Sunday, April 29, 2012

Perfect Chicken Alfredo Spinach Pizza

I have made other cauliflower crust pizzas (even with the same toppings) before but this one is perfect and perfectly on plan. And oh so delicious! 


The crust:
1 bag of frozen Kroger Cauliflower
3 Green Servings (90 g cooked from frozen cauliflower = 1 serving. The cooked weight for the entire bag is 270 grams which equals 3 green servings.)
7/8 cup low fat Mozzarella cheese
7/8 Lean Serving (the cheese I used is 6g fat per oz.)
1/4 cup Kirkland Real Eggs or Egg Beaters
1/8 Leanest Serving
1 tsp Seasoning Salt (optional)
2 condiment
Spray of Olive Oil from Misto or Pam
10 sec spray is 1 condiment




Each crust is 1.5 green servings, 1/2 lean serving and 1.5 condiments.

Preheat over to 450 degrees. Line cookie sheet with parchment paper & spray lightly with olive oil.  In a food processor, blend all the ingredients together. Spread out on cookie sheet.

Bake for 35 minutes or until  browned.


Toppings:
3 oz chicken breast 
(1/2 Leaner)
1/8 cup Light Parmesan Alfredo Sauce
(1 condiment. A Condiment Choice should provide 1 g of carbohydrate or less and 1/8 cup is 30 calories & 1 g carbs)

3/4 cup of cooked Spinach 
(142.5 grams = 3/4 cup = 1.5 green)


Heat in oven for another 5 minutes. Remove from oven & enjoy!  
Each pizza = 1 lean, 3 green, 2.5 condiments











10 comments:

Susan Godfrey said...

Can't wait to try it. One question though:

Do you cook the colliflower before blending it? If so how long?

Susan

Cody Jo said...

Good question! :) I use frozen cauliflower and cook it in the microwave for about 6-8 minutes with a bit of water.

Anonymous said...

I make it with raw/fresh cauliflower and do not cook it.

I've never thought of those toppings... looks really good!!

Donnis said...

This is fantastic! I even had company and everyone loved it. They at first were a little hesitant but after one bite they were sold and ate a pizza each. They even asked for the recipe to make at home. This was a home run. Next time I may make it for lunch and cut it in half and eat one half for lunch and one for dinner. I was really full.
Thanks Cody for this wonderful recipe!

Anonymous said...

This was unbelievable!! Even my college age son liked it!!!

Zoey Silver said...

Are the toppings listed for both crusts combined or is it 3 ounces of chicken and 1/8 cup sauce for each individual crust?

deals4kate said...

I'm still perfecting my technique on this one, but wanted to thank you for this recipe - there's a lot out there for lean & greens, and your site has been the first that has made me feel comfortable experimenting :-)

Yvonne said...

I made this with frozen cauliflower without cooking it first and it was great

Kaley Stehle said...

Do you cook the chicken first?

Anonymous said...

Yes