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Whole Wheat Pizza

Healthy, South Beach friendly pizza.

Ingredients

Directions

  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
  2. Dissolve 1 pkg. (1T) active dry yeast in 1/4 c. warm water (110 degrees).
  3. Combine 4 c. clour, 2 tsp. salt, yeast mixture, 1/1/4 c. warm water and 1/4 c olive oil.
  4. Knead for 10 min., until dough is soft and silky.
  5. Cover and let rise until double, approx. 45 min.
  6. Divide and flatten out to desired sizes, cover and let rise 20 min.
  7. Cover with tomato sauce, fresh sliced tomatoes, grilled veg., ff shredded mozzerella cheese, etc.
  8. Depending on size and shape of pizzas - time will varry. For example. If you make one big sicillian it could take 20 to 25 min. or if you divide the dough and make small individual pizzas - maybe only 10 or 15.
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Can I Have These Foods

on The GI diet :
Food Group Avg Member Opinion 
Grains, Pasta and Rice
Moderation*
Cheese
Moderation*
Oils
Moderation*
Vegetables and Vegetable Products
Favorable*
Baked Products
Unfavorable*
Spices and Herbs
OK*
Water
Favorable*
food groups ordered by calorie contribution to recipe.

Reviews 
No but I would make a baked parmesan cheese crust and leave the yeast and flour out.
08 May 07 by member: jeminums
I agree the Parmasean Cheese crust would be better anyone have the recipe. It would be a good one to post!
14 May 07 by member: jeanniep
The crust isn't good for Phase 1. It's good for Phase 2.
27 May 07 by member: returnut
Sounds great for the G.I. diet!!! just something I was wanting to make for dinner tonite :) mmm Yummy!
24 Nov 07 by member: rixer21
To satisfy a craving in a healthy way - it's great!
15 Jan 08 by member: Mary O
I love this idea! I have been looking for a good whole wheat pizza dough, you can't find them in the stores around here! I will try this. This is great for phase 2 and phase 3. healthy whole wheat! thanks
24 Jan 08 by member: Janelleas
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Nutrition summary:

There are 388 calories in 1 serving of Whole Wheat Pizza.
Calorie break-down: 18% fat, 55% carbs, 27% protein.

Nutrition Facts
Serving Size 1 serving
 
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat 68
Calories 388
 
% Daily Values*
Total Fat 7.5g 12%
  Saturated Fat 1.05g 5%
  Polyunsaturated Fat 0.999g  
  Monounsaturated Fat 5.027g  
Cholesterol 10mg 3%
Sodium 1009mg 42%
Potassium 272mg  
Total Carbohydrate 52.59g 18%
  Dietary Fiber 3.5g 14%
  Sugars 2.31g  
Protein 25.42g  
 
Vitamin A 8% Vitamin C 7%
Calcium 56% Iron 8%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

Nutrition Values are based on USDA Nutrient Database SR18
19%
of RDI*
(388 calories)
19% of RDI
Calorie Breakdown:
 
Carbohydrate (55%)
 
Fat (18%)
 
Protein (27%)
Carbohydrates, 52.59g (55%) Fat, 7.5g (18%) Protein, 25.42g (27%)
* Based on a RDI of 2000 calories


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