Frozen Crustless Pizza aka Low Carb Pizza (Recipe)

For a couple of years now, I’ve been making crustless pizza. We call them Pizza Bowls and everyone here gets excited about it when they are on the menu, except the eldest. According to him, pizza without crust is “Unnatural”.

Last month, when I wrote up my second $25 Dollar Tree menu, I called them Crustless Pizza, which makes more sense for many people. So here I am, going to put the recipe separately with a twist on cooking them as convenience food frozen pizza. I tried it out today and it works GREAT.

One reason I make these is because, while I really love LC pizza crusts, it’s not uncommon for nuts to be something that can stall weight loss, and that includes almond flour crusts. It’s also not uncommon for large quantities cheese to stall weight loss, and another main ingredient in many crusts is cheese. It’s easy to keep track of your cheese intake by doing it this way, and there are no nuts.

Frozen Crustless Pizza Recipe:

If you’re going to cook these straight from fresh, preheat the oven to 425.

To make these to stick in the freezer, you need some freezer to oven type pans. I used some aluminum pans that come with flimsy-but-acceptable cardboard lids. I made three of these, two in regular round cake pans, and one in an aluminum pan with a lid (which I froze overnight). I ate that one, myself, because I am my own beta tester.
You start with your sauce. Add 1/4 cup of sauce to your pan and spread it around. Then add your toppings. I used cooked Italian sausage, pepperoni, Canadian bacon, bacon, olives, mushrooms, peppers, and onions.

Glorious cheese! I added about half a cup per pizza.

For frozen: You put the lid on next and put it in the freezer. If you use some other type of pan, just use foil. To cook from frozen, throw away the paper lid.

To cook them straight from fresh, put them in your preheated, 425 oven and bake for 10-15 minutes, till the cheese is gooey and melted. Eat it with a fork, straight from the pan.
To cook from frozen, take them from the freezer and throw away the lid. Then put it into your preheated, 425 oven, but cook for closer to 20 minutes. You can take them out of the freezer and thaw them beforehand, but if you do, then use the directions for cooking from fresh.
And that’s it! These stack up well in the pans and can be an easy item to pull out of the freezer on a busy night and cook in just a short amount of time so you’re just minutes away from hot, gooey deliciousness.

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