Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Clean Eating "Pizza" Bites + New House Rennovation!!


Ok these little ditties were so good and took about 5 seconds to prep. I was super rushed the other night but determined not to eat out in between small group/work/exercise/dog walking so I threw these together and WHOA.

Servings: 1-2 (depending on the size of the sweet potato and how hungry you are- I ate almost the whole thing)
Prep Time: 5 mins
Cook Time: 15 mins

Ingredients:

  • 1 sweet potato, scrubbed ($.80)
  • 1/3 cup mozzarella cheese, shredded ($.40)
  • 3 Tablespoons CLEAN (aka no sugar added, low sodium, etc) tomato sauce or crushed tomatoes
  • 1 teaspoon Italian seasoning
  • 1 teaspoon garlic seasoning
  • Any other toppings you would put on pizza (bell pepper, mushrooms, onions, fresh tomatoes..)


Preheat the oven to 425 degrees. Slice the sweet potato with a mandolin. Place the sweet potato slices onto a non-stick baking sheet (my baking sheet is so raggedy I cover it with parchment paper to make it non-stick). Throw the sweet potato slices into the oven for 10 mins.

After 10 minutes, pull the slices out and spoon the tomato sauce evenly onto each sweet potato slice. Now sprinkle mozzarella cheese onto each slice. Sprinkle garlic and Italian seasonings to your liking onto each one, and add any other toppings.

Heat in the oven for 5-8 minutes.

And that is it. It is laughably easy.

OH also we went to check on the new house renovations today!! They just pulled up all the nasty carpet and there are beautiful wood floors underneath! Here are the "before" pix- stay tuned for updates!!

This is the view from the front door (living/dining area). See that wall Harrison is standing in front of? We are knocking it down and making it into a bar with extra cabinet space underneath!


Ahh yes and a very DC sized master closet. We are also knocking the back wall out to make it a bigger closet (for Harrison's shoes of course).

The view of the front door (I should keep the curtains right? jkjkjk)


Andi went to explore the new yard and immediately got busy flirting with the neighbor across the alley...

...and then immediately took care of business in her new backyard bathroom.. I just...




Linking up today with Mamade (check them out! I'm featured today!!), Turn It Up Tuesdays, Share Your Sparkle,  Tuesday Recipe Swap, Tough It Out Tuesday, Delicious Dish Tuesday

26 comments:

  1. Those look so so so good!! What a good idea to use the sweet potato - I am book marking this!

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  2. Those floors are gorgeous! I love hardwood floors.

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    1. I knowww right? Secretly glad they kept them covered so they can be in such good condition 40 years later!

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  3. yummm I thought those pizzas were on zucchini at first; I really want to try them!

    PS your dog is so cuute! I want a pittie so bad

    XO Sahra
    Que Sera Sahra

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  4. I literally just drooled on my desk over those little bites (hold one moment while I wipe that up...) - yum! The floors in your home are GORGEOUS! I'm so excited for ya'll!

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  5. Those look really good, I'll have to try them. I loved seeing photos of your house and of course Andi!

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    1. thanks Julie! you gotta come party at the new house when we get in!

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  6. Those look so good! Gotta love hardwood floors. Love the doggie row!

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    1. haha ohh the doggie... always on her best behavior

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  7. Ive tried the mini pizzas with zukes, but never baked potatoes. Thanks for the idea! your dog is a cutie :)

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    1. oooh yummy I've gotta try it with zukes great idea!!

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  8. These look so good and yummy. I'm going to have to try these! Thanks for sharing girl :)

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  9. Hahaha. that last picture. I just died. :)

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  10. I never would have thought to use sweet potatoes as mini pizza crust! What an awesome idea!

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  11. What a good idea!! And your floors are beautiful! I just wanted you to know how much your comment meant to me! It was just what I needed today, so , thank you!!

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  12. Yumm, those look amazing! Totally trying that! :) Also, yay for house renos- so much work but the end product is great!

    xo, Hima
    Hima Hearts

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  13. I seriously love that you use sweet potatoes for so many things; I LOVE sweet potatoes and never thought to use them for so many different things!
    I also am anxious to see the after photos of the house! :)
    Thanks so much for linking up with Delicious Dish Tuesday this week!

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  14. Great idea to use a sweet potato! Yummy. I can't wait to give this one a try. :)

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  15. Found you over at Eat, Drink, and by Mary. Pinned - thanks! My paleo family will love. :-)

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