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Monday, June 27, 2016

Mexican Pizza

Taco Bell makes a Mexican Pizza, which is 31 grams of fat.  This super easy recipe allows you to make it at home using lighter ingredients with only 18.5 grams of fat.  At home, you'll know exactly what goes into your food when you make it, especially when you use fresh or homemade ingredients.





Ingredients (makes 1 pizza)


2 tortillas (Mission, Carb Balance)
cooking spray
2 Tbsp fat-free refried beans
1/2 cup shredded rotisery chicken
1/4 cup salsa 
2 Tbsp enchillada sauce
1/3 cup shredded cheese (Sargento, Reduced fat, 4 Cheese Mexican)
3 Tbsp pico de gallo



Directions

Spray each side of a tortilla and lightly brown both sides in a skillet. Repeat with the other tortilla.
Lay one tortilla on a baking sheet and spread a layer of refried beans.  
In a small bowl, mix the shredded chicken and salsa together until well blended.
Spread out the shredded chicken & salsa mixture on top of the refried beans.
Put the remaining tortilla on top of the pizza, then spread a thin layer of enchillda sauce on top.  Top with a thin layer of cheese and bake at 350 for about 7 minutes.
Remove pizza from oven, slice, and top with pico.  Serve hot! :D

*You may also want to add freshly chopped green onions and a dollop of light sour cream if you wish. As always, make it you own! ;)

 

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