBARAO29 Posts: 37
2/19/16 6:25 P

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
Schwans flat bread----1/2 330 calories with a large salad

RKOTTEK's Photo RKOTTEK Posts: 5,122
2/17/16 7:41 P

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
The English muffins are an ideal snack size too (depending on how many you have)
;)



 current weight: 359.0 
 
361
325.75
290.5
255.25
220
GSABASS's Photo GSABASS SparkPoints: (107,698)
Fitness Minutes: (59,395)
Posts: 19,354
2/17/16 1:42 P

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
I make english muffin pizzas, with store-bought pizza sauce, some italian-blend cheese, turkey pepperoni, and I bake them at 450 in a toaster oven for about 10 minutes. 1 muffin is a nice accompaniment to a salad for dinner for me.

Started loss 11/4/14; lost 114.6 pounds in 1 year.

Maintaining since 11/8/15

Every day is a new day, a new chance to succeed. Make the most of this day!


38 Maintenance Weeks
 
0
10
20
30
40
CHIPPEE's Photo CHIPPEE Posts: 9,646
2/10/16 4:50 P

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
Put a slice of low fat mozzarella on a piece of Wasa fiber rye (40 calories). Add a slice or two of tomato, sprinkle with parmigiana cheese and a little oregano. Broil till cheese is melted/bubbly and enjoy!



 Pounds lost: 15.6 
 
0
18.75
37.5
56.25
75
MGNAGEY81's Photo MGNAGEY81 Posts: 325
1/7/16 4:13 A

Send Private Message
Reply
Low Carb Pizza Crust
https://youtu.be/_kHRnkNRwcc



Total SparkPoints: 38,209
 
30,000
32,499
34,999
37,499
39,999
SparkPoints Level 15
SMILES4383's Photo SMILES4383 Posts: 15,713
12/19/15 12:32 P

Community Team Member

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
Huge Salad w/ low fat dressing emoticon
Lots of veggiesemoticon emoticon
Limited number of slices (depending on current size and activity level) emoticon
Limited calories from beverage emoticon
Followed by ACTIVITY ~ emoticonemoticonemoticonemoticonemoticon

Enjoy - if you don't have a small amount of what you are 'craving' you will end eating a lot of other things that do not satisfy you....so long as it is food.
Pizza is food - there are many, many items sold in the grocery that are not food - they are chemical concoctions.....but, Pizza is not one of them.

Just like every other food - eat what YOU need and don't overindulge.

HAPPY EATING emoticon


----------
I don't want to live my life as an unhealthy person.
I will do whatever it takes to receive OPTIMAL HEALTH.
...............
I can have anything I want --- I just don't want that.
...............
Keep your eyes on the PRIZE @@
~3T~
...............
My Recipes
recipes.sparkpeople.com/more-about-m
e.asp?user=761828
RKOTTEK's Photo RKOTTEK Posts: 5,122
12/18/15 7:03 P

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
this recipe looks like a good alternative

recipes.sparkpeople.com/recipe-detail.asp?
recipe=1568637


Edited by: RKOTTEK at: 12/18/2015 (20:59)

 current weight: 359.0 
 
361
325.75
290.5
255.25
220
KFSTAAB SparkPoints: (38,363)
Fitness Minutes: (6,736)
Posts: 1,556
12/17/15 11:46 P

Send Private Message
Reply
tomato pie (or crustless pizza)

PERKY551 SparkPoints: (2,936)
Fitness Minutes: (480)
Posts: 11
12/17/15 2:22 P

Send Private Message
Reply
I make mine on josephs low carb pita bread sauce and cheese yum



 current weight: 271.2 
 
294
260.5
227
193.5
160
SPARKINGMEGHNA's Photo SPARKINGMEGHNA Posts: 2,434
12/15/15 1:02 A

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
Honestly, I make mini pizza for myself. This way my craving is satisfied and I have control over what goes in my mouth.

-Meghna


 current weight: 156.8 
 
183
169.5
156
142.5
129
VEG954 Posts: 7,436
12/14/15 5:50 P

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
eggplant parm

LININPARADISE7 SparkPoints: (1,721)
Fitness Minutes: (0)
Posts: 580
12/11/15 9:50 A

Send Private Message
Reply
If it's pizza crust you desire, you can make a low carb crust and put the toppings on this:
1 8 ou. pack of cream cheese (room temp)
2 eggs
1/4 t. ground black pepper
1 t. garlic powder
1/4 C. grated parmesan cheese
Preheat oven to 350.
Spray a 9 X13 baking dish with PAM. With a mixer, mix all ingredients until combined. Spread into the baking dish and bake 15-20 minutes until golden brown. Allow crust to cool 10 mins. Top with your toppings and bake 8 to 10 minutes more until any cheese you have put on top is melted. Yum!



 current weight: 145.0 
 
150
145.5
141
136.5
132
KARLANEESE SparkPoints: (1,633)
Fitness Minutes: (876)
Posts: 5
11/19/15 5:18 P

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
We make our own Pita Pizzas using Greek Pitas we get at Sprouts, no-salt marinara, turkey pepperoni and light mozzarella cheese. Delicious, easy and very reasonable calorie wise.

VEG954 Posts: 7,436
11/11/15 8:15 P

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
Chicken parm

HALLOWEENJEN's Photo HALLOWEENJEN Posts: 658
11/11/15 1:29 P

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
Usually my own homemade grilled Pizza. Although the other day I tasted a whole grain English muffin, topped it with pizza sauce sprinkled with oregano and garlic powder, added shredded turkey and a slice of fresh mozzarella and broiled it. It was super yummy and not too high in calories.

You can't lose weight by talking about it, you have to shut your mouth.

Jen From Minnesota


 current weight: 258.6 
 
280
247.5
215
182.5
150
RKOTTEK's Photo RKOTTEK Posts: 5,122
11/7/15 2:07 A

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
FORTUNATELY
Look up Puttanesca sauce and have together with vegetable spaghetti.
cheers



 current weight: 359.0 
 
361
325.75
290.5
255.25
220
FORTUNATELY Posts: 4
11/6/15 10:42 P

Send Private Message
Reply
I am diabetic, so I eat low carb which means no crust, but this satisfies my pizza cravings. You can change this up any way that suits your taste.

Pizza Topping Casserole

1 lb. bulk sausage
1 small onion, chopped
1 small green pepper, chopped
3 1/2 oz. pepperoni, chopped
8 oz. mushrooms, sliced
olives, sliced
1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
1/2 teaspoon Italian seasoning
pizza sauce, as desired
shredded mozzarella cheese, as desired

Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Brown the sausage with the onion and green pepper. Drain. Stir in the remaining ingredients, except the pizza sauce and cheese. Stir in the amount of pizza sauce desired. Place in an 8" or 9" square or round baking pan. Top with the cheese. Bake until the cheese is melted and browned the way you like it.

VEG954 Posts: 7,436
11/6/15 8:46 P

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
I top sliced roasted chicken with home made sauce and cheese; then heat in micro until cheese melts. Love it with a simple romaine salad.

REGENERATEME's Photo REGENERATEME Posts: 405
11/6/15 7:19 A

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
Sliced eggplant topped with diced tomato, oregano, anchovies ( I like ), mozzarella cheese, parm cheese and bake ... love this anytime!

I am the result of my own deed; whatever deed I do, whether good or bad I shall become its heir.


 Pounds lost: 11.0 
 
0
8.75
17.5
26.25
35
RKOTTEK's Photo RKOTTEK Posts: 5,122
10/14/15 11:34 P

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
DLGORDON
When I was relatively young, crushed dried chilli was a regular on my pizzas



 current weight: 359.0 
 
361
325.75
290.5
255.25
220
DLGORDON5's Photo DLGORDON5 Posts: 128
10/14/15 10:18 P

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
OMG...great post! Pizza is my favorite all time food and I rarely indulge. But when I do this is how I do it. I can't eat cheese so I order without cheese with sauce and tons of veggies. It tastes just like a giant bruchetta! It's delicious. When I eat pizza at my favorite pizza joint I eat 2 slices and I eat it with a fork and knife. That way I savor every bite and it lasts longer. Oh and one more very important "no calorie" ingredient! Crushed red pepper. Yum...

JMCT-JP SparkPoints: (56,666)
Fitness Minutes: (3,106)
Posts: 28
9/21/15 8:09 P

Send Private Message
Reply
Your Chicken Pizziaola sounds interesting. I looked at the recipe and have made a note to try it (the next time I am out shopping, I will have the recipe along!)
To answer the original question about what to do when craving pizza, I use the time that a pizza (from my favorite take-out) is being delivered to make and eat a very satisfying heap of vegetables in a salad. Then when the pizza arrives, I allow myself to truly enjoy a measured amount. When I am finished with my meal, I log everything, and then I savor the satisfaction of being in that world of self-indulgence within self-control. (Oh, and one more thing; if there is left-over pizza, I have noticed that I will most likely slide off the edge of my Spark Points by finding some excuse or other to eat it all gone, so I only order a pizza that will allow for sufficient portions depending if I am eating alone or with family/friends...this rule is a very key issue for successful logging...at least for me!)

STELLAROSE227 Posts: 102
9/21/15 1:32 P

Send Private Message
Reply
Chicken Pizziaola. Basically, it's flattened chicken breasts, covered in tomato sauce, toppings and cheese that's baked until the chicken is done. I actually just posted the recipe if anyone is interested: recipes.sparkpeople.com/recipe-detail.asp?
recipe=2973259


Edited by: STELLAROSE227 at: 9/21/2015 (13:40)
KMIRANDA2000's Photo KMIRANDA2000 SparkPoints: (127,789)
Fitness Minutes: (87,223)
Posts: 5,528
9/2/15 12:38 P

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
I eat pizza when I'm craving pizza. I eat whatever I want, but I work out regularly so that I can eat what I like. I don't ever want to deprive myself again.



 current weight: 220.0 
 
335
288.75
242.5
196.25
150
RKOTTEK's Photo RKOTTEK Posts: 5,122
8/31/15 6:49 P

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
emoticon



 current weight: 359.0 
 
361
325.75
290.5
255.25
220
BEADYBABY Posts: 4
8/31/15 8:26 A

Send Private Message
Reply
I take two white cheddar rice cakes, spread each with one tablespoon (ish) of pizza sauce (low carb if I can find it), then sprinkle with 1/4 cup of shredded low-fat mozzarella cheese (over both), then place 5 slices of turkey pepperoni on each. In the toaster oven at 350 degrees until the cheese is melted but before the rice cakes get browned. It's not pizza, but it tastes like pizza. And it's "pickupable" like pizza. It does the trick for me.

RKOTTEK's Photo RKOTTEK Posts: 5,122
8/21/15 1:25 A

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
Even bought pizzas are sometimes better when supplemented with ingredients from home and reheated.




 current weight: 359.0 
 
361
325.75
290.5
255.25
220
TANYATHOMPSON12's Photo TANYATHOMPSON12 SparkPoints: (15,063)
Fitness Minutes: (7,191)
Posts: 188
8/20/15 9:48 A

Send Private Message
Reply
One or two slices with just mushrooms and ham or something light. A lot of times it's just the cheese I crave, so I have a cheese stick or make myself an egg with some grated cheese on it. Or have a glass of water, and do something for 20-30 minutes. That gives your mind time to think about something else and the craving will go away for the time being.
If you do eat the pizza, eat it slow and concentrate on the different flavours in it. You will fill up faster. I make my own pizza so I control what goes on it.

Edited by: TANYATHOMPSON12 at: 8/20/2015 (09:49)
Each day is a gift from God for us to use for reflecting His love to others in even the smallest way.

"Never give up or give in! Stay strong!"


 current weight: 182.0 
 
204
185.5
167
148.5
130
KFSTAAB SparkPoints: (38,363)
Fitness Minutes: (6,736)
Posts: 1,556
8/19/15 10:18 P

Send Private Message
Reply
I just go ahead and have it but limit myself to one or two slices. If I don't have it I end up eating a bunch of other things and still wanting the pizza and then really feel deprived!

HOKIENCLT's Photo HOKIENCLT SparkPoints: (11,525)
Fitness Minutes: (3,062)
Posts: 1,246
8/15/15 8:04 P

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
I too have made cauliflower pizza dough (and bread sticks). I love, love, love pizza. It is my favorite food! My problem is portion control with my favorite food. The cauliflower pizza dough allows me to have more for less calories and it is so easy to make. Now, is it the yummy, gooey New York style pizza I love that causes the grease to trail down my arm while I go through 5 napkins? No, but is is satisfying!

RKOTTEK's Photo RKOTTEK Posts: 5,122
7/30/15 12:37 A

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
Does anyone use the yoghurt & flour recipe for making pizza dough?



 current weight: 359.0 
 
361
325.75
290.5
255.25
220
EYEINHIM Posts: 3
7/22/15 3:06 A

Send Private Message
Reply
I make my own...califlower pizza dough..use cheese grater to grind up califlower use 1 Egg or egg white..mozzarella chesse or veggie cheese..grind up 1 cup per serving..add pizza spices.. Oregano parsley or any kin
d u like mix flatten out on parchment paper in baking sheet..bake! Add topping after dough has backed til half way brown..

SAX_88's Photo SAX_88 SparkPoints: (213,676)
Fitness Minutes: (222,211)
Posts: 10,183
7/15/15 2:18 A

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
pizza!

Stay true to your character- true character is who you are when no one except God is watching.



-A N D-



A new broom will sweep, but an old broom KNOWS the corners. -an APPRENTICE candidate



Trying to die? Or Dying to try? The choice is ours to select. - R.Slade


SEHARS's Photo SEHARS SparkPoints: (54)
Fitness Minutes: (40)
Posts: 1
7/11/15 12:31 P

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
I agree.



 current weight: 163.0 
 
163
152.5
142
131.5
121
DRS510's Photo DRS510 Posts: 2,086
2/18/15 7:59 P

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
Papa Murphy's Gourmet Vegetarian Delite (thin crust). Large salad (made at home), balsamic vinegar (no fat dressing). Happy and full tummy!

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.


 current weight: 130.6 
 
139
136.9
134.8
132.7
130.6
LISAMAC62's Photo LISAMAC62 SparkPoints: (1,718)
Fitness Minutes: (0)
Posts: 16
2/10/15 8:59 A

Send Private Message
Reply
WOW that sounds awesome..... I think that will be perfect for my lunch tomorrow. Hope it reheats well. Thanks for the idea



 Pounds lost: 1.5 
 
0
4
8
12
16
BUDDHA-BELLY Posts: 19
2/3/15 9:45 P

Send Private Message
Reply
Get the veggie lovers personal pan pizza from Pizza Hut. It's about 500 calories and you'll be good to go.



 Pounds lost: 0.0 
 
0
3.5
7
10.5
14
FORZACHANDMATT's Photo FORZACHANDMATT Posts: 10,807
1/28/15 9:39 A

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
Sometimes pizza but usually fruit

Jennie, Virginia
FIT AND FABULOUS IN THE FALL 2015 with the Black Panthers
Summer 2015 Black Panthers
Spring into Shape with the Panthers - BLUE TEAM

Awesome A's

Winter 5% challenge with the Awesome A's
2014 5% Summer challenge
2014 5 % Fall challenge
BLC 26
Fall Frenzy
Winter Freeze Off


 July Minutes: 0
 
0
625
1250
1875
2500
SILVERWIND02's Photo SILVERWIND02 Posts: 46
1/26/15 5:56 P

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
Pizza with a cauliflower crust!



 Pounds lost: 5.0 
 
0
30.75
61.5
92.25
123
LIZINVA1's Photo LIZINVA1 Posts: 994
1/22/15 10:23 A

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
Crisp a flatout or corn tortillas, Put your toppings on and bake till those are cooked. I do WW Simply Filling so both of these fit the bill. I top them with tomato sauce, lots of veggies and part skim mozzarella

WINNERS NEVER QUIT AND QUITTERS NEVER WIN!


 current weight: 185.6 
 
250
225
200
175
150
MLSTANLEY69's Photo MLSTANLEY69 SparkPoints: (5,895)
Fitness Minutes: (1,339)
Posts: 38
1/20/15 4:15 P

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
When I crave pizza I eat it, but in a different way than I did before. I'd be the first person to get the double meat and extra cheese, but now I choose one meat with veggies on a thinner crust and pass on the extra cheese. I also try to eat a side salad to make up for having another slice.



 current weight: 173.0 
 
181
173.25
165.5
157.75
150
LDHAWKE98's Photo LDHAWKE98 Posts: 39
1/14/15 9:18 A

Send Private Message
Reply
I eat pizza! I like to buy those very thin Margherita pizzas at Costo and add turkey pepperoni or ground beef, mushrooms and a sprinkle of mozzarella cheese. It's really good. Remember not to overeat or, if you do, account for it.

Enjoy!



 current weight: 219.6 
 
225.6
219.2
212.8
206.4
200
BARBARA1934 SparkPoints: (27,607)
Fitness Minutes: (4,666)
Posts: 396
1/13/15 9:55 A

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
I eat a couple slices of thin crust pizza with cheese only with a salad. Just don't go crazy eating more than a couple slices. It won't hurt as long as you don't do it too often

JIMA64's Photo JIMA64 SparkPoints: (57,569)
Fitness Minutes: (14,762)
Posts: 20,963
1/12/15 4:29 P

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
We build ours on a flour tortilla with little sauce and plenty of veggies, no meat. Heat it on a electric griddle.

Edited by: JIMA64 at: 1/12/2015 (16:29)
Never quit dreaming.


 July Minutes: 10
 
0
46.25
92.5
138.75
185
YISKAMIRYAM's Photo YISKAMIRYAM Posts: 1,210
12/30/14 2:05 P

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
Following! I was thinking last night that I need a recipe. I am so tired of eating store bought frozen pizza with the white crust. I really, really want to start making my own pizza with a whole wheat crust.

I have the STRENGTH
to SUCCEED!


 Pounds lost: 77.0 
 
0
25
50
75
100
BLOND1E SparkPoints: (98,286)
Fitness Minutes: (38,416)
Posts: 1,772
12/29/14 11:02 A

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
When craving pizza, eat pizza. Just don't overdo it and try to pass on the delivery additions of bread sticks or other pizza shop accoutrements.. Don't forget to have your veggies! A big salad is a great way to augment a pizza dinner.



 current weight: 137.7 
 
162
153
144
135
126
EVIE4NOW Posts: 15,493
12/1/14 9:36 P

Send Private Message
Reply
I start with a tortilla and add pizza sauce or tomato sauce with pizza seasonings. I then add red and green bell peppers, onions and mushrooms... lots of mushrooms. Top with parmesan and either mozzarella or provolone cheese and bake. Cures me of a pizza craving every time.



 Pounds lost: 20.6 
 
0
17
34
51
68
SATTVA's Photo SATTVA Posts: 833
10/28/14 11:57 P

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
I like eggplant slices or portobello mushrooms grilled, then stuffed with chunky tomatoes (spice like pizza sauce) and topped with part-skim cheese. Run it under the broiler so the cheese melts.



 Pounds lost: 0.0 
 
0
10.075
20.15
30.225
40.3
Page: 1 of (2)   1 2 Next Page › Last Page »

Report Inappropriate Post

Other Recipe Requests Topics:

Topics: Last Post:
Need a salty snack besides popcorn 7/22/2016 12:27:19 PM
What do you eat when craving pizza? 6/6/2016 11:00:52 AM
cauliflower 4/1/2016 6:41:05 PM
Poundcake help 2/7/2016 12:16:04 AM
Low calorie banana recipes? 8/17/2015 8:54:51 PM

Thread URL: http://www.sparkpeople.com/myspark/messageboard.asp?imboard=62&imparent=32527325

Review our Community Guidelines





Diet Resources: easy healthy lunches for work | stay healthy at work | how to stay healthy at work

x Lose 10 Pounds by September 11! Sign up with Email Sign up with Facebook
By clicking one of the above buttons, you're indicating that you have read and agree to SparkPeople's Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policy and that you're at least 18 years of age.