Sunday, July 6, 2008

Fig and Ricotta Tortilla Pizza

I forgot I also bought a basket of fresh figs yesterday at the Farmer's Market. I used them this morning to make a sweet Tortilla Pizza for breakfast.

It was a yummy start today but it would be a great dessert finish after an Italian dinner like my Pastaless Chicken Carbonara Casserole.

Cut into wedges it also makes a nice party treat with antipasto type items. I love having little evening "parties" with just 2 or 3 people. Cut up some cheeses, veggies, make a dip out of Fage Greek Yogurt, a few cold cuts, some nuts and a little sweet treat like this pizza. With 20 minutes or so prep you have an awesome spread that you can eat too! I toss it all on a tray and bring it outside.

What could be better than cool night air, starry skies, some weight loss surgery friendly snacks and swapping stories with friends?

Wait don't answer that. I can think of one or two things ;) too but... little parties like that are right up there in the top 5.

Good times.

Shelly's Fig & Ricotta Tortilla Pizza

1 Mission Carb Balance Whole Wheat Fajita Size Tortilla
1/4 cup Ricotta Cheese
1 Tablespoon Sugar Free Torani Syrup (I used SF Vanilla)
a few dashes of Cinnamon
1 ripe Fig, sliced
1 teaspoon Sugar Free Maple Syrup or Caramel Sauce
Drop of oil

Mix ricotta, SF Torani, and cinnamon together. Swipe a cookie sheet with a drop of oil and place a Mission Carb Balance Whole Wheat Fajita Size Tortilla down. Spread ricotta mixture on and top with sliced fig and a drizzle of sugar free maple syrup or caramel. Pop it in a 375 degree oven for 10 minutes.

If you like this recipe check out these two:

Here's another version of a sweet Tortilla Pizza and here's more ricotta and fruit yumminess in one of my favorite desserts.

Highlights of the day:

* Making a crazy experimental casserole which in my head sounds yummy but we'll see how it goes. Watch for porn tomorrow (or not depending on the outcome.)

* Loving this super cool web site. Word of warning stay away from the games section... I was lost in old school Frogger for an hour.

* Going to take a walk tonight and watch the sunset. I'm working and miss it during the week so I try and catch it at least one day out of the weekend. A nice long walk might help these cramps from HELL I have too. I hope.

Listening to: Psychedelic Furs "Into You Like a Train"

1 comment:

DCY said...

I think I told you that I have fig bushes/trees in my side yard and they are ripening fast, but are no where near the size of the mondo figs you got at market. I will have to try them out on the dessert pizza anyways. Thanks for the recipe.