I use Yogurt Cheese as the base, but you could just as easily use low-fat cream cheese, ricotta, or something equally spreadable. Gruyère is my favorite cheese for this pizza, but some sharp cheddar would also work quite well. Customize the pizza to utilize ingredients that you have on hand, and you'll likely develop your own favorite combination of flavors.
Apple Gruyère Thin-Crust Pizza - Makes 1 serving
1 whole wheat tortilla (the fresh ones in the bakery at Whole Foods are my favorite)
2 Tablespoons of yogurt cheese or low-fat cream cheese
Pinch of kosher salt
1/2 medium apple, cut into 1/8- to 1/4-inch slices
3 Tablespoons grated Gruyère (or Sharp Cheddar) cheese
Preheat your broiler on high heat.
1. Spread a layer of yogurt cheese or low fat cream cheese on the tortilla. Sprinkle a pinch of salt over the layer of cheese, and then arrange your apple slices in any combination that looks good. (Sometimes I'm feeling more artsy than others).
2. Transfer the tortilla to a pizza pan if you have one (it makes the crust a bit crispier, which I like), or a large baking pan.
Nutrition facts will vary according to what cheeses and tortillas (and apples, I suppose) you use, so check out your labels.