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Diabetic Whole Wheat Pizza Dough Recipe

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**Recipe**: https://www.ketoconnect.net/recipe/no... Silicon Mat: http://amzn.to/2mp0YpQ Keto Quickstart Course: http://bit.ly/2iiiyML No Carb Pizza Crust! Take Keto Pizza to the Next Level | Low Carb Pizza Crust! Social Media (follow us for updates!): Pinterest - http://bit.ly/2aqmK7M Instagram - http://bit.ly/2aNCjJP Twitter - http://bit.ly/2eQuZMx Facebook - http://bit.ly/2fb5pFt Facebook Group: http://bit.ly/2hW7GRC Snapchat: KetoConnect Our best pizza crust yet! This no carb pizza crust calls on the power of canned chicken to pull of a delicious thin and crispy vessel for all keto toppings! This isn't only the tastiest, it's also the easiest to make and the lowest carb crust we've ever tried. Give this one a shot, you won't be disappointed! Check us out on social media, we are putting out all kinds of high quality high fat content! Comment below and let us know what you think. We will be posting new videos twice a week and 3 recipes/blog posts a week. We are working hard to provide you with the tools to enjoy and succeed on your Keto journey. Feedback, suggestions, and interaction of any kind is always welcome. You can even request recipes and we'll see what we can come up with. Thanks for watching! KetoConnect.net is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com. Business: [email protected] #keto #ketodiet #weightloss

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 Continue reading >>

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  1. sixsticks

    We recently found a local higher end Italian restaurant that prepares their pizza dough fresh each day.
    They offer an option of whole wheat crust. The pizza is made ultra thin...I'm talking practically paper thin, never saw a thin crust like this before.
    Last week I decided to try it. Just a cheese pizza with fresh garlic...always was my favorite.
    I was extremely apprehensive to see what my BG would be after eating one and a half slices and a salad.
    At 1 hour my BG was 128, at 2 hours it was 115.
    I did not eat the outer crust. Obviously, I have no way of knowing the calories, wish I did as I calorie count as well.
    Has anyone else had favorable results with pizzas? Pizza was always one of my favorite things to eat.

  2. dale92

    I love pizza also! I have it almost every day as a staple for me. For home made pizza I found some large tortilla shells to use as a crust at a Sam's Club, Sante Fe Tortilla shells I believe is the name. Very low carb shells with a little pizza sauce and cheese adding some toppings occasionally seems to satisfy my pizza cravings. When I go out to eat I look for very thin crust pizza and a slice or two usually doesn't raise my bs too much. You have to remember when eating pizza that your bs will rise later because of the fat delaying absorption. For me when I go out pizza is one of the things I look for unless I can find some good meat on the menu.

  3. alan_s

    sixsticks:
    We recently found a local higher end Italian restaurant that prepares their pizza dough fresh each day.
    They offer an option of whole wheat crust. The pizza is made ultra thin...I'm talking practically paper thin, never saw a thin crust like this before.
    Last week I decided to try it. Just a cheese pizza with fresh garlic...always was my favorite.
    I was extremely apprehensive to see what my BG would be after eating one and a half slices and a salad.
    At 1 hour my BG was 128, at 2 hours it was 115.
    I did not eat the outer crust. Obviously, I have no way of knowing the calories, wish I did as I calorie count as well.
    Has anyone else had favorable results with pizzas? Pizza was always one of my favorite things to eat.
    Sounds good. Nice to see some restaurants meeting the need. I make my own ultra-thin crust pizza and get good post-meal results from that.

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Pizza Dough - Whole Wheat Pizza Dough - How To Make Pizza Dough - Whole wheat pizza dough is often misconceived to be dense and unappetizing. In reality it is not. Keep an open mind and exercise some patience. You will end up with a great whole wheat pizza dough that can better any crust that you have ever eaten. This recipe yields a soft, spongy dough worth six slices and packs 1115 kilo calories on the whole. The next time when someone asks you to mix all purpose flour to your whole wheat, you know what to say. For detailed measurements and directions visit http://hissingcooker.com/whole-wheat-... Pizza sauce video : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jHniH... Facts Whole wheat flour is an excellent source of insoluble fiber that prevents gallstones. Lowers the risk of Type 2 diabetes and reduces the chances of acquiring chronic inflammation. Copyright information: Background music : 7th_Floor_Tango by Silent Partner (Source: YouTube Audio Library) https://www.facebook.com/hissingcooker #wholesomefood #wholefood #wholesomefoodrecipes #wholefoodrecipes #healthyrecipe #healthyfoodrecipe #wholegrainpizza #wholegrain #pizza #healthypizza #wholesomepizza #wholewheatpizzadough #wholewheat #wholegrainpizzadough #pizzadough #balanceddiet #diet #softpizza #spongydough #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 >>

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  1. sixsticks

    We recently found a local higher end Italian restaurant that prepares their pizza dough fresh each day.
    They offer an option of whole wheat crust. The pizza is made ultra thin...I'm talking practically paper thin, never saw a thin crust like this before.
    Last week I decided to try it. Just a cheese pizza with fresh garlic...always was my favorite.
    I was extremely apprehensive to see what my BG would be after eating one and a half slices and a salad.
    At 1 hour my BG was 128, at 2 hours it was 115.
    I did not eat the outer crust. Obviously, I have no way of knowing the calories, wish I did as I calorie count as well.
    Has anyone else had favorable results with pizzas? Pizza was always one of my favorite things to eat.

  2. dale92

    I love pizza also! I have it almost every day as a staple for me. For home made pizza I found some large tortilla shells to use as a crust at a Sam's Club, Sante Fe Tortilla shells I believe is the name. Very low carb shells with a little pizza sauce and cheese adding some toppings occasionally seems to satisfy my pizza cravings. When I go out to eat I look for very thin crust pizza and a slice or two usually doesn't raise my bs too much. You have to remember when eating pizza that your bs will rise later because of the fat delaying absorption. For me when I go out pizza is one of the things I look for unless I can find some good meat on the menu.

  3. alan_s

    sixsticks:
    We recently found a local higher end Italian restaurant that prepares their pizza dough fresh each day.
    They offer an option of whole wheat crust. The pizza is made ultra thin...I'm talking practically paper thin, never saw a thin crust like this before.
    Last week I decided to try it. Just a cheese pizza with fresh garlic...always was my favorite.
    I was extremely apprehensive to see what my BG would be after eating one and a half slices and a salad.
    At 1 hour my BG was 128, at 2 hours it was 115.
    I did not eat the outer crust. Obviously, I have no way of knowing the calories, wish I did as I calorie count as well.
    Has anyone else had favorable results with pizzas? Pizza was always one of my favorite things to eat.
    Sounds good. Nice to see some restaurants meeting the need. I make my own ultra-thin crust pizza and get good post-meal results from that.

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Ingredients: 2 Cups whole wheat flour 1 1/3 cups warm water 1 tsp sugar 1.5 tbsp active yeast 1/2 tsp salt 2 tsp olive oil 1/3 cup flour for dusting/kneading Toppings: Hand full fresh basil + for garnish 1 tomatoes,sliced 1 cup mozzarella cheese 1 tbsp fresh oregano 8-10 sliced mushroom Method: In a large bowl add flour,yeast,salt and sugar and combine well. Add warm water to the flour mixture and combine until flour just come together.Add olive oil and make smooth ball and rest for 30 minutes. After 30 minutes the dough should have doubled in size. Now dust the work surface and knead dough well for 3-5 minutes until soft. Make a soft ball,cover and rest for another 5 minutes. Press into pizza crust and add your favorite toppings or pasta sauce,sliced mushrooms, mozzarella cheese,fresh oregano,tomatoes and whole basil leaves. Bake for 20 minutes at 400 degree F.Until pizza is done. Garnish with fresh sliced basil. Notes: 1. You can also divide the dough into two and make two medium pizzas. ( I made large thick crust pizza) 2. Add any choice of toppings. PLS FOLLOW ME N LIKE MY FB PAGE https://www.facebook.com/COOK-WITH-NA... Pls subscribe to my channel and share: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBwT... Follow me on pinterest https://www.pinterest.com/cookwithnan...

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... Continue reading >>

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  1. sixsticks

    We recently found a local higher end Italian restaurant that prepares their pizza dough fresh each day.
    They offer an option of whole wheat crust. The pizza is made ultra thin...I'm talking practically paper thin, never saw a thin crust like this before.
    Last week I decided to try it. Just a cheese pizza with fresh garlic...always was my favorite.
    I was extremely apprehensive to see what my BG would be after eating one and a half slices and a salad.
    At 1 hour my BG was 128, at 2 hours it was 115.
    I did not eat the outer crust. Obviously, I have no way of knowing the calories, wish I did as I calorie count as well.
    Has anyone else had favorable results with pizzas? Pizza was always one of my favorite things to eat.

  2. dale92

    I love pizza also! I have it almost every day as a staple for me. For home made pizza I found some large tortilla shells to use as a crust at a Sam's Club, Sante Fe Tortilla shells I believe is the name. Very low carb shells with a little pizza sauce and cheese adding some toppings occasionally seems to satisfy my pizza cravings. When I go out to eat I look for very thin crust pizza and a slice or two usually doesn't raise my bs too much. You have to remember when eating pizza that your bs will rise later because of the fat delaying absorption. For me when I go out pizza is one of the things I look for unless I can find some good meat on the menu.

  3. alan_s

    sixsticks:
    We recently found a local higher end Italian restaurant that prepares their pizza dough fresh each day.
    They offer an option of whole wheat crust. The pizza is made ultra thin...I'm talking practically paper thin, never saw a thin crust like this before.
    Last week I decided to try it. Just a cheese pizza with fresh garlic...always was my favorite.
    I was extremely apprehensive to see what my BG would be after eating one and a half slices and a salad.
    At 1 hour my BG was 128, at 2 hours it was 115.
    I did not eat the outer crust. Obviously, I have no way of knowing the calories, wish I did as I calorie count as well.
    Has anyone else had favorable results with pizzas? Pizza was always one of my favorite things to eat.
    Sounds good. Nice to see some restaurants meeting the need. I make my own ultra-thin crust pizza and get good post-meal results from that.

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