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Quick and Easy Low Carb Veggie Pizza

When I’m working on home on an icy day like yesterday, I tend to get a little ~creative~ with my lunches. Long gone are those quick 5 minute meals I can heat up at work the next day.  I had a craving for pizza but not craving those carbs or fat grams. Then I noticed the Mission Low Carb tortillas hanging out on the top shelf of my refrigerator. Here’s the product of my mad scientist moment:

Quick and Easy Low Carb Veggie Pizza – Serves 1:

1 Mission Low Carb Tortilla 8″

1 cup arugula

1/3 cup low fat shredded cheese

1-2 tbsp Ragu alfredo sauce

1 tsp italian seasoning

A dash of garlic salt

Instructions:

  1. Preheat the oven to 375
  2. Spread the alfredo sauce over the tortilla
  3. Add the arugula evenly all over the tortilla, but keeping a 1″ distance from the edge of rhe tortilla
  4. Add cheese
  5. Sprinkle your seasonings evenly
  6. Bake for 10-12 minutes on a cookie sheet, or until the cheese is starting to brown.
  7. Let stand for 2 minutes before slicing and eating.

Nutrition:

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