A good friend and I came up with this version of a popular recipe. Veggie pizza is usually a dish that you make to take with you to a function - because let's face it, you don't want to end up having to eat the whole pan by yourself!!
We were at a stamp-club meeting in December where one of the other members had brought veggie pizza. But, instead of assembling it, she only made the crust and put the cream cheese mixture on - she served all the veggies and cheese on the side. I LOVED this idea, because it is friendly to everyone!
So, after some talking, we wanted a healthier version that would keep longer than a day or two.
Here's what we came up with: Sandwich Thins! These are SO MUCH more calorie friendly than crescent rolls - and two small "pizzas" make a nice meal. The cream cheese mixture (I use 1 cup cream cheese, 1 cup sour cream, 3/4 cup mayo (all low-fat), 3 T. Ranch Dressing mix, 1 t. dill weed) and the veggies and cheese can all be put in containers and be pulled out when ready to assemble. Easy!!
Another option: use a tortilla shell, spread a small amount of the cream cheese mixture and load with veggies - roll and eat like a burrito - yum!
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