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Chicken Broccoli Pizza (Low Carb)

Chicken Broccoli Pizza (Low Carb) created by londongavchick

This recipe is taken from Recipe 84516, Low Carb Pizza, which is very tasty. I made some modifications to lower the number of calories. The original called for heavy cream, but most grocery stores now carry low-carb milk (Hood brand, green and blue cartons). Chicken and broccoli are a great finish on this "crust".

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  • Preheat oven to 375.
  • Beat together half the cream cheese, milk, and eggs until smooth. Add any seasonings you want.
  • Spray 9X13 pan with cooking spray or oil.
  • Place 2 cups mozzerella cheese in bottom of pan.
  • Pour egg mixture over cheese.
  • Bake for 30 minutes.
  • Meanwhile, steam the chicken and broccoli and cut into small pieces.
  • Remove crust from oven and spread the remaining cream cheese on top.
  • Put chicken and broccoli on cream cheese layer, then cover with remaining cup of mozzarella cheese.
  • Bake another 5-10 minutes until cheese is melted.
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"This recipe is taken from Recipe 84516, Low Carb Pizza, which is very tasty. I made some modifications to lower the number of calories. The original called for heavy cream, but most grocery stores now carry low-carb milk (Hood brand, green and blue cartons). Chicken and broccoli are a great finish on this "crust"."
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  1. londongavchick
    Chicken Broccoli Pizza (Low Carb) Created by londongavchick
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  2. londongavchick
    I realized that I didn't have any cream cheese so I used non fat cottage cheese instead. This may have been the reason the "crust" didn't firm very much even after baking an extra 15 minutes. I added tomato sauce instead of the extra layer of cream cheese and topped the pizza with onions, ground turkey breast and bell pepper. For the mozzarella cheese I used garlic and herb almond cheese and this gave a really nice flavor. I added oregano and basil to the egg mixture as well. Despite being a bit more like a lasagna, it was quite tasty. I reviewed this for the adopt a chef contest.
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  3. londongavchick
    I realized that I didn't have any cream cheese so I used non fat cottage cheese instead. This may have been the reason the "crust" didn't firm very much even after baking an extra 15 minutes. I added tomato sauce instead of the extra layer of cream cheese and topped the pizza with onions, ground turkey breast and bell pepper. For the mozzarella cheese I used garlic and herb almond cheese and this gave a really nice flavor. I added oregano and basil to the egg mixture as well. Despite being a bit more like a lasagna, it was quite tasty. I reviewed this for the adopt a chef contest.
    Reply
  4. cookin from scratch
    This recipe is taken from Recipe 84516, Low Carb Pizza, which is very tasty. I made some modifications to lower the number of calories. The original called for heavy cream, but most grocery stores now carry low-carb milk (Hood brand, green and blue cartons). Chicken and broccoli are a great finish on this "crust".
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