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"bagel bites" on a chicken and cheese crust. they also make enchiladas and jalepeno poppers with a chicken outside, stuffed with cheese and jalepeno (and other flavors). bosssss. only sold at Walmart or online.20190127_183826.jpeg20190127_183820.jpeg

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I do envy the variety of foods available in USA. I discovered Quest Protein Bars the other week, I quite enjoyed the flavours I have tried so far.

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Here’s a recipe for a crust if you want to try to make your own — you can top it with whatever toppings you like. You might want to adjust for portions. I am pre op for a few more days but I will probably continue to make this post op when I am able to eat these foods.

Recipe is for 2 pizzas

Large can chicken breast drained and chopped up good

1/2 c Parmesan chz

1/4 c mozzarella chz

1 egg

1 tsp garlic powder

2 tbsp mayo of choice (I use avocado mayo)

Salt and pepper

Mix well

Place on parchment paper and form into shape of pizza crust, not too thick...

Bake on 475 for 10-15 min

Flip cook addtl 5-10 ( should be held together and crispy) now add toppings

Bake addtl 5-10 min

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I see the nutritional panels in the USA are different to here in Aus. Here they have to state the nut info per serving and per 100gm, I find it makes it a lot easier to assess if the food is worth it or not.

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I really, really wish I could say that I liked the options from Real Good food. I tried several of them and ughhhh so not good. It made me sad. Blegh

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3 hours ago, CurvyMom said:

Here’s a recipe for a crust if you want to try to make your own — you can top it with whatever toppings you like. You might want to adjust for portions. I am pre op for a few more days but I will probably continue to make this post op when I am able to eat these foods.

Recipe is for 2 pizzas

Large can chicken breast drained and chopped up good

1/2 c Parmesan chz

1/4 c mozzarella chz

1 egg

1 tsp garlic powder

2 tbsp mayo of choice (I use avocado mayo)

Salt and pepper

Mix well

Place on parchment paper and form into shape of pizza crust, not too thick...

Bake on 475 for 10-15 min

Flip cook addtl 5-10 ( should be held together and crispy) now add toppings

Bake addtl 5-10 min

Thanks for that, I will give it a go!

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hmmm may have to try this crust recipe. wonder if I can freeze it to use in the future? been doing cauliflower crust but it is sooo messy

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