My Review of Real Good Pizza With Cauliflower Crust

Pepperoni Pizza with Cauliflower Crust

Afternoon everyone, sorry I’ve been gone so long, yet today I’m back with my review of Real Good Pizza with Cauliflower Crust.

I’m sorry to say that I will honestly have to give this one a thumbs down. 😔

Not that it wasn’t edible, it was, but after having (and loving) the Real Good Pizza that uses chicken as it’s crust, this one was tasteless and dry.

I’m not sure where they went wrong, I’ve made Cauliflower Crust before and it turned out great. Maybe they added too much almond flour or not enough spices.

There was not very much marinara sauce either. If it weren’t for the mozzarella and pepperoni toppings, this one would have ended up in the trash.

One note, read the box! You are only supposed to eat 1/4 of the pizza for the proper macros. I remember the first Real Good Pizza I ate, I did not read the box-I ate the WHOLE thing, lol.

I saw 4 carbs and 25g of protein and thought that was for the whole pizza! 🤣 No! It’s for 1/2 the pizza. Now, remember, I’m talking about the one with the chicken Crust.

Nutrition information

This pizza that I tried today was Pepperoni with Cauliflower Crust. This one has 6g of carbs and 19g of protein per serving, which is 1/4 the pizza. It’s also 18g of fat, so I had a delicious Chocolate Peanut Butter Fat Bomb for dessert.

When you are following a Keto diet, you are supposed to have more (good) fat than anything. Fat bombs are a great way to get there! My Pinterest page has lots of different flavors if you’re interested!

Real Good has many different products to choose from, if I were you, I would try the chicken crust products, including pizza, enchiladas, and poppers. 😊

No, I’m not getting paid by Real Good Pizza or any of their products, I just wanted to share my honest opinion. As for me, I’m sticking to their original pepperoni pizza, must be the meat lover in me!

Questions, comments? Tell me what you think.

My Review of The “Real Good” Supreme Pizza

An Honest Review

Yes, here I sit on a Palm Sunday at 11:28 having gone to church early this morning and I’m watching the Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassu, and I’m eating pizza…real pizza with cheese,and pepperoni, and other stuff and it tastes amazing!

Personal size pizza, I was only supposed to eat half…oops!

This is the new phenomenon called “Real Good” pizza and the crust is made from chicken!! Look this thing is the real deal,  it’s like the perfect meal for the keto lifestyle.

I cooked in the oven just long enough for the edges of the cheese to get dark brown and crispy, and if you can get used to your “crust” not being crunchy because it’s not bread then this pizza’s for you!

Check out this chicken and Parmesan cheese “crust”!

You can see from the picture that they pound the chicken into the flat crust but it doesn’t get hard or robbery or crunchy, just tastes like chicken breast. And the toppings are your traditional pepperoni, peppers, sausage, olive, onions, (which I picked off), and mozzarella cheese.

The whole pizza is only four carbs and it’s a personal pan pizza size pizza! Wait, my bad, half a pizza is a serving. Oops, I ate the whole thing, save the bites my doggies had and one for my hubby to try. So, I had closer to 8 carbs and 50g of protein.

I can’t wait to share this with Stephanie! They have created the perfect lunch, dinner, snack food!

Here’s the thing though, you HAVE to follow the directions. You literally take the plastic wrap off, leave it on the cardboard, and put the whole thing on a cookie sheet. Cook for 27-30 minutes (until the cheese is bubbly and melted, take it out and cut it with a pizza cutter and voila’!!

Therefore, my vote is a resounding 10 out of 10 for this “Real Good” pizza. It can be purchased at Walmart where you find the other frozen pizzas for under $6!

Not bad for a complete meal, although, if I had been thinking straight and had read the serving size correctly, I would have eaten half the pizza with a nice side salad.

Maybe I will reach out to the company and share my review for a coupon or something. 😊 Anyway, do go and try one of the three varieties available and tell me what you think. Personally, I know you’re gonna love it!  ❤

Day 233-Wednesday's Medical Minute-…Or Is It?

Good morning everyone! While I know today is supposed to be the day for medical news you can use,  I just have to tell you how excited I am, after yesterday’s long day of work, to finally have a post done on my newly renamed website! I’m attempting a collaboration between this site and that one, which I’m calling Products from the Patio. I wanted to create a place where I can still be helpful by providing product reviews, recipes and buying guides from the things I talk about here on the patio.

I would like to invite you all to check out my first post- Product Review-SiteGround Hosting Service-and I plan on trying to do a bit more design work today if I can, I finally gave in around 6pm last night when my eyes started crossing. You can only look at the computer for so long! I realize, that by now I should have an email list, but since I don’t, I’m asking y’all to check it out right here. I appreciate any constructive criticism and/or feedback you can give, not only on the post, but the website in general. I am still not happy with the theme, maybe that is what I will tackle today.

Yesterday’s post is my first attempt at putting an affiliate link on my website-and I did a banner too! So, I have to include my disclaimer right now…this post may contain affiliate links, which means if you click on a banner or link, I may get a little compensation.  The bad news is, by the time I finally figured out how to get the banner on, it was late and I’m unhappy with where I put it, which is at the very bottom of my webpage…but hey, it’s on there!! I’m so proud of myself, yet I realize I have lots of work to do. So, with that being said, here is what the post is about.

Those of you that may be interested in starting your own website or money making blog will need to obtain hosting. That is where SiteGround comes in. They provide fast, safe, reliable support and do the best job at hosting your website. They are who I use, and I found them through Grayson Bell (he offers free set up to fellow WordPress bloggers)-otherwise, I would have gone with another company with a reputation for cheap yet unreliable hosting services. Grayson truly has been a godsend, staying calm when I have pestered him with all my questions. The company themselves are very helpful as well, I’ve had no problems in my year+ of their services.

It is easy to start a website or blog with WordPress and they provide step-by-step instruction, but basically you just pick a host-in my case, SiteGround and then choose a plan, domain name (free) and enter your contact info. Most web designers say to use your own name as your domain, like I did, and then you can name your site anything. My domain is kimsmyth.org and the site name is Products From the Patio. If you need help, there are lots of bloggers out there like Michelle Gardner who runs Making Sense of Cents who will teach you tips for beginners. You can find her directly or on my Pinterest page, under Freelancing tips.

I hope I have helped in some way and that you go and check out my new site later, for now I have to get busy with all the other writing I have to get done before I go to Dad’s, like working on the next in my series- Angels of Arvada, which will come out on Friday. Don’t forget to leave me a comment or suggestion if you have one or ask me a question if need be. I will try to help in any way I can. Have a happy Wednesday and I’ll see ya tomorrow, on the patio! 🙂