Definitely not the healthiest option. There are a few things that make it healthier than your typical delivery pizza.
I used a cauliflower crust. Monteli brand frozen crusts have no cholesterol and a low percentage of saturated fat (5% DRV). That's especially good for a prepackaged item. A lot of low carb options have over more than 100% DRV of saturated fat. Something to think about: it's good to be thin, but your veins might still clog.
There's no tomato sauce. This isn't great news for everyone, but a lot of people with kidney disease have to avoid tomatoes.
You can control how much cheese you put on your pizza. It's not piled on like you might get from a delivery option.
There, see. Indulging can be little less bad. :)
Source: Eating Well | Makes: 2 personal pizzas | Time: 25 min
Changes I made
Used frozen pizza crusts
Cooked mushrooms on the stove first
Used truffle infused EVO
2 Monteli's cauliflower gluten free pizza crusts (do not defrost)
1 tbsp truffle infused EVO
12 oz mixed #mushrooms (I did shiitakes and cremini, washed, stemmed, and sliced)
4 cloves garlic, sliced
½ cup chopped spring onions or scallions
3 tbsp chopped fresh sage
2 tsp Italian seasoning
¼ tsp salt
¼ tsp crushed red pepper
½ cup crumbled blue cheese
¼ cup pine nuts, toasted
Preheat your oven to 420F.
Add EVO to a large skillet over medium heat. Add mushrooms and saute for 7 minutes. Add garlic and saute one minute more. Remove from heat.
Spray your crusts with a little bit of oil. Add the mushrooms, garlic, spring onions, sage, seasonings, and blue cheese.
Put the topped crusts on pizza pans and pop them in the oven for 9-11 minutes or until the crust is golden brown.
Remove from oven and add toasted pine nuts. Enjoy!
Food & Drink
104 oz water
Egg and cheese sandwich
Veggie wrap with zucchini, bell pepper, chickpeas, and Beyond Meat
Coconut yogurt with a banana
Probably some diet soda before bed