Quick Flat-Out Pizza

I am a major fan of pizza. I can eat just the toppings; or, for only 8 net carbs, I can use a huge Flat-Out low-carb wrap as a crust. The crust is not gluten-free and is not for Atkins induction; but for others who need something quick and low-carb, this is a great substitution for higher-carb pizza crusts.

Gourmet Flat-Out bread pizza
1 Flat-Out wrap (I prefer Italian seasoning or plain)
Classico Sun-Dried Tomato Alfredo sauce
spinach leaves
artichoke hearts
black olives
purple onion
fresh cherry tomato, diced
pine nuts (pignioli)
string cheese
Preheat the oven to 350.
Place the Flat-Out wrap on an ungreased baking sheet. Spread with 1/4 cup of alfredo. Top with pepperoni, spinach, artichoke hearts, black olives, chopped onion, mushrooms and fresh tomato. Crumble feta over the top sparingly. Sprinkle a few pine nuts. Peel string cheese and distribute the strings across the top. Bake for about 8 minutes. Let cool on the sheet. Cut into fourths, and serve.
As you can see, one half of a pizza is a lot of food! It is extremely delicious and low on the glycemic load end of things.
Even with a blood sugar as wonky as mine, this meal doesn’t make me hungry, and gives me a very satisfied feeling of having had a full-fledged gourmet pizza! You don’t need a lot of toppings to really load up your pizza, either. Everything has so much zip and kick, and the flavors really meld together beautifully!
What is your favorite Flat-Out pizza combination?

Like this recipe? Check Flat Out’s website for more ideas!
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