Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Healthy Breakfast Fruit Pizza!



This is made by using the Oat Cake recipe that I published a couple of days ago.

Healthy Breakfast Fruit Pizza 
You'll love this simple and healthy fruit pizza!
Serves 1

Ingredients:
1/3 cup (30 g) of old fashioned oats,
4-5 egg whites,
2 Tbs no sugar apples sauce,
2 tsp splenda or other sweetner,

Toppings: 
2 Tbs or 1/4 cup non-fat plain Greek yogurt (stats are with fage)
2 tsp splenda or other sweetner,
1/4 banana, 2 strawberries,
1/4 cup blueberries (I used frozen).

Instructions:
Oat cake crust- Put oats in blender or magic bullet until it's flour. Combine egg whites, apple sauce, oat flour and 2 tsp of splenda in blender and mix. Pour mixture in a large nonstick skillet and let cook on medium heat until it begins to bubble like a pancake. Flip and cook until light brown on underside. Remove from heat. In a separate bowl mix non-fat Greek yogurt with sweetner and then add to the top of cooked crust. Add strawberries, blueberries and bananas (see note below) then cut with a pizza cutter. You get to eat the whole thing

1 Pizza
Nutrition
Calories 267
Fat 2g
Chol 0
Sodium 242
Carbs 38 g
Sugar 14 g
Fiber 5g
Protein 26g

***Note - Protein for this is perfect but the overall carbs are higher than what I would like them to be. We can knock out 7 carbs and 30 calories by omitting the 1/4 banana. The blueberries and strawberries make it tasty without.

2 comments:

Ringel Family said...

Genius!

Ellen said...

I just started following your blog and I'm new to the idea of "clean eating" but not to focusing on whole foods and less processed items. I'm confused as to why Splenda seems to be the sweetner of choice? (for many, not just you, but I'm here so I thought I'd ask!) If the idea is to eat fewer processed foods, it seems counterintuitive that sugar would be replaced with an item that is MORE processed. Is it simply for the carbs/calorie impact?

Intersted to hear your thoughts - I love the recipe ideas here as I'm also a mom with two young ones trying to encourage healthy eating habits!

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