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HEALTHY PITTA PIZZA RECIPE

I am back with a new recipe and today is more of a healthy eating tweak, than a recipe. We all love pizza but when we are healthy eating or on a diet, pizza has to be off the menu right? WRONG! Today I have a recipe for you that will curb alllll the pizza cravings and keep you in check with your calorie intake. The best thing about is recipe is that it is completely adaptable to your tastes, you can add whatever you like to it, so that you can achieve a close alternative to some of your all time favourites. It's so quick, so simple and so tasty, you can enjoy as a quick lunch, or add salad and syn free wedges to make it a feast, I hope you enjoy!







INGREDIENTS
Serves 2
2 Wholemeal pitta breads
1 tube of tomato puree
Asda barbecue chicken breast slices
125g light mozzarella cheese
75g 50% reduced fat cheddar cheese, grated
1 large mushroom, sliced
1 onion, diced

*Slimming Worldies, your pitta will have to be synned accordingly should you not choose to use Asda wholemeal pitta bread which can be used as a HEXB, you will also have to syn your cheese accordingly too, this recipe is based on ingredients purchased from Asda. Most ready to eat cooked chicken breast is FREE on extra easy, including the one I have used in this recipe. You can adapt this recipe and it's measurements to your own, but this is just how I prefer to make mine.*

METHOD

1. Use the flattest side of your pitta to use as your base and spread the tomato puree evenly. 
2. Using the ingredients provided build your pizza however you like it, I usually start with a layer of mushroom, onion and chicken breast, then a layer of cheese, then another layer of mushroom, onion and chicken breast and then mozzarella on top.
3. Set your grill between medium to high and allow to heat up for 5 minutes before putting your pitta pizzas under.
4. Grill your pitta pizzas between a medium and high heat checking on it every 3-4 minutes, it usually takes around 8 minutes for mine to be perfect, but each to their own, you may want it grilled less or more.
5. Serve, I usually serve up with a generous side salad and syn free wedges.



I hope you enjoy this recipe and as always, please let me know if you try it out by tagging me in your pics on social media or even emailing me, you can find me on Twitter, Instagram & Facebook, all of my social media links are in the top of the sidebar, just click on your preferred platform and you will find me! 

4 comments

  1. This looks fantastic! I'm looking at doing a cooking post for vegan pizza sometime this week myself, but this is very creative and shows you can have your favourite foods and be healthy! Lovely post xx

    Itsallzara

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  2. This looks bloody yummy! I will definitely have to try it out.

    Jaynie Shannon | Beauty & Lifestyle

    xx

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  3. I make pitta pizzas at least twice a week! Like you, I go for tomato puree, mozzerella and chicken! I often put tonnes of herbs on mine too! They're so small yet so filling once you get tonnes of toppings on!

    Sian x
    www.theenglisheverygirl.com

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  4. I love your slimming world posts! I can't wait to get back to it in Jan! xx

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