There’s something special about homemade pizza. And, I don’t mean knead-your-own-dough kind of pizza, as it can take some time (and skill) to do this. I mean the kind of homemade pizza that’s made from random ingredients found in the kitchen–pasta sauce from last night, french bread, pitas, mushrooms, etc.
So when I arrived home from work yesterday, tired, I took one look at my kitchen counter and knew exactly what I’d be preparing for dinner.
I recently fell in love with Sandwich Thins, which are 100-calorie buns packed with fiber and protein. My usual pizza dough substitute is pita bread, but my eyes lit up at the thought of baking low-calorie, fiber-full pizzas.
Here’s how they turned out:
To bake them, pop them in a toaster oven or conventional oven on 350-degrees until the bread is golden brown. Bon appetit!