So for this recipe, you can really do it a number of different ways. I’ll lay out the outline for you, but this is more of a healthy meal idea rather than a recipe, I suppose.
If you have been following my Instagram and blog, you know that I love breakfast. A lot. I have a lot of breakfast recipes in my arsenal, but I’m only able to get a good handful tested and photographed each month. (mom life, am I right?)
Our little family recently went for a weekend getaway, and we discovered a grocery store called Woodman’s. If you don’t know what that is and have never been to one, I am sorry, I was once in your shoes.
Seriously though, it’s like a theme park for people who love to cook and eat! Need some cheese? there’s literally 100+ different brands, styles, and types.
Yogurt? Don’t worry, they basically have an entire wall, stocked full, ceiling to floor.
Their produce department and bakery are as big as Target! I mean it’s unreal, and I love it. We’ve made the decision to take a monthly trip there for grocery shopping.
One of my favorite finds were the ‘Flatout’ thin crust flatbreads, Artisan Rustic White. I made Easter breakfast the next morning for Eric and I, and after purchasing them, I decided Flatbread Pizzas were the obvious choice! If you live in a smallish town like me, it’s not easy finding stuff like this. That’s why I’m calling this an outline instead of a official recipe. Here’s some healthy options to choose from if you can’t find the Flatout thin crust pizza flatbreads. Look for Joseph’s Lavash Bread, which is typically found by the deli counter in supermarkets, or the original Flatout Light Flatbread wraps would be a good option. (You could also try Naan, however that would be higher in points and calories.)
The sun was so bright that morning! It was a perfectly delicious Easter brunch. Eric’s is made with two farm fresh whole eggs instead of egg beaters, and he just could not stop RAVING about this pizza. I was not planning on putting it on the blog, it was just a random, simple thing I put together in a few moments. But it worked out great, and I’m all about sharing with you lovely people!
You could also totally add any and all of your favorite fixins. Next time, I’m going to try roasted zucchini and red pepper with bacon! Here are a few ideas for toppings-
- crumbled turkey sausage
- diced ham
- chicken sausage
- whole eggs
- potatoes/sweet potatoes
- red/green/yellow peppers
- mushrooms, not my personal favorite thing whatsoever though! haha
Hope you all love this idea. ENJOY!
- 1 whole Flatbread (I used Flat Out Artisan Rustic White Flatbread)
- 2/3 cup Liquid Egg Substitute (I used Egg Beaters)
- 1/2 Onion (diced)
- 3 slices Fully Cooked Bacon (I used Oscar Mayer)
- 1/4 cup Reduced Fat Shredded Cheddar Cheese (I used Sargento)
- 2 tbs Semi-Homemade Buttermilk Ranch
- 3 tbs Hidden Valley Ranch Seasoning Dry Mix
- 1/2 cup Light Mayonnaise
- 1 cup Low Fat Buttermilk
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Pre-bake your flat bread for a couple of minutes.
- In a pan lightly sauté the bacon and onions for about 3 minutes. Set aside. Lightly spray pan with cooking spray and cook the egg beaters until done.
- Evenly sprinkle eggs, toppings of choice, and cheese onto flatbread.
- Bake for about 8 minutes or until your cheese is melted.
- My favorite part, drizzle your ranch on top, and cut into pieces.
- In a medium mixing bowl, add the buttermilk, ranch seasoning mix, and light mayo. Whisk until smooth. For better taste cover and refrigerate for at least 30 minutes. ENJOY!
- My flatbread pizza comes to 9 smart points, but this will vary depending on the ingredients you choose to use! It was incredibly filling. I couldn't even finish the whole thing!