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If you started with a New Year’s resolution of eating healthier and getting fit by now you are tired of being good, your eating choices are boring and you are ready to give up, right?

I know that feeling. I have been making small changes in my health since August 24th and it is HARD.  The eating portion of being healthy will always be my biggest struggle.

What can I say I love food! And not just any food.  Cinnamon rolls, cookies, candy, and chocolate kinda food.

healthy homemade pizza recipe

I am slowly making some changes in my diet. The way I eat now is waaaay better than when I started in August.

My guess is that in three months it will be even better. I thought I would share with you some recipes that help me maintain a lower calorie, balanced type of diet.

healthy chicken pizza

I love me some pizza. I grew up in the Chicagoland area so good pizza runs in my blood. While I would love to eat Giordanos pizza every day (All you Chicagoans give me a whoop whoop!) I would weigh as much as a small house if I did.

I still splurge on good yummy grease-infested pizza once in a while. But for the majority of my pizza eating I try and cut down the calories. The things that makes pizza such a heavy meal is the crust and the toppings.

I have tried English muffin and sandwich-thin bread crust. They are pretty decent but my new find is the Flatout Breads.

I was perusing Kroger’s deli/bakery section the other day and decided to give the Light Sundried Tomato a whirl and I am officially hooked.

flatout bread


  • One Flatout Bread Light Sundried Tomato (90 calories)
  • 2 ounces of cooked shredded chicken breast (80 calories)
  • 1/4 cup of pizza sauce (30 calories)
  • 1/2 cup of reduced fat mozzarella cheese (140 calories)
  • Basil
  • Optional: 1 tbs basil pesto (this adds 60 calories – but it is so good)

How To make the 350 Calorie Chicken & Basil Pizza

1.  Set your oven to 375 degrees. Once heated, warm the Flatout bread in the oven for 3 minutes to crisp up the crust.

light sundried tomato flatout break

2.  Optional: Spread 1 tablespoon of pesto over crust.

pesto on pizza

3.  Spread 1/4 cup of pizza sauce. Then add chicken, basil and cheese.

homemade healthy pizza

4.  Bake for another 7-10 minutes.

healthy flatbread pizza recipe

So good and less than 350 calories without the pesto.  400 calories with the pesto.

That makes a great lunch or dinner and it is really filling.

chicken pesto pizza

You could obviously add more veggies to it. Unfortunately eating greens for me is a challenge and I would rather not subject my pizza to them.

However, I added tomatoes to it the other day and that was yummy too.  What other healthy option pizza have you tried and liked?

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  1. Becky this looks delicious! I am in the same boat – trying slowly but surely to eat healthier. Love some pesto – can’t wait to try it out and Flatout bread.

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