Pizza Pot Pie
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PIZZA POT PIE
I was watching the Food Network show, “The Best Thing I Ever Ate” and I was inspired by a dish one of the chef’s mentioned. It was a Pizza Pot Pie he found in Chicago.
When he described how she made it I thought…”Hey, I can make that ‘healthified’!”
My husband always teases me that when I get an idea in my head I can’t wait; I must make it ASAP. Even if I just cleaned the kitchen. But to me it is fun, I love cooking and when you create something as tasty as this, the mess is totally worth it!
Kai loved this dish so much he had 2 for dinner!
FAMILY TIP: These are fun to make with the family! I let my kids pick what fillings they wanted.
These also make tasty leftovers!
Pizza Pot Pie
- 1 recipe Toasted Sub Bread click here for recipe and to see video
- 10 slices cheese provalone/munster, presliced
- PIZZA FILLINGS:
- Sauteed mushrooms
- Italian sausage cooked
- Sliced Olives
- Diced onion
- 2 cups marinara/pizza sauce
- Freshly chopped parsley
- Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. In a medium sized bowl, combine the almond flour, psyllium powder (no substitutes: flaxseed meal won’t work), baking powder and salt. Mix until dry ingredients are well combined. Add in the eggs and vinegar and mix until a thick dough. Add boiling water or marinara into the bowl. Mix until well combined and dough firms up.
- Form into 5 balls and set aside.
- Grease 5 ramekins. Place 2 slices of cheese on the bottom of each ramekin to cover completely. Add your desired pizza toppings to fill to the top of the ramekin.
- Pour pizza sauce on the toppings.
- Take one ball of dough and flatten with your hand or a rolling pin and roll out to cover the top of the ramekin making sure it overlaps the greased lip of the ramekin.
- Bake for 20-30 minutes or until the dough is completely cooked through.
- Remove from oven, invert onto a plate. Remove ramekin, garnish with herbs if desired and enjoy!
Traditional Pizza Pot Pie = 489 calories, 20.3g fat, 12g protein, 65g carbs, 2g fiber
"Healthified" Pizza Pot Pie (with Italian sausage) = 364 calories, 25.8g fat, 21g protein, 21g carbs, 14g fiber
Basically an upside down Pizza! I think I’ll try this without the breading on top 🙂
You are awesome!! Had lunch out w hubby the other day and he ordered Chicken Pot Pie. 🙁 While my grilled salmon and veggies and lovely salad were delish… can’t say I didn’t long for a bite of that pie. And now this! So I’ll be trying the pizza version for sure, and also working on a chicken and veggies in cream sauce version. 🙂 Thank you!
What do you recommend for an egg supplement? I’ve been encouraged to cut dairy, gluten and eggs (the hardest part!).
I would try this. 🙂
Hi Maria. This looks fsntastic! I would say it might be for supper tonight but I have to make your biscuits and gravy for my husband tonight! Maybe tomorrow… Thanks for all your amazing recipes!
What size ramekins do you use?
About 4 inch. 😉
This look so good… I want it right now.
will it cook right if i make it like a normal pie, with crust on the bottom and sides, too?
Hmm, not sure. I haven’t tired it. Let me know if you do. 🙂
I make Maria’s amazing bread recipe (sub-bread) into 8 rolls instead of a loaf. If you flatten them out more before you bake, they make a gread pizza crust. Then add the pizza toppings afterwards and just broil a bit to melt the cheese. Actually, I slice a roll in half like an English muffin and can then have 2 pizzas!
I just discovered psyllium husk powder and am glad I bought it! This looks delicious and I’m so excited to try it.
I was just in my garden and thought about all of the great ways I can use my tomatoes–with your recipes.
Have you ever done any canning or tried making homemade pizza sauce/marinara etc? I have basil, oregano, cilantro, chives, and lots of tomatoes to work with so I am feeling like this could be kind and healthy!
Yes, I have an awesome marinara sauce in my slow cooker book. 🙂