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Okay, I wanted pizza tonight. I remembered I had some flour tortillas in the fridge...just 15g of carbs, so 1 carb serving. I put a bit of spaghetti sauce on it and then topped it with mozzerella cheese. I popped it in the oven at 350 for about 7 minutes till the cheese was nice and toasty brown. Next time I'll add some veggies to it, but I just had a craving for cheese pizza.
Not the lowest carb count, but it helps with the need for pizza!
I tried this. Well, a variation of it. I looked online and found a recipe that said I should place one shell on top of another. I tried it and the top shell ended up curling up and not really sticking to the bottom shell. So it didn't really work out the way I'd wanted it to. Probably because I didn't brush the shells with EVOO like the recipe called for.
I think if I tried it with just one shell and some mushrooms or something, it might be really tasty!
I thought about doing this today but the cheese isn't just a protein it's a fat and to get a good covering I'd need to put more on there than would be one serving.
I used to make tortilla pizzas all the time as a kid. I'd use two tortillas and put everything into one of those double sandwich makers (I've seen them at Wal-Mart for $10) and that closes it all nicely while still heating the sauce and melting the cheese.
I've been doing this for years for my kids as an occasional lunch--they love it My oldest has been bugging me for a while to have this for lunch soon so I really should pick up the ingredients I make up my own pizza sauce by mixing tomato paste with olive oil and basil/oregano--we like our sauce a bit thicker! And then I add a layer of spinach before I add the cheese--my kids like the taste of the spinach on their pizza but if they see it, they don't want to eat it