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{Dinner for One} Rainbow Chard Tortilla Pizza

I really hope this recipe doesn’t scare you off. I know that it’s a little…different. It is honestly so delicious…I was hooked on it for days when my husband was out of town and I was dining alone in the evenings. Well, I wasn’t exactly alone, but when it’s just me and the kids, the kids are pretty happy with a bowl of buttered noodles and veggies while I am usually looking for something a little more exciting.

This tortilla pizza was exciting.

It was a random put together. I had sauteed some rainbow chard (oh how I love rainbow chard!!!) in a little olive oil and Aleppo pepper…and needed to eat it with something. I had some homemade salsa in the fridge, and the rest just happened. It was a building process…the beans and Ezekiel tortilla were my protein, the greens my super veggie, and the salsa was the flavor.

I can seriously eat like this everyday.

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Rainbow Chard Tortilla Pizza



  1. Pre-heat oven or toaster oven to 400.
  2. Take your defrosted Ezekiel tortilla and place on baking sheet (tip: to keep bottom of tortilla crisp and to avoid getting too soggy, I preheat baking sheet with the oven so that it's already hot when the tortilla hits it). Spread thin layer of salsa on tortilla then top with thinly sliced red onion, sauteed rainbow chard and pinto beans.
  3. Bake in oven for about 5-7 minutes or until tortilla is crisp and slightly browned. Take out and let cool. Drizzle salsa over top, slice and serve (to yourself).

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29 comments on “{Dinner for One} Rainbow Chard Tortilla Pizza”

  1. as mush as i’m not in love with rainbow chard this does sound really good right now! and would work with other greens – even better 🙂 yum!

  2. Different or not….it looks delicious!

  3. I think it looks delicious! You make me want to eat more more healthfully. 🙂

  4. Oh no, this recipe isn’t scaring me off at all. Actually, it looks pretty darn good to me. It looks as though it’s packed with flavor (and nutrients).

  5. I could seriously set up camp on that pizza and eat my way to a perfect life.

  6. You seriously make eating healthy look SO good. I need to follow your example a little better!!

  7. I love using tortillas for pizza, they’re so yummy. I usually end up folding them over into a sandwich, lol. Love your Mexican toppings, sounds good.

  8. Looks so good! No one in my house would eat that either so i can make one and have it all to myself!

  9. Mmmm, this looks fabulous! I love making personal tortilla pizzas – I’ve been on kick for them lately.

  10. I love simple recipes like this.. Looks so delicious and nutritious too 🙂

  11. Great dinner for one!! I will remember this for joshs next trip!!

  12. I could eat this every night for dinner!

  13. A great combination! I like your creativity!

  14. Wow, does this look great! We would like to share this on our Facebook page and link so readers can come here and see the recipe and your lovely photos. We invite you to come LIKE our page if you wish
    We <3 chard!
    We also just fell in love with Penzey's Aleppo Pepper, too! Serendipity…
    –Dorothy, for Cut `n Clean Greens

  15. this sounds fabulous to me! I love making meals for one like this when my hubby is out of town or at class late!

  16. This tortilla swiss chard and pinto combination does look good and with the hot pepper. I have rainbow swiss chard coming up in my garden right now, I think here in Florida it might be a fall veggie. I sure hope so.

  17. Love the idea of making pizza out of a tortilla. I’ll have to look for the rainbow chard.

  18. Love this ideas! looks great! Miss you girl!

  19. What a creative spin on pizza! I bet it tastes delicious and I imagine its a good source of fiber with all of those fabulous ingredients you used. Another wonderful recipe to add to my “to cook” list.

  20. Lovely pizza!! It looks very yummy. It is a recipe i would love to try soon. Thanks Aggie 🙂

  21. This pizza looks so nice, colourful and tasty.
    Greetings from Chile.

  22. First, this looks so good. Very creative. I wish I could bring the wine and we could share this. Second, your photography is rockin’! So Good!!!!

  23. This is right up my alley! I love Ezekiel tortillas, etc. I am kind of addicted to their English muffins lately…

  24. Sounds good to me! But I like just about everything “different” 🙂

  25. I love love love rainbow chard and am always looking for new recipes….this one looks like a winner!

  26. That is a pizza I could eat every day too! Although I know some people don’t like swiss chard, it happens to be one of my favorites – I love the rainbow chard best of all – so naturally beautiful.

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