Greek Flatbread Pizza

I have to say that I LOVE simple recipe's!  They make dinner time so much fun!  

This recipe is a great, versatile option that is easily adaptable to your family's needs.  You can change it up by switching the toppings, or amp it up by loading each pizza with extra of the toppings I've listed.  I've made it with healthy, low calorie options, but by all means switch them out for the ingredients that are loaded with all the fat and calories you want!


1 pkg 7 inch 100% Whole Wheat Greek Pita Flatbread (6 pitas in pkg - brand is Papa Pita)
1 15 oz jar Classico Creamy Alfredo Sauce
1 6 oz pkg Athenas Reduced Fat Feta Cheese - crumbled/grated
1 7 oz jar Green Olives - sliced thin
3-4 Roma Tomatoes - diced

Prep Time: 15 minutes or less
6 servings


Preheat Oven to 400*

Prepare your toppings.  Dice, slice and crumble!

Get out your Flatbread.  I put mine on cookie sheets, although you can also put them straight on the oven racks if that's your fancy.  (I'm a little OCD however, and just the thought that something might drip off onto the bottom of the oven sends chills down my spine!)  

Open your Alfredo Sauce.  Now I know this is going to seem a little wasteful, but you don't need the full jar. Using a tablespoon plop 2-3 on each Flatbread and spread the sauce out to cover the tops.  Use as little or as lot as you want, but the more you use the more it will overpower the other flavors. (reserve your extra sauce, it tastes great on pasta!)

The next step is simply to add the toppings!  I started with the Feta Cheese, cover liberally.  Then toss the Tomatoes on, followed with the Green Olives.  (Now, if you don't care for green olives, by all means use black. However, the taste won't be as greek-like.)  Again, use as little or as lot as you like.  I personally like the 'lot' option.  ha ha

Pop them into the oven for about 8-10 minutes.  Just remember the longer they are in the darker/crispier the crust.  Make sure to eat them fresh out of the oven, because they will cool fast.  If they do cool, you can always zap them in the microwave to warm them up, but only for less than a minute.

Serve them with a salad or on their own!  Enjoy!


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