Humbecue Tortilla Pizza

Humbecue Tortilla Pizza

Ingredients (serves 1):

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Directions:

Start with a tortilla :) “My, how ingenious of you, Jenn,” you might say!

Spread on 1 tbsp. hummus evenly across tortilla.

Add half of your spinach (approximately 1/4 cup) over the hummus.

Spread 1 tbsp. barbecue sauce evenly over the spinach.

Top spinach with three slices of deli ham (or alternative meat product).

Spread the rest of the spinach (approximately another 1/4 cup) on top of ham.

And finally – CHEESE PLEASE! Top the pizza with 1/8 cup reduced-fat Mexican cheese and 1/2 oz. feta cheese to give it that ooey gooey yumness.

Place the uncooked pizza into an oven and set to broil.

“Oooh, aaah,” you might say. Or not. Anywho, broil the pizza until the cheese is melted and starts to brown. For me, that was roughly four minutes.

Pull the pizza out of the oven and place it on a plate. Then stare at it in wonder and awe for approximately three seconds before cutting into slices and serving to yourself :) Mm, a whole pizza just for you! Enjoy!

I really liked the taste of this pizza! It’s not your typical tomato-style because the hummus and barbecue sauce stay a little more liquid-y (for lack of a better word) than tomato sauce, which typically turns into more of a paste. BUT combining hummus and barbecue sauce together (aka humbecue) is fabulous and if you don’t want it on a pizza, you can always use it for other things!

**Please note my nutrition information is always based on the ingredients I used. I included brand names just in case you want to replicate it, but obviously you can use any tortillas, hummus or sauce that you want to use!**

Nutrition Information (per serving):

  • 225 calories
  • 11g fat
  • 21g carbohydrates
  • 10g fiber
  • 22g protein

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1 Katie January 14, 2010 at 3:31 pm

I think Im going to create one of these tonight!!!! yum!!!!!! Thanks for sharing, I think I will use ground meatless crumbles!!!

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