Occasionally I'll make a meal that might not be low fat, but it isn't processed either-meaning I quickly recognized the ingredients in everything I was using to cook with. That's a quick "test" I do a lot-First, see how many ingredients are in something (the less the better), and also see if I know what they are.
Flatbread Pizza-found here: Our Best Bites: Flatbread Pizza (the "I" in the paragraph below is one of the lovely ladies from Our Best Bites)
Naan or other flat bread
Alfredo sauce (either store bought from a jar or home made, but you only need a tiny bit)
Fresh baby spinach leaves
Cooked chicken, rotisserie chicken, fauxtisserie chicken, pre-cooked frozen strips, baked, etc.
Layer the above ingredients on flatbread and cook in a 400 degree oven for about 10 minutes. Slice and serve!
*I actually have been meaning to do a whole post on the different methods of caramelizing onions, because there are a few ways to do it. But for right here and now, if you’ve never done it before, just thinly slice onions and saute them in a skillet on med-low heat with a couple of pats of butter. After about 15 minutes when they’re nice and soft add a sprinkle of sugar (either brown or white) if you want to enhance the sweetness. Continue cooking until they’re caramel colored. It can take 20-30 minutes depending on the heat of your pan and the thickness of the onion. You could make them ahead of time and just store them in the fridge.