Easy Flat Bread Pizza, as Rachel Ray would say "yum-O"

Flat-out flat bread pizzas are yummy and healthy!

Flat-out flat bread pizzas are yummy and healthy!

This week is getting of to an interesting start. I have decided to do a “7 day rapid cleanse” and have vowed to stop drinking wine during the week, and I kicked it all off that night by finishing my taxes.

Monday we had flatbread pizza, a new favorite on my weekly “easy-backup” meal plan. “Flat Out” makes a flatbread (go figure) that is carb conscious, packed with good stuff like fiber and omegas, while also coming in cool flavors like spinach, italian, spelt… etc.

Ideas: this is not rocket science y’all! Or as we say here in South Florida- Vosotros!!

Any-hoo.

  1. Set the oven for 400 degrees.
  2. leftover spaghetti sauce, or pizza sauce or bruschetta topping. (I often make extra sauce and freeze it for easy dinners later).
  3. Veggies
  4. italian sausauge, meat, tofu, chicken or no meat at all!
  5. Hard cheese

How I make this kinda healthy is that I pile on the veggies, garlic, etc… Then I shave a hard cheese like parmesan (the kind you buy in a block, not in a jar) or reggiano and put that on as an ample condiment, but not as the main show.
On top of this I throw on some baby arugula with an ample shot of ground pepper and sea salt. TASTY!!

Now, for Scott’s recipe version, my Gene-blessed skinny boyfriend (who is such a hottie):

  • the base and sauce are the same
  • sans the vegetables (unless they are green peppers or onions as one would get on a Domino’s)
  • AMPLE cheese: mozz, provo, etc- the soft white cheese that are more fattening
  • Pepperoni or italian sausage or bacon (a Guy’s gotta get his meat on).

I have never tried this with beef jerky but I bet Scott, and your guy, would be up for that as an addition.

Bake for 7-9 minutes at 400.

***Great for catching up on tivo-ed Survivor episodes

4 Responses to Easy Flat Bread Pizza, as Rachel Ray would say "yum-O"

  1. Jim April 2, 2009 at 3:20 pm #

    Great blog and recipies. We’re virtually firing-up the grill as we read. Chris Dardet sent us over. Jim Wood

  2. Robyn Medlin, Culinary Life Adventures April 16, 2009 at 4:13 pm #

    Jim, glad you are enjoying! I have some pics I need to post for the grilled romaine. it is always a big hit with guests and what is nice is that you can cook the entire meal on the grill so you can entertain your guests at the same time outside…

  3. Ziya Fortunato February 4, 2010 at 2:24 am #

    Great article. There’s a lot of good information here, though I did want to let you know something – I am running Mac OS X with the circulating beta of Firefox, and the look and feel of your blog is kind of bizarre for me. I can understand the articles, but the navigation doesn’t function so good.

  4. Robyn February 15, 2010 at 10:29 pm #

    HI, thanks for letting me know. I was unaware of the weird functionality, I will look into it. Thanks for letting me know!!

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