Any healthy pizzas out there? (prefer a meat one)

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nvilla2222

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Posted: 12 Mar 2011, 19:05
lmao!
Pixiestyx

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Posted: 12 Mar 2011, 19:11
Well enjoy your pizza. I'm sure it will be yummy and healthy. Just make sure to save the autograph and get it framed . For me its ground beef and broccoli . Grrrrr I want pizza now lol.
nvilla2222

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Posted: 12 Mar 2011, 19:28
lol thanks, I decided to go with chicken pizza. Save the cows man!~ saave the cows! jk, it just sounds good lol
Pixiestyx

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Posted: 12 Mar 2011, 19:36
I'm still thinking pesto Ricota red onion artichoke and tomato. Guess I will have to make it or find a local pizza place that will make it lol. Not tonight though. Will have to be on a day that hubby is off so he can eat most of it as his lunch and dinner.
ChrisMB

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Posted: 12 Mar 2011, 20:57
If you are eating healthy, it is always better to learn to make your own pizza unless you have pizza store that can make any pizza that you would like. We have one of those here in Columbus, OH and I make sure that it is made with wheat crust, fat free cheese, turkey pepp and low sodium sauce. If you do not have a store like that, it is just as easy to make your own. Once you do it a couple of times, it becomes very easy. Plus you can experiment a littl more this way. You know what is going into the pizza and how fresh the ingredients are. (fresh veggies are always a good weight to go) I have experimented with turkey bacon, turkey pepp, turkey burger and it was not too great. I love meat but when making a healthy pizza I have found that the turkey pepp, green pepper,onion and low fat cheese is pretty good. And the toppings are fresh. Once you begin eating a pizza this way, you will not want to eat one of the "pizza chain" pizzas again!
"you get out of life what you put in"
nvilla2222

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Posted: 12 Mar 2011, 22:33
I decided to eat some salad tonight after all lol, tomorrow I will hook up a pizza for sure =) Fat free cheese, turkey? sounds differant i might try that actually. I like my sauce though lol i may cheat a lil there. Gunna put some onions , bell peppers too.
ChrisMB

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Posted: 13 Mar 2011, 09:57
To be honest, the turkey pepp really is pretty good. Migh take a day or two to get use to but it is so much healthier.
"you get out of life what you put in"
mikecontos

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Posted: 13 Mar 2011, 12:15
I agree with the Turkey pepperoni comment. I like to make my own.
You know what man? I dont think its realistic to deprive ourselves of the things we love forever. Thats where moderation comes on. Sometimes easier said than done, but maybe just hit a "by the slice joint" and get the taste. See, Im a pizza hound too and if its around Im wanting it!
I also make my own sometimes with Boboli crusts...that way I know what Im putting on and how much.
haha Cows were put here to serve ME! I am also putting a serious dent in the turkey population!!
Do it now...tommorrow never comes!
nvilla2222

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Posted: 13 Mar 2011, 13:02
haha i like that, puting a serious dent on the turkey race. Well when you put it that way its so tempting but i can't i already cheated this last friday. lol. but i totally agree with just picking up a slice and limiting myself to just one, or two Wink.



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