Low-Cal Chicken & Veggie Pizza

Low-Cal Chicken & Veggie Pizza Dinner / Beginner / 10 mins

Servings: 1
Prep Time: 5 mins
Cook Time: 5 mins
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by sexybeast on 2/6/2009
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Tagline / Description
"A low-calorie pizza that you can enjoy while watching your weight!"

Ingredients
1 - 9" thin, edgeless, par-baked crust ( Bonici or similar crust )
1/2 ounce all-natural pizza sauce
1 ounce onions ( diced )
1 ounce green peppers ( diced )
2 ounces boneless chicken ( diced )
1 ounce shredded cheese mix ( mozzarella & provolone )
1 pinch of oregano or Italian seasoning


Preperation Instructions
Dice cooked boneless chicken, peppers and onions beforehand. You may also purchase these items already diced to save time if you'd like.

Instructions
Preheat oven to 450 degrees. Lay crust on flat even surface. Place sauce in middle and spread evenly over entire crust. Next, sprinkle on chicken ( you can substitute ham if you'd like ), peppers and onions in a nice, even manner. Next, spread cheese blend evenly across the top and dust with oregano or Italian seasoning. Place pizza directly on oven rack ( no pan! ) and cook @ 450 degrees for 5 - 7 minutes until cheese starts to bubble and brown and the crust starts to get crispy. Cut and serve!

Nutrition Facts
This entire pizza is one serving and has about 436 calories.
( slightly more if you substitute ham for chicken )


Tags
chicken, low cal, low calorie, pizza, veggies

Source
My brain!

Comments
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charlievan The Beast
April 01, 2009
7:51 PM
Beast I read an article yesterday about turning your conventional oven into a brick pizza oven, I may try this. You take some thin heat treated bricks from a brick supplier and line the inside of your oven then us some ceramic tiles or a pizza stone for the botton the same for the top preheat the oven for about an hr at max 500 degree's and walla you have a brick pizza oven after you cook the pizza and the stones cool set them outside until the next time. All the bricks and tiles should cost is around 15.00, the Pizza stones are more but its a good investment.

 
sexybeast sexybeast April 04, 2009  4:10 AM
That's kick ass man. That's a great idea and it doesn't cost very much. Thanks for the heads up charlie!

slimluks slimluks
February 12, 2009
7:25 PM
Loads of Peanut Butter on a rice cake. Perfect snack at the end of the night (9 PM or so). Plus the peanut butter forces you to drink H2O!

sexybeast sexybeast
February 12, 2009
1:43 PM
Yeah, that's what I've been eating for lunch (bbq chicken). We actually sell the bbq and the alfredo at the restaurant. Our alfredo pizza is really popular. It's good, but not as low-calorie as the bbq. For some reason, no body ever orders the bbq though. I don't know why, I love it!

sexybeast sexybeast
February 07, 2009
10:12 PM
qqq1qqqwww I noticed that you've written the exact same comment, word for word on other peoples recipes. Are you even a real person or just a computer trying to promote a website?


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