Q&A: Anyone have any healthy pizza recipes or know any good places that have low-cal pizzas?

Question by hjgbhjbg uy7 74v 5yterdfgdfg fdg: Anyone have any healthy pizza recipes or know any good places that have low-cal pizzas?
Any good low calorie, low fat, healthy pizza recipes or know any good places where you can get health pizzas?

Thanks in advance to anyone who could help.

Best answer:

Answer by madeline m
At the grocery store they have serving size south beach diet pizza’s. they are really good!

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  1. ♥forever21_girl♥ says:

    No such thing as a healthy pizza=]

  2. R&KBen says:

    Use a whole wheat or low fat tortilla for the crust OR use a pre-made whole wheat crust. (A recipe for a home made whole wheat crust will be at the end of this answer, It’s from the internet but I have used it, modified it and love it).

    For the topping, slice tomatoes and lay them on a baking sheet, drizzle them with olive oil, then sprinkle with Italian Herb seasoning, a little salt and fresh ground black pepper. Roast them in the oven at 350 degrees just until they start to caramelize or until the edges just start to turn black. After these are done run it through a food processer and strain for a very healthy tomato sauce, good for spaghetti or pizza sauce.

    For toppings use a low fat mozzarella or provolone, then your choice of toppings. I like to get a fresh lobster tail and cut it into small pieces and spread them on the pizza, then add pineapple and/or shrimp.

    Cheese with just thinly sliced fresh basil is also good.

    WHOLE WHEAT PIZZA DOUGH.

    INGREDIENTS
    2 1/2 cups whole wheat flour
    1 cup of unbleached, all purpose flour
    1/4 cup honey or 1/2 teaspoon sugar
    2 packages of dry active yeast
    1 teaspoon salt
    1 1/2 cups lukewarm water from the tap
    1/2 teaspoon olive oil
    Flour for the work surface
    Sprinkling of cornmeal

    Place flour, yeast, salt and sugar in a mixer fitted with a dough hook. While mixer is running, gradually add water and knead on low speed until dough is firm and smooth, about ten minutes. Turn machine off.

    Pour oil down inside of bowl. Turn on low once more for 15 seconds to coat inside of bowl and all surfaces of dough with the oil. Cover bowl with plastic wrap. Let rise in warm spot until doubled in bulk, about two hours.

    Preheat your oven to highest setting, 500° or 550°F. If using a pizza stone, place stone in oven on bottom rack, preheat oven one hour ahead. Punch dough down, cut in half. On generously floured work surface, place one half of dough.

    By hand, form dough loosely into a ball, stretch into a circle. Using a floured rolling pin, roll dough into large circle until very thin. Don’t worry if your circle isn’t perfect and if you get a hole; just pinch edges back together.

    To prevent dough from sticking to counter, turn dough over, add flour to dough, counter and rolling pin as needed. Sprinkle pizza peel or cookie sheet generously with cornmeal. Transfer dough to pizza peel or cookie sheet with no lip. Add toppings.

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