A healthier version of the classic pizza


I had a fun and exciting experience making these pizza peppers, which as you can see unfortunately do not have a picture at the moment because I did not like the way my peppers turned out lol. I will not say they looked disgusting, but I will say they did not live up to my picture-taking standards and that there will be a picture on this post shortly. However, they overall were quite tasty, so I am not at all discouraged about the outcome of this dish as it was my first time. Therefore I plan on making this recipe again soon. šŸ™‚

These pizza peppers are a perfect low-carb and naturally gluten-free alternative to traditional pizza. The pepperoni gives a nice amount of spice: if you enjoy a spicier pepper, you can add a half teaspoon or so of dried red pepper flakes into the meat mixture.

What do you like in your stuffed peppers?

 

Slow Cooker Pizza-Stuffed Peppers

Ingredients

1 lb lean ground turkey
20 slices turkey pepperoni, diced
1 C prepared pizza sauce
2 tsp dried basil
1 tsp dried oregano
1/8-1/2 tsp dried red pepper flakes to taste
Six bell peppers, any color, cored, seeded, and left whole (retain tops)
1 C shredded mozzarella cheese
1/2 C water

Directions

1. Use a 6-quart slow cooker. In a large mixing bowl combine the turkey, pepperoni pizza sauce basil and oregano. Divide the mixture into six parts, and place a portion of the mixture into each bell pepper. Put the peppers into the insert and top each one with some of the cheese. Put the lids onto the peppers.

2. Carefully pour the water around the base of the peppers. Cover, and cook on low for six – seven hours, or until the meat is fully cooked, and the peppers have begun to wilt. Let stand for ten for minutes in the cooling slow cooker before serving.

SourceĀ 365 Slow Cooker Suppers

 

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