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- Jul 13, 2010
The issue I saw in the few I looked at is they were "cauliflower crusts" aka 1/3 cauliflower and 2/3 regular crust. More marketing than substance.Yeah, you're right, they're high in carbs. Everything processed -- to my knowledge -- that is marketed as gluten-free is a carb bomb with starch additives galore.
I have made it myself using an egg, olive oil, and a (chopped) cauliflower in a blender. It's not difficult, but sort of a pain to deal with. It's better than store bought which apparently uses only stems (the big core) and added starches.
I only drink a sugary soda pop maybe once a month, but my step-dad loved Boylans and he always had several different flavors in the big cooler at big family shindig, so I loved them too....now I miss my Mom and step-dad.. but thanks for the nostalgia it kicked in for a minute.I tried the Boylan Soda for lunch the was recommended earlier. Black Cherry. It's good.
If you've not done the tortilla pizza crust before, bake them first to crisp them up. Oil pan with a little olive oil, place torts, brush on some more olive oil sprinkle with a little Italian seasoning. Bake until they're starting to turn brown. Let them cool before adding sauce.The issue I saw in the few I looked at is they were "cauliflower crusts" aka 1/3 cauliflower and 2/3 regular crust. More marketing than substance.
Agree on making your own, quite a pain to get the right consistency. Taste is meh.
I like InVol's idea of using the low carb tortillas. Already use them for everything else.
We've also become huge proponents of homemade pizza on Naan bread. Nope, it isn't keto friendly, but better than a big regular crust and deeelicious. One pizza comes out to about 700 calories with cheese and toppings...about 2 slices of regular pizza worth of calories.
Polk was born in NC