Ricotta and Rosemary Flatbread Pizza

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Boy how I missed cooking! I’m so sorry I’ve been MIA. If you follow my other blogs you may know I’ve been wrapped up in the FitBloggin’ Conference. I ate out more then I’d like to admit over the last few days but now I’m back in my kitchen playing again and I couldn’t be happier!

I didn’t have much time tonight but I whipped this up for myself while the husband and little guy ate leftovers. It ended up to be a tasty, quick, super light meal and it makes me want to keep fat free ricotta on hand all the time. I can’t wait for fresh tomatoes from the farm stand this summer to make it again!

Here’s what I did…Ricotta and Rosemary Flatbread Pizza

  • 1 flat bread (I used one of the light Flatout ones but you could use a tortilla if you like)
  • 1/4 cup fat free ricotta (62g)
  • 1 small tomato cut into thin slices
  • a few leaves of baby spinach chopped up
  • Sprinkle of garlic powder
  • Sprinkle of Onion powder
  • Sprinkle of dried Rosemary
  • Kosher salt and pepper

Preheat the oven to 425 degrees.

Smear the Flatout bread with the ricotta cheese. Top with the sliced tomato and spinach. Sprinkle with the Kosher salt and spices. I do this by sight but if I was to guess I’d say about 1/8 of a tsp of each.

Bake on a cookie sheet for about 10 minutes until the edges just start to brown.

Eat! ;)

Approx Nutritional Information per serving
Servings Amt per Serving
1 1 Flatbread Pizza
Calories Fat Fiber WWPs
140 3g 8g old: 3 new: 2
Sugar Sat Fat Carbs Protein
2g 0g 10g 14g
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  1. Jess

    I LOVE ricotta. I make pesto with it (any kind of pesto: basil, asparagus, spinach) and it tastes GREAT with all of them. Yay for being back in the kitchen! How much did you miss it?

  2. LouAnne

    Hey, Roni,
    Can’t wait to try this with my home-grown tomoatoes.

    the servings-calories-WWPs don’t add up for me.
    Is this 2 servings?

  3. Colleen

    Congratulations on the success of your conference, Roni :)
    This pizza looks delicious – and so low in calories.

  4. Bridget

    OH I have been craving tomatoes! I have been buying some hoping for great flavor and not sharing with the family!

  5. Jessica

    Yay! This sounds great. #1 I just bought a fresh rosemary plant for my garden. And #2 I LOVE the rest of the ingredients and #3 its very WW friendly. Thanks Roni!

  6. roni

    Hi LouAnne! Thanks for catching that! I never updated the points. It’s only 3. Is that what you are getting? Even with “Roni Math” it works out… 1 for the cheese and 2 for the flat out. ;)

  7. Michele

    Wow – I was going to make something almost identical to this and they had no fat free ricotta in the grocery store on Sunday! I need to make sure I find some this weekend. Looks yummy!

    Are you sure there’s 8 grams of fat in there? It doesn’t seem right.

  8. roni

    yeah… I’m gonna have to run that nutritionals again. I used spark recipes this time because they happen to have the flatout breads but something seems off. I’ll check it later today. Thanks for pointing it out.

  9. mamajoss

    oooooh fat free ricotta – I didn’t even think about that! — great ingredient to keep on hand for sure — thanks for posting this – super yummy and has my recipe wheels turnin’

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