I love pizza! Who doesn’t, right? It seriously could be a staple in our household and my husband would have no problem eating it for all 3 meals a day. However, after months of weekly Jet’s pizza deliveries, it took its toll – on our bodies, that is. After determining that we needed a change and setting forth a new plan: to eat clean, we realized we had to find our pizza fix.
One weekend while at Costco the local Michigan company “Flatouts” was sampling their thin breads which can be used for pizza, wraps, baked as chips, etc. One bite and I knew this was a great replacement for our weekly pizza runs. Not only are they low in calories but there are tons of flavors available, they’re a good source of fiber, whole grains and the ingredients don’t contain a list of manmade nonsense that I can’t pronounce.
Each individual flatout pizza can be made to your liking and usually costs me less than $3 a pizza! Take that, $10 Jet’s pizza.