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Lo carb pizza base alternatives

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PotatoHead2020 Thu 08-Oct-20 20:26:05

Not really like cloud bread or whatever it is but more like making a pizza on a chicken breast. Any good ideas?

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carbhunter Sat 10-Oct-20 23:06:34

I haven't tried it yet but have seen it done with a slice of aubergine.
I want to try it with mozzarella and toppings but need a good recipe as aubergine can be amazing or awful if cooked wrong in my experience smile

Coffee4me Sat 10-Oct-20 23:13:03

Beef mince pizza base

IggyAce Sat 10-Oct-20 23:17:56

I’ve seen recipes for cauliflower pizza base.

Mumelie Sat 10-Oct-20 23:20:34

Try lo-do pizza bases - if you dry fry them before putting toppings on they work really well.

SallySolardel Sat 10-Oct-20 23:20:35

Lo Dough

carbhunter Sun 11-Oct-20 08:56:09

I can vouch for cauliflower as a base. It's hard to get it to stick together as it can be a bit crumbly. Tastes good though!

aceofbase1 Wed 21-Oct-20 08:49:32

Lo dough fir sure

Endeavormorse Wed 28-Oct-20 12:57:13

I’m not keen on Lo Dough or cauliflower. I’m planning on trying this next
There’s also Fathead dough which I’m also not keen on but it’s crunchy like a normal crust.

girlcrushonvillanelle Thu 05-Nov-20 19:21:55

I made a fat head dough pizza the other day, it was delicious

girlcrushonvillanelle Thu 05-Nov-20 19:22:47


nancybotwinbloom Thu 05-Nov-20 19:26:46

Another shout for lo dough

WreckTangled Thu 05-Nov-20 19:32:01

I also love fathead dough. It's my go to lunch as it makes four big slices of pizza. Yum.

spidermomma Thu 05-Nov-20 19:37:02

I use lo dough for my little boy it has 2 carbs in a full base! My little boy loves them and also my friend told me to use "smash" probably not the healthiest but it works ! Xx

butterry Thu 05-Nov-20 19:49:24

Fathead pizza dough recipe is closest to real pizza

nancybotwinbloom Thu 05-Nov-20 20:21:52

You can make pasties and stuff with lo dough it's quite good

Diddlysquatty Sun 29-Nov-20 00:01:54

It doesn’t turn out really like pizza texture wise....but when I’ve made proper pizza dough for the kids I just have the tomato sauce, mozzarella and toppings I like on top of courgette sliced lengthways, I griddle the courgette a bit first then put the whole thing in the oven.
Sometimes I do two layers.
So it’s more like an al forno really but has the taste and stringy cheese topping of pizza

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