Dr. Oz Food Find of the Day


In The Dish on Oz that aired February 20, 2019, Outer Aisle Cauliflower Sandwich Rounds were featured as “Food Find of the Day” for their versatility in providing a low-carb bread alternative to all kinds of bread-based foods. These not-bread veggie-packed slices bring back mini pizzas, tacos, toast, and grilled cheese sandwiches—without the guilt!

Low-carb bread: A dream come true?

Daughter Daphne knows Dr. Oz’s favorite snack is avocado toast, a treat that also provides a healthy portion of vegetables (although avocado is really a fruit!). But the carb-bomb known as bread makes it too high in carbs for a frequent snack option.

Now Dr. Oz can enjoy his favorite snack and go low carb with Outer Aisle's Sandwich Rounds, what they called “an entirely new reality in bread.” In the February show, Dr. Oz munched on his favorite toast – the low-carb version, of course – while Daphne indulged in a heart-healthy, gluten-free grilled cheese sandwich, both on our Rounds. They loved every bite.

Cut the Carb Cravings

Carbs are the hardest thing to cut from your diet, explains Dr. Oz. That’s because we crave the foods that are high in carbs. We end up dreaming of foods we can’t have if we want to stay slim and healthy, and that craving can obliterate the best of intentions to please the carb police. We get caught in the loop of endlessly craving and eating foods that are not good for us—or our waistline.

Outer Aisle Sandwich Rounds help you swap out the carbs and finally get your cravings under control.

Healthy Ingredients, Chewy Texture

Sandwich Rounds have only the freshest and purest ingredients, while still keeping the chewiness of bread (and even adding flavor):

  • Fresh cauliflower
  • Cage-free whole eggs
  • Vegetarian parmesan cheese
  • Pure nutritional yeast

Plus, they are naturally gluten-free, containing no soy, nuts, or artificial ingredients. Dr. Oz and Daphne loved the chewy texture and hearty flavor, commenting that the taste of the rounds become part of the meal (unlike bland bread or flavorless, texture-less bread alternatives).

Get Out of the Low-Carb Rut

Instead of relying on the same boring foods and skipping your favorites, pop a Sandwich Round (or two—only 50 calories and two grams of carb each) in the toaster, throw it on the griddle, or sizzle it in the skillet for a quick and convenient snack or meal. Enjoy as a tortilla with your favorite filling for taco night. Make a turkey sandwich or a mini deep dish pizza.

We were proud to see Dr. Oz enjoy our Sandwich Rounds, but we weren’t surprised. Pizza without the blood sugar crash, grilled cheese to die for, even peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for the kids that actually count for two of their day’s veggie servings. These versatile, not-bread wonders are hard not to drool over.

Dr. Oz loves them so much, he sent home every member of the audience with a package of Outer Aisle Cauliflower Sandwich Rounds to taste for themselves!


Mini Deep Dish Pizzas Made with Outer Aisle Cauliflower Sandwich Rounds

mini pepperoni pizzas made with outer aisle sandwich rounds

Expected prep time: 5-10 minutes 
Expected cooking time: 7-10 minutes 


  • 1 pack Outer Aisle Sandwich Rounds (6 slices)
  • 6 tablespoons parmesan cheese
  • 6 teaspoons Italian seasoning
  • 12 tablespoons tomato sauce
  • 6 tablespoons mozzarella cheese
  • 18 mini pepperoni


Step 1:

  • Preheat the oven to 375º
  • Prepare your 6 unit baking pan (see video)
  • Add one cauliflower sandwich round to the base of each space

Step 2:

  • Add 1 tablespoon of parmesan cheese to each sandwich round
  • Add 1 tablespoon of Italian seasoning to each sandwich round
  • Add 2 tablespoons of tomato sauce to each sandwich round
  • Stir contents

Step 3:

  • Add 1 tablespoon of mozzarella cheese to each sandwich round
  • Place 3 mini pepperoni to each sandwich round
  • Cover with tin foil

Step 4:

  • Bake at 375º for 10 minutes

Step 5:

  • Remove from oven, let sit for 3-5 minutes

Serve and Enjoy!

Calories: 176
Protein: 13g 
Net Carbs: 5g 
Total Fat: 11g

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  • Can’t wait to get them

    Dolores castrovilly on

  • How much salt and fiber in the cauliflower thins?

    RWg on

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