Tostada Pizza

Tostada Pizza

1 pizza crust (I used Pillsbury refrigerated thin crust)
Pizza Sauce
1/2 – 1 pound ground sirloin or turkey burger
taco seasoning
a package mozzerella cheese (I used fat free and half the bag)
lettuce chopped finely
tomato, cut into small pieces
taco sauce

1. Cook the ground sirloin (or turkey burger) with the onion until it is no longer pink. When it is completely cooked add taco seasoning to taste.
2. Bake the pizza crust for 5 minutes at 350 or until golden brown.
3.  Chop the Fresh Express Italian lettuce finely.
4. Once the crust is golden brown smear some pizza sauce on it. Spread the taco meat evenly over the pizza crust as well as the cheese. Place is the oven at 350 for about 5 minutes or until cheese is melted.
5. Once cheese has melted remove from the oven and cover with the Fresh Express Italian lettuce, tomato and swirl on taco sauce.

Makes approximately 12 pieces
3.5 pts a piece

19 Comments on “Tostada Pizza

  1. I think I MUST make this…loving the salad on it too! YUM! Interesting about the meat difference…I never knew that!Liesl 🙂


  2. Looks good! We are having pizza at my house tonight with some new pizza dough. :)You need to get you a new slow cooker!! You have to try out all of those recipes you are piling up. Plus my buffalo chicken is amazing on pizza!! (I bet my taco chicken would be too, hmmm might have to try it out)Have a great week. 🙂


  3. That looks amazing! I always avoid lettuce but this might be a good way to trick myself into getting my fill of greens!


  4. yummie the pizza looks really delicious *___*and thanks for comment, the movie was great =D


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