10 Low-Carb Hacks You Need to Try

Including three different ways to make pizza crust!

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This Saturday on The Kitchen the co-hosts are sharing new healthy shortcuts you need to try, like Jeff's easy sheet pan take on Thai noodles. Here are some of their best low-carb alternatives from past episodes, including three different ways to make pizza crust, two easy noodle hacks and quiche that uses prosciutto as a crust!

Jeff uses pre-noodled sweet potatoes to throw this flavor-packed, weeknight recipe together.

Katie's take on this popular low-carb crust is one of her most-popular recipes.

This recipe combines ground sweet potato and almond flour to create a vitamin-packed crispy crust.

Katie uses just four ingredients to bring this easy pizza crust together.

Photo by: Pawel Kaminski

Pawel Kaminski

Mild zucchini noodles are the perfect foil for all kinds of pasta sauce. Katie keeps things healthy with her turkey-based Bolognese.

To save even more time on this easy fried rice, use pre-riced cauliflower.

Geoffrey Zakarian makes Thai Fried Riced Cauliflower, as seen on Food Network's The Kitchen

GZ doctors up store-bought riced cauliflower with bold Thai flavors.

Six super thin layers of sweet potato stand in for pasta sheets in this vegetarian lasagna.

Jeff adds bacon and peas to prepackaged butternut squash risotto for a quick and healthy weeknight meal.

Crisped up slices of prosciutto stand in for the crust in this recipe for mini quiche. You may never eat quiche the traditional way again!

Watch new epsiodes of The Kitchen Saturdays at 11a|10c.

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