I am allergic to all the pizza you can name except for Kashi Pizza. As a result, I seldom enjoy this important part of a healthy diet. OK, maybe it isn’t such an important part of a healthy diet, but it ought to be! Back in the days when Michael and I ate anything and everything we wanted, we enjoyed pizza every Thursday evening. His cholesterol and my hips are the result of those splurges. This week I experimented with a recipe for Spinach and Egg Pizza. Now, don’t go snarling your nose at the idea of spinach and egg on your pizza. I started with a tortilla sprayed with butter spray and sprinkled it with salt, pepper, garlic powder, dried oregano, and dried parsley. I added finely chopped spinach and topped with pizza sauce that comes in a squirt bottle (Contandina brand). I baked this for about 8-10 minutes at 425 degrees. The time baked would depend on how crunchy you like your crust. Then I cracked three eggs and gingerly placed them on the pizza. I then sprinkled 75% reduced fat cheese on the eggs. Back in the oven for about 8-10 minutes, and VOILA – a delicious pizza is the result. I used the large sundried tomato tortillas because Michael and I were hungry! With an entire pizza per person, you get 558 calories, 40 grams of carbs, 25 grams of fat, and 43 grams of protein. Because we started our day with an AdvoCare Meal Replacement Drink (only 220 calories and 24 grams of protein), this fit quite wonderfully into our healthy eating plan. Give this recipe a try. It is healthy, and it is DELICIOUS! Come back next week and Listen To My Brain Rattle!