Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Cream Cheese Pizza Crust (C1)


  • Just to clarify for those who did not realize this: As the recipe title indicates, this is for the crust of the pizza only, and not the toppings.  The recipe link below, you should be following it for the crust only, as the toppings give you too much cheese for Cycles 1 and 2.  
  • On Cycles 1 and 2, one serving is 1/10th of this recipe (2 Tbsp of cheese); if this is a treat in your house (once a week or less), there should be no problem with having two pieces or 1/5th of the recipe.  
  • For Cycle 3, the serving size would be more since more cheese is allowed in Cycle 3. The entire crust recipe for Cycle 3 has 5 cheese servings.

This is a great alternative to the cauliflower pizza crust! So much easier to make, lots less prep time, etc.

The only modification to the recipe is in Cycle 1, use fat free cream cheese. In Cycle 3, you can use reduced fat cream cheese.

For the full recipe and instructions: No Dough Cream Cheese Pizza Crust on's website.


  1. It's wonderful!!! I made it the other night and goodness it really hit the spot. It's not a crispy crust, but if you like the thick crust pizzas that are a bit softer, you will definitely enjoy this! It can also be cut up into small squares to be used as a snack during the day -- put tuna or something else on, much the same you would with crackers!