Adventures in Healthier Eating with 2 Kids and a Picky Husband

Supreme Pizza on Lavash Bread

11 WWPP Posted by 6 years ago 12 Comments

A few days ago I posted about Lavash Bread on my weight loss blog. When I read the comments I laughed out loud as people suggested I use it to make pizza and said “I know you will love it.”

First of all my, readers REALLY know me and second, it was the first thing I thought of when I saw it in the store!

So coming home from the gym I remembered I defrosted a turkey sausage and I was all prepared to make an Overstuffed Sausage and Pepper Wrap when I remembered the Lavash bread! Then I thought PIZZA! (Much like that old Beggin Strips commercial, just replace the dog with me and the bacon with pizza – that should leave you with a nice mental picture)

My initial thought was a meat-lovers but upon seeing all the meats in the skillet I decided there needed to be some color! Which one looks healthier to you?

Only meatMeat with Veggies

So I ditched meat-lovers and went supreme! Now I’m going to tell you how I made it but remember, take it and run! Use what ya got! My goal was as light as I could make a huge supreme pizza with all the meats!Supreme Pizza on Lavash Bread

  • 1 large piece of Lavash bread or flat bread (like Joeseph’s)
  • 1 turkey sausage link
  • 1 tbsp real bacon bits (7g)
  • 1 thin slice of deli ham chopped
  • 4 small turkey pepperoni slices chopped
  • 2 florets of broccoli cut up
  • ¼ of an orange pepper chopped
  • handful of baby spinach chopped
  • 2 tbsp tomato paste
  • sprinkle each of, Kosher salt, pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, dried basil, and dried parsley
  • 1 ½ oz of shredded mozzarella (preferably fancy shredded but I didn’t have any)

Preheat the oven to 450 degrees.

Lay the Lavash bread on a sheet of aluminum foil. Cook in the oven for about 5 minutes until crisp. The edges will just start to brown.

Remove the skin on the sausage and cook up in a small no-stick frying pan. Break apart the meat it will want to stick together. Brown for about 2-3 minutes. Add the bacon bits, ham and pepperoni. Stir to combine flavors. Add the broccoli, peppers and spinach. Cook for about 1 minute and remove from heat.

Smear the tomato paste on the crispy Lavash bread. Sprinkle with all the spices. Spread with meat-veggie mixture. Top with the cheese. Sprinkle a bit of parsley and return to the oven for 5 minutes. Serve!

Pizza Buils - tomato paste

Pizza Buils - tomato paste

Pizza Buils - tomato paste

Now the serving is HUGE! What you see in the main picture (by the ingredients) is ¼ of the pizza. I’m going to count the whole “pie” as 1 serving because I ate the whole thing but if you wanted to go lighter you could split it with someone and add a salad on the side. It would be very satisfying!

Approx Nutritional Information per serving
Servings Amt per Serving
1 Entire Recipe
Calories Fat Fiber WWPs
384 19g 9g old: 9 new: 11
Sugar Sat Fat Carbs Protein
7g 11g 29g 35g

See other recipes using: baby spinach, bacon bits, broccoli, ham, pepperoni, peppers, spinach, tomato paste, turkey sausage


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    Maranda

    September 12, 2008

    Roni-That looks amazing!!! Reply

    Melissa

    September 12, 2008

    I eat the whole thing when I make it too. It's normally about 8 points. I make mine with a mix of fat free and 2% cheese, and I add tons of mushrooms, tomatoes, and onions. Sometimes I put ground turkey or turkey pepperoni. I LOVE it! Reply

    Biz

    September 13, 2008

    That looks delish! I am going to have to find that bread this weekend. It would be a quick weeknight meal when I don't have time to make dough from scratch. Love the new changes on your site :O) Reply

    Tamara

    September 14, 2008

    Wow, nine points for a full serving isn't even that bad if you consider two regular slices of pizza are 10 points, and here you get WAY more! Reply

    Mekkie

    September 19, 2008

    That looks delicious! *mouth waters* Another thing that works really well on this kind of bread is tacos/nachos. I have a "recipe" on my blog. Reply

    Mekkie

    September 19, 2008

    *mouth waters* I usually use those to make nachos/tacos, but this sounds amazing as well! Check out my 10 minute nachos if you're interested! Reply

    Bonnie

    December 2, 2008

    What is the points value without the meat??? Reply

    roni

    December 2, 2008

    Well it would be 2 for the bread 3 for the cheese and I'd add a point for sauce. 6 is a good bet! That's what I usually count it as. :~) Reply

    Aime

    March 11, 2009

    This is terrific. It is so fulfilling and yet low in points for a meal. I've made it without the meat and used spinach, sundried tomatoes, peppers and onions. It is delicious. Reply

    melissa

    March 18, 2009

    This bread is also great to make a light burrito. Use 1/2 lb lean ground beef or turkey, 1/2 cup of Salsa, 1/4 cup shredded cheese and 1 can of black beans. Brown the meat, add drained and rinsed black beans, salsa and cheese. Roll in Lavash bread. I brown mine slightly in a skillet using cooking spray. Delish. I was hopeing to find a pizza recipe for the bread. Thanks Reply

    Catherine Minihan

    August 11, 2011

    Do you know where I can buy lavash in Louisville, Ky? It was sold at Paul's Fruit Market but they do not carry it anymore. Please help me find it? Thanks Reply

    roni

    August 12, 2011

    SOrry.. just a blogger here from MD. You may want to look up the brand of the bread you had and see if they have a store locater on their site or you can buy them online. Amazon has a round version... Valley Lahvosh Rounds, 3 inch, 4.5oz Reply