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Pizza You Can Feel Good About Eating

By Rebecca Joerres, January 1, 2013  |  Meet the Blogger  |  More Posts by Rebecca Joerres

Chef Chad Sarno and our friends at Engine 2 developed this healthy-like-you’ve-never-had-it-before-pizza recipe so you can kick off the New Year eating Engine 2 style.

Veggies soaked in a rich marinade made with Engine 2 Plant-Strong™ Hummus — and then grilled — make a superb topping for these tasty tortilla pizzas.

Eating Engine 2 style means boosting the amount of plant-based foods in your daily diet. When you fill your belly with whole, minimally processed foods you’re eating plant-strong — and that’s the secret to taking control of your health. Engine 2 to the rescue!

Plus, eating healthy is now easier than ever with Engine 2 Plant-Strong products like the delicious roasted red pepper hummus used in this recipe. Engine 2 partnered with nature’s best and brightest foods to create tasty, healthy, easy-to-prepare meals so you can eat plant-strong all day long — even when you’re short on time.

How will you add healthy twists to your old favorites in the New Year?





Kendra Grice-Brunson says ...
Thanks for sharing such simple but neccessary. Changes for every day living.
01/02/2013 3:55:10 PM CST
I look forward to your posts and use the receipes.
01/03/2013 9:34:54 AM CST
Dr. Princess says ...
Do any of the Whole Foods Market sell eggs from free range chickens? I live in Westchester, just west of Chicago, am a vegan, but really, really would like to eat eggs. Or possibly a farm that is close enough where I could drive in a short time [I am a senior & cannot drive long distances] I appreciate any assistance. Thank you.
01/03/2013 4:03:40 PM CST
cedric says ...
looks gooooooooood!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
01/04/2013 12:03:03 PM CST
Nikki - Community Moderator says ...
@DR. PRINCESS - Thanks for your comment. While the products vary in each store, most of our locations should carry a free-range egg option. You can find a list of our stores at http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/stores/list to check with your local store!
01/04/2013 5:39:57 PM CST
Lainie says ...
Looks good! I'm gonna try it this weekend!
01/09/2013 12:36:30 PM CST
Britton says ...
I had the specialty pizza yesterday in the Tribeca location Pesto, arugula and smoked gouda cheese amazing! - Please make it everyday!
01/11/2013 11:10:29 AM CST
AB says ...
@Dr. Princess, I'm surprised that as a vegan, you think buying "free range eggs" solves the problem. Perhaps the chickens have freedom to move, but the male baby chicks will still be disposed of for their uselessness and the hens will still be slaughtered after their egg production declines. Free range doesn't stop any of that.
01/12/2013 1:04:29 PM CST
Susan Weideli says ...
Could you provide the calorie count of your prepared food on your website? I was trying to get the calories of the Tuna Wrap Sandwich made with Cranberries and used an App on my I phone called restaurants. There is only a calorie count for Tuna Salad at 260 colories. I am sure that does not take into account for the Wrap. Please add this information if possible so I can track this. Thanks Susan Weideli PS The store in Vauxhall is wonderful we can use one in the Bridgewater area. !
01/14/2013 2:54:16 PM CST
Nikki - Community Moderator says ...
@SUSAN - Each of our regional and in-store chefs develops hundreds of recipes, often based on local and seasonal ingredients, and the data analysis necessary to create nutrition labels is not always possible. If there are specific dishes you are interested in, your local store may be able to help. If information is available for a specific dish it will be available in the Prepared Foods department. They also have nutritional information for many bakery products available in the Bakery department. To locate your nearest store please visit: http://wholefoodsmarket.com/stores/list
01/15/2013 4:47:32 PM CST
Youvan says ...
This sounds most appetizing!
01/17/2013 12:30:21 PM CST
Marisa Procopio says ...
Looks incredible! I want to try roasted pureed butternut squash as a base and then add fresh ricotta or mozzarella plus a little prosciutto or Canadian bacon :) mcproco.wordpress.com
01/31/2013 8:36:09 PM CST