Good Alternative to Pizza

i have a pretty good alternative to pizza if you are trying stay away from gluten or heavy carbs.
Scramble 1-2 eggs
Low fat Mozzarella cheese
Turkey sausage
Classico pizza sauce
Pepper rings or anything else you want to add. (0nions..peppers etc)
I like to cook until the eggs and cheese are well done gives it more of the pizza taste ( I think ) . Let me know your thoughts. If I eat for breakfast keeps me full for a long time.
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  • kshadows
    kshadows Posts: 1,315 Member
    How about.....no. You can't replace pizza. Especially not with freaking eggs.
  • buckeye213
    buckeye213 Posts: 49 Member
    Oh yes you can
  • sjaplo
    sjaplo Posts: 974 Member
    What you've made right there is a frittata.
  • buckeye213
    buckeye213 Posts: 49 Member
    Cool.. Good to know
  • JoRocka
    JoRocka Posts: 17,552 Member
    sounds like a great egg breakfast.

    but I see's no pizza.
  • Lasmartchika
    Lasmartchika Posts: 3,440 Member
    That's not pizza, well alternative to pizza... that's some form of huevos rancheros. :noway:
  • buckeye213
    buckeye213 Posts: 49 Member
    Pizza sauce ,cheese ,sausage ,peppers ,only thing missing is the dough the bad stuff if you have a gluten allergy
  • lishie_rebooted
    lishie_rebooted Posts: 2,993 Member
    buckeye213 wrote: »
    Pizza sauce ,cheese ,sausage ,peppers ,only thing missing is the dough the bad stuff if you have a gluten allergy

    Do you have a gluten allergy?


    Also well done eggs? *vomits*
  • buckeye213
    buckeye213 Posts: 49 Member
    That's why my posting says "Alternative"
  • buckeye213
    buckeye213 Posts: 49 Member
    603reader wrote: »
    buckeye213 wrote: »
    Pizza sauce ,cheese ,sausage ,peppers ,only thing missing is the dough the bad stuff if you have a gluten allergy

    Do you have a gluten allergy?


    Also well done eggs? *vomits*

  • lishie_rebooted
    lishie_rebooted Posts: 2,993 Member
    buckeye213 wrote: »
    That's why my posting says "Alternative"

    An overcooked frittata is not an alternative to pizza.
    It's an overcooked frittata.
    I love frittatas but they're not a substitute to pizza.

    Just make gluten free dough for pizza and stop overcooking your eggs.
  • buckeye213
    buckeye213 Posts: 49 Member
    No but my wife does, she has celiac disease .
  • mockchoc
    mockchoc Posts: 6,573 Member
    Shhh.. poor buckeye. Thank you for sharing your gluten free version. Love that your doggy gets in the pool and loves it. Mine hates it.
  • buckeye213
    buckeye213 Posts: 49 Member
    But I feel a ton better when I don't eat bread or food with a lot of gluten
  • Archon2
    Archon2 Posts: 462 Member
    The Italian part of me just died.
  • buckeye213
    buckeye213 Posts: 49 Member
    I have 2 labs and they are in the water all the time, the water could be 50 or 60 degrees in the winter they don't care
  • buckeye213
    buckeye213 Posts: 49 Member
    I am half Italian and half Greek and I am still alive...haha
  • MyChocolateDiet
    MyChocolateDiet Posts: 22,282 Member
    Now i want pizza, with a frittata on the side. Don't they have gluten free crust like at trader joes or something?
  • buckeye213
    buckeye213 Posts: 49 Member
    They do this is easier to fix less time and I think with all the ingredients I mention taste the same minus the bloat... Haha
  • lishie_rebooted
    lishie_rebooted Posts: 2,993 Member
    Now i want pizza, with a frittata on the side. Don't they have gluten free crust like at trader joes or something?

    I haven't seen one there but I'm not looking.
    They probably do since it's fairly mainstream now.
    A regular grocery store probably does as well.

    Heres a recipe: http://minimalistbaker.com/the-best-gluten-free-pizza-crust-sauce/