Today I am going to share on of my favorite recipes with you. And the best part? It’s super easy to make! I’m talking about pita pizza’s. I don’t know about you, but I sure love my pizza. But because I’m on the Weight Watchers program I know there are way too many points/ calories in it. No way I am eating a regular pizza any time soon! This pita pizza will stop your craving and you can make it as healthy/ unhealthy as you like.
What do you need?
- Tomato sauce (passata di pomodoro)
- Cheese (I used grated cheese)
- Herbs (dried or fresh, that’s up to you)
- Any topping you prefer (I used mushrooms)
Like I said, this is super easy to make, but I made a step-by-step tutorial…. you know, just in case. So, first step: take out your favorite pita (I prefer biological and organic wholeweat pita’s from the reformstore but we were out of them) and put them on a baking sheet.
Put your favorite cheese on top of your pita. I used normal, grated cheese but you can opt for parmezan or mozzarella. I used a lot of cheese here, so the pic would look pretty, but if you are watching your diet I would use one tablespoon of grated cheese during this step.
Now, since we are being healthy, the right thing to do is to add some veggies and perhaps a little bit of protein (chicken, tuna, etc.). I used mushrooms today, but you can use whatever you want, just use your imagionation with this one. May I suggest onions, pineapple, tomatoes, zucchini, eggplant, bell peppers or perhaps a little bit of avocado?
Add some of your favorite (dried) herbs. I used dried Italian herbs, a little bit of seasalt and pepper. I wanna bet some dried parsley will taste amazing! Or if you’re into it (I’m not) use some fresh basil.
Add around a tablespoon of extra cheese onto your topping. This is just to make it look pretty, you can skip this step if you want. Put it in the oven for around 10 minutes on 225 degrees Celcius (or 437 degrees fahrenheit).
And this is what the end result should look like! Try to vary a little bit through out your weightloss journey and you have an amazing ‘low’ kcal snack/lunch that will suit your needs. If you don’t want to go overboard with your kcal, I would suggest to eat one pita pizza and fill the rest of your plate with cucumber and a little bit of fruit.
I calculated 9 propoints for my pita pizza.
Enjoy your meal or as we say in the Netherlands: ‘Eet smakelijk!’
If you’ve tried this recipe, let me know what you think! What is your favorite pizza topping?
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