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Registered: ‎10-04-2010

Do any of you have a pizza recipe?  I realized just how much I'm missing it.  I'll be going through things today to see if I can find one or two.  Thanks.

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Registered: ‎03-09-2010

Several people I know use a low point pita, toast it a lillte, use a low point sauce or canned tomatoes and fat free or low point cheese

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Registered: ‎03-26-2010

Maybe use a tortillas? English muffin? 

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Registered: ‎03-09-2010

Whenever I do an at home pizza I use my whole wheat tortillas and just try to stick with a Mexican version.  Salsa as barely any calories compared to tomato sauce.  Very light shredded cheese and your favorite veg. or a few meats if you want. 

But I am looking forward to our family Valentine Day big Pizza eating out afternoon.  Buffet pizza with pizza dessert.  Not a whole wheat item in sight!  Carbs all the way.

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I've made pizza using the 2 point "WW" dough.  You use 1 cup of plain non-fat Greek yogurt and mix it into 1 cup of self-rising flour.  This dough is fabulous.  I have made bagels (with the everything but the bagel seasoning on it), garlic knots, cheese stuffed mini bites, pretzels, and cinnamon rolls using this dough.  The recipe makes a decent sized pizza, or you can make mini ones.  I bake it at 400 for about 15 minutes. I haven't tried making it in my air fryer yet, but I am sure that would work as well.  This dough is really good and has low points on WW and can be used to make many different kinds of bread products.  You can find tons of recipes on=line using this dough.

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@retired at last  I just acquired this 'recipe' and absolutely agree that it makes a good crust.  Even my young grandchildren flipped for it.  I'm going to try the bagels soon.

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Registered: ‎03-10-2010

@retired at last, Thank you for this recipe. I look forward to trying it.