Caramelised and Red Onion Goat’s Cheese Pizza – 12sp

I love a good pizza and one of my favourite toppings is a lovely little bit of goat’s cheese so when I found out about the ‘hole in the middle’ pizza at Pizza Express for only 14pp I was delighted.  Having finished however I was left a little disappointed as the ‘hole’ was just that bit too big and the toppings to0 sparse and I just didn’t feel full enough to give it 14 of my daily points. Looking at it however, made me realise that it would most likely be rather easy to make at home for less points, without a hole and more flavour so I gave it a whirl and it really was!



Serves 2 = 12sp each

2 x Warburton’s Square Wraps

2 x tbsp tomato puree

Sprinkle of fresh or dried thyme

2 x red onions, thinly sliced

2 x tsp light muscovado sugar

1 x tbsp balsamic vinegar

80g goat’s cheese, crumbled

Bag of rocket

A Few shavings of parmesan


Pop your red onions in a frying pan and fry on a medium heat for 10 minutes, then add the muscovado sugar and balsamic vinegar and fry for another 5 minutes adding a splash of water where necessary to keep the onions nice and glossy.

Preheat your oven to 200 degrees. Next pop some baking paper onto an oven tray and place on your square wraps. Spread one tbsp of tomato puree onto each using the back of a tbsp and leave a little of the edge exposed. Top the tomato puree with a light sprinkling of thyme. Divide your caramelised red onion mixture between both wraps and evenly distribute the crumbled goat’s cheese. Season with salt and pepper and pop in the oven for 10-12 minutes.

Once cooked, take out the oven, pop on a plate, top with your rocket splashed with a little balsamic and a few parmesan shavings.


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4 thoughts on “Caramelised and Red Onion Goat’s Cheese Pizza – 12sp

  1. Brittany Masters says:

    Unfortunately we can’t get Warburton’s wraps in New Zealand, but there is a company called Mountain Bread that makes square wraps for only 2 points each (I think they’re also available in the UK). According to the WW calculator, it means each pizza would be only 9 points each – what a saving! I look forward to making them tonight.

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