Friday night pizza is a mainstay in our home! And Autumn enjoys her keto pizza right along with her brothers and sisters, she even makes a glass of her favorite ‘soda” to go with it! Here is a step by step guide on how we make it:
These are the ingredients:
Remember that each person will have differing amounts of each ingredient depending upon what ratio they are on (i.e. 4:1 or 3:1 etc.) and calorie needs. (Click on “Recipes” tab for this pizza in a 3:1 ratio.)
Step 1: Mix together proper ratio of Macadamia nut butter, Olive oil, Mayo and a sprinkle of garlic salt.
Step 2: Beat proper ratio of egg white until stiff and then stir into macadamia nut mixture
Step 3: Spread mixture out – into a circle, rectangle or whatever you like- on a parchment paper lined cookie sheet.
Put this into 350 degree oven and bake for 10 minutes
While pizza is baking, you can prepare your sauce and cheese. We pour a can of tomato sauce into ice cube trays and freeze. When frozen we store them in a plastic bag. Whenever it is time to make pizza we take one out and melt it on the stove, then measure on scale.
Step 5: Measure Cheese
Take pizza out of oven and spread on sauce and cheese. If your ratio allows, you may add onions, peppers, mushrooms etc.. Bake for an additional 10 minutes.
Autumn has a salad (lettuce) at lunch and dinner. With pizza, she has a Caesar salad with bacon bits and cheese (sometimes she puts her bacon on her pizza). We buy Hormel no nitrate and no bht bacon, fry it and then freeze it. When she needs bacon for anything we just take out a piece and measure what we need. Hormel bacon strips have more fat than any other processed bacon bits you might buy and that is why we use it.
Autumn also likes to make “soda” to enjoy with her pizza. We use plain carbonated water, flavored stevia drops and just a bit of truvia or sweet leaf stevia powder. She has lots of fun with all the different flavors!
So it’s time to serve up the pizza, salad and soda!!!! And for dessert she will be deciding on a chocolate shake, Cheesecake Berry Crunch or perhaps peanut butter cups and chocolates….more recipe posts to follow!