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Have you been trying to watch your carb and calorie intake? Well, I sure have, since I’m trying to fit into my favorite pair of jeans again. I don’t know if they’ve somehow magically shrinked inside my bedroom closet, or if I’ve just washed them in hot water or something. Surely something like that must have happen, haha! Anyway, I’ve been searching for leaner recipes for my favorite dishes, and pizza is definitely one of them.
For anyone on a Paleo or Atkins diet, this recipe is perfect. In fact, it’s great for anyone looking to cut a few calories, but don’t want to give up your precious pizza. When you think of cauliflower, you generally don’t think of crispy, but that’s exactly what this veggie does, when baked as a pizza crust, not to mention it’s absolutely delicious. This recipe makes about 5 mini-pizza crusts.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Eat Local Grown.
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