For the rest of us, tomato sauce is an integral part of our diets for good reasons (besides being delicious). People with Type 2 Diabetes are often encouraged to eat tomatoes to lower the risk of cardiovascular disease. Marinara contains high levels of vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium, and lycopene. The herbs in tomato sauce provide important antioxidants with no carb impact. This low carb recipe is sugar free and gluten free.
Growing up, pizza meant shredded mozzarella, sausage, and marinara atop a flour crust. Now that I’m an adult who eats keto, I’ve started exploring other options. When I discovered the beauty of scrumptious, creamy burrata served melty atop a crisp pizza crust, I saw lasers shooting from the eyes of kittens frolicking like on Sam’s favorite leggings. I still had to perfect Luxe Dough to make Burrata Pizza burst with sunshine in my heart. When I did, this Gluten free, sugar, free, and low carb recipe made me quiver with happiness. The addition of garlic cloves and fresh basil to top the marinara make it extra special.