The saying may be, “As American as apple pie,” but it would be more accurate now to say, “As American as pizza pie.” Surveys indicate that it is one of America’s favorite foods to eat, “addictive” in fact, and it could even be argued that pizza has become something of a national food. It’s all in how you choose to order it! Restaurants like U.S. Pizza Co., with locations throughout Arkansas, have answered the demand from young and old, coast to coast, by making pizza an art form! Since U.S. Pizza Co. first opened in 1972, they’ve been making their famous thin crust pizza from scratch when you order it to ensure the best quality with the hottest, freshest flavor.
You may think that pizza would be a “no-go” as a dietitian-recommended Healthy Dining choice, but think again. Pizza restaurants like U.S. Pizza Co. not only make some of the most tempting pies around, but they also prove just how good Healthy Dining choices can be when you know how to order them. Next time you’re in the area, try one of these dietitian picks at U.S. Pizza Co.
Vegetable Medley Pizza on Gluten Free Crust (2 slices)
Surveys indicate that so many of us are now looking for ways to add more fruits and veggies to our diets. We’d like to recommend this pizza as a hard-to-resist, totally delicious way of doing just that. This pizza is loaded with fresh spinach, mushrooms, spicy tomatoes, chopped onions, and bell peppers finished with the house red pizza sauce and fresh mozzarella, feta, and Parmesan cheese. U.S. Pizza Co. even serves this up on their gluten-free crust.
½ Turkey, Swiss, Bacon & Guacamole Sandwich
Not in the mood for a tempting pizza? U.S. Pizza Co. has equally tempting sandwiches handpicked by dietitians to boost your diet with lean protein, veggies and whole grains plus a healthy dose of flavor. This Turkey, Swiss, Bacon and Guacamole Sandwich is a toasted wheat hoagie baked and then topped with oven-roasted turkey, bacon and melted Swiss cheese. It’s then finished with Romaine lettuce, sliced tomatoes and fresh guacamole.
Don’t avoid pizza in the name of health. Instead, embrace healthier, dietitian-recommended versions like these. Find these and more on the U.S. Pizza Co. HealthyDiningFinder featured page.