I didn't take any photos of my own preparation because I was in a bit of a rush to get out of the house for a night with the girls, but the blogger gives a great breakdown of how to do it yourself. I followed her instructions to make four crusts for pizza and breadsticks.
The first pair of pizza crusts turned out darker than I had planned, which I blame on our temperamental oven and the hybrid parchment/foil paper I used. I think the foil side of the paper may have conducted too much heat. But it was still quite delicious, prepared per instructions with cheese and low-carb tomato sauce. (Rao's is our favorite sauce, by the way, and is found at my local Safeway and Target.) I wasn't able to find fat-free mozzarella, per the plan, so I had to cheat and use a reduced-fat version. And I was able to find the nutritional yeast in the bulk section of a local health food store.
The breadsticks turned out a little less done than they probably should've been because I was worried about them ending up like the first pizza crusts so I took them out a little earlier, but they were fine when I used them as the "bread" for a sandwich yesterday.
Brent loved the pizza, and although it wasn't Em's dinner for the night, she loved the tastes she took. She ate a bunch of my sandwich yesterday when she saw I had used the breadsticks.
This recipe is a definite new favorite in our house.
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