Healthy Tortilla Pizza

I thought for my first post of the year I would do something healthy for all of you reading that might be sticking to your new year’s resolutions! I’ve started some of my resolutions already; I want to donate blood three times this year, and I donated a few days ago, so there’s the ball rolling on that! If you live in the UK and fancy giving blood just go to the website and sign up. I try not to make new years plans to get healthy or stop swearing as it just disheartens me when I inevitably fail, so lots of my plans are positive goals such as to go travelling, or make progress with my journalism career, so watch this space! If you have any great resolutions let me know in the comments below and we can encourage each other. :)

This recipe is justΒ a really simple one that can be done after work if you have barely any time. I’ve been starting my PMA diploma at the Press Association for the last three day, andΒ I feel like I have no time in the evening to cook healthy food, so this is a snapshot of the sort of thing I eat when I’m pressed for time.Β I hope you like it!

Tortilla Pizza

Tortilla Pizza


One flour tortilla, preferably wholemeal if you’re trying to be a health machine

One tablespoon of tomato puree

Half a teaspoon of dried basil

Any toppings you fancy, I chose kidney beans for protein, as well as peppers and sweetcorn

A sprinkling of cheese if you fancy it


  1. Preheat the oven to 180 degrees Celsius. Smooth the tomato puree onto the tortilla and evenly sprinkle the chosen toppings on top. Drizzle a little olive oil over the pizza along with the basil.
  2. Cook the pizza for about 10 minutes, making sure it doesn’t burn around the edges like mine did!

Serves one


4 thoughts on “Healthy Tortilla Pizza

  1. one of my achievable resolutions is to read the lord of the rings trilogy. it’s supposed to be amazing?? I haven’t done that yet but i’ve gotten into reading again (which fell behind due to my gcse revision) and i’m feeling very positive about this year! i’d donate blood but i’m mildly anemic and i wouldn’t want to get all weak again haha. good luck and a great blog, btw :) x

    • That’s a great resolution, I’m desperate to read it… In fact, I can’t believe I’ve finished an English degree and not managed to yet! Have an amazing year, and don’t worry too much about the blood thing, I donated when I was younger and keeled right over, I think it might be best to leave it for a few years :) xxx

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