Paleo Pepperoni White Pizza Skillet

Paleo Pepperoni White Pizza Skillet

When all else fails, I turn to cabbage to help me stay grain-free. Now, it becomes the bed on which we can layer cheese, mushrooms, pepperoni, and sausage and call it pizza. And in this case and lucky for us, this recipe evolved into the best grain free pizza crust I’ve ever tasted. Also good, but your white pizza was so good I don’t miss the pepperoni.

When adopting Paleo, I was probably worried about a lack of pizza the most, and after re-introducing dairy I tried all sorts of things, from frozen GF crusts to eggplant pizzas. Add the cheese, white pepper, and oregano, and mix together until it’s dough-like. I topped my half of the pizza with mozz, tomatoes and pepperoni and had leftovers for lunch at work today and it was delish. This pepperoni pizza flavored cauliflower mash is a kid friendly low carb cauliflower recipe that will be a hit with the whole family! It’s gluten free too! Mash and spread into circle on a cookie or pizza pan, and bake. Reggiano, butter, fresh sauteed mushrooms, little white wine, little cream. A paleo pizza crust that can pass the New York pizza snob test. Crispy, chewy, air-bubbly. You can put sauce and pepperoni on them and they resemble pizza. This crust recipe was inspired Tammi Credicott’s recipe that is featured in Everyday Paleo Around The World; Italian Cuisine by Sarah Fragaso. In a small bowl, combine olive oil, apple cider vinegar, and egg white.

Then, add whatever protein you have on hand (here, I used some leftover spicy lamb merguez sausage and onions) to the skillet and stir-fry until heated through. I will have to still modify this recipe and make a pesto-pizza version with turkey pepperoni, but the cups are a great idea I hadn’t thought of! Brilliant! White Chocolate Pine. This is the low carb pizza recipe you’ve been looking for! Now, I’ve made some really great pizza alternatives, as have other low carb and paleo food bloggers, and I have been pleased with my efforts heretofore. I’ve started noticing their white and green packaging in some of my local grocery stores, giving other brands of sausage and bacon a little competition.


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