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Pizza: Diet pizza

Updated on May 24, 2011

Pizza lovers

I love pizza very much, can eat pizza daily for dinner, but as you know, pizza is rich of carbs and fats. I made many trials to cook pizza reducing carbohydrates and fats but it didn't all work.

Finally I found it!

This recipe is tried (by my family and me) and it's really delicious and leaves you satisfied. I know you'll love it ;)

Diet Pizza

You need

10 whole eggs

10 tbsp whole wheat flour "or corn flour"

1 tbsp olive oil

1 tsp salt

1/2 tsp black pepper

1/2 tsp mustard

1/2 cup chopped green bell pepper

1/2 cup chopped red pepper

Black or green sliced olives

Low fat mozzarella cheese

Parmesan cheese

Franks "sliced" or cooked chicken cubes

Sliced mushrooms

Diced tomatoes


In a large bowl beat eggs

Add salt, pepper and mustard and mix

Add flour gradually and mix well using a fork "make sure all flower is mixed"

Add parmesan cheese, some olives, and half the franks or chicken and mix

Brush a baking tray with oil

Pour the mixture and decorate with the rest of amounts


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      Kalea 3 years ago

      Thanks for your thohsutg. It's helped me a lot.

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      Bernie Ronkartz 6 years ago

      Recipe doesn't say how long to bake and at what temperature. Can anyone answer that question?

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      kafsoa 7 years ago

      You can go on your diet and enjoy eating pizza at the same time Christine:)

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      ChristineVianello 7 years ago from Philadelphia

      Yum.... This is great for me! Hust started a diet not too long ago. Shedding for my wedding heh.

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      kafsoa 7 years ago

      I'll tell you, first of all this is not a dough,for dough we use one egg and sometimes no eggs at all. I'm using 1 table spoon of flour for each egg heare. You can use less eggs and less flour. The idea is reducing carbohydrates and enjoying the taste of pizza. I used to make a large pizza with these ingredients, we're a big family :)

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      Dolores Monet 7 years ago from East Coast, United States

      10 eggs? I've never heard of using all those eggs for pizza dough. I wish you would explain a bit more - it sounds interesting.


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