Years ago I learned to fry Provolone cheese when I was eating vegetarian. It cooks up as a great Bacon substitute...
so does Mozarella (Swiss and Farmer's Cheese do not fry well). When the milk-fat is cooked off, you're left with a golden brown, flavorful, crispy treat. It occurred to me that I could build a reverse pizza on a Provolone or Mozarella base and it was definitely a winner.
My calorie estimates for the crust plus toppings is 150 using an app on my smartphone to calculate, but I'm not a nutritionist, or mathematician, so don't hold me to that. Instead, try it and see if you like it.
2 slices Provolone or Mozzarella (mine was 1.75 ounces, about 140 calories)
Fry up the Provolone in a small skillet. When it is golden brown around the edges and lifts easily off the surface, flip and slightly brown the second side.
Add: Nomato sauce (I like to use chili flavored)
Bundle your toppings with a little garlic powder and touch of salt (you don't need too much, the cheese is salty enough) and nuke them for a minute or use fresh
This is topped with spinach, mushrooms, artichoke hearts