I would like to see this linked to a low-fat pizza crust recipe since canned dough is not available everywhere and also not healthy at all (super processed, full of preservatives...yuck!)
Vailadian Posted: 08/16/10
juliemozz Posted: 03/07/12
Okay, so that's great that this is a 250-calorie "meal", but there is not way 1 wedge out of 12" diameter pizza cut into 6 slices is going to fill you up. This should be listed as a snack, not a meal.
karenfar Posted: 06/05/13Huntington Beach, CA
I made a version of this last night using a (about 8 inch) whole wheat tortilla for the crust. I sprayed the crust with cooking spray and then put into a 400º oven to crisp up for about 8 minutes. I used ingredients that I had on hand - sliced cherry tomatoes and prosciutto. I layered the crust with minced garlic (go easy), about 1 1/2 ounces of mozzarella, the tomatoes, and about 1/2 ounce more cheese. Put the pizza in the oven to melt the cheese then when it came out I layered it with prosciutto and basil - REALLY good.
AmberPenkszyk Posted: 06/11/13
I made my own version of this. I used Pillsbury pizza crust. I only used 3/4 of the can of dough. I used 1tbsp olive oil and brushed the dough all over instead of spraying. Then I did everything else the same except used prosciutto instead of pancetta. The prosciutto came shaved thin from the deli and I thinly sliced about 1-2oz and added to the pizza during the last minute. I also used fresh cracked pepper and sesame seeds instead of the cornmeal. This was delicious but I'm thinking about how to add more flavor next time without the calories. My estimate was 189 calories per slice (6 slices total only using 3/4 of pizza dough)
ktleyed Posted: 01/04/14
We really loved this pizza and the salty pancetta really makes it! I used fresh pizza dough from a local pizzeria and it was great!