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I'm pregnant, it's 10 am, and I need pizza NOW but don't want or need a ton of extra calories. This recipe was perfect for my needs! I made it very simply by cutting a large tortilla in half for 2 layers, spraying the bottom with spray (genius!), putting a little Mexican cheese between the layers, and topping it with pasta sauce (I know, it's lame, but it's what I had), spinach, and mozarella cheese. I put it on the tray in a toaster oven for about 10 minutes and then removed the tray and put it directly on the rack for about another 10. The "crust" is perfect! If I had time to fancy up my sauce, chop some garlic, or get more creative with my toppings, this would be beyond fantastic for those who like thin crust pizza. Thanks for sharing.

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DC Angel December 06, 2011

Yummy! I made this with 3 tortillas, boboli pizza sauce, canadian bacon, pepperoni, and crushed pineapple. So good. My grandson ate half of my pizza and has made this 3 times since! I think that says it all! lol. Thanks Daydasa for a great keeper. Made for Cookbook Tag.

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lazyme April 15, 2011

I love these they are so easy and tastey and the kids like making their own. I am low-carbing and have used the low-carb tortillas with great results, it's great to have pizza and still be on a diet. Thanks for posting this great little recipe.

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Take a Letter Maria February 14, 2008

I make these all the time! My dh loves thin crust - this is about as thin as you can get. I usually put my tortillas in the oven about 5 minutes before I add the rest of the ingredients. That way, they are crisp. I also just use 1 tortilla per pizza. I have used homemade torillas & store-bought. Very simple, quick, easy & versatile recipe. I was going to submit it if it wasn't already here. Thanks!

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Feej July 15, 2007

Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful!! This is the perfect solution for homemade goodness and saving money. I have two pizza boys, as I call them, and we have done the English muffin thing to death. They also love soft tacos and quesadillas, so I am always trying to find other uses for all the tortillas I have on hand. And this was it! I used 10-inch tortilla, though my hubby now wants to try 12-inchers. The boys used Mild Cheddar between stacks and mozzarella on top. I only used three tortillas, the boys used four. Our toppings were as different as we all are. I mixed together chopped green pepper, onion and minced garlic. My oldest used that with pepperoni and deli chicken meat (yes!) I used the veggie mix with chopped portabellos, precooked bacon and Parmesan cheese sprinkled on top of the Mozz. My youngest was safer with just onions and pepperoni. We used a spaghetti sauce called Chunky Marinara. The cooking times did vary by five minutes or so, but we kept an eye on them. Everyone ate in almost silence except for the oohs and mmmms. Now, I will order less and less take-out, because we can all make our own. And I get to have all the thin crust pizza I want. Next is BBQ Chicken w/Pineapple! Thanks a whole bunch!

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Judielise July 06, 2007

I treated this recipe like a science project, making several variations until I felt like I had perfected it (I actually then ended up posting a new recipe at that point, because I'd made so many modifications). <br/><br/>So, here's what I learned: <br/><br/>1. One tortilla will make a mushy mess.<br/>2. Two tortillas was perfect for us. I'm sure more is even tastier, but we didn't want the calories.<br/>3. The olive oil spray technique is absolutely essential; without it, you will get mush.<br/>4. A pizza stone adds crispiness.<br/><br/>Thanks for posting!

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juniperwoman March 15, 2013

I had a bit of a problem with the bottom tortilla. First two pizzas, prepared as directed using 3, after 25 min were crisp on the edges, but really soft in the middle. Very tasty, but you could not pick the slices up nor cut them easily with a fork. Ok, I think, I just put too many toppings on. Third one made for husband later. I decide to precook the bottom tortilla for a bit to give it a head start. Decreased toppings while keeping in mind that too many toppings would give the same result. Same result. Oven temp maybe? Would like to say however, that even though husband couldn't pick up nor cut slice with a fork (he used a knife) he actually complimented the pizza. And that is VERY unusual for a super picky person! He tossed last night's dinner in the garbage and refused to eat it! Thank you very much for sharing.

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nisea916 March 14, 2013

Very easy and yummy. I made this for my lunch today. Just the basics, pepperoni and mozzarella cheese. I did sprinkle on some red pepper flakes. Used three tortillas and it was perfect for one. Thanks for posting. :)

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teresas June 21, 2010

ingenious! i layered three, ten inch flour tortillas .. used a combination of the cheeses i had on hand (all shredded- cheddar, italian blend, and parmesan) .. i topped it with some sweet italian sausage, onions, and chopped pepperoni. i mixed those into the sauce, with some chopped tomatoes .. topped with a little more than a handful of cheese. wow. delicious! thank you!

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Froggus. September 01, 2008

I did this, it was great. However, I broiled 1 of them on high for about 10 minutes with great results.

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mmacmu1 December 08, 2007
Quick Tortilla Pizza