No Carb Pizza Crust

We've all tried it at this point. We're human, so we love pizza. We also love fitting into our jeans, so we try that Cauliflower Crust Pizza recipe that is floating around in Pinterest. We are so excited!

Our house smells like farts the whole time it's cooking & the smell lingers for a week. AND it doesn't satisfy that pizza craving.. at all.

Just me?

Let me shoot you straight and say this recipe I'm about to share is NOT going to make me NEVER eat REAL PIZZA again. I will. And I will LOVE IT. But, instead of indulging once a week, I think with this little trick up my sleeve, I can cut back to once a month, for sure.

Here's ALL YOU NEED:

1 10oz can of chicken (read your labels! Not all canned chicken is created equally and a lot of them have gross preservatives in them. Try to find one that is just chicken, water, and salt).
1 egg
1 oz grated parmesan cheese (I used a vegan version of parmesan for this and it was great!)

Directions:

-preheat oven to 350 degrees
-drain water out of canned chicken as much as possible.
-dump chicken into cake pan and bake for 10 minutes to remove moisture
-dump cooked chicken, cheese, and egg into a bowl and mix
-increase oven temp to 500 degrees
-flatten all ingredients out into an 8-10 inch pan. You can use parchment paper to push everything down flat, but I was able to get it pretty even with a spatula.
-bake at 500 degrees for another 10 minutes
-remove from oven and add toppings of your choice!
-bake at 500 degrees for another 6-10 minutes, depending on topics
-remove, let cool for a few minutes, and ENJOY!

I was not able to eat this like pizza with my hands, I had to use a fork, but I really liked it! You definitely can taste the chicken, so, next time, I think I'm going to add Ranch (Clean Ranch Recipe Here!) & Hot Sauce as my toppings for a Buffalo Chicken Pizza!


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