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7/3/12 11:58 P

Take a large whole wheat pita and slice in half so you have two circles.

Place both circles on a cookie sheet and use them as your crust !

Add sauce, veggies, cheese, italian seasonings and a drizzle of olive oil. Bake 350 degrees until cheese is melted !! Keep your eye on it, you don't want the crust to burn since it is so thin.

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7/3/12 3:19 P

This past weekend a friend made thin crust pizza on the grill because it was quite hot in the house already. The toppings were mainly veggies and a small amount of cheese. The thin crusts were from the grocery store. I usually make my own crust, but these are really handy to keep in the freezer.

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7/2/12 1:14 P

Thin crust... veggie toppings, no extra cheese... it's possible! And only a couple of pieces instead of the whole thing (sigh.....)

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7/2/12 12:20 A

I am in love with pizza and I want to eat it all the time. I would really like a less guilty pizza recipie. I really like veggies on my pizza and I love papa Johns.

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