Medifast pizza dough recipe

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I just made a delicious pizza dough from the pancake mix and had to share it with you a.s.a.p. (since some of the recipes on this board have really saved me!) So easy, and soooo good!.

In your shaker jar or bowl, mix 1/4 tsp. baking powder into one package of pancake mix. Add 1/4 c. cold water and shake/mix. Refrigerate for 30 minutes..

Spread "dough" onto a greased piece of tinfoil or cookie sheet. Make it thin but not too thin (maybe 1/4 inch? thinner?) - you should be able to make about an 8" diameter round. Bake at 350 for 12-15 minutes. Keep an eye on it - the edges will get brown. Take it out before it burns!.

Then, add sauce, cheese, and whatever else (I used some vegetarian pepperoni), and toast in the toaster oven. Again, keep an eye on it so it doesn't burn..



Comments (12)

After I ate this, I realized that the dough was a little sweet for my taste... so I'm going to add a little salt and garlic powder in the future (would be good with some pizza seasoning too), just to offset the sweetness of the pancake..

But all in all, still really good!..

Comment #1

This sounds really good. I am going to try it...oh..I guess I have to wait until I get regular pancakes..I only have CC. Where did you find vegetarian pepperoni?..

Comment #2

I am going to try this. Yeah, I know you always have to tweek things to make them work for yourself..

Thank You..

Comment #3

The veggie pepperoni is in the produce section of the grocery store with the tofu etc. It's SmartLife brand, I think. Kind-of has a weird taste, but I've been a vegetarian for so long that I don't really remember what the real stuff tastes like! LOL..

Comment #4

You can always sift out the chips and add them to your brownie I've done that in a pinch and it works well!..

Comment #5

THANK YOU!!! Made it tonight and that was awesome! I agree...a little sweet but it doesnt matter...its pizza!..

Comment #6

I keep waiting for Medifast to make a MF-Mix...I'm thinking something like Bisquick that we could use for "recipes." and count it by the scoop. Are you listening Medifast product developers? LOL.

I will be trying this one soon....or at least as soon as I can find some sugar free sauce. Hugs to all...

Comment #7

I tried the cauliflower pizza recipe on Christmas Eve...when my family orders pizza and plays games. It was ok...but the crust never really got anything other than mushy. I'll have to try this. Think I'll add 1/2-1 tsp of Italian seasoning (isn't that a freebie?) to give it the pizza kick I'm looking for. Thanks for sharing this recipe idea! I'll have to try this sometime soon...

Comment #8

And not a Medifast product...but maybe once in T&M...its called CarbQuik I think. Like Bisquik but less carbs....Saw it on the other day when I was checking prices on shirataki noodles...

Comment #9

Tried this last night while the rest of the family was having pizza. It did the trick. I prefer the cauliflower pizza but I was all out of the premade pizza crust and didn't have cauliflower in the house. But I always have plain pancake mix.

Thanks for posting this version of pizza...

Comment #10

I have been thinking since I started using Medifast that a non-flavored base mix, as EMTFreak mentioned I have in mind something vaguely Bisquick like. The problem I've run into with using shakes or pancakes in baking is always the sweetness I can't get over.

Sooner, I just make my first cauliflower pizza crust this week and it wasn't very mushyI food processed it and then patted all the water I could out and pushed out some more moisture I could through a sive. I mixed some egg and non-fat cheese with it and baked in a round cake pan sprayed with pam. Maybe that's exactly what you've been doing, but the recipe I referenced didn't mention drying out the cauliflower, so maybe that will help.



Comment #11

This was way too sweet for me as a pizza dough. Love the pancake biscuit,though! I think the flavorless dough idea is fantastic!.

Carbquick gets decent reviews from other sites I've read about low carb diets. I plan to add it in when I hit maintenance. Nutritionally, it looks fantastic as a carby-substitute - for a serving, it's 90 cal, 16 carb with 14 fiber, 6 protein...

Comment #12

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


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