Cali'flour Crisps

Usually Friday night is reserved for pizza night, but tonight my family wanted something different! Different? I can do different! 

We were all in the mood for chips and dips! Normally I would never let my kids get away with eating just chips and dip for dinner but these chips are kind of special. I don't feel guilty giving my kids these chips because well... they are made from a veggie! Eat up little one! Eat up!

They had their chips with some grilled chicken and melted cheese but Mom had her chips with a yummy dip made with Trader Joe's Everything But The Bagel Seasoning!

This seasoning is EVERYTHING! 
It is extremely delicious on so many things and I am so in love with it! If you have a Trader Joe's by you, go buy it right now! You won't regret it!

Mix this seasoning with plain Greek yogurt and you have a quick and easy dip made with only two ingredients! I had the jalapeno crust and the spiciness paired perfectly with this cool dip. It kind of reminds me of a french onion or sour cream and onion type dip.

If you are interested in the crust, you can purchase at the link below! The ENTIRE crust counts as 1/2 a Lean and 3 Greens on the Medifast/ Optavia plan! That's pretty amazing! As you can tell, they are so versatile! They aren't just for pizza!

Cali'flour Crisps

1 Lite Cali'flour Crust * (1/2 Lean, 3 Greens)

For the EBTB Dip:
1/4 cup 2% plain Greek yogurt (1/6 Lean)
1/2 tsp Trader Joes Everything But The Bagel Seasoning (2 Condiments)

Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
Cut the crust into desired shape. I cut them into small triangles.
Put the pieces on a vented pan. Using a vented pan means no flipping required.
Bake for 10 to 12 minutes depending on how crispy you want them to get.
Bake longer if you want them crispier, but watch them to make sure they do not burn!
Let cool for at least 10 minutes. Serve with your dip of choice!

1 Serving with
2/3 Lean, 3 Greens, and 2 Condiments per serving
(still need 1/3 Lean more)

* The recipe calculations are based on the Cali'Lite crusts and not the traditional cauliflower crusts.


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