Zucchini Pizzas, Anyone? (Only 40-50 Calories)

If you were to ask a class of elementary school students what their favorite food was, most of their answers would be “pizza”. If you were to ask a college campus what their favorite food was, most of their answers would be “pizza”. If you were to ask me what my favorite food was, I would have to say “pizza” too. There is something about pizza that makes it everyone’s favorite. Maybe it’s the cheese, the sauce or a simple reminder of home.

I have a love-hate relationship with pizza. I love how it taste, but hate how addicting it is. I have a hard time saying “no” to a third slice. That is why I like to make pizza alternatives that are low calorie. That way I can eat as many “slices” as I’d like. Sure, it’s not “pizza” but it does the trick while adding extra nutrients to our dinner.

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Ingredients:

-3 Large Zucchini
-Low Fat Part-Skim Mozzarella Cheese
-Pizza Sauce (choose a low sodium)
-Garlic/Parmesan Blend (365 Organic)
-Turkey Pepperoni’s (Optional)
-Bell Peppers
-Red Onion
-Any Extra Toppings of Your Choice.

-Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. (I forgot to preheat and had to stare at these delicious pizza’s while waiting for the oven to heat up…torture)

-Cut the zucchini into thin slices.

-Lay the slices on a  non-stick baking sheet.

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-Top each zucchini thin with one tbsp of pizza sauce.

-Sprinkle about one tsp of the garlic Parmesan blend over each zucchini slice.

-Top with your choice of toppings.

-Cover your toppings with one tbsp of cheese on each individual pizza. I am not a huge fan of cheese so I sprinkled about half of that on top of mine.

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Bake in the oven for approximately 23-25 minutes.

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Above is what my pizza’s looked like with less cheese and no pepperoni.

I also made shrimp Caesar salad to go a long with the pizza’s.

My Pizza’s (Less Cheese/No Pepperoni): 
42 Calories, 1.7 g Fat, 115 g Sodium, 3.8 g Carbs, 1.1 g Fiber, 1 g Sugar, 2. 8  g Protein.

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