Pizza Cruskits cooked in your air-fryer are a huge diet hit across Australia!

It’s the new food craze to hit Australia and fans have gone crazy for it!

A new way of making 'healthy pizza' has taken the internet by storm as air-fryer fans add pizza toppings to Cruskits and then cook them in an air fryer.

You simply take a Cruskit and use it as your pizza base. 

Add tomato or pizza sauce and a range of veggies and cheese and then bake in an air fryer for around five minutes at 200.

When it's golden brown, it's good to eat and fans say it tastes delicious! And as Cruskits are only 26 calories each, you can make each one for under 50 calories!

"Healthier than pizza," said one fan on Facebook. "I think it's around 50 calories, and it tastes delicious."

"I wish I could take my air fryer to work and make these, " said another. 

And it turns out that pizza cruskits aren't a new idea - there are amazing recipes all over the internet including Pinterest.

But while most air fryer cooks are big fans of the Cruskit pizza, it turns out that true pizza lovers are horrified by this new take on a traditional Italian favourite.

"My nonna would be spinning in her grave said one. It's horrendous!," said one.

"I fear they would go soggy," said another. "Really soggy, and there is nothing worse than soggy pizza!"

Cruskit air fryer pizza recipe (or you can grill, if you don't have an airfryer)

Ingredients

2-4 Arnotts Original Cruskits
1/2 tomato, sliced thinly
Onion
Capsicum
Mushrooms
Garlic, herbs and pepper 
Mozzarella Cheese

Method

Top your cruskits with Dolmio sauce, tomato, capsicum, onion, mushrooms, and herbs

Place cheese over top

Cook on 200 in air fryer for 4-6 minutes (or grill).

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