Phenomenal! Just Phenomenal!
So I have been tooling around from time to time on Pinterest and I found a picture that made me pin it on my board about low carb food. I stole this post from the blog “Mom, What’s for Dinner” (which apparently Christi, the author there borrowed from a completely DIFFERENT blog called “Eat Drink Smile” – Let’s just say, this recipe’s been around around the block a little bit.. 😉 ) but, of course, I have to tweak these things to my liking and see how I can improve upon them.
I won’t get into the super details but I like food, I like GOOD food and I get sick of eating Chicken breast or Chicken this or chicken that or healthy this or that all the time, which makes eating good food tough for me. Maybe I’ll write a life story for you someday about how fantastic international food was ingrained in my head from travelling the world during childhood.
However let’s get to the point. This is like cheezy bread that you would get from your favorite pizza joint. Maybe better. Of course I have to make this again. The first time I think I made it pretty good, but I think next time I will have to tweak the recipe just a bit, which is my wont, adding a little bit more time on the timer for the original baking of the crust, maybe like 17-20 minutes, and not putting so much butter on it, maybe just a teaspoon instead of 2 tablespoons. And finally for the kicker, this needs HAM.
How in the hell can you make this recipe without Ham and Cheese? 😉
Oh and one thing that may make a bit of a difference is, this time I used all Motz for the crust recipe, since I forgot to get parm. So I will have to try it with half parm like I’m supposed to next time. Perhaps that will firm up the crust a little more. If not, Then I’ll just up the time a few minutes. Stay tuned to the comments section. I will do a little update there on my next creation of this creation.
But I will tell you this. I just finished the first go at this and it is completely gone. It is, apparently, healthy.
- Low Carb
- Gluten Free
- Grain Free
- Has Veggies – as a matter of fact the crust is made pretty much half from veggies.
Again, I love food and after eating this I totally feel guilty. I suppose I was suppose to share it or save some for tomorrow but no such luck. It is gone. Bye Bye! It’s THAT good. I need to find me more recipes like this for those days where my body is like, “Hey, can we go eat shitty food today!?”
So enough of my babbling. Here we go with:
Cheesy Garlic Cauliflower Bread Sticks – Reblog
A few days back I made pizza from Cauliflower and it turned out awesome. So I started thinking… what about garlic cheese bread? Oh yeah… it turned out even more awesome. This recipe is going to make you happy if you are grain free or Celiac. I wish I would have known about this recipe back in the days I was trying the Atkins diet! Super Yummy!
Transfer to the baking stone or sheet, and using your hands, pat out into a large rectangle.
- Cauliflower Au Gratin (trinemarie.com)
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- Healthy food 9 – yummy lowcarb pizza (vitality2day.wordpress.com)