Has anyone ever heard of this? What do you think?


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Only on here, I've heard of them. Guess they're pretty good if they're being sold. Pretty pricey for tiny pizzas though. I think I'd make my own (the crust is made of chicken and parmesan cheese).

2 cases (12 pizzas) = $5.99 per pizza ($71.88 total)

  • 3 cases (18 pizzas) = $4.99 per Pizza ($89.82 total)
  • 4 cases (24 pizzas) = $4.50 per Pizza ($108.00 total)
  • Order 5 or more cases = $4.25 per Pizza

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I make crust by mixing one egg and 1/4 cup of cheese. I crisp it up in a pan then add toppings as desired. It is a GREAT option!


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I make cauliflower crust! Lots of recipies for that if you search on here!


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Google Fat Head Pizza...it will give you a recipe for a low carb, cheese based crust. One of the better substitutes I've found.

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I did try a Real Good pizza after reading rave reviews. Although it was pricey it was still cheaper than a typical fast food meal. The crust did not appeal to me, perhaps an individual taste. Ended up discarding the rest. The cheese crusts I see listed here sound much better to me.


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Only on here, I've heard of them. Guess they're pretty good if they're being sold. Pretty pricey for tiny pizzas though. I think I'd make my own (the crust is made of chicken and parmesan cheese).
2 cases (12 pizzas) = $5.99 per pizza ($71.88 total)
  • 3 cases (18 pizzas) = $4.99 per Pizza ($89.82 total)
  • 4 cases (24 pizzas) = $4.50 per Pizza ($108.00 total)
  • Order 5 or more cases = $4.25 per Pizza

I thought they were expensive too. I just had surgery 6 days ago, so I am nowhere near ready for this stage, but I guess I'm just looking ahead lol. I heard Trader Joes has an already made cauliflower crust thats good, maybe that's a better option.

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