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Aug 27, 2018

The Oops Veggie Pita Bread Pizza

The Oops Vege Pita Bread Pizzas will be the talk of the century if you are having some form of a party.  Well maybe not the talk of the century but it is a conversational dish. It serves as a great appetizer or even a meal.  This is about 250-300 calories per pizza so you won't feel that guilt after eating it. It's healthy, fulfilling and delicious!





I know it's been a little bit since I've brought you a post. It's been a lot going on but I'm back with a post that was requested. The polls came in when I shared this image on instastories and Facebook and you all wanted the recipe so as promised I'm doing it for you. I wanted to have this out for you sooner but ATT wanted to be a butt hole. I was without internet for almost a week and then I ended up going on vacation because I was mentally drained with them and other things. But anywho your girl is here!

If you follow me on Instagram then you will know that I love to cook. I do a lot of recipes on instastories and you all love it. As an artist, I like to create base on feeling and many times I create base off of what my heart and taste buds are telling me. I eat relatively healthy and create quick meals that are healthy and delicious. I want my family to know that eating healthy does not have to be bland nor does it have to be expensive. 


So what inspired this name? I honestly didn't know what to call it because although it's mostly veggies it's not fully a vegan pizza because it has feta and parmesan cheese in it. I meant for it to be a vegetarian pizza but out of habit when I think of pizza I think of cheese so I added it for that reason and it has other ingredients that aren't vegan-friendly. I could have just called it a vegetarian pizza but that was so boring lol. It truly is an oops pizza!

Earlier this year I started my own herbal garden which by the way is doing wonderful and one of my favorite herbs is Basil and I think when you try this pizza you will know why I added it in there. The fusion of flavors is just perfect! And also I love pita bread. I could eat it every day. Now as I mentioned I cook base off of feeling. Although this is a recipe I don't have exact measurements because that's not how I cook so SORRY! I encourage you all to experiment. This is how you learn. Try different flavors and blend them and see how they come out. I always felt cooking is sort of trial and error. So I wanted to pre-warn you because there will not be any measurements on here.

The Oops veggie pita Bread pizza

  • 1 Pita Bread Round 
  • Toufyan (6 inch) Classic White pita bread
  • Fresh Selection Grape Tomatoes 
  • Spinach, chopped
  • Basil,  chopped
  • Slice Avocado, your preference on amount
  • Fresh Parsley
  • Onions, chopped
  • Garlic, minced
  • Crumbled Feta Cheese
  • Grated Parmesan Cheese
  • Sea Salt
  • Lemon Pepper
  • Avocado Oil
  • I Can't Believe It's Not Butter

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Preheat the oven to 360 degrees F.
  2. Spread I Can't Believe It's Not Butter on pita bread and place on baking sheet.  Top pita bread with lemon pepper a dash of sea salt, arugula, spinach, basil, onions, minced garlic, grape tomatoes, and parmesan cheese: drizzle a little avocado oil and season with lemon pepper.
  3. Bake in the preheated oven to your liking. I would say 6-12 minutes. If you like your pita bread crisp 10-12 minutes will do the trick. 
  4. Top Pizza with Sliced Avocadoes, fresh parsley and crumbled feta cheese. 
  5.  This is optional. Cut pitas into quarters and serve warm or you can eat it whole as a personal pan pitta bread pizza. 

RECIPE NOTES (OPTIONAL)

If you would like to have a sauce you can make a basil pesto or opt for a Sun-dried tomato pesto. You can buy pre-made in the grocery store or make yours home-made. You will find the pesto by the marinara sauce. 



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