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2 of 2 people found the following review helpfulDecember 05, 2017Reviewer: Gail in Florida* I really wanted to like these so I’d have another choice for low carb breakfast. Also I HATE writing a bad review. Furthermore, I thought it was a good idea to use a chicken slice for the pizza crust. Unfortunately, I do not care for these at all. The crust is made from that chunked and formed chicken like those really bad chicken nuggets. The chicken slices have those plastic like pieces of gristle or whatever that stuff is. If I get these breakfast pizza’s done enough for me, then the chicken slice is too hard to chew. If I don’t cook them well done, then the eggs and cheese are watery. Also they hardly put any sausage on these Sausage Pizzas at all. I’m better off making my own low carb breakfast. I use half or quarter of a piece of Joseph’s Low Carb Pita Bread. Fill it with sautéed onions, bell peppers, cooked sausage, and scrambled eggs after I have cooked and cooled all these ingredients. Then I wrap and freeze these breakfast sandwiches. You can use whatever meat, veggies, or cheese that you prefer. I also make my own version of Low Carb McMuffins using Smart Buns, either the plain or sesame seed buns. They are delicious!! Whenever I get time, I make a bunch of these and freeze them. When I’m in a hurry, I just grab one of my homemade breakfast and pop it in the microwave. They are WAY better than these plastic, awful, watery cheese covered personal breakfast pizzas. I even tried the Pizzas two different times to make sure they were as bad as I thought. They were. I HATE to waste food but I simply could NOT give these to someone else. I threw the rest away!! Save your money and buy something good like the breads I mentioned. Or try the Hi Lo cereal for breakfast. Just don’t try to eat these. They tastes terrible!!!This review is specific to Grain Free, Low Carb Personal Breakfast Pizza, Sausage
November 11, 2017Reviewer: Tamara in Missouri* Loved Loved Loved the taste. Wish they were a bit bigger and the price a bit cheaper. Also the crust takes some getting used to but it is good.