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Last week my boyfriend and I were in the mood for pizza but I particularly wanted a lighter pizza. Since we had some leftover pita bread from a local Lebanese bakery I decided pita bread pizzas were in order. So thats exactly what I whipped up for us. Since the bread is thinner than your average grocery store pita bread, the crust becomes a thin and crispy crust. The pita is pretty large in size, so it makes the illusion of a small/medium sized pizza.
If you dont have homemade pita bread available in your area, you can substitute using tortillas, thin crust pizza shells (Biboli or Archer Farms brand but these will make multiple serving pizzas), or Flat Out thins.
I used a whole pita, ¼ cup Ragu Robusto spaghetti sauce, ¼ cup fat free mozzarella, 3 slices of Hormel turkey pepperoni (diced), ¼ cup Jimmy Dean turkey sausage crumbles, and 4 slices of bell peppers diced.
It was perfect, filling and delicious!
Do you like making lighter versions of pizza at home?