Chicken Pizza Crust is a thing??

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After my last blog post about the two ingredient pizza crust (greek yogurt and self-rising flour), my cousin sent me a message about chicken ‘pizza crust’.  Well, we had to check it out and I have to say…. it is really good and with the small amount of jarred pizza sauce I added (7 carbs for 1/4 cup) the ENTIRE pizza was less then 5 carbs.

Stick with me, it’s a bit time consuming but whether you are diabetic or on the Keto plan this is well worth the effort.  After draining a 10 ounce can of chicken, I spread it out on a parchment paper lined baking sheet then baked it at 350 degrees for 10 minutes.  When you take the now somewhat dried out chicken out of the oven, turn the temperature to 450 degrees.

While the oven is heating, put the chicken in a mixing bowl with 1/4 cup of shredded parmesan and one beaten egg and mix it together to bind all the ingredients.   Place all these ingredients on the lined baking sheet and pat it with a fork (or roll out) into a pizza shape.  I make ours a pretty thin crust but you can do as you please.  I then baked the ‘crust’ for 10 minutes until it was a golden brown and quite crispy.

I used less then 1/4 cup of a premade pizza sauce (I know, I know….) then covered with grated mozzarella and parmesan cheese.  It went back in the oven at 450 degrees for another 10 minutes.  We didn’t wait for it to cool – sliced it right up and enjoyed our less then three carbs each meal!  If I didn’t already have Sunday Dinner planned I would run to the store and get another can of chicken and make another pizza right now!

I’m going to be sharing more of our diabetic friendly meals and how I am making them road friendly.   Perhaps someday I will figure out how to categorize the blog posts by subject, but for now, please enjoy the journey we are taking as scattered as it may be!

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