Saturday, April 16, 2005

Bread, Pitas, Pizza, and Dishes with Tortillas

For the South Beach diet, notations after each recipe listing indicate Kalyn's opinion as to which phase of the diet that recipe can be used for.

If you'd like to browse for recipes in this category by photo, you can do that on my Pinterest board for Kalyn's Kitchen Bread, Pitas, Pizza, and Tortillas.





Bread or Dishes Using Bread as an Ingredient;
Choosing the Right Bread for the South Beach Diet (phase 2 or 3)

Sriracha-Pineapple Barbecued Chicken Sandwiches with Easy Guacamole (phase 2 or 3) 

100% White Whole Wheat Bread with Olive Oil (not bread machine) (phase 2 or 3)

Bread Machine Recipe for 100% Whole Wheat Bread with Oats, Bran, and Flax Seed (phase 2 or 3)

Bread Machine Recipe for Whole Wheat Bread with Bulgur Wheat, Oats, Bran, and Flax Seed Meal (phase 2 or 3)

100% Whole Wheat Stuffing "Muffins" with Sausage and Parmesan (phase 2 or 3, a "once in a while treat" if made with butter and reduced fat pork sausage)

Whole Wheat Stuffing with Sage, Italian Sausage, and Pears (phase 2 or 3)

South Beach Friendly Stuffing 2007 - Whole Wheat and Mushroom Stuffing (phase 2 or 3)

White Whole Wheat and Oatmeal Irish Soda Bread (phase 2 or 3)

100% Whole Wheat and Bran Bread (phase 2 or 3)

Farinata with Rosemary and Pepper (Phase 2 or 3)

Agave-Sweetened 100% Whole Wheat Irish Soda Bread (phase 2 or 3)

100% Whole Wheat Brown Soda Bread (phase 2 or 3)


Bread, Muffins, or Crackers made with Almond Flour
Gluten-Free Cheese Crackers with Almond Flour (probably a limited food for any phase, due to the limits on nuts)

Gluten-Free Low-Sugar and Flourless Zucchini Muffins with Pecans (probably a limited food for any phase, due to the limits on nuts)


Bread-Like Dishes made with Chickpea Flour
(Thank you to a reader named Maria who pointed me to page 19 in The South Beach Diet Quick and Easy Cookbook, where it specifies that chickpea flour is not allowed on phase one. I am correcting those entries and apologize for the mistake.)
Socca (Garbanzo or Chickpea Flatbread Pancake from France) (phase 2 or 3)

Farinata with Rosemary and Pepper (Italian Chickpea Flatbread) (phase 2 or 3)

Low-Glycemic and Gluten-Free Chickpea Crisps Appetizer - with or without Za'atar (phase 2 or 3)


Muffins or Quick Breads
Low-Sugar and Whole Wheat Pumpkin Banana Bread (Phase 3, or a "once-in-a-while-treat" for Phase 2.)

Savory Whole Wheat Zucchini Muffins with Feta, Parmesan, and Green Onions (plus 25 more ideas for baking with Zucchini) (phase 2 or 3)

100% Whole Wheat Quick Bread with Za'atar, Feta, Olives, and Green Onions (phase 2 or 3)

Made-from-Scratch Low-Sugar and Whole Wheat Bran Muffins with Apple and Walnuts (phase 2 and 3)

Low-Sugar and Whole Wheat Pumpkin Muffins with Pecans (phase 2 or 3)

Low-Sugar and Whole Wheat Peach Pecan Muffins (phase 2 or 3)

Low-Sugar and Whole Wheat Mango Walnut Muffins (or bread) (phase 2 or 3)

Low-Sugar and Whole Wheat Chocolate Zucchini Bread (phase 2 or 3)

Low-Sugar Whole Wheat and Oatmeal Blueberry Muffins with Lemon (phase 2 or 3)

Low-Sugar and Whole Wheat Zucchini Muffins with Pecans (phase 2 or 3)

Low-Sugar and Whole Wheat Zucchini Bread with Blueberries and Pecans (phase 2 or 3)


Low-Sugar and Whole Wheat Garden Harvest Cake with Zucchini, Apple, and Carrot (phase 2 or 3)


Pitas or Flatbread
Egg Salad in Pita with Green Olives, Green Onions, and Dijon (phase 2 or 3)

Easy Leftover Turkey Pita Sandwiches with Fresh Cranberry Salsa (phase 2 or 3)

Leftover Turkey (or chicken) and Guacamole Quesadilla (phase 2 or 3, great to make with leftover Thanksgiving turkey)

Baked Whole Wheat Flatbread with Olive Oil and Za'atar (phase 2 or 3)

Spicy Avocado in Pita (phase 2 or 3)

Cilantro Salsa Dip Recipe with Pita (phase two or three)

Sun Dried Tomato Pesto or Spread (as pictured with whole wheat pita, phase 2 or 3)

Deviled Ham Spread for Filling Whole Wheat Pita or Celery (phase one for spread alone, phase 2 or 3 with pita)


Pizza
Zucchini-Crust Vegetarian Pizza Margherita (all phases; limit portion size for phase one due to fat content)

Julia Child's Eggplant Pizzas (all phases; this is a "pizza" made on a base of eggplant)

Cauliflower-Crust Vegetarian Pizza with Mushrooms and Olives (limit portion size for Phase One due to fat content)

South Beach Diet Friendly Flatbread Pizza to Make at Home (phase 2 or 3)

Grilled Zucchini Pizza Slices (all phases, this is a "pizza" made with grilled zucchini as the crust)

Kalyn's Version of Tony's Low Carb Pizza (phase 2 or 3)

Low Carb Pizza Revisited (phase 2 or 3)


Dishes with Tortillas
Low-Carb Slow Cooker Green Chile Chicken Tacos with Poblano-Cabbage Slaw (Phase 2 or 3)

Low-Carb Green Chile Chicken Enchilada Casserole (Phase 3 or Phase 2 for an occasional treat) 

Ground Turkey Green Chile Soft Tacos with Black Bean Cilantro Salsa (Phase 2 or 3)

Slow Cooker Spicy Vegetarian Pinto Bean and Chard Burritos (phase 2 or 3; this would be vegan without the cheese)

Baby Kale and Mozzarella Quesadillas with Sriracha-Ranch Dipping Sauce (phase 2 or 3; use light Ranch dressing to make the sauce) 

Slow Cooker Shredded Beef Tacos with Spicy Slaw and Avocado (phase 2 or 3 with whole wheat or low-carb tortillas.) 

Turkey and Guacamole Quesadilla (phase 2 or 3)

Egg Salad and Cheese Quesadillas (phase 2 or 3)

Slow Cooker Sweet Potato and Black Bean Burritos with Lime (phase 2 or 3) 

Easy Guacamole Tostadas (phase 2 or 3)

Mediterranean Tostada with Hummus, Feta, and Kalamata Olives (phase 2 or 3)

Seven Layer Tostadas (phase 2 or 3)

Spicy Beef and Black Bean Soft Tacos with Cucumber, Tomato, and Lime Salsa (phase 2 or 3) 

Chicken Fajitas in the Crockpot (phase 2 or 3 with whole wheat tortillas)

Egg Burritos to Die For (phase 2 or 3)

White Bean and Artichoke Dip with Whole Wheat Tortilla Chips (includes how to make the tortilla chips) (phase 2 or 3)

Gluten-Free and South Beach Diet Friendly Baked Brown Rice Tortilla Chips (phase 2 or 3)



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4 comments:

  1. Hello Kalyn. I'm glad to have found your blog. I'm just starting out on the south beach diet and am concerned about no bread in phase 1. I've found a flax seed meal bread recipe and was wondering if you thought it would be acceptbable for phase 1. It contains, oil, water, artificial sweetener, salt, baking powder, eggs, and flaxseed meal. I think all of the ingrediants are ok, but wasn't sure if baking powder would be acceptable for phase 1. Please let me know what you think! Thanks much.

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  2. Jennylc, I can't really say for sure, but I think flax seed meal would be considered a grain and therefore phase 2. I don't know for sure that I've ever come across it on an ingredient list, but if you've seen it in one of the book listed as phase one it might be okay. I don't think baking powder is an issue.

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  3. Dear Kalyn - I love love love pizza and am searching for a way to make a South Beach dough that tastes like ... pizza. I visited the King Arthur site and saw a flour that I was hoping would work for South Beach (Phase 2 & 3 of course). What do you think about this one:
    "100% Organic All-Purpose Flour
    Milled from hard red winter and spring wheats, this unbleached flour is ideal for all of your baking, from cake, pie, and cookies to yeast bread and pizza. It mirrors the slightly lower protein level of European all-purpose flours, and thus is perfect for baguettes, ciabatta, sourdough, and other artisan hearth breads, as well." Thanks for your help! Jan

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  4. Hi Jan,
    No, all purpose flour won't be South Beach Diet approved. There are recipes out there for white whole wheat pizza crust though. This one is probably good (it's from a good blog):
    http://www.101cookbooks.com/archives/001506.html
    If you skip ...the cornmeal and just dust with white whole wheat flour, that recipe is SBD friendly.

    Or search here for whole wheat pizza crust:
    http://foodblogsearch.com/

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