Trim Healthy Mama {Pizza!}

Who says you can’t have pizza that doesn’t make you gain weight?  I DO!  This Pizza is an “S” meal, meaning it is high in fat content, low in carbs, and high in protein.

To make this pizza, I mixed up the Bread in a Mug recipe (on page 265 of Trim Healthy Mama), spread it out on a microwave-safe dinner plate, and cooked it for 1 minute in the microwave.

I then topped it with some Great Value (Walmart brand) Pizza Sauce, ham, cottage cheese, mozzarella cheese, and cheddar cheese.  I popped it back in the microwave to melt the cheese and it was ready to eat.

It was SO good!  If you don’t want to use the microwave, you can spread the dough out on a pan lined with parchment paper and bake in the oven.  After it is done baking, add the toppings and pop back in the oven for a bit to heat through.

I still am continually amazed how easy it is to eat this way (the Trim Healthy Mama way).  I have lost 28 lbs. now (since last November) and feel so much better!  Now to get to exercising…:)!

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10 thoughts on “Trim Healthy Mama {Pizza!}

  1. I so enjoy reading your blog! The posts recently about THM have all been so good. I want to get the book too. You make it sound so easy to do the eating. Thank you for sharing.

    • Thanks Barbara! So glad you enjoy the blog and the THM posts. I have more planned! Do get the book..you won’t be sorry :). Have a great day!

    • You are going to LOVE it! It takes a bit to read through the book, but just be patient and take baby steps. I’m so excited for you!

  2. I just found your posts on THM! I to have been using THM since January and have lost 22lbs. I have never lost it this quick and have not felt deprived one bit! Love it!
    I do have a question though. I have been using your breakfast recipes to make for my children. I was wondering if you could show us how to use your recipes using the NuNaturals sweetner instead of sugar? Have you been doing this?Thanks!

    • Hi Kristina! I have been doing some experimenting with some of my breakfast recipes. I have found that in a lot of things (muffins and bar type of recipes) I can substitute Truvia in place of sugar or honey. Remember that for kids, they can eat honey ok…we just can’t! Back to the Truvia…I put about 1/4 of the amount that the recipe calls for of sugar. So if the recipe calls for 1 cup sugar, I put in about 1/4 cup Truvia. That seems to work ok. Sometimes the kids say it isn’t as sweet, so then next time I just add in a bit more Truvia or a few shakes of NuNaturals to the recipe. I find that using the Truvia works better for most things because it still adds some bulk to the recipe. Whereas using NuNaturals would sweeten the recipe but not provide the bulk that the Truvia does.

      I hope that helps! You just have to experiment and see what works for you and your family. Have fun..and congratulations on the weight loss! Oh..I had the most amazing waffle tonight. I fixed whole wheat waffles for the rest of the family, but fixed a special one for me. I used the Muffin in a Mug recipe but used 2 T. ground flax and 2 T. almond flour along with the rest of the ingredients. I also added some vanilla and cinnamon. I mixed it up and then baked it in the waffle iron. I then topped it with some Greek yogurt, mixed berries, and a drizzle of sugar free syrup. Oh it was SO good! It was an “S” meal, so I had some eggs along with it and a slice of bacon. Yum!

      Well, better scoot..bedtime!

  3. Hi. I’m just in my second month of THM. So still learning the ropes :) Did you use the cottage cheese to add protein or just because you like it? Also, do I have to have a protein on the pizza? Thanks!

    • Hi Emily! I add some cottage cheese to my pizza so that I don’t have to use as much other cheese that is higher in fat. It does add some protein too, but that’s not my reason for adding it. You do need to make sure you have a protein with this, but since there is an egg in the crust, and you put some cottage cheese on top, you could get by with just doing a cheese and veggie pizza if you want. Or you could fix a shake with some protein powder to have as your dessert along with it :). Have fun!