I made one awesome change to this receipt that made it even easier with fewer carbs and cals. Instead of making your own dough, substitute with a tortilla (so many varieties of tortilla) as the foundation and cook directly on the metal rack in your convection oven to make it nice a crispy. I prefer this over the traditional dough.
This was an easy piazza to put together. I made a white pizza for my non meat eaters with ricotta pesto, mushroom
I really like this recipe; thanks for sharing! When really hungry for 'normal' pizza, this probably won't cut it. But when trying to eat healthy and still wanting pizza, this is marvelous! The crust is thin and soft- not quite able to eat with your hands. I want to record my changes for when I make it again (I have made it twice this month): Cut the salt to 1/2 tsp in the crust. Bake the crust for 10-15 mins alone. Top partially-baked crust with 7oz. pizza sauce, shredded zucchini, shredded carrot, diced bell pepper, diced onion, diced sun-dried tomatoes, then the cheese and some turkey pepperoni. Bake for 10 mins before serving.
I loved the ease and speed this pizza was to prepare. <br/>The grandkids liked it, and that's what matters.<br/>The cup and a half of sauce may have been the cause of it being soggy in the middle. <br/>I'll see next time if it turns out less soggy using less sauce. I made it with no toppings,<br/>just sauce and cheese. The biggest thing was, I did not have to spend big $ to feed<br/>the grandkids.
This was a great recipe. I used pepperoni, green peppers and onion. I have five kids ranging from 7 to 21. Teenagers are picky and when I made this I barely got two pieces. It was gone instantly. It's nice not having thin sections of dough from not rolling out perfectly and the crust wasn't soggy anywhere. I could have cooked it a little in the oven before I topped it just to get the bottom crisper but it was still well cooked. Thanks for giving a busy mom a fast, easy healthy pizza recipe!!!!
Great recipe, especially for someone like me who lives alone. I make 1/2 of the recipe and bake it in a cornmeal sprinkled pie plate. And as far as toppings, anything goes. I've made completely without any kind of meat as well as with the beef and/or pepperoni. I especially love it with only greens, mushrooms, and grape tomatoes. I usually eat 1/2 of it, wrap the rest in plastic wrap and heat it the next day for lunch. <br/><br/>I really like this recipe. It satisfies my pizza cravings without adding so many calories.
My 5 year old daughter and my 3 year old son loves this pizza. My hubby was not so sure at first but once he had some he liked it too. Now, me I liked it but was not my favorite. I would make it again. Our two children said they wanted it for there birthday party.
I liked the ease, not the texture.
Love this! Using taco seasoning in the crust batter (instead of italian seasoning) makes an excellent base for taco pizza. Inifinite possibilities!