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DEEP-DISH PIZZA CASSEROLE 6 POINTS

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Hi Bill - That sounds good. How many points?

 

Thanks - Dawna

 

P.s. I picked up a bread machine recipe with you and all the bread machine owners in mind. Hop on over to breads.


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Dawna,

 

I don't have have the points computed somewhere. It was less than the six points in the original... probably somewhere between 3.8 and 4.8 as I recall. The sauce also makes a difference. If you make your own, have to figure out based on what is in the sauce. I have made this >4-5 times an different every time.

 

If you are doing this, you have to figure them out based on what you put in it. I don't have one of the tubes to get the points off of it, and don't have any more to the FF Mozzarella to get the points per oz.

 

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I think I will try this with no meat-just tomato sauce and lots of veggies (maybe roasted) and feta cheese. Does anyone know how feta compares point wise to low fat mozzarella??

I really miss pizza!!

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This looks delicious I might try the spinach version :D :D


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this would be good using turkey italian sausage mineo and sapios in our area. a four oz. patti is only two points. i'm going to give it a try with the sausage.


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Made this for dinner last night. Used soy crumble instead of meat. Don't understand how it could be 6 points with the ground beef. It was 7 points with the soy. Used only half of the tomato sauce which brought it down to 6.5. It was wonderful. DH and I made it together. We added lots of onion, green & red pepper and artichoke hearts. Was going to add olives but didn't want to add any more points. I highly recommend this recipe. wave.gif


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Now this looks like a recipe I could handle! I

plan on giving it a try next time hubby is in.

 

JennaBee, our Super Wal Mart carries and Extra Lean Ground beef which only has 4 grms. fat in a 4 oz. serving. For a whole lb. it would only be 16 pts. This is what I always use.


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There is a soy product here in Canada that is called "Ground Round". Could that be what the recipe is referring to instead of hamburger?

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I will be trying this tomorrow............ wave.gif

 

Thanks for the recipe....

 

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Guest dachshundtales

I too rinse my hamburger after cooking and I like the taste better not near as greasy and way better for you . Try it you`ll like it. Thanks for the pizza recipe I will have to give it a try we are pizzaholics here too. I usually have a healthy choice ( what we call cardboard pizza=frozen) on hand when the pizza bug bites I still have something I can eat safely , but this recipe sounds like my whole family would enjoy. Donna tongue.gif

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I tried this recipe on Sunday nite and really liked it. I added alittle pepperoni and enjoyed it very much...

 

I can't find the "italian chunky" sauce. Is it with the tomato sauces - or the pizza ones? Anybody know?

 

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Guest patto

I made this tonight - fabulous! I added bell pepper, onion, mushrooms, fresh garlic and zucchini (stir fryed in the beef). The portion size was great! Thanks bunches - this ones a keeper.

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This is a favorite at our house. We had it last night & I'm going to have to fight DH for the left overs. We're going to try it soon without meat & with extra veggies instead- yum!


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Guest Heather R

Not sure if this would be good, but Trader Joe's has a veggie peperoni. might be lower than the beef.

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Thanks very much for posting this (who doesn't love pizza????). I have made this a couple of times now - using anything I have in the fridge but for the most part, stick to veggies (onions/muchrooms/tomato/gr pepper etc.) I also made it with 97% fat free ham and onion and pineapple.

 

I also cooked the crust for 5 minutes prior to putting the sauce on. Mine did not go soggy so pre-cooking the crust may have helped.

 

This recipe is a gem! I love it.


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This isn’t too shabby. smile.gif I used turkey & added some turmeric & salt. Then I used a can of chopped tomatoes with rosemary (from Whole Foods). I simmered that with the cooked meat & a 10 oz package of frozen (thawed) spinach while I prepared the crust. I baked just the crust for 5 minutes, then added the meat sauce & cheese, and sprinkled it with olives and let it cook for the rest of the time. Very easy. I think I would have preferred shredding the cheese, though, so you get some everywhere. And I will probably use regular tomato sauce next time so that there is more tomato flavor. I’m not a meat eater, so I may try using half the amount of ground beef next time just to see what it’s like.


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Made this last night for dinner and it was excellent! I made a few substitutions though:

 

I used turkey sausage instead of the beef and I used Betty Crocker's pizza crust mix. It came out great, and I'm having leftovers for lunch today with a salad.

 

Thanks for the idea!


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wave.gif This sounds so delicious!!

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Guest akit

I made this last evening for dinner and everyone loved it. Thanks

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Guest kez

Hi there can someone please tell me what round is? help.gif

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Made this last night and both DH and I loved it! I actually had 2 servings! :eek: Don't worry... I had the points available! LOL

 

The only thing I did different was to add mushrooms! This one's a keeper!


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Kez...It's "Ground Round"...a low fat hamburger! I don't know what you would call it in New Zealand!!!

 

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wave.gif I tried this, it was really good!!!! wave.gif I was thinking about making it tomorrow with my Turkey Pepporoni smile.gif !! Anyone try this :cool: ?

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