Low Fat Greek Pizza - Vegetarian

Low Fat Greek Pizza - Vegetarian

A low fat Greek pizza is another example of no-meat pizza you can have for dinner, lunch, or even as a snack.

If you are a vegetarian (but still have milk), this pizza is for you. And if you're "carnivorous" like myself, you can give your body a break and eat something nice and healthy (and yet, tasty!).

If you must have some sort of meat, you can thinly slice a slice of ham, or roast chicken, or salami... but only if you must.

You can make this low fat Greek pizza with your own home-made dough, or you can purchase your pizza base at any supermarket.

Or even better: you could even go to your local pizza parlour and ask them if they can sell you some dough.


250 g (1/2 lb) pizza dough

1 sliced tomato

1/2 green capsicum (green pepper)

1/2 red onion, sliced

3/4 cup crumbled low fat fetta cheese

6 black olives, pitted and sliced

1 tsp dried oregano

1/4 tsp freshly ground pepper

Nutritional Information:

Serves 4

Fat: 4 g

Cal: 253

KJ: 1063

WW: 4.5 Points

This is what you do:

For starters, preheat your oven to 190 C (450 F).


If you're making your own pizza base, use the recipe I've included in my main low fat pizza recipes page.

Then sprinkle a bit of flour on your kitchen bench and turn the dough on it to coat it with the flour.

Stretch the dough into a 12 inches circle, and transfer onto a pizza pan or a baking sheet.


If you're using a pre-packed pizza base, just top it with the tomato slices, sliced capsicum, onion, feta, olives, oregano and ground pepper, and chuck it into the oven for agbout 20 minutes, or till browned and crisp. Your low fat Greek pizza for 4 is ready to eat. Remember... Gotta share it!

Source: I found this Greek pizza in Weight Watchers "Cook it Quick!"

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