KETO Friendly/ Lunch

Cauliflower Lunch Pizza…just wait and see.

I’m loving all the KETO ideas to help cut down on those carbs! This pizza crust by CaliflourFoods.com is the second product of theirs I’ve tried and it’s a winner, too! Their flatbread was the first. Ok, this was my first try and I had to use the ingredients that were in the fridge but still…so good! Now, mind you, this is not a thick, doughy crust…but more of a very thin and tasty crust that doesn’t leave you feeling full and sluggish. And the crust has only 1.5 Net Carb a serving vs. 20 Net Carbs in a regular piece of pizza crust. There are only 6 Net Carbs in this whole 8″ crust.

Cauliflower Lunch Pizza...just wait and see.

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By leslie Serves: 4
Prep Time: 5 minutes Cooking Time: 9-15 minutes

This is the perfect quick fix for lunch and you can basically use anything you have handy in the fridge to top it with and it will be different each time. Their website also has pictures of ideas from their customers if you scroll down to Cali'flour Community.

Ingredients

  • One 8" round CaliFlourFoods.com. This one is the Sweet Red Pepper.
  • 1/4 cup Pasta Sauce. Any kind will do...I used Classico Tomato Basil.
  • 1/4 cup shredded cheese
  • Topped it with Turkey Pepperoni...next time I'll use the real stuff!
  • 1/4 Avocado

Instructions

1

Place the frozen cauliflower crust on the silver screen (if you purchased that with the crusts) or a non-stick pan works fine.

2

The directions on the packaging say to heat the cauliflower crust in the oven for 10-12 minutes @ 350F. Ovens may vary though and mine does. 9 or 10 minutes is what I will heat mine on from now on, as the edges burnt just a touch. Just keep checking.

3

Let cool for 5 minutes and then put on toppings.

4

Microwave for 1 minute OR put back in the oven for 5 minutes or until cheese is melted.

Nutrition

  • 360 Calories
  • 4.5g Carbohydrates
  • 23.5g Fat
  • 23g Protein

Notes

*Nutrition information is provided as a courtesy only and should be construed as an estimate rather than a guarantee.” *Carbohydrates are NET Carbs unless the Fiber is listed. If the Fiber is listed, subtract it from the Carb count and you’ll get the NET Carbs.

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