In the continued quest for funk food, aka fake junk food, I rediscovered my love of lavash. The thin, soft unleavened bread can be used as a wrap or toasted up as a pizza. This can be found near tortillas and other flattish things in your grocery and the half off sign prompted me that pizza was definitely to be in the cards. An entire lavash has 120 calories, that’s just 2 WW points, so EAT UP. This isn’t just some diet food either. I wouldn’t hesitate to serve a more elegant topping situation on a lavash base as an app at a dinner party.
Crispy AND melty. Mmmmm….
Topped with spinach, feta, part-skim mozzarella, chicken sausage, chick peas, and roasted onions.
Since the toppings were tres Mediterranean, I opted for a side of tzaziki for dipping purposes.
- One piece of lavash
- Olive oil
- Toppings of your choice
- Place lavash on baking sheet.
- Brush lightly with olive oil.
- Broil 1-1.5 minutes, until sides start to crisp.
- Remove from oven and change oven temperature to 450F.
- Flip lavash over, so crispy side is down.
- Brush other side with olive oil.
- Top with desired toppings.
- Bake 5-7 minutes.