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Diabetic Whole Wheat Pizza Dough Recipe

Low Carb Pizza Crust | Diabetic Connect

Low Carb Pizza Crust | Diabetic Connect

Was easy to make, and tasted great. The picture says it's not a picture of this recipe, so knew it wouldn't look like that. This is so much better than other low carb recipes. But very rich with all the cheese and eggs. I made this today and it's not too bad. Does taste a little eggy, but that is to be expected. It looked beautiful coming out of the oven, wished I had thought to take a picture. One noteit DOES stick to the pan. Not bad, but enough to be annoying. So I saw this recipe today and decided to try it. With only 5 ingredients for the crust, what can go wrong? The pic of the bread dough is just that- bread (flour)dough. Never the less, the pizza came out fabulous! I had some spaghetti sauce my brother in law made, with fresh peeled Hatch green chili and wow, I'll make this again!! This post looks a little datedhas anyone actually tried this?? Any way to do this with less sodium?? Is the picture of the dough the actual way it looks when you mix it uplooks like regular pizza dough? Do you have a photo of what it looks like when it comes out of the oven? Would love to see. Continue reading >>

100% Whole Wheat Pizza Dough

100% Whole Wheat Pizza Dough

Breads Diabetic Friendly Doughs Light and Healthy Pizza This crispy, chewy whole wheat pizza dough makes a delicious canvas for all kinds of tasty toppings. Bake up a homemade thin crust pizza tonight! Ever since I started making my own pizza dough, Ive never looked back! Pizza doughs are fun to make, always delicious, and you really feel like you accomplished something pretty cool! Plus, theres something so amazing about so few ingredients combining to make a crispy, chewy canvas for all kinds of tasty toppings Call me boring, but I love a classic margherita pizza with fresh mozz, tomatoes and basil. Ill be sharing the recipe for this one with you soon! Hint: It may look pretty basic but the secrets allll in the sauce. baby. The true star of all my Friday night pizza-makin is this delicious dough. Made with only whole wheat flour, it comes together quickly, only rises about an hour, and cooks in a flash. Not going to use it right away? No probs. Just wrap it up in plastic wrap and freeze til you get that pizza craving. They tend to hit often in this house I know youll love this dough just as much as Mark and I did. Nothing will replace my go-to pizza dough , but this one is still an awesome option for when we want to be healthy but still indulge a bit. Have a fabulous week ahead, and whip up a homemade pizza some weeknight for a change of pace! Craving more? Keep in touch on Facebook , Twitter , Pinterest and Instagram for new post updates and more. You can also check out my FAQ page, or contact me with any questions or inquiries! Continue reading >>

Best Low Carb Pizza For Diabetics Ever 4

Best Low Carb Pizza For Diabetics Ever 4

All hail FAT HEAD pizza crust, the best low carb, pizza for diabetics EVER!!! The crust’s recipe comes from Tom Naughton’s Fat Head site, Tom’s a super cool dude and some say he’s EVEN funnier than me… it’s true. :) Mouthwatering Pizza Pictures! Best Low Carb Pizza Recipe Low Carb Pizza Topping Preparation When you first start your ‘low carb paleo’ journey, eating a variety of foods is important for some. Once I discovered these recipes Low Carb Pizza Crust, Low Carb Faux Spaghetti and Low Carb Paleo Chili, I knew that I could survive and thrive on a ‘low carb paleo’ meal plan. Today I rarely eat replacement foods like this pizza, I have gravitated to simpler foods typically eating fatty meats and leafy green veggies for most of my meals. The low carb pizza crust in this post truly is THE best pizza crust I’ve ever tasted, bar none. Even better, its a great low carb pizza for diabetics … too! :) Diabetes Friendly Pizza Crust Here is the recipe post on Fat Head Crust Ingredients: 1 1/2 cups shredded mozzarella ¾ cup almond flour 2 tbs cream cheese 1 egg Garlic salt Parchment paper and cookie sheet. Instructions: put mozzarella & cream cheese in a medium size microwaveable bowl Microwave for 1 min, stir and then another 30 sec, stir (very hot!) Wet hands and spread “dough” thin on parchment paper. It should spread evenly with dough-like consistency (if “stringy” then your cheese has hardened too much— just put it back in the microwave for maybe another 20 seconds) Dock (poke rows of holes) with a fork to avoid bubbling Sprinkle with garlic salt Put in 425 degree oven After about 8 minutes, check it and poke holes where any large bubbles may be. Continue cooking for a total 12-14 min, or until slightly brown on top. Note: If you like your Continue reading >>

Whole Wheat Pizza Dough

Whole Wheat Pizza Dough

This recipe is NOT safe for those who are sensitive to gluten. "Blues is to jazz what yeast is to bread. Without it, it's flat. " Using whole wheat pizza dough for pizza recipes is a great way to get extra fiber. The dough has more body that regular pizza dough and a mellow, sweet flavor. And it adds 6 grams of fiber to your diet! Any grain that has been finely ground is technically a flour. The most popular flour is all-purpose wheat flour, also known as white flour. It is manufactured by crushing wheat berries between large steel rollers. Most white flour is mass produced in industrial quantities with the production process taking place at high temperatures, which both destroys the wheat germ and removes the outer bran layer. All that is left is the endosperm. The result is the loss of many vitamins and nutrients. Wheat Flours Servings = 4 | Serving size =enough dough for 4 individual pizzas This dough will keep for about 36 hours in the refrigerator if wrapped tightly in plastic wrap. It will not be as good as fresh. Place the yeast and honey in a large mixing bowl and pour the heated water over the mixture, stirring until well blended. Let the mixture stand for about 5 - 7 minutes until foamy. Add the whole wheat flour, all purpose flour and salt and stir with a fork until a coarse dough forms. Continue to mix by hand until a dough ball forms and all the flour is well blended. Cover the bowl and place it in a sink with about 4 inches of hot water in the bottom. The heat from the warm water will help the dough rise. The dough will double in size in about 30 40 minutes. Punch it a few times with your fingers and let it rise another 30 minutes. Remove from the bowl and cut the ball into four equal pieces. Cover the dough that you are not going to use immediately in pl Continue reading >>

Whole Wheat Pizza Crust

Whole Wheat Pizza Crust

I just saw a commercial for Poppa Johns that says they now have "100% Whole Wheat" pizza crust. Sooooo tempted to try it. -Motto of the 1st Regiment of Foot aka The Royal Scots You'd probably be better off with a thin crust. Whole wheat is better than white bread because it doesn't have all the nutrients removed, but it's just as carby as white bread. Thin crust on the other hand usually has much less carbs. Insulin (avg): 19.8 U (35% bolus); CHO (avg): 87g; BG (avg): 97 mg/dl; SD: 31 Tests (avg): 5.1; High: 168; Low: 51; highs>140: 3; lows<70: 10 I saw that too--I think I'm ordering it for supper tonight LOL take a break from the kitchen.....it lists (if it's right) that it has 35g dietary fiber and the carbs are like 36 per slice.....Can you do the subtract fiber thing with something like this???? that would be 1carb.......for pizza??? is this right???????? papa john's nutrition info for whole wheat crust You can make your own whole wheat crust and control your serving size... 1 packet of quick yeast, warm water and splenda for 10 minutes... then gradually knead in whole wheat flour until the dough is "tossable" (usually two cups...) and salt to taste Split it into 8 servings... drizzle one with olive oil and let it rise for half an hour before tossing. Freeze or fridgerate the rest for later. The crust comes out sweet and delicious and tastes great with spinach and no sauce. As for Poppa John's carbs... I thought you could only subtract half of the carbs... so 18 in this case... for a total of 18 carbs per slice. "Sometimes the impossible becomes possible if you are AWESOME!" ~Bolt Continue reading >>

Whole Wheat Pizza Dough In The Bread Machine

Whole Wheat Pizza Dough In The Bread Machine

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Healthy Pizza Crust - Recipes For Diabetics

Healthy Pizza Crust - Recipes For Diabetics

Pizza is by far one of my favorite meals. Growing up in New Jersey I like to think Iknow a thing or two about pizza! This crust is thin and crispy, and it actually holds up to allof the toppings! No fork and knife necessary for this one! for both sweet and savory cooking and provides a delicious, high-protein meal. Preheat oven to 350 Combine flour, baking powder and spices. Mix until it forms a doughy mixture. Add more water if not combining. Press out on a parchment paper lined pan. Bake for 10 minutes. Add toppings and bake again for about 10 more minutes, until crispy. Calories: 566. Protein: 59g. Carbohydrates: 28g. Fiber: 16g. Total Sugar: 8g.Total Fat: 33g.Saturated Fat: 4g. Sodium: 158mg. There are no reviews for this recipe. Log in or register to review this recipe. Join our eNewsletter and receive diabetes recipes, news, and treatment updates. Please indicate which of the following treatments you take for Type 2 Diabetes Meal-time Insulin (novolog, apidra or Humalog) Diabetes is a serious disease requiring professional medical attention. The information and recipes on this site, although as accurate and timely as feasibly possible, should not be considered as medical advice, nor as a substitute for the same. All recipes and menus are provided with the implied understanding that directions for exchange sizes will be strictly adhered to, and that blood glucose levels can be affected by not following individualized dietary guidelines as directed by your physician and/or healthcare team. Continue reading >>

Whole Wheat And Honey Pizza Dough

Whole Wheat And Honey Pizza Dough

Wonderful recipe. You'd never know it was healthy! I've found that if I heat a glass of water for a minute in the microwave, the microwave becomes a great place (warm and humid) to stash the d... This is excellent. As written, allow a little time for the dough to rise initially but then allow it to again for another 5-10 minutes on the pan before you bake it. The result is a nice "pan ... I made it in my food processor and added a couple swirls of olive oil to make the dough easier to work with... Then I covered the dough and stashed it in the fridge all day. I took it out of t... This recipe is similar to a Betty Crocker whole wheat recipe I have always used except it is even more healthy! I really like that it has wheat germ and honey in it instead of oil and sugar. Pre... This recipe is quick, easy and tastes great. I tried it because it was cholesterol free. I was in search of a whole wheat pizza dough and this one is great. My family likes it with olive oil, ... Yummy! :) I did what STARS4BEA did below, I prebaked it for 17 minutes @ 350, put the toppings on, then baked it again for 20 minutes @ 350, then for an additional 5 minutes @ 400. I floured my ... Very good! I used this dough to make two round 12" thin crust pizza's. It was a little softer than we like (we like crisp crust) but such a great flavor and we can adjust to the softness because... Continue reading >>

Healthy Pizza Recipes: Tortilla Pizza Is Diabetic-friendly & Simple To Make

Healthy Pizza Recipes: Tortilla Pizza Is Diabetic-friendly & Simple To Make

Carbohydrates are the nemesis of all diabetics. Oh how we love them, and oh how they hate us! Giving up the majority of my daily bread is the hardest part of being a Type 2 Diabetic for me. When it comes to pizza… when was the last time you managed to eat just one slice of your favorite pizza? Stopping after just waking your taste buds up with those first few bites isn’t likely to happen, is it? As a way to cut back (and keep my blood glucose numbers in check), I started ordering a DeLITE pizza thin crust pizza at Papa Murphy’s. By reducing the quantity of crust, I hoped to maintain safe blood sugar numbers on my meter the following morning. Take heart all you fellow diabetics who struggle to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Here’s a simple way to satisfy a serious craving for pizza without pegging the scale on your blood glucose monitor! Following are lots of great tips and videos for making healthy pizza using tortilla shells… How To Make A Tortilla Pizza Anything whole wheat is lower on the Glycemic Index Food Chart and will have less affect on your blood sugar. This is good if you’re diabetic. It’s also good if you’re just trying to eat healthier! Using a whole wheat flour tortilla as your pizza crust reduces the crust size and also ensures the healthiest crust possible. The restrictions of a smaller overall pizza will help you contain your appetite while still providing a satisfying meal. That’s right, you can eat the whole thing without feeling guilty. Another interesting benefit is the fact that tortilla pizza is actually considered “diet food.” Yes, even those on Weight Watchers can still enjoy pizza without the guilt. By adding just a few everyday ingredients, you can enjoy a great tasting pizza that will satisfy that craving that hits us all Continue reading >>

Pizza Dough: Diabetes Forecast

Pizza Dough: Diabetes Forecast

Place all dry ingredients in the bowl of your food processor. Pulse a few times to blend well. With the machine running, add 1 cup of water in a slow and steady stream. The dough should form a ball and the clean the sides of the food processor. If it seems too dry, add more water, 1 tablespoon at a time. The dough is perfect when it is no longer sticky and feels smooth. If it is too sticky or wet, you can add more flour 1 tablespoon at a time. Place dough in a large bowl with extra virgin olive oil. Turn dough to completely cover with oil and then cover tightly with plastic wrap and a cloth towel. Let dough rise in a warm place for at least one hour. A good place to rise is in the oven with the oven off and the oven light on. After the dough doubles in size, punch it down and let it rise again for as long as possible, at least one hour. I am a huge fan of the longer rise for lighter dough, especially when using whole-wheat flour. Chef's Secret: I use my food processor with steel blade to prepare the dough. The food processor does the kneading. Try to find the white whole-wheat flour, as it is lighter in color, texture, and taste than the traditional red whole-wheat flour. Measure the temperature of the water with your meat thermometer. When working with yeast, water temperature is critical for proper rising. The correct temperature is 110-120F. Continue reading >>

Low Carb Diabetic Pizza Crust

Low Carb Diabetic Pizza Crust

Who loves pizza? We do too. But did you know that regular pizza crust is super high in carbs? We're talking around 36 g total carbs and 33.5 g net carbs per slice for a 14″ pizza crust. I don't know about you but I like more than one slice of pizza! What that means is if you eat a slice of regular pizza you're going to see your blood sugar soaring and you won't be a happy chappy! Of course, we have a solution for you. In fact we've got several options. Over the coming days we're going to be sharing some low carb diabetic friendly pizza options for you to try (and thoroughly enjoy). This low carb pizza crust Our gourmet pizza recipe (pictured above – YUM!) Big breakfast pizza – yes, who said you can't have pizza for breakfast Baked zucchini pizza boats – these are so awesome Seriously, you are going to LOVE these because they are so tasty and yummy. Want to receive all these delicious recipes in your inbox? CLICK HERE to subscribe to our weekly newsletterand we'll send them to you. Well let's get on with it then… This diabetic pizza crust is made with diabetic friendly flour – almond flour, which greatly reduces the carb count. In fact, our version is just 6 g net carbs for half a large pizza. Oh yes, you can feel more than satisfied with this delicious crust. As you can see from the pictures below, it is quite a large pizza – around 4 generous slices per person. It's quite a thin base but it does not go soggy or fall apart either. Here's the recipe: Nutrition FactsLow Carb Diabetic Pizza Crust Amount Per Serving Calories 480 Calories from Fat 378 % Daily Value* Total Fat 42g 65% Saturated Fat 8g 40% Polyunsaturated Fat 18g Monounsaturated Fat 15g Cholesterol 109mg 36% Sodium 452mg 19% Potassium 20mg 1% Total Carbohydrates 12g 4% Dietary Fiber 6g 24% Sugars Continue reading >>

Diabetes And Pizza: Can Diabetics Eat Pizza?

Diabetes And Pizza: Can Diabetics Eat Pizza?

When a person suffers from diabetes, he or she is always worried of everything that he or she eats. The disease is complicated and even a slight mistake as far as diet is concerned could be disastrous and damaging on the health. One such concern is about the inclusion of pizza in the diabetes meal plan. In this article, we shall deep dive and see if a person suffering from diabetes can have pizza it will be good or bad. So, join in for the article “Diabetes and Pizza: Can Diabetics Eat Pizza?” Risks Associated with Eating Pizza for Diabetics Let us look into the risks which eating of pizza can have in a person who suffers from diabetes: The crust of the pizza we love is made up of white flour. This white flour is rich in refined carbohydrates, something which is not considered healthy for diabetes patients. The crust of the pizza can give rise to the blood sugar levels of the body. Besides, the pizza we get in restaurants and fast food joints usually contain a lot of cheese. Cheese, can come in the way of healthy weight management and hence, pizza should be avoided. Besides, cheese is also known to contain too much of sugar, again not a healthy option for the diabetics. Pizza also tends to have very unhealthy toppings comprising meat, sausages, pepperoni, too much of salt, etc. which is really something that people suffering from diabetes should ideally avoid. Thus, pizza is not a very healthy option for the diabetics. However, it also depends on what type of pizza you are eating. If you can manage a pizza with a thin dough, light cheese, and healthy toppings, the fast food can be incorporated into your diet. The following paragraph explains some of the guidelines that you should keep in mind while you think of including pizza in your meal plan: Tips to Keep in Mind Continue reading >>

Whole-wheat Pizza Dough

Whole-wheat Pizza Dough

Combine whole-wheat flour, all-purpose flour, yeast, salt and sugar in a food processor; pulse to mix. Combine hot water and oil in a measuring cup. With the motor running, gradually pour in enough of the hot liquid until the mixture forms a sticky ball. The dough should be quite soft. If it seems dry, add 1 to 2 tablespoons warm water; if too sticky, add 1 to 2 tablespoons flour. Process until the dough forms a ball, then process for 1 minute to knead. Transfer the dough to a lightly floured surface. Coat a sheet of plastic wrap with cooking spray and place it, sprayed-side down, over the dough. Let the dough rest for 10 to 20 minutes before rolling. Place a pizza stone or inverted baking sheet on the lowest oven rack; preheat oven to 500F or highest setting. Roll and top the pizza as desired (we suggest a 13-inch circle) and bake the pizza until the bottom is crisp and golden, 10 to 14 minutes. Serve immediately. Store in a plastic bag coated with cooking spray in the refrigerator for up to 2 days. Bring to room temperature before using. Meredith Corporation. All rights reserved. Used with permission.For more recipes go to EatingWell.com Continue reading >>

Easy Homemade Diabetic Pizza Recipe

Easy Homemade Diabetic Pizza Recipe

Ingredients Nonstick cooking spray 1/4 cup onion, diced 1/4 cup green pepper, diced 1/2 cup sliced mushrooms 1 teaspoon olive oil 8-ounce thin and crispy pizza crust 1/2 cup prepared pizza sauce 2 ounces sliced Canadian bacon or lean ham, cut into half-inch pieces 1 cup shredded part-skim mozzarella cheese Directions Preheat oven to 425°F. Spray a large skillet with nonstick cooking spray. Add onion, green pepper, and mushrooms and sauté over medium heat until soft, about two to three minutes. Remove from heat. Brush the olive oil over the top of the pizza crust. Spread the pizza sauce over the crust up to half an inch from the edge. Evenly sprinkle the sautéed vegetables, Canadian bacon, and mozzarella over the crust. Place pizza crust on oven rack or cookie sheet in the middle position of the oven. Bake for 7–10 minutes. Remove from the oven and let sit for 3–5 minutes at room temperature, then cut into eight slices. Note: Nutrient analysis for the pizza is an approximation and will vary with the brand of pizza crust and types of ingredients used. Yield: 8 slices. Serving size: 2 slices. Nutrition Facts Per Serving: Calories: 330 calories, Carbohydrates: 34 g, Protein: 16 g, Fat: 14 g, Cholesterol: 20 mg, Sodium: 650 mg, Fiber: 2 g Exchanges per serving: 2 starch, 1 medium-fat meat, 2 fat. Carbohydrate choices: 2. This recipe was developed by Sandy Bjerkness, a registered dietitian working in research at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. Continue reading >>

Bbq Chicken Pizza With Red Peppers | Lori Zanini Nutrition

Bbq Chicken Pizza With Red Peppers | Lori Zanini Nutrition

Recently I was talking with a close friend whohas diabetes. I asked him whatis yourbiggest struggle when it comes to managing your blood sugar? You know what he told me? Lori, Im a HUGE fan of Italian food. I love pizzaits by far my guiltiest pleasure. He mentionedhe hadnt had pizza in years because he felt like if had one piece, it would turn into five. Because when we think we cant have something, we want it more. What if we allowed ourselves to have pizza? Regularly. And often. We could even plan for it to be a part of our weekly meals. How much more would you look forward to that pizza mealand how much less would you crave other foods because you knew you were going to have it? Thats one simple and effectiveapproach to eating with diabetes. It works so much better than feelingguilty about what weeat and it prevents us from feelinglike weneed to dietcompletely different than the rest of ourfamily and friends.Ive seen this happen too many times, and let me tell you it simply doesnt work. Lets eat what we love, and make a few small tweaks to our food to make it healthier, while still ensuring it tastesdelicious. With that in mind,mygoal with creating this BBQ Chicken Pizza recipe, originally from my diabetes cookbook , was to make a better pizza that can be enjoyed by anyone whether or not they have diabetes. The crust is made with a three flour blend (coconut, almond, and whole wheat flour) which helps lower the carbs, while increasing the fiber and protein to make each slice much more filling. Just be sure to grab a low sugar barbecue sauce (skip the high fructose corn syrup) and serve with a salad or veggie side dish to round out the meal. Continue reading >>

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