Homemade burrito bowl! So good :)
A year and a half difference.
Even though I see the body on the right every day now, it still amazes me to look back at where I was. The person on the left is totally different from the person I am today.
And I’m not the girl that I intend to be
But I dare you, darlin’, just you wait and see.
Who says you can’t have healthy pizza?
You will need:
- 100 calorie La Tortilla Factory Smart & Delicious whole wheat tortilla
- Marinara/Pesto sauce (For marinara, I use 1/2 cup of Trader Joe’s No Salt Added/Low Fat Organic marinara sauce, and for pesto I use 2 tablespoons of generic basil pesto)
- 1/4 cup of reduced fat mozzarella/italian blend cheese
- 1/2 tablespoon of olive oil
- Garlic powder
- Basil (fresh or dried)
- Spinach, tomatoes, and other assorted veggies
- 1/4 cup of reduced fat feta (best for the pesto pizza) or parmesan cheese (optional)
- Chicken (optional)
- Preheat the oven to 350 degrees
- Cut up all of your veggies!
- Slather the olive oil on your tortilla before placing it on a cookie sheet. Spread the marinara or pesto onto the tortilla. Sprinkle garlic powder to taste. Sprinkle half of the cheese onto your pizza, arrange the veggies/chicken around your pizza, then sprinkle the rest of the cheese (including the optional feta and parmesan)
- Bake for approximately 7-10 minutes (or until cheese is bubbling and the bottom of the tortilla is brown and crispy)
- Cut and enjoy!
Marinara w/no extras: 343 Calories, 14 g of fat, 17 g of protein
Marinara with chicken: 414 Calories, 16g of fat, 30 g of protein
Pesto w/ feta cheese: 499 Calories, 26 g of fat, 24 g of protein
*Note: The serving size on this pizza is often best split between two people or eaten in halves, because it is the size of a tortilla and the fiber makes it very filling.
I know of a couple that I follow/follows me back, but I’m wondering how many of you there are? Like this post if you live in San Francisco and maybe we can organize a fun run through Golden Gate Park or something in the future!
STOP waiting for tomorrow. Or the next day. Or Monday.
TODAY IS THE DAY. Today is your day. If you’re still awake, the day isn’t over yet. There’s still time to make changes. Because you never know how much time you will have, so start now. Now is the only thing you’re guaranteed.