Low Calorie Flatbread Pizzas!

250 calorie flatbread pizza


I headed to the grocery store yesterday afternoon and picked up some ingredients.250 calorie flatbread pizza

I was going to make my own crust, but then had an idea when I saw these. Truth is, I just wanted something easy. I didn’t feel like crafting pizza dough at 8 pm. These whole-grain wraps were only 90 calories and pretty low carb. I decided to use them as the crust. That solved the “I don’t feel like baking” problem. I also bought pizza sauce, green bell peppers, turkey sausage, turkey pepperoni and skim mozzarella cheese.250 calorie flatbread pizza

These are super simple to construct and there isn’t much to clean up afterward.

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.

Grease a baking sheet and place the flatbreads on top.

Spread 1/4 cup of sauce on each flatbread.OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Cook up the turkey sausage and bell peppers together in a frying pan.250 calorie flatbread pizza

Top the pizzas with the peppers, sausage, and whatever toppings you chose!250 calorie flatbread pizzaSprinkle 1/4 cup of cheese on each pizza!

Two pizzas for 500 calories? I’ll take it!250 calorie flatbread pizza

Bake for 12-14 minutes! The flatbread should be crisp and the cheese should be melted.250 calorie flatbread pizza

I figured these pizzas would taste “light” because they were so low calorie, but they were incredible! The crispy flatbread almost tasted like pizza hut’s thin crust pizza but less greasy. It was delicious and we plan on making these again and again! I really want to make a breakfast pizza version!250 calorie flatbread pizza

What is your favorite specialty pizza flavor? Mine is Hawaiian! 


  • Rachael

    This looks amazing. My son has recently been put on a strict diet (by his endocrinologist) but he loves his pizza and doesn’t really want to give it up. I was happy to find this recipe so he doesn’t have to. He loves pepperoni but I’m a veggie pizza type of girl. This would keep my grocery bill within budget, we both get what we want and still stay on the diet. (I’m doing it with him to make it easier. Nobody should have to suffer through health issues alone.) Thanks for posting this.

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  • Tara

    We have the same name 🙂

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  • Chassidy

    Made these tonight and they were delicious and guilt free! Thanks for the great recipe Taralynn:-)

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  • Marissa Miller

    These pizzas look so yummy! I’m a vegetarian so I substituted an ingredient to fit my needs. I used Wegman’s meatless beef crumbles and also opted for lower calorie items. I used flatout light italian herb bread, kraft fat free mozzarella cheese, half of a green bell pepper sliced and mid’s pizza sauce. It came out great! Thank you for the inspiration 🙂 for a side I made your mozzarella stick recipe…so good!!! By the way, I love your new site. It’s so accesible, organized and cute. Your pictures on the site are always so nice and stylish, great editing technique!

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  • mary

    You are amazing! not only for this, and your other recipes, but for the message you are setting and sending out to young girls out there (and us older ones too)!!! I stumbled upon your website by accident~ I was looking for some easy and halfway healthy dorm cooking recipes to print out for my son who will be heading off to college in the fall. I’ve now decided that I’m going to tell my younger daughter (and all her friends) to go read your story. While my daughter is a tiny thing that has to fight to keep enough weight on (her friends tease her ~call her stick, say “oh no where did she go” when she turns sideways to do math at the front of the class, etc…) it would be great for her to read about all of your healthy lifestyle ideas. What you’ve gone through and the person you’ve now become is inspiring to say the least! Way to go girl.

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  • Alyssa

    Yum! I always seem to get a really bad craving for pizza every week, I’ll definitely have to do this instead! 🙂

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  • Giorgia

    My favourite pizza is Margherita (the italian way! :)). It’s very tasty and extremlely light too!

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  • ashley

    I have been living off of pitta pizzas lately. They are so easy and low calorie in comparison.

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  • Kammie @ Sensual Appeal

    This is such a simple and quick way to make homemade pizza! I’ve tried doing this with pita breads before as well, both normal sized and mini. My favorite flavor is probably just plain ol’ pepperoni!

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  • Gwen Ferguson

    Is there a gluten-free version of the crust you could suggest?

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  • Melissa

    I love these! Have you ever had Hawaiian pizza but with tomatoes instead of ham? It’s sooo gooood.

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  • Heather

    I make these all the time! They are seriously the most satisfying, filling dinner! 🙂

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  • Tammy

    These look so good and I’m definitely going to try them this weekend! My favorite pizza is Hawaiian as well. Before I started eating healthier I also loved the Cheeseburger Feast pizza from Domino’s or the BBQ Chicken pizza from Papa Johns. Love your blog! You are definitely an inspiration to this 45 yr. old woman! lol

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  • Elizabeth

    These look great! Do you have any ideas for light pizzas like this that would be gluten-free?

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  • Lauren

    Do you ever do the cauliflower or zucchini pizza crusts?

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