Fit mum-of-five reveals her healthy pizza that has 639 fewer calories than a Domino’s option – and it looks TASTIER than the original
- Aussie personal trainer Chontel Duncan posted a photo online of two pizzas
- While the pizzas look identical, one contains double the amount of calories
- The bought pizza had 1354 calories and the homemade version had 713 calories
- ‘A little effort goes a long way, and tastes way better!’ Chontel wrote online
An Australian personal trainer and mum-of-five has shared a photo showing the difference in calories between a Domino’s and her own homemade pizza.
Chontel Duncan, 32, from Brisbane, said the homemade version had nearly half the amount of calories as the bought version, making it a much healthier option.
While the two meals looked similar, the takeaway cheese pizza contained 1354 calories and the homemade family-size vegetarian alternative contained just 713 calories – a difference of 639.
‘A little effort goes a long way, and tastes way better!’ Chontel wrote on Instagram.
‘You could almost have TWO of my pizzas to match the same calories as the take-away pizza.’
Australian fitness coach and mum Chontel Duncan (pictured) has shared an image showing the difference in calories between takeaway and homemade pizza.
While the two meals looked similar, the takeaway cheese pizza contained 1354 calories, while the homemade family-size vegetarian cheese alternative contained just 713 calories – a difference of 639
The recommended daily calorie intake is 2,000 calories a day for women and 2,500 for men, meaning the takeaway pizza would’ve been more than half of someone’s calories.
To make the meal, Chontel used 70g of grated Bega cheese, 50g of reduced sugar Foundation BBQ sauce, diced onion, garlic, basil, capsicum, mushroom, zucchini and shallots, and seasoned with salt and pepper.
The ingredients were topped onto a high protein pizza base then cooked in the oven.
But although there’s a drastic difference in the number of calories, some people online argued takeaway meals are a quick dinner option.
‘Ok so what your saying is I need to stop being lazy lol takeaway night for me is the fact that I don’t have to cook/prepare anything for all the fussy members of my family,’ one mum wrote in the comments.
Alternatively takeaway Vietnamese, Thai and Chinese food tends to be healthier than pizza and burgers.
‘A little effort goes a long way, and tastes way better!’ Chontel wrote on Instagram
Chontel and her husband Sam (right) have five children together and met in high school
Also in the comments other Instagram users praised Chontel for pointing out the difference between the two.
‘You cannot even tell the difference! It looks very yummy!’ one person wrote.
‘Love making homemade pizzas with my son!’ another added, and a third wrote: ‘Homemade will be 1000 x yummier too!’