Friday, September 16, 2011

The Great Greek Pizza

Per Serving (entire recipe): 6 Points+
277 calories, 4.75g fat, 990mg sodium, 38g carbs, 8.5g fiber, 4.5g sugars, 19g protein 

The recipe: "300 under 300", pages 268 - 269

I'm always looking for a substitute for pizza, especially since pizza is usually so fattening.  This recipe consisted of a mini pizza for only six points.  A pretty good deal!  This pizza was easy to make and very tasty.  Just mix spinach, feta, and garlic together, place crushed tomatoes, the spinach mixture and other toppings on a whole wheat pita, and bake in the oven for a few minutes.  

I made two of these so my husband could try one also.  He said that "the Greek don't know how to make pizza, apparently".  Whatever!  I loved this pizza and would definitely make it again.  It is more of a lunch-size portion, but I just added a salad and it became enough for my dinner.  

I loved the spinach-feta mixture on the pizza, which went well with the other toppings.  I happen to like a less traditional pizza, so I thought this was very good.  The pita made a nice "crust" - one that I would never have thought of using.  If you like Greek-style pizza, you will definitely like this recipe.

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