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I make this slow cooker crustless pizza regularly. This weekend, I made it with ground turkey instead of sausage or beef, but I mixed in some mushrooms to improve the taste/texture. It worked out well and was lower cal and a bit lighter.

https://www.recipesthatcrock.com/crock-pot-crustless-pizza/

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I make this slow cooker crustless pizza regularly. This weekend, I made it with ground turkey instead of sausage or beef, but I mixed in some mushrooms to improve the taste/texture. It worked out well and was lower cal and a bit lighter.
https://www.recipesthatcrock.com/crock-pot-crustless-pizza/


Ummmm YUM! Thanks for sharing! Totally gonna make this this week


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It's been 10 months since my surgery and I will l not touch pizza. Sometimes if my family has pizza I'll just eat some of the cheese off a piece. Pizza is not my friend. Looks good tho!

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The Crock Pot pizza is also pretty cheap to make, at least compared to the specialized crust or frozen options.

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I make this slow cooker crustless pizza regularly. This weekend, I made it with ground turkey instead of sausage or beef, but I mixed in some mushrooms to improve the taste/texture. It worked out well and was lower cal and a bit lighter.
https://www.recipesthatcrock.com/crock-pot-crustless-pizza/

Thanks for the recipe. I’m def going to try this, especially like that there’s no crust. [emoji487]


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It's been 10 months since my surgery and I will l not touch pizza. Sometimes if my family has pizza I'll just eat some of the cheese off a piece. Pizza is not my friend. Looks good tho!

I'm over it now LOL


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That pizza casserole looks delicious! We are going to try it next week with ground turkey instead of beef.

Ive also noticed that I’m able to eat a homemade personal pizza with a low-carb crust just fine and, when dining out, a cracker crust will do me nicely.

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Can someone with the recipes start a new thread, maybe pizza alternatives ?so that the community can have access, someone may skip this one because of the name and that's unfortunate because the alternate recipes are amazing
Thanks


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On 3/7/2018 at 12:08 AM, BINABINA25 said:

How many weeks out before you were able to eat pizza...btw that looks delicious. I'm 6 weeks post op

I ate pizza and anything else I could tolerate starting about 2 weeks post op. I ate cheese and crackers, pizza, fried chicken, and you name it. It may have only been 2 bites that I chewed forever, but if I wanted it I ate it. I still do that now. I have to watch how much I eat and I have to pay attention to Protein intake but I never damaged my sleeve, "stretched" it, caused a tear or hole in my sleeve, and I did just fine.

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I also make a super easy pizza using a small non-stick omelet pan.

Real Pan Pizza

Makes 2-4 servings

1 to 2 oz part skim mozzarella, grated (or reduced fat grated cheese)

1/8c low carb/sugar marinara

favorite toppings

Parmesan cheese

Red pepper flakes

Don't grease your omelet pan but make sure it's non-stick.

Loosely sprinkle in about 1 to 2oz freshly grated mozzarella cheese. Heat over medium high heat. When it starts to melt, sprinkle on granulated garlic and dried basil/oregano or Italian blend spices. Top with your favorite toppings and dot with about 1/8c of the lowest carb marinara possible.

Cover pan with a lid, reduce heat to med low and let everything cook 3-5 minutes. Gently lift an edge of the cheese up. It should be dark brown! If it is. Remove lid. Remove from heat and let it sit for a minute. Slide pizza onto plate. Blot extra grease. Top with Parmesan and red pepper flakes. Cut and enjoy!

The cheese makes its own crust. It's super quick/easy. Just don't stir it around or play with it while it's cooking. Part skim mozz works best for this cuz it's lower in fat. But cheddar will also work for taco pizzas, you just have to blot it more, cuz it will swim in fat--unless you use reduced fat cheeses by maybe Sargento?

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The cauliflower crust one from Trader Joe’s is actually pretty good! My kids didn’t even notice when I gave them some. Satisfied that pizza goodness!


Sleeved 8/7/17 HW: 256 SW: 248
CW: 188 on 3/7/18 5'7" GW: 150


Be careful and read the label!!! I was surprised how many carbs are in the TJ Cauliflower crust! They add corn flour, corn starch and potato starch! Most of the home made recipies have just cauliflower and cheese, so far lower in carbs

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51 minutes ago, brookelynzoo said:


Saw this today tooIMG_4854.JPG

I’ve made the fathead pizza easily about 20 times in the last couple of years while I was on keto. Can honestly say this tastes even better than original bread crust and it’s extremely filling. Highly recommend. Haven’t tried it yet after WLS, will wait until at least 6 months to make it again because it is higher in fat.

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