Low Carb Pizza Recipe

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Sometimes you have to come up with substitutes or alternatives to help curb your cravings. Pizza is a food many people enjoy eating because it’s filling so it leaves your hunger satisfied and it’s easy to eat on game day, while multi-tasking, or whatever the case may be really. Because of that we wanted to share this low carb pizza recipe that we have come up with. The best thing about this pizza recipe is you don’t have to feel guilty about eating it because 1 pizza clocks in at only 228 calories and with 22g of protein!

The pop culture superhero fans have really enjoyed making the low carb pizza because now they can workout like the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and eat pizza like them too! (Other people can enjoy the pizza too even if you don’t know who the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are.)

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***The pictured pizza is slightly different than the recipe as this was a change to the ingredients because of macronutrients and preferences for this particular day.***

Ingredients for crust (makes 2 pizzas):

240g Egg Whites

28g Coconut Flour

Sea Salt

Garlic Powder

21 Seasoning Salute (from Trader Joe’s)

Directions:

1.) Add ingredients into a bowl and whisk together till smooth. This will take 60-90 seconds

2.) Preheat stove top pan on 6/10 heat. Once preheated, spray with non stick cooking spray and add half your batter to the middle of the pan.

3.) Pick up the pan and do a circular motion forming the shape of your crust by doing do. Add cover on top of pan and cook for 5 minutes.

4.) After 5 minutes, spray top of crust with non stick cooking spray and then flip it over. Cook on that side for another 5 minutes.

5.) Once done, repeat this process with the rest of your batter. Now you can add your toppings and cook in the air fryer or the oven. If air fryer, cook on 400 degrees F for 5 minutes If oven, cook on 450 degrees F for 8 minutes.

Remember to check your ingredients for accurate calorie and macronutrient totals. This recipe was based off a recipe we made with ingredients we found locally at our grocery store. You may not have the exact same brand of products available to you which is fine, you can find alternatives and just calculate the nutritional information for the products you are able to obtain.

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