All that extra excersize doesn't mean you can eat whatever you want and still expect to lose weight. I know, I tried that route. It doesn't work.
So with the advice of my doctor, and nutritionist, and mind you I am NOT offering up medical advice, just telling you what is working for me.
I don't know about you, But I LOVE Pizza. Particularly ham, pineapple, red onion, and bell pepper. If I can add sun dried tomatoes all the better! But that tends to be heavy in carbs and fat. So I worked up a recipe that is hard to beat that can be done in a Coleman camp oven. (I'd love to do the cauliflower crust but the camp oven doesn't get hot enough...).
What equipment will you need?
- Dual burner camp stove. I use a Coleman 424 Dual fuel.
- Fuel for your stove. If using liquid fuel a funnel / filter for that fuel as well. If using propane, make sure your stove is compatible with your fuel source. I.E. the Brinkmann 2 burner stainless steel camp stove will be overpressured and damaged bu connecting to a 20lb cylinder. Use only the green small cylinders.
- Coleman Camp Oven. There are others, I use the Coleman because, well I have it, and like the way it works.
- Aluminum Foil.
- Hot pad for removing / adding to the oven.
- Mixing bowl.
- Cutlery, serviceware etc...
- Whole wheat tortillas
- Canned tomato sauce. 8oz
- Garlic powder
- Italian Seasoning.
- 1/2 cup of 50/50 mix of 2% shredded Mozerella 2% shredded medium cheddar.
- Toppings of your choice.We use...
- Italian sausage crumbles pre cooked.
- Sun Dried tomatoes
- Red Onion slices
- Bell Pepper slices
- chunk pineapple
- sliced cooked ham or better yet, Canadian Bacon if you can get it.
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The camp stove we use mostly is our Coleman 424 Dual Fuel. It is far more fuel efficient than a propane stove and shares a common fuel with our vehicles (regular unleaded gasoline).