I love pizza. It’s the perfect mash-up of warm bread, gooey cheese and the wonderful idea of toppings. I personally love mushrooms, spinach, green olives, pineapple, feta cheese and sausage… Yes, all on one pizza, topped off with hot sauce or BBQ sauce. Yet, as easy as pizzas are to make (and eat) they aren’t very healthy- no matter what the government says. I’ve seen this recipe floating around the web and I would like to share my “healthier” version of this easy, tasty pizza. I have trouble at stopping at my limit of five, but they are small enough to pack away for lunches the next day.
2 fat-free mozzarella cheese-sticks (cut in half, then cut again the long way- hopefully that makes sense)
Reduced Fat Crescent Rolls (Pillsbury has some in the refrigerator section of your grocery store)
garlic powder or garlic salt
Preheat oven to 375*
Unroll your crescents and place 5 pepperoni slices on the big part of your triangle.
On top of your pepperoni slice, place 1/4 of your mozzarella cheese stick.
Roll up your crescent, place on your baking sheet.
Optional: Lightly spray your rolls and powder your rolls with garlic powder or garlic salt.
Bake for 12-15 minutes or until golden brown.
Let cool and enjoy!
A side of low-fat pizza sauce is great with this or just plain. Great for parties or a movie night in.