I tried this recipe using a tortilla. The first few bites were really good, but then the center of the tortilla started to get really soggy from the tomato sauce. My kids gobbled it up, though! I will try it agin using a pita instead. Thanks for posting this recipe!
Great idea for a student with limited kitchen access, and with only a few more calories than a candy bar, it makes a nice pick me up between meals. I use the tortilla in a microwave for 2 minutes on high, and then roll it up.
I made this for one of my DS's using an onion pita pocket, baking this in the oven, omitting the 'shrooms. He didn't like the 'sauce'. Prepared exactly as directed- (measuring) except for the 'shrooms'. Too herb(y) for my little dude. Cute recipe though, and could be adapted very easily. Thanks Kat!
I've made these using sliced fresh tomatoes, feta cheese and basil. Simple, delicious and low fat. The possibilities are endless... and so much better than the english muffin pizzas of my youth.
If you're just making one or two (or if you don't have an oven), these are simple to do in a toaster oven.
Really yum Kat..Ive even made these pita 'pizzas' with a small tin of baked beans if Ive had no sauce, also used a red onion. =)