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I’m not going to lie, I want pizza. I want BBQ. I want all the good stuff that I really shouldn’t have. But do I really need to give up ALL the yummy foods out there? I don’t think so. In fact, I know so.
My kids have been on a BBQ Chicken kick lately. They ask for it at least three nights a week, which has caused me to buy enough of their favorite BBQ sauce and chicken to last forever.
It was last week when we made a large BBQ Pizza, but I wanted to make myself a lighter version, so I rummaged my cabinet and found my Tumaro low carb wraps. Perfect! Two wraps are 120 calories (60 each), and I already knew they’d crisp up well.
It was so satisfying to share an almost identical pizza with my family at dinner time, but without all the dough and heaviness that often comes with that type of meal. I even used my new digital food scale to make sure I wasn’t going overboard on all the ingredients.
What I used:
2 Tumaro wraps
4 ounces of chicken cut into small bites
2 ounces of lite mozzarella cheese
1 ounce red onion, chopped roughly
1 teaspoon olive oil
1/4 cup of BBQ Sauce
**Usually I would omit the olive oil and shred the chicken in the crockpot,
but for this particular night, I used a frying pan.**
What I did:
Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
Spray frying pan with a light coat of cooking spray. Heat pan to a medium-high heat and add the Tumaro wraps, lightly browning on either side for about 30 seconds each.
Remove wraps and set aside.
In the same pan, add the olive oil and chicken. Cook thoroughly.
Using your Tumaro wraps, spread the BBQ sauce over it as you would pizza sauce.
Add your chopped onion and cooked chicken. Finish by sprinkling the lite mozzarella over top.
Bake in the oven until cheese is fully melted – about 3-5 minutes. I have cooked these directly on the racks before with success and also on cookie sheets. Either way will still result in a crispy light crust.