This is a sponsored conversation by NatureRaised Farms. All opinions and text are mine. Love pizza, but don’t have enough time to make a low carb crust? Try this quick and easy low carb crustless pizza that requires only three ingredients.
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Lately, there hasn’t been a lot of time to spend in the kitchen. So, I’ve been relying on quick and easy recipes to get me through the week.
A lot of times, I’ll just fry up a quick omelette with cheese. But, it gets to be pretty boring if you eat eggs for dinner every night.
To change things up, I came up with this low carb crustless pizza. It’s simply a slice of ham topped with sauce and cheese.
I used NatureRaised Farms® Uncured Ham which I found in the deli cooler at Sam’s Club. With this ham, you never have to worry about unwanted antibiotics, hormones, and growth promotants.
The sliced ham forms the crust for these little pizzas. And, you can make them in any amount you want. If I’m only making one or two, I just pop them into our toaster oven to brown the cheese.
To make more than a small serving, you just make them on a baking pan and put them under the oven broiler. It takes less than five minutes to brown up the cheese on the high broil setting.
Like most of you, I’ve already planned out the big holiday dinner. But, I’m always at a loss on what to feed guests the rest of the time.
This low carb crustless pizza made with NatureRaised Farms® Uncured Ham is something that you can make quickly serve those holiday guests. After all, who doesn’t like pizza?
I chose to make these plain and simple, but you can certainly dress them up if you’d like. Toppings like mushrooms, spinach, or bacon would be great additions.
If you’d like a no nitrate bacon, NatureRaised Farms® Uncured Hickory Smoked Bacon is a good choice. I used it in my low carb egg muffins wrapped in bacon recipe.
To keep the recipe simple, I used plain tomato sauce. But, you could use a batch of homemade low carb pizza sauce instead. Just be sure to use a sauce with no added sugar to keep carbs low.
You can also keep some of the ham slices available for those guests who want to make quick sandwiches. For a low carb option, you could always have some Soul Bread ready to go.
Want another great way to use the ham slices. I like to cut them up as an ingredient in my traditional breakfast cauliflower rice. Ham slices are a convenient low carb ingredient to have on hand!
If you would like to try the new NatureRaised Farm® Uncured Smoked Sliced Ham available at select Sam’s Club stores, check out the EatGoodCleanFun.com website. On the site, you can go to the Find a Club page to see if there’s a Sam’s Club store near you that carries this new product.
While visiting the Eat Good Clean Fun site, you can also get great ideas for how to save time on holiday cooking and have more fun. It’s all part of the NatureRaised Farms #EatGoodCleanFun campaign.
Crustless Pizza – Low Carb Ham and Cheese
Crustless Pizza – Low Carb Ham and Cheese
- 6 slices NatureRaised Farms® Uncured Smoked Ham
- 6 tablespoons tomato sauce or pizza sauce
- 6 slices mozzarella
- Lay out ham slices on a rimmed baking sheet.
- Spread one tablespoon of sauce onto each slice.
- Top off each ham slice with a slice of cheese.
- Place under broiler (or in 400°F oven) until cheese is browned.
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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Tyson Foods NatureRaised Farm. The opinions and text are all mine.