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Cauliflower pizza

Chicken dfeta cauliflower pizza
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Pizza doesn’t have to mean bloating and feeling sick after enjoying a few slices if you try this amazing take on the old classic. Instead of a heavy calorie dense base… substitute it with something different for an added health kick!

Surprisingly simple and delicious with a sneaky serve of vegetables, it’s a delicious lunch or dinner with a number of nutritious options so it’s never boring!

Serves 4 per large base

Ingredients

Cauliflower (medium or 600 gms)

1 Large Egg

1 pinch Italian seasoning

1 Small handful parmesan cheese

2 Spoons of passata

60g Spinach leaves

50g light feta Crumbled up

1 grilled chicken breast sliced thinly

Method

1: Preheat oven to 180° (160° fan forced)

2: Grate Cauliflower or blitz in a food processor until at a rice consistency.

3: Add to microwave safe bowl and cook for 8 minutes, remove and strain all liquid out with a mesh strainer or food bag and spoon.

4: Add egg, Italian seasoning, half the parmesan cheese and mix well

5: Spread out onto a baking tray and flatten into desired shape (2 smaller bases or 1 Large)

6: Bake in the oven for 15 minutes or until lightly brown

7: Carefully remove, add toppings sprinkly remaining parmesan on top then bake a further 10 minutes

Nutrition

Cal       kJ       Fat         Sat fat         Carbs        Sugar       Protein

138     443      3.7             2.1             2.4              2.2           12

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