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Keto/Low Carb Cheesebuns Breakfast Pizza with White Sauce

This is my #cheesebuns recipe, made into one big low carb 🍕pizza dough🍕! We used to have breakfast pizza every weekend. I would bake a bunch of doughs at once then freeze them. Come Saturday morning just pull one from the freezer, add toppings/cheese, bake until the cheese is melted. It's the convenience of frozen pizza, but with fresh toppings. . On this one is a homemade "white sauce", mozarella, breakfast sausage, bacon and scrambled eggs. For the sauce I simmered some butter, cream cheese, grated parmesan, garlic, chives, salt and pepper then just spread it all over the fully baked dough before adding the toppings. 🤤 . Swipe the picture 👉 to see my "Cheesebuns" recipe card and pictures of the pizza building process. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #keto #lowcarb #food #recipes #ketoaf #foodporn #homemade #yum #instafood #picoftheday #mealoftheday #foodgasm #omad #onemealaday #if #intermittentfasting #fasting #foodie #extendedfasting #delicious #getinmybelly #bodybybacon #breakfast #ketobreakfast #pizza #breakfastpizza #cheeseisthenewbread

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Keto/Low Carb Cheesebuns & Cheesebuns Pizza

Swipe 👉 to see the updated #cheesebuns recipe AND macros. This recipe is used to make hot dog/burger/sandwich buns AND a (very) low carb 🍕pizza dough🍕. . ★ NET CARBS ★ The net carbs are *less than half* of what I previously calculated. 🎉🎉🎉 Those numbers were based on products I used a loooooong time ago, when I first came up with cheesebuns. Based on the products I'm currently using, it's only 0.5 NET CARBS PER BUN, and 2 NET CARBS for an ENTIRE pizza crust. 🙊🙊🙊 . ★ PARMESAN ★ The recipe called for shredded parmesan, but has been updated to reflect that you *can* use either shredded or grated parmesan. However grated is 1) more likely to already be in your fridge, 2) based on recent findings, lower in carb, and 3) much, much cheaper. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #keto #lowcarb #food #recipes #ketoaf #foodporn #homemade #yum #instafood #picoftheday #mealoftheday #foodgasm #omad #onemealaday #if #intermittentfasting #fasting #foodie #extendedfasting #delicious #getinmybelly #bodybybacon #cheeseisthenewbread #ketopizza #pizza #ketobread #cheesebunspizza

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Beef & Nacho Cheese Chalupas

You’ve seen the supreme chicken chalupa (my favorite), and here is the beef-y nacho chees-y version!

In the chalupas are seasoned ground beef, lettuce, tomato, and our homemade low carb nacho cheese sauce. They were also fried in bacon grease. As the toppings are all to taste and not part of a whole recipe, the macros and directions below are only for the chalupa shells and queso/nacho cheese sauce.

To make the shells, preheat oven to 350°F.
In a medium size bowl, combine 1½ cups mozarella and 1 egg.
Stir to combine.
Microwave mozarella and egg for one minute.
👉👉No, this does not cook the egg.👈👈
Add ¾ cups almond flour to the melted mozarella and egg mixture.
Stir to combine.
Separate dough into 4 portions and roll out into circles.
Bake 15 minutes.
Heat ¼ cup bacon grease (or oil) in a small pan on medium-high.
Add chalupas to grease (or oil), fry 1 minute per side or until desired crispness. Remove from pan and lay on paper towel to soak up the excess grease. Fold the dough in half to solidify the shape.

Macros for each chalupa shell (recipe makes 4):
Calories = 278
Fat = 21.5
Total Carbs = 5.25 | Net Carbs = 3
Protein = 18.25

To make the queso/nacho cheese sauce: 4 slices of American Cheese slices torn up, 2 tbsp of low carb salsa and 1-2 tbsp bacon grease (or butter if you don’t save your grease). Microwave for 1 minute, stir, then microwave another 30-60 seconds.

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Chicken Chalupas

This was ALWAYS what I would get at Taco Bell, and now we made them low carb! It’s a modified version of what you may know as “fat head dough”. We always leave out the cream cheese to not only save carbs/calories, but to make the dough less sticky and therefor easier to work with.

In the chalupas are chicken, lettuce, tomato, shredded cheese, and sour cream. They were also fried in bacon grease. As the toppings are all to taste and not part of a recipe, the macros and directions below are for the chalupa shells only.

Ingredients:
1½ cups shredded mozarella
1 egg
¾ cups almond flour
¼ cup bacon grease (or frying oil)

Directions:
Preheat oven to 350°F.
Melt mozarella and egg in microwave for one minute.
Add almond flour.
Separate dough into 4 portions and roll out into circles. Bake 15 minutes.
Heat bacon grease (or oil) in a small pan on medium-high.
Add chalupas to grease (or oil), fry 1 minute per side or until desired crispness.
Remove from pan and lay on paper towel to soak up the excess grease. Fold the dough in half to solidify the shape. Repeat x 3.
Fill with toppings.

Macros & Pricing:
Based on the products we used, the cost of these ingredients will be roughly $1.87 and make 4 chalupa shells.
Per chalupa shell:
Calories = 278
Fat = 21.5
Total Carbs = 5.25 | Net Carbs = 3
Protein = 18.25

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Mini Pepperoni Pizzas

Sometimes smaller is just more fun! We used your average fat head dough recipe (sans cream cheese – it’s not necessary), and of course our whoopie pie pan.

Dough
1½ cups Shredded Mozarella cheese
1 large egg
¾ cups almond flour

Toppings
48 pepperonis (4 per pizza)
¼ cup low carb marinara sauce
1 cup shredded mozarella.

Directions:
Preheat oven to 350F.
Melt 1½ cups mozzarella and the egg in microwave for 60 seconds.
Stir almond flour into melted cheese mixture to form the dough. Separate dough into 12 sections, roll into balls. Place in greased whoopie pie pan (or parchment paper lined cookie sheet). Bake for 15-20 minutes.
Top with marinara, shredded mozzarella and pepperoni.
Bake another 5-10 minutes.

Macros & Pricing:
Based on the products we used, the cost of these ingredients will be roughly $3.94 and make 12 pizzas.
Per pizza:
Calories = 160.2
Fat = 12.6g
Total Carbs = 2.3g | Net Carbs = 1.5g
Protein = 10.2g