Appetizers and Snacks
Thin and Crispy BBQ Chicken Pizza Snack Wedges
Says Alexander: "Yes! You can have pizza and eat healthy. And you don't have to feel guilty about it. I always serve this pizza at my Super Bowl parties and when I invite girlfriends over for TV nights. My friends always rave and swear there's no way it's low in fat. This recipe is particularly great for kids, too!"
Note from Alexander: It is critical that you do not attempt to make a pizza "crust" from a low-carb tortilla. It will smoke and burn, without becoming crisp. Most barbecue sauce is high in sugar and carbohydrates. I always look for one with 7 grams or less of carbs per serving. Although you can use "low-carb" barbecue sauce, I have not found one that I enjoy, so I opt for one that contains less carbohydrates rather than one that's called "low-carb."
© Recipe from The Biggest Loser Cookbook (Rodale Books, 2006). Republished with permission.
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Last Editorial Review: 7/24/2007
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