Low Fat Pepperoni Pizza on a Flat Out

"Figure friendly pizza for under 250 calories! I like to serve this up with an Italian Salad."
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  • Lightly spray the tortilla with Pam.
  • Toast the tortilla in a 400 degre oven for 5-7 minutes.
  • Remove the flatout and top (in order) with pizza sauce, fat free cheese, pepperoni slices, onions, mushrooms and green pepper.
  • Sprinkle with 2 Tbl low-fat mozarella.
  • Bake for 7-10 minutes.
  • Sprinkle with parmesan cheese, slice and serve!

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  1. Delicious!! This sure beats frozen pizza. I used the Italian Flat Out and Dei Fratelli Pizza Sauce (Walmart :)) and it was oh so crispy and flavorful. Thanks so much for the recipe!!
  2. Super simple and quick dinner! I love the idea of spraying the tortillas ahead of time, this really crisped them up nicely. I also preheated the pan. Left out the green peppers by choice. This is a great base for all types of yummy pizza! Thanks AKillian for a great addition to our meal rotation!
  3. I used Flat-out Light Italian Herb. The first time I made it I didn't pre-toast the bread. But I did the second time and it was so good. I used Turkey Pepperoni and green pepper. Only 7 Weight Watchers Smart Points! I have been craving pizza since joining WW - this recipe is really good.
  4. I don't know why I didn't think of it 1st, lol. Made everything per directions and ingredients! Delish! I did find and organic marinara sauce that has like 2 carbs per serving; I used about 2 Tbs on my tortilla. Thanks for the post!
  5. This recipe is awesome! I made one with turkey pepperoni for DH


Well, I guess you might say it's now AKillian24.5 - as we are expecting late this year. A very welcomed surprise, this will be our first child (of the non-fur variety) and we couldn't be more excited. As I'm still working full time and prepping for life's next chapter, I've been cooking less frequently and offline a bit more than usual. I still love to pop into CC to visit the many people I consider friends. Have a wonderful holiday season!
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