A snack or a full meal in minutes
Preheat oven to 350 F. Spread 1 T pasta sauce on each
pita. Place a layer of sliced soy cheese to cover the entire pita, then
sprinkle on ¼ soy parmesan on each. Add layers of mushrooms, veggies,
soy 'meats', thinly sliced tomato, and then very thinly sliced
onion on top.
Bake for about five to ten minutes, or until veggies are tender and the bottom of the pita bread is as crisp as desired. (The bread is fully baked, so this pizza only needs to be heated until the veggies are ready. For a quicker pizza, precook the veggies in a microwave or steamer.)
4 pizzas, each 167 calories: 6% from fat (1.3 g), 79% from carbohydrates (35.1 g), 15% from protein (6.7 g). Sodium 248 mg, Fiber 6.5 g.
Fat free soy or rice cheese is available in mozzarella, jack, swiss,
cheddar, jalapeno-jack and American styles. Mozzarella or jack makes
a more typical pizza.
Meatless and fat free pepperoni slices as well as Canadian bacon, salami, sausage and other favorites are available in most larger health food stores.
Because these are fat free, they should not be on top of the pizza, where they will dry out during baking.
Substitute or add whatever makes this pizza each person's favorite.
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