Crustless Pizza during Medifast

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So I learned about Crustless pizza years ago and have made it pretty often. My family always ask for it and have dubbed it MEATZZA! I haven't yet thought about how to make it the Medifast way, but I'll give it a shot!.

Use a round cake pan and fill the bottom with ground turkey or ground beef (lean).

Flatten it down, should be about an inch thick. Cook in the oven at 350 degrees for about 20 mins.

Remove from oven and top with Spaghetti or Pizza sauce (Look for an Medifast Approved version).

Top with some Low fat cheese.

Add your desired veggies, I LOVE it with mushrooms, olives and bell peppers.

Throw it back in the oven til the veggies look cooked..

Serve a slice on a plate and eat with a fork!.

Super yummy!..

Comments (8)

How do you weigh out the proportions of lean here? This seems like a sort of on plan idea, I'd like to make it totally on plan..

Comment #1

Not sure, Like I said I haven't thought about it the Medifast way, but I'm sure some one around here will figure it out!.

I guess measure all the meat and then cut into equal portions?.

Your "greens" will probably be minimal and you'll need to add a salad or something on the side...

Comment #2

I would suggest using a smaller pan, maybe a large ramekin. Any amount of meat used to fill the bottom of a cake pan is likely to be way more than your l&g allows, although I guess you could count it as more than one serving. Also, if you use cheese, you have to reduce the meat to accommodate for the cheese..

If you can get the protein issues worked out, it would be a great lean option...

Comment #3

I may make this tonight with ground turkey. I think I'll just measure out the correct portion and then find a pan/pyrex dish/whatever that it'll fit in. Then I'll measure out my sauce, veg & cheese. That'll totally be OP. Thanks...I haven't had anything like this since my brief stint on Atkins (years ago)...

Comment #4

I love the idea. I think it is great. Have to work to make it Medifast safe but I think it can be done...

Comment #5

1 pound of 96/4 ground beef normally gives me 3 servings cooked, so you could use that as a guide?..

Comment #6

You're welcome! Hope you enjoy!.

I don't have a working oven, so I only make this when I'm at a friend or familys house, so I haven't tried it yet on MF, I'll have to start looking for a small piece of cookware to do invdividuals in! YUM...

Comment #7

Remember that, unlike Atkins, you need to reduce your meat per oz by however many oz of cheese you put on it...

Comment #8

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.


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