This Loaded Skinny Taco Flatbread Pizza is an easy, low-carb, and healthier version of the takeout taco pizza that we all known and love. Loaded with refried black beans, lean ground beef, colby jack cheese, and all the best fixings!
Course Appetizer, Main Dish
Prep Time 20 minutesminutes
Cook Time 6 minutesminutes
Total Time 26 minutesminutes
Author Samantha Buckner
2Rustic White Flatout Artisan Thin Pizza Crustsor your favorite premade thin-crust pizza
1/3cuprefried black beans
1/2cupshredded colby jack cheeseor favorite cheese
Toppings: (optional, not calculated - use your favorites!)
1/4cup2% plain greek yogurtor sour cream
1/4cupmild hot sauceoptional
crushed red pepper flakesoptional
salt and pepperto taste
Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. Place two flatbreads onto a baking sheet and bake for 2 minutes (according to package). Remove and set aside.
Mix together the seasonings for the Homemade Taco Seasoning - if making
Place a large nonstick pan over medium heat with olive oil. Once heated, add the lean ground beef - breaking into chunks with a wooden spoon or spatula as its cooking. Add the taco seasoning, stir to combine and allow to cook 4-5 minutes.
Add the minced garlic and stir well to combine. Allow to cook 1-2 additional minutes or until the beef is cooked through.
While the beef is cooking, prepare the toppings. Once everything is done it's time to layer.
Using a spoon, smooth out a layer of the refried black beans over both flatbreads from edge to edge. Top with the cooked ground beef and cheese.
Place into the oven to bake for 3-4 additional minutes, or until the cheese has melted.
Garnish with prepared toppings listed above or toppings of choice.
If you cannot find the Flatout brand of Artisan Thin Pizza Crust (used Rustic White), you can order them off of Amazon or use your favorite wrap or thin pizza crust.Toppings listed are optional and not calculated into the nutrition breakdown. This is because the toppings are going to be different per person. So have a ball topping yours!*You can find canned mild green chiles in the same aisle you find the rest of the taco fixings. It will give the taco meat a little heat, but nothing that will leave your mouth on fire. You can omit or go for the hotter green chiles. Your preference!You can use my Homemade Taco Seasoning recipe, store bought, or your own!