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Low-Calorie Veggie Deep Dish Pizza

Low-Calorie Veggie Deep Dish Pizza

Type: Pizza Suitable For: Gluten freeHigh fibreHigh proteinLow calorieLow carbLow fatSlimming friendlyVegetarian

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A 268 Calorie Deep Dish Pizza? The Whole Thing?! Only If You Make It With Lo-Dough...

... Well, with little help from Eatlean cheese that is! This Lo-Dough pie is filled with a deep, thick mix of vegetable ragu. Mushrooms, red peppers and courgettes are all coated in a thick tomatoey and garlicky sauce and sat on top of and underneath a layer of the incredible low fat, high protein and high taste Eatlean Protein Cheese. The result is a rich, gorgeous and moreish pizza pie - with all the aforementioned veg, tomato sauce and cheese, you can hardly go wrong! 

Of course, you can customise this one to your heart's content, swapping in and out any vegetables as you see fit. We have a meaty version too if you fancy something a little more of that ilk! 

Low Calorie Pizza

Making A Low-Calorie, Low-Carb Pizza

By using Lo-Dough as your base, or indeed your pizza pie crust, you remove at least half of the calories usually associated with a regular pizza. At the same time, you are upping the fibre content by a minimum of 9g, just from the base alone (this pizza pie comes in at a whopping 14g of fibre!), so you will feel full and satiated for longer after eating it. 

Eatlean's cheese is the icing on the cake (well, the cheese on the pizza), being high protein and low fat, so all your macro needs are covered with this one. 

Not only that, but this pizza could easily feed two alongside a nutritious side salad and that would halve the carbs for those of you looking to keep your carbs low or your calories extra low on any given occasion. 

Lo-Dough gives you the flexibility to have pizza your way - whatever that 'way' might be - and if you like your pizzas deep-dish style, then this is the recipe for you!  

Oh yeah - for a pizza like this, we'll allow you to eat it with a knife and fork - things could get messy!