Because I’m a food blogger, my life basically revolves around food – and not in the way that everyone’s lives revolve around food because they need it to survive. I am constantly thinking about food; I’m constantly planning what to do with food – and when I’m not thinking about it or planning what to do with it, I’m preparing it, cooking it, and eating it. Because of this, I take responsibility for finding balance in my diet and going on strict meal plans every once in a while to maintain a healthy balance (and a healthy self-esteem).
After fighting a raging craving for pizza all week long, I caved. The awesome thing is that I was able to cave while staying on track. I’ve been turning to these pita pizzas for years whenever I’ve felt the urge to devour a pizza (which is basically every five minutes of my life, but anyway) while trying to avoid eating junk. I am aware that there is also a cauliflower crust alternative, but I haven’t perfected that yet, so I’m going to stick with these pitas for now.
These pitas end up like flatbreads, basically.
My favourite is a simple cheese, pepperoni and fresh oregano, but I made two different kinds to lend off some ideas. Aside from the classic, I also threw together a pita pizza with olive oil, cooked chicken breast, roasted red pepper, baby spinach, capers, feta cheese, mozzarella, and a sprinkle of parmesan and cracked black pepper.
I’ll list the ingredients, but I’ll skip measurements/portions for toppings since it’s really up to you; you decide your own pizza