By TeresaS on December 19, 2007
Photo by Dreamer in Ontario
Photo by Dreamer in Ontario
"This is from a Weight Watchers cookbook called Simple Goodness. Use a pizza cutter to cut strips more easily. I freeze them in zip lock bags and heat in the microwave about 20 to 30 second."
Serving Size: 1 (2 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 16
"These are so easy to make and just taste great. I didn't change a thing about them. I am challenged on the twisting step but with some practiced I'll get that down. Thanks for sharing. Made for PAC Fall 2012"
"I would have rated these 5 points, but i found them to be a little bland when I made them according to the directions. Next time I think I will add garlic salt and cajun seasoning. Despite my personal spice preferences, these are a good find. They are fairly simple to make and yield a good amount of twists. They would go well with soup in the winter and be a good sub for breadsticks with spaghetti. I will be making these again, thank you for sharing."
"Made these (a double batch) to have on my finger food counter for a group I'm hosting tonight, & hopefully there'll be enough for everyone if the 2 of us can just stop munching on them! In spite of all the prep steps, I found them easy to make & VERY ENJOYABLE TO EAT! Thanks for sharing this great recipe! [Made & reviewed in Potluck Tag]"
"Easy and tasty. I made this exactly as written. The directions are well written and simple to follow. I'll be freezing most of this batch. Made for Theirs, Yours and Mine Photo Tag."
"Yummy! I made Recipe #70165 for the pizza dough and I used a regular olive oil spray since I didn't have butter flavored cooking spray. Other than that, I followed the directions exactly. This recipe is definitely a keeper."
"These are a really nice treat to have with the zero point soup. Makes a very filling meal."
"Very easy to make and very tasty. I used black pepper instead of the red pepper - zero tolerance of anything hot and spicy - and added rosemary, sage and thyme for some added flavour. SO delicious. Having a couple of these with a salad will make days one is aiming to eat fewer calories so much easier. Thank you for sharing this recipe, TeresaS. Made for 1-2-3-4 Hit Wonders."
"These are superb! I used my own pizza dough recipe and used a parmesan/romano mix. We made this up with Recipe #224018, and a caesar salad for dinner. Thanks for sharing, Teresa!"
"Fun to make and eat! I used reduced fat pizza dough and parmesan, smoked paprika and was very generous with the red pepper. I also added a little kosher salt when sprinkling on the cheese. The twisting reminded me of playing with Play Doh although this was a lot stickier! ;-) A little cooking spray on my finger tips made it much easier to accomplish. Tucking the ends under and pressing down a little helped keep mine from unraveling as they baked. I dunked them in pizza sauce, picante sauce, spicy mustard â€¦ you name it, I tried it. My favorite was just straight up. Thanks for posting this recipe. I had never thought to do anything with pizza crusts than, well, pizza. ;-)"
"I love that this recipe uses the refrigerated pizza dough and that they are only 1 point AND that they taste delicious. Definitely a wonderful flavor with the parmesan cheese and the slight kick from the red pepper. Thanks for a great recipe."
"Made these with dinner tonight. My sister and I loved them, but the kids didn't try any (They don't know what they're missing!). They were kind of a pain to put together though as the dough kept sticking everywhere, but the end result was worth it"