My son has a friend over. The friend boasts a limited menu from which he will eat: pizza, jello, cheese, bacon, bread, milk. Those are his basics (and nearly any chip known to man). Finding myself out of bacon and nearly chipless, I decided to make them pizza rounds for lunch. I used whole grain sandwhich thins for their pizza crusts (the food critics didn't even notice all the grainy seeds!). I knew I'd want pizza, but real pizza with crust does not fit into my summer health goals, so I decided to try Zucchini Pizza Planks.
Line baking sheet with parchment paper.
Slice thin and season with salt and pepper.
Top with 1 Tablespoon of tomatoe sauce (no or low sugar), part skim mozzarella cheese and turkey pepperoni.
Bake at 350º for 12-15 minutes (until cheese is melty and pepperoni crisps up).
Loved them! Cheesy, pepperoni goodness definitely satisfied my pizza urge this afternoon. I like zucchini, but I can see where a person who does not like zucchini would not like them as pizzas either. It makes a soft, rather juicy, pizza crust. I wonder if you can crisp up the zucchini plank first and then top it with pizza goodness?