Tips & Tricks

How to make your first Lizza experience more special:

Lizza pizza base

It doesn’t get any quicker than this: a pre-baked version of Lizza’s fresh pizza dough, already seasoned with herbs! All you have left to do to enjoy it is cover the base with your favorite toppings and bake it for 8-10 minutes in a preheated oven until it’s crispy. Et voilà! Bon Lizzappetite! 

Tip: Not ready to have pizza by the best-before date? You can always freeze it up to 6 months and enjoy it later. 

Lizza flaxseed pasta

Using a large saucepan, simmer Lizza’s low carb flaxseed pasta with a dash of vinegar for 5 minutes. Don’t worry if the water changes its color, the pumpkin seed protein will partly dissolve during cooking (but its added value will remain there!). Once cooked, rinse the pasta briefly under cold water and immediately mix with your sauce of choice. Delicious! 

Tip: Avoid having your pasta sticking together by frying it in a pan with some oil right after cooking it.  

Lizza bread baking mix

A must-try: add sparkling water. It will turn your low carb Lizza bread much more airy and deliciously soft. 

Tip: Add as many grains and seeds as you please to make your bread more interesting. For those who like to experiment with recipes: try adding vegetables such as carrots to make your bread tastier - and healthier too! 

Lizza baking mix for cakes, muffins & co.

If you struggle with crumbly dough that falls apart, add a little ‘fat’ (e.g. cream or butter). 

Tip: Making good cookies can be hard. To avoid having them break as you enjoy them, leave them to cool down on the tray for a while after baking them. 

Lizza toasties

Toast the Lizza low carb toasties in the toaster to turn them as crispy as you desire. Then cut them open and spread or add any toppings of your choice. 

Tip: Not crunchy enough for you? Cut the toastie open prior to toasting. That’s how you can turn it super crispy. 

Last but not least...

Not sure what to do with all the packaging your Lizza products came with? No problem. Here you can find some ideas on how to reuse our ice packs and insulation mats. 

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