You can’t go wrong with this Cream Cheese Veggie Pizza made with Flatout Flatbread. These simple pizzas are stacked with raw vegetables and can be served as an appetizer, snack or even part of a meal!
Thank you to Flatout® Flatbread for sponsoring this post.
It’s probably not hard to believe that my family is BIG on pizza. Yes I’m a dietitian, but I’m also a busy mom of three young children. Of course take out pizza is never the healthiest option (although I have nothing against take out), so I try to get creative and serve pizza in a variety of ways. One of my favorite ways to make pizza at home is with Flatout Flatbread. Not only is it a much healthier alternative, it’s also a great way to get the kids in the kitchen and let them choose their desired toppings.
As shown in several Chocolate Slopes posts like with my Mexican Taco Flatbread Pizza or my Farmers Market Roasted Vegetable Flatbread Pizza recipes, you can pretty much make any pizza imaginable with Flatout. My kids absolutely love it because they have the control over what they do or do not put on their own pizza.
As you likely know I follow a realistic nutrition mindset. I do not restrict foods or food groups but rather focus on eating a basic, nutritious diet. I also like to highlight and show how specific foods can work for just about anyone. Flatout is an easy example since they are high in fiber and protein and have moderate amount of calories.
For example, if you’re following Weight Watchers you’ll be happy to know that Flatout Flatbreads are all 2 to 4 SmartPoints® each (Flatout Light wraps are 2 to 3 SmartPoints, Flatout ProteinUp CarbDown wraps are 3 SmartPoints, and Flatout Artisan Thin Pizza Crust are 4 SmartPoint). Even if you’re not following Weight Watchers you can have peace of mind knowing you’re making a good choice when choosing these flatbreads.
What is your favorite way to make pizza a healthier option? I’d love to hear your ideas!
Look for Flatout® Flatbread in the deli section of your local grocery store or produce store (that’s where I find mine) or check out their Flatout Finder to locate them at a store nearest you.
Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Flatout Bread. I was compensated for my time but my views and opinion on this post are and will always be my own. I will only partnership with brands that I believe promote or provide products that fit into a healthy, balanced lifestyle.
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