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Chicken Crust Pizza

Have you been craving pizza, but don't want all the carbs and fat?

Try making a pizza crust out of ground chicken!
Here is what you will need:



1 lb ground chicken
1/2-1 cup of fat free mozzarella
1/4 cup of reduced fat Parmesan cheese
Turkey pepperoni (or toppings of your choice)
1 tablespoon of onion powder
1 tablespoon of garlic salt
2 tablespoons of Italian seasoning
Parchment paper

Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.

In a bowl, mix the ground chicken, seasonings, Parmesan cheese and eggs.  You can use a whole egg, or two egg whites only.  It is up to you.  You can also add in 1/8 a cup of the fat free mozzarella if you like a cheesy crust.

Once the mixture is combined well, place it onto a parchment lined baking sheet.

Then, place another piece of parchment paper on top and begin pressing the chicken into the shape of the pizza crust.  The trick to this is to press it as thin and evenly spread as you can while still being able to peel off the top piece of parchment paper, without getting much chicken stuck to the top paper.

Putting a little non-stick cooking spray on the top piece of parchment paper before you lay it down can help you pull it off easier.

Now, place your crust into the oven for 20-25 minutes or until the chicken is cooked thoroughly.

Finally, spread on some marinara and sprinkle on the remaining fat free mozzarella cheese.  You can add whatever healthy toppings you would like.  This pizza has turkey pepperoni, but the possibilities are endless!

Bake for 8-10 more minutes and enjoy!


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