Low Carb Frozen Pizza

By August 20, 2016pizza, pizza crust

Low Carb Frozen Pizza

IMG_8446.CR2Check out this awesome new low carb frozen pizza below. But first, a testimony.

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Low Carb Frozen Pizza

I grew up in Medford, Wisconsin, home of the first frozen pizza: Tombstone! It started in a bar located across the street from a graveyard.

My dad worked at the bar making pizzas for his friend who owned it. When the pizzas started to get popular, my dad’s friend asked him if he wanted to be a part of the business. He politely said no, since my grandpa owned a plumbing and heating business and my dad always knew that he was destined to be a plumber (which he is to this day, as are my brothers). But it does make me think of the “butterfly effect” and how my destiny could have been different if he had said yes! I’m happy he declined, though—not only because I love my job, but also because I know how to fix plumbing and lay in-floor heating!

Anyway, Craig and I grew up on frozen pizza. It was even our school lunch on Fridays!

Low Carb Frozen Pizza

I am always looking for easy and tasty ketogenic meal options for those of you who are on-the-go all the time or do not like to cook. So when I saw this frozen pizza, I knew I had to try it out for you! They are little personal single serving frozen pizzas!

When Craig took his first bite, he said, “It has that special flavor that reminds me of Tombstone!” There is something really tasty about that flavor! We all really really loved it! Of course, Craig added more Asiago cheese and bacon to his pizza! lol

Low Carb Frozen Pizza

Sure, I don’t mind making my homemade low carb crusts for my family, but when I do, I make at least 6 of them and freeze the extras because it takes a lot of time to prep and make!

I always made homemade ketogenic pizzas because we never had such an amazing frozen pizza option like you do now! The crust is made of chicken breasts, Parmesan and broth! How inventive!!!

So if you are like me and would rather be enjoying the outdoors, I highly suggest checking out this awesome product! It came packed with dry-ice which was also fun to play with. If the shipping costs seems too much, I highly suggest asking your local health food store or grocery store to carry these tasty pizzas!
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Low Carb Frozen Pizza

32 Comments

  • DonnaZ says:

    I have looked all over & can not find a price. This is a dumb question, but… Where do I look to find the cost?

  • Brooke says:

    DonnaZ….. You go to ‘order pizza’ its at the top of the website near account, us vs them, etc. FREE SHIPPING!!! I need a chest freezer before I can order some real good pizza.. I’m wondering Maria, how did they taste?? Considering they only sell them by the case (minimum of 2), hopefully delicious! 🙂

  • Willie says:

    And shipping is free!

  • Ilisa Ailts says:

    Maria, Does Hudson Fresh and Natural carry them yet? 🙂

  • Wow this is pretty high protein:)

  • Anonymous says:

    This has 990mg of sodium…..definitely processed food……I dread the feeling after eating them as it is not in the healthy category. I kinda thought we were aiming for healthy eating.For me my legs would get tight and my fingers would swell! I never had a sodium problem until I started on your healthyfied recommendations last year Maria….and now I am paying for it……I am very disappointed at the lack of concern for eating and making such high sodium recipes on this blog?

  • Rhonda says:

    Maria, don’t you DARE take “Anonymous'” comment personally!!! You have helped soooo many people, including me, learn to eat healthy and in no way were you recommending a steady diet of this pizza! EVERY BODY is different, including theirs, and if they can’t tolerate it, then AVOID it! It’s cowardly to post derogatory comments intended to hurt someone and then not sign their name! I just want you to know that you are very much loved! Keep on keepin’ on!

  • Anna says:

    Thank you for posting this! Can’t wait to try ’em. I have chronic lyme, and I’m often too tired to make proper meals.

  • Darlene says:

    I don’t get why there are comments about shipping costs, when it says on the website that shipping is free?

  • Mary says:

    Hi Maria, I have several of your cookbooks and I love them. The whole family really likes the chocolate protein bars but no one likes the strawberry cheesecake ones and I think it is from the cocoa butter. It does not seem as strong a flavor in the chocolate ones. Is there a substitute I can use in the strawberry ones? Thank you!

  • Teresa says:

    I love your recipes, but sometimes it’s nice to be able to buy something decent that is already prepared. Thank you for sharing this. And, as far as the sodium goes, I need the extra sodium when I’m doing Keto – carbs cause me swelling, not salt. Just remember that you can’t help everyone all the time. Most of us know that if we have dietary restrictions, it doesn’t mean that others won’t be happy with the information. Thanks again!

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