These are so simple and quick to prepare, yet they taste fantastic – almost as authentic as the real thing. They are ideal for a snack or a light meal with a fresh salad and some fruit to follow.
*Use 6 patty pan squashes instead of the courgettes, and green pepper instead of the yellow pepper. *Tuck some other fresh herbs, such as basil or marjoram, under the vegetables. *For mushroom pizzas, use 300 g (10½ oz) sliced button mushrooms instead of the courgette and yellow pepper.
*Peppers – green, yellow, red or other colours – are excellent sources of vitamin C, and red peppers are in a league of their own as a source of vitamin A from the beta-carotene they contain, providing 685 mg per 100 g (3½ oz). *Cheese is a good source of protein and calcium, as well as many of the B vitamins. Mozzarella contains less fat than many other cheeses – in 100 g (3½ oz) there are 21 g fat and 289 kcal, compared to 34 g fat and 412 kcal in the same weight of Cheddar.
B12, C, A, B1, B2, E, folate, niacin, calcium, copper, B6, potassium, zinc
These look very tasty but I don't think they qualify as low fat. According to the BHF guidelines a tablespoon of Olive Oil is sufficient for 4 people and Mozarella comes under the high fat fat cheese category. - 23 Jul 2015
Fantastic tasty mid week supper dish. I swapped the baps for part baked oven french stick. Yum. - 01 Aug 2014