I'm looking for some help with something very specific.
First off, a bit of backstory.
I LOVE PIZZA. Like...there is really no adequate word for how much I love it. I've always loved it to an unreasonable degree. To the point where people have said to me, "Oh, you're doing WW? I guess you've had to give up pizza then, eh?" and I'm just like "NEEEEEEEVVVVVVAAAAAAAHHHHHHHH!"
Never. I don't ever intend to give it up. And I don't have to! Huzzah!
But I have changed the type of pizza I eat and I don't eat it (that) often. I usually have it once a week. After my weigh-in. And it's not take-out pizza or frozen pizza anymore; I make my own.
Now. During my hiatus from WW, I was making my homemade pizza once a week and just enjoying it without really worrying about the points. Which obviously isn't a good thing, but considering that over two years I've "only" gained back 20 of the 65 pounds I lost...that's not *too* bad.
Anyway. I'm running off at the mouth, as I usually do.
So the thing is: now I'm wanting to count the pizza points! (Even though, the first time I did WW, I always just did a "cheat night" the night of my weigh-in and didn't bother counting anything.)
When I make my pizza, I use a Kraft Pizza Kit (I live in Canada; don't know if they're available in the States.) It's a 850 g box that includes the dry dough mix, a small can of sauce, a packet of parmesan cheese (which I don't use) and a packet of spices of some kind (that I also don't use.) Then I add two slices each of low-fat pepperoni, salami, and ham, and a half cup of skim mozzarella cheese. (I might add that the 850 g box is not just to feed me; there are two other people in the house who eat it. My portion is made in a round 9-inch pan.)
I've calculated the points for the sauce, cheese, and meat. Now I'm stuck because I have no idea how to calculate the points for the dough. And I'm wondering if I should be this exact about it. Should I just ballpark it? Or...should I weigh the portion of prepared dough and go that way?
I R CONFUSED. HALP. *L*