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OATstanding Pizza

Eating healthy can be delicious, just ask CATZneedham coach Andrew Bonnette. Inspired by the CATZ Kitchen Cookbook, Andrew has created his own variation of the OATstanding Pizza. 

If you’re a pizza fanatic like Andrew and I, then this is a great way to enjoy it without feeling guilty. The oat crust gives you a wheat-free, gluten-free alternative to the normal dough.

Enjoy Andrew’s version or create one of your own and email it to Nick to get your version posted on Catzneedham.com



1.5 cups old-fashioned oats (420 cals)

1 whole egg               (65 cals)

1 egg white               (17 cals)

1 TBSP olive oil          (60 cals)

Dash of garlic powder and salt to taste (0 cals)



1/4 cup non-fat plain Greek yogurt (30 cals)

1 TBSP BBQ sauce                   (30 cals)

1 TSP parsley                      (0 cals)

1/2 medium caramelized onion       (23 cals)

1/2 medium sautéed green pepper    (12 cals)

4 OZ cooked lean ground turkey     (120 cals)


1)  Pulse oatmeal in a food processor until flour like.

2)  Add water and pulse until dough forms.

3)  In a large bowl, knead ground oatmeal with eggs, garlic powder, and salt.

4)  Place dough on a baking sheet coated with non-stick spray.

5)  Press dough until flat, then press outward until a thin crust is formed.

6)  Drizzle olive oil over the surface and spread evenly. Bake at 500 degrees for 12 minutes, or until golden brown.

7)  In a pan, cook ground turkey, onions and peppers.

8)  In a small bowl, mix Greek yogurt, BBQ sauce and parsley.


When crust is golden brown, remove from oven and spread the Greek yogurt mixture on top. Place onions, peppers and ground turkey on top. Return to oven for another 6-8 minutes. Remove and let cool before eating.


Serves 2-3

777 Calories


388 cals serving 2

259 cals serving 3


Substitute olive oil, and BBQ sauce for hot sauce to conserve calories.


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