Pizza Crusts to Enjoy

Pizza is great. Making it at home is even better because you can pick your toppings and know the nutrition of your food. However, carb-heavy crusts make the dish one that most people with concerns about their blood sugar avoid. More and more frequently, you’ll see low-carb pizza crusts in grocery stores. But, not all stores carry them and, even when they are available, you may not like the additives that are in commercially produced crusts. Moreover, the price is often much higher than more traditional versions the store carries.

Most popular low-carb pizza crust recipes are high in calories or fat, which can be fine depending on your diet, but they might not fit into your meal plan. We wanted to provide you with low-carb and low-cal options. These three recipes are all under 90 calories and have no more than four grams of carbs!

Coconut Flour Pizza Crust

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Many low-carb pizza doughs are made from almond flour and can be quite high in calories. This version with coconut meal uses egg for gluing the flour to cheese and seasoning for a savory crust. It’s dense and holds together so you can eat the pizza with your hands without worrying and the crust’s structural integrity. But, it’s also soft with a nice mouthfeel. A slice is only 86 calories, five grams of fat, six grams of proteins and three grams of carbs. Get the recipe here.

Chicken Pizza Crust

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This recipe blew our mind when we first heard about it. A pizza crust that uses chicken as its main ingredient? There is no flour of any sort in the recipe, which only has four components! And, because it’s meat-based, the recipe is high in protein. You simply mix the ingredients in a food processor, form your crust, freeze it, top it and put it in the oven! A slice has 84 calories, 2.6 grams of fat, 14 grams of protein and .3 carbs. Get the recipe here.

Cauliflower Pizza Crust

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Cauliflower pizza crust has a great flavor and excellent consistency. It’s crispy, and it holds together well. The drawback of cauliflower crust is simple: squeezing the moisture out of cauliflower is an arduous task. If you aren’t used to it, your arms can before sore ringing all the water out of cauliflower! A slice has 54 calories, four grams of protein and four of carbs. Get the recipe here.

We hope one of these recipes makes it onto your table soon! As always, if you have requests, questions or comments, email us at socialmedia.neulivenhealth.com.
July 30, 2019
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