Here are some facts about Ragu Pizza Sauce that you might not know:
#1: Ragu Pizza Sauce is 100% all natural and contains no additives, preservatives, or other bad ingredients that I avoid.
#2: Every 2 servings of the pizza sauce is equivalent to 1/2 a serving of vegetables.
#3: A quarter of a cup (which is a lot for sauce) is only 30 calories, 1 gram of fat, 1 gram of fiber, and 1 gram of protein (so it is very balanced). This means one serving is 0 weight watchers points (yep, a delicious "free" food), and two servings (half a cup) are 1 WW point. You can weigh out an exact serving on a great food scale.
#4: Ragu pizza sauce is really different in taste from most tomato sauces. It has the right amount of pizza flavor, and tastes just like you'd expect pizza sauce to taste at a restaurant.
So, I haven't come up with a super creative way to use the pizza sauce beyond the obvious (aka making pizza), although sometimes I will add a tablespoon to tomato-based spaghetti sauce to give it some added flavor, or I'll use it as a dip with vegetables or various other foods like low calorie pizza pretzels (that taste just like thick pizza crust).
If you want to use Ragu sauce to make low calorie pizza, you can do so on low calorie english muffins, whole wheat pita, or on low calorie whole wheat tortillas.
If you have a super creative way that you use pizza sauce (especially Ragu), I'd love to hear it!