Email This Post HomeProduct ReviewsTiny Pizzas… and Some Wine…Easy Tortilla Pizzas Amy Vansant April 22, 2010 Product Reviews 5 Comments ..make me feel happy… make me feel fine… Once again I share with you some lazy, clean-out-the-fridge Kitchen MacGyver ideas for dinner! We had a refrigerator full of leftovers, but nothing was anything we really wanted to revisit in earnest. So here’s what we did: 1. We had 4 little tortillas sitting around. Took them out and put them on a cookie tray 2. Had some cheese (some fat free/2% deli slices and some almost empty bags of shredded cheese leftover from other lunches/recipes) 3. Tortilla #1 got a couple of slices of fat free cheddar, and a spread of leftover deer meat sloppy joes I’d made the night before and a couple shots of hot sauce. 4. Tortilla #2 got a drizzle of olive oil, some shredded mozzerella, left over chicken, a shake of garlic powder, a shake of Italian Seasonings, salt and pepper. 5. Tortilla #3 got a drizzle of olive oil, two pieces of provolone, a slice of fat free cheddar, a shake of parmesan and a scattering of turkey pepperoni slices we had hanging about. 6. Tortilla #4 got a smear of spicy mustard, two slices of provolone and 4 slices of salami. 7. Threw it all in the oven at 300 degrees for about 10 minutes to melt all the cheese… Viola! We had four unique little tortilla pizzas which we cut into 4 slices each and ate tapas-like for dinner. We thought we’d still be hungry afterward but they proved pretty filling when all was said and done. An Italian Pinot Grigio went well – we generally don’t drink white but the weather had been so summery it was time to break out the cold stuff! Bonus – got rid of the leftover sloppy joe, chicken, and mostly empty bags of cheese. Moral of the story: I know I didn’t invent the tortilla pizza – it is sort of a no-brainer – but it is an easy trick to forget. Bottom line: As long as you have some cheese and tortillas around, you can always whip together some sort of meal – and quite possibly use up some leftovers that have proved less than appealing otherwise. Note: If you’re not a regular tortilla buyer, and you’re trying to watch your weight, check the calorie count on them when you are choosing a brand. The calories on even small tortillas can range wildly from 90 to 220 calories each. About Latest Posts Amy VansantAmy Vansant is a USA Today and Wall Street Journal Best-Selling author specializing in fun, funny fiction --- even the murder mysteries. Latest posts by Amy Vansant (see all) Two Big Favors (YOU can get me on TV), Giveaways and Deals - January 22, 2020 A Free Book, a New Release, 2 99c Books…Giveaway and Deals - January 14, 2020 How’d you like to read a Pineapple Port screenplay? Cozy giveaway and deals… - January 11, 2020 5 Responses Mario Batalli April 22, 2010 Has Iron Chef America contacted you yet? 0 likes Reply Amy Vansant April 22, 2010 Ah Molto Mario – how could I compete with you? 🙂 0 likes Reply Peanut April 23, 2010 Hoity toity….slum with tortilla pizzas yet critique the wine 0 likes Reply Amy Vansant April 24, 2010 We have wine with breakfast cereal so it wasn’t really a stretch… 0 likes Reply The Bus April 23, 2010 Hey Kitch! BIG FAN! 0 likes Reply Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Add me to Amy Vansant's Humor Newsletter!