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Old Thu, Apr-11-02, 10:38
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DWRolfe DWRolfe is offline
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Post Anyone tired this LC pizza mix??

I always like to check in here with folks to see if they've tried LC products before I buy them...

...Has anyone tried this pizza mix?

LowCarbolicious Pizza Kit

The Pizza Kit, packaged in shipping-friendly, tear-open pouches, makes one perfect 12" pizza. Just mix the contents of the crust pouch with water and melted butter, spread dough onto pizza pan (we recommend and sell separately a 12" micro-perforated, thin crust pan for ideal crispness) and prebake 10 minutes. Then pour on our thick, zippy sauce; follow with your favorite protein-packed pizza toppings (such as sausage, pepperoni, ground beef, bacon, Canadian bacon, chicken) and veggies (green pepper, onion, mushrooms, garlic) and, of course, lots of cheese! (Cheese not included in Pizza Kit.) Pop back in the oven for 7-10 minutes, then ENJOY while still being true to your WOE.


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Old Mon, Apr-29-02, 08:47
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Post Answering my own post!

I tried the pizza mix mentioned in my earlier post...

...and I liked it. It came out rather flat, and it looked pretty awful when it was like paste after mixing, but it held up remarkably well to a ton of toppings.

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Old Mon, Apr-29-02, 09:46
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Default Pizza ...


When I crave pizza ... this is what I do ...

250 g Beef mince
50 spinach
50 g Mayonaise
1 Egg
Spices (any you like)

Mix and mash all the ingredients. (I use a fork)
Transfer mixture to sideplate-size baking dish and spread evenly.
Cover with pizza topping of your taste and bake till ready.

It looks like a huge hamburger patty with topping.

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