Healthy pizza anyone?
A few weeks ago I was lucky enough to receive a few free vitapizzas from Vitalicious. If you read my post on the day that I received them, you’ll remember how excited I was to get them and tried one out that very same night!
First off, I was super impressed with how the pizzas arrived. They were shipped in a insulated box with enough dry ice to keep the pizzas cold while being shipped so no worries about them getting spoiled along the way.
A few quick facts: They come in two different flavors meatless pepperoni supreme and cheese and tomato. They come in single servings and can be reheated in the microwave, toaster oven or conventional oven.
I chose to cook my pizzas in the oven at 425 degrees for 12 minutes to get them nice and crispy. I like my pizzas thin & crispy and that’s exactly how they came out! I topped one side with jalapenos and the other side without jalapenos.
The nutritional stats are incredible compared to other frozen pizzas on the market.
Besides just being 190 calories, they have no artificial ingredients or preservatives. They are made of whole grains, 15-16-grams of protein, 19-grams of fiber and 15 vitamins and minerals.
I enjoyed both pizzas but the Meatless Pepperoni Supreme was my favorite of the two. I loved the spicier taste it offered and the mushrooms and peppers that were added on top. I ate both pizzas with side salads and thought it was a perfect meal to eat, when you need something quick & fast but still healthy and tasty!
These are definitely one of the healthiest frozen pizzas that I have had. I am also a huge fan of Kashi’s frozen pizzas or making them myself using pita bread.
I’ve been a huge fan of their vitatops and after trying their vitapizzas, I am a huge fan of them too!
You can purchase vitapizzas in select stores and online.
Breakfast & lunch were nothing out of the ordinary. I made more of my heavenly coconut flour pancakes topped with chocolate casein frosting, a few banana slices and a small handful of chopped walnuts.
For lunch, I had some leftover turkey, green beans and toast topped with laughing cow cheese. Am I the only one left with leftovers from Thanksgiving in the fridge?
I continued working on finishing up the rest of the turkey with last night’s dinner, which was a turkey taco salad. It was very, very tasty!! Inside my baked whole grain tortilla went lettuce, and a few tablespoons of kidney beans, salsa, brown rice, guacamole, non-fat plain greek yogurt, jalapenos and of course the main ingredient, turkey.
Question: Do you have leftovers in your fridge? How are you using them up?