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21 Day Fix Approved Pizza Recipe

This post was last updated on Sep 3, 2018 @ 5:25 pm
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21 Day Fix Approved Pizza Recipe | TheFitClubNetwork.com

21 Day Fix Approved Pizza Recipe

by Monica Koon | The Fit Club Network

Let’s talk about pizza, shall we? (Because this Italian “girl” loves her pizza.) It may feel like you’re cheating when you’re eating this 21 Day Fix approved pizza recipe, but you’re not. It’s 100% Fix compliant!

As you probably know already, Autumn Calabrese‘s 21 Day Fix meal plan is centered around clean eating and portion control. I absolutely love that this program takes the guess work and calorie counting out of my day. (I do not miss the days when I used to log every calorie to make sure I ended each day with a deficit so I would lose the weight.) The bad news is that you can’t put anything you want into the containers, BUT you will not be suffering.

The secret to this is learning how to deconstruct recipes and swap out the unhealthy ingredients with healthy ones. I want you to focus on learning how to do this, because it will help you be more successful with the 21 Day Fix!

Why is Pizza Unhealthy?

We all know that eating regular pizza is not conducive to losing weight. Here’s why—the typical large slice of fast food pepperoni pizza has about 310 calories, 13 grams of total fat (5 grams of which is saturated), and 720 milligrams of sodium.

Where does all this stuff come from?

  • A thick crust made from refined white flour
  • Sauce that likely contains sugar
  • Way too much high fat cheese
  • Super fatty and processed meat

Read a scary play-by-play of what eating a pizza of UNhealthy pizza does to your body.

How to Make a Healthy Pizza

Now, I’m going to share how I make a 21 Day Fix compliant and HEALTHY pizza.

Go grab the following HEALTHY ingredients and join me in the kitchen:

  • Whole grain pita or flat bread (I use Trader Joe’s brand)
  • Organic tomato paste (no sugar added)
  • Chopped fresh veggies du jour (use what’s already in your fridge!)
  • Low fat mozzarella cheese (I prefer fresh mozzarella, but you can use the low fat grated regular variety as well)
  • Nitrate free ham or prosciutto

Pizza can actually be a healthy meal if you don’t overdo it on the crust, pile on high fat meat and cheese, and you DO load it up with veggies.

Now, watch this video for the (easy) instructions on how to make my 21 Day Fix approved pizza:

ATTENTION MOMS—This recipe is PERFECT for family meals! Everyone can customize their own pizza to match their personal taste and dietary requirements, which means less work for YOU. Prepping for and making the pizzas is actually a perfect time to bond with your kids and educate them about healthy eating.

Free 21 Day Fix Coaching

I would LOVE to help you on your 21 Day Fix journey! If you don’t already have a personal Beachbody coach, click on the button below to get me assigned as your coach:

 

Once you’ve done that, submit a request to join my private 21 Day Fix Family group on Facebook where you’ll be inspired daily by the recipe ideas, accountability posts, and support from others doing this awesome program!

Free One Week 21 Day Fix Meal Plan

Here’s another resource to help you simplify the 21 Day Fix. I’ve created a week’s worth of simple 21 Day Fix compliant meals and the grocery shopping list to go with it. You can get it by signing up here:


Author: Monica

Wife, mother, former elementary school teacher, one-half of a dynamic coaching team and co-founder of the Fit Club Network. I am currently an Independent 14 Star Diamond Coach whose passionate about helping others transform their lives.

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