In June, I followed the Fit Girls Guide eating plan. The plan was mostly a refresher for me — I’ve been eating clean for years — but I did really enjoy the recipes they included. This plan is designed for women who are on-the-go and don’t have a lot of time to spend in the kitchen. A lot of the recipes involve simple ingredients and are quite easy to make.
The “crust” is a whole wheat pita or whole wheat tortilla topped with your choice sauce (hopefully homemade), veggies, protein and cheese. My pizzas usually clock in around 500 calories each, are super filling and also 21-Day Fix approved (if you follow that plan).
I’ve been experimenting with different pies, especially on busy nights. Should I have more time, I’d like to try making my own crust. This would healthify the recipe even further and cut down on added sodium from the store-bought pitas.
I would highly recommend these little pizzas — or even the Fit Girls Guide — to anyone with a busy schedule. You can stay healthy and full with very minimal effort.
Do you make pizzas at home? What’s your secret?