Pizza is just one of those foods that I could eat every single day for the rest of my life. I absolutely adore it in all forms and am always willing to try just about any new pizza recipes that I find.

A long time ago, I came across Flatout Flatbreads, and have been using them in a variety of personal sized, thin crust pizza recipes ever since.

But it recently came to my attention that not everyone is aware of Flatout Flatbreads (and their whole amazing line of products), so I thought it’d be beneficial to post a simple pizza recipe that is made with one of these low calorie flatbreads.

The options for Flatout pizza recipes are endless, but I think the key when making them is to use a decent amount of cheese. I typically use about 1/2 cup on my thin crust pizzas, and I think it works great. Sure I could do less and shave a point or two off of the total points, but what is pizza without CHEESE?! The Points are worth it, in my opinion.

And because there is a TON of fiber in these flatbreads, they are very satisfying and will help keep you full for quite a while.

So, if you are a pizza fanatic like me, get in the kitchen with some Flatout Flatbreads, and share your favorite low calorie pizza recipe with us!!

thin crust pizza


Calories249 kcal
Carbohydrates23 g
Fat11.3 g
Protein25.3 g
4.25 from 24 votes
Prep Time5 minutes
Cook Time20 minutes
Total Time25 minutes


Servings: 1 servings
  • 1 Flatout Flatbread in Light Original
  • ½ cup prepared pizza sauce
  • ½ cup reduced fat mozzarella cheese
  • ½ tsp garlic powder
  • ½ tsp dried oregano
  • Veggie toppings of choice - (I used tomatoes, onions, jalapeños)


  • Spray a large piece of aluminum foil with non-fat cooking spray, and place Flatout Flatbread on it. Heat flatbread in oven for about 8-10 minutes, or until the flatbread begins to crisp.
  • Remove flatbread from oven and top with sauce, cheese, veggies, garlic powder and oregano.
  • Return to oven and heat until cheese is melted and pizza is cooked through, about 10-12 minutes.


The entire recipe makes 1 serving
The serving size is entire pizza


Calories: 249 kcal (12%)Carbohydrates: 23 g (8%)Protein: 25.3 g (51%)Fat: 11.3 g (17%)Saturated Fat: 4 g (25%)Cholesterol: 20 mg (7%)Sodium: 713 mg (31%)Potassium: 28 mg (1%)Fiber: 9.7 g (40%)Sugar: 1.4 g (2%)Calcium: 330 mg (33%)Iron: 1.8 mg (10%)
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  1. We just made this…we added 7 pepperonis to each and followed the directions exactly… we loved it!!!

  2. I just threw this in the oven. I hope i,didnt mess it up though bc i didnt bake the flat bread first, i just topped it and put it in.?????

  3. I have been making thin crust pizzas for a while now, and I deviate in perhaps only way in which you make your pizzas. Rather than use aluminum foil, and spray the crust, I use my round 13″ pizza stone. This way the crust heats up evenly and dependably.

    I just place the stone in the oven and give it about eight minutes to harden up some. Then I remove the stone, and load up the crust with my favorite pizza items. After that, I place it back in the oven for another 12-15 minutes. Placing the crust in the oven before populating it with goodies makes it much more sturdy and easier to handle.

    This is the first time I am using FillOut, and its in the oven cooking right now. I’m happy to have found them, over at my local WalMart grocery store.

  4. Carrie McDonald Dalton Reply

    I have heard about these flat out pizzas for awhile and finally decided to give it a whirl tonight. I swung by walmart on way home to pick up the flatouts and the cheese, other than that, i used ingredients I already had on hand in my fridge or pantry: sun-dried tomato pesto, smoked turkey breast, bell pepper strips, baby portobellos, black olives. Delish! And this is a LOT of food. I’m stuffed!

  5. This is amazing!! I am going to make this tonight! I used to work in a grocery store and I remember these Flatout Flat breads being by the deli. Who knew! I should’ve paid more attention to them before!!

  6. AWESOME recipe, I love the flat out flat breads! How is this recipe 8 points? the flat outs are 2 points a piece, veggies are zero pts, fat free shredded mozz is 2 pts, the pizza sauce cant be any more than 2 pts for the tablespoon or so youd add to it…

  7. Mandi Banks Reply

    Where do you buy the Flatout Bread from? Is it sold in Publix, Kroger, Walmarts?? And in what section do I need to look for it?

  8. I’ve made this 3 times this week with different toppings. So easy and good! Seems like I’m cheating!

  9. I have made this pizza twice now and it has quickly become a staple in my house. Thank you for introducing me to “Flatout” bread!!!! I love the “crispy” texture that this becomes in the oven. The only downfall is that it doesn’t reheat well in the microwave. Other than that it is a new favorite!

  10. Another great recipe! I could so eat pizza everyday too! I’m spoiled because I live near a Jule’s thin crust pizza place. Their generous slices are only 5 points+ each.

  11. Happycharm74 Reply

    I’m not sure how much it will change the points or not, but my husband and I have found that the Fat Free Kraft Shredded Cheddar or Mozzarella taste just as good as the reduced fat and I believe only have 1 PP per person…

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