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Thanks! I hope I can try it on Saturday.

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That's what I did with my cauliflower. I just popped it in the food processor. Worked great!

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What's the quickest way to grate the cauliflower? I wonder if my barely used food processor will do that? Had surgery on my hand today, so will be mostly one-handed for the next two weeks.

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hmmmmmm says it is at a lot of our stores......Going to have to check it out, thanks for the heads up on that. I sure hope there isn't soy in this. lol Seems like they put soy in everything.

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You could. It's really yummy!

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Wow, I just want to eat the "bread"!

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oh wow, you found a clean yogurt one already made???? Lucky you!!!!!! I haven't found anything like that around here. I'm going to look it up, Thanks!

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I use Bolthouse yogurt dressing. It's usually in the refridgerated section of the produce department. I have even seen it at Walmart in the produce section.
bolthouse.com/our-products/dressings
Funny enough. The website says 45 calories per serving. But my bottle says 25 calories per serving. I'm in Canada.

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Excited to try this! Where would I find the yogurt based ranch dressing? I've tried a few different versions and haven't found one I'm thrilled with

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I'm also doing low GI.
The cauliflower bread is great on it's own. I had some yesterday.
Of course after you put toppings on it, you will need a knife and fork to eat it. It won't stand up to toppings. lol But it is quite tasty.
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So this actually works? I've read about doing this but haven't done it as of yet. I am going to have to since my husband and I both are on a low GI new way of eating and clean eating is the key! Thanks

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Here's the crust recipe:
recipes.sparkpeople.com/recipe-detail.asp?
recipe=2232221


Here's the toppings:


1 slice nitrate free bacon, diced
150 grams diced, chicken breast
1 cup fresh spinach
1/2 cup chopped tomatoes
1//4 cup tomato sauce
1/3 cup mozzarella cheese, grated (30 grams)
1 tbsp yogurt based ranch dressing


I preheated the broiler. Then cooked the bacon in a skillet. Added the chicken. When the meat was cooked through I added the spinach until it had wilted.
Then I assembled the pizza. First the sauce, then the meat mixture. Topped with the tomatoes and cheese.
I put this under the broiler until it was nicely browned. 10 minutes maybe?
Then I drizzled with the ranch dressing.

Serves 1-2

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