Dr Oz: Low-Carb Croutons & Guilt-Free Pizza Dough
While sharing 99 food hacks, Rocco DiSpirito wanted to be sure to take part and share some of his favorite tricks for cutting corners in the kitchen. First, if you’re trying to avoid carbs, you can still have croutons by replacing the carbs with protein that tastes good! Parmesan Reggiano is nutrient dense and once it melts and comes to room temperature, it becomes crispy. All you have to do is make little piles of Parmesan in a cast-iron skillet, then bake them in the oven at 400 degrees for 3-5 minutes.