Winner winner keto pizza dinner
Guys, it’s been a long road to here but I think I’ve finally nailed it – the ultimate low carb pizza crust recipe. We played around with cauliflower and made a cauliflower pizza crust, then one-upped it with a delicious no-carb chicken pizza crust, but this time I’ve struck gold. This fathead pizza dough rolls out super thin, crisps up beautifully and is the perfect vehicle for all manner of toppings. One tip though – eat it HOT.
So the fathead crust clocks in at 14 carbs per pizza, which is 8 net carbs. And trust me, if your appetite is anything like mine, you’ll struggle to eat more than half a pizza in one sitting. From all the crusts I’ve tried, this would be the one that comes closest to a real pizza. It’s main components – almond flour and cheese – both give it some structure and bite. It really is like a crisp, thin crust pizza.
Tips for the perfect fathead crust
A couple of things to keep in mind when making this. Always let the cheese cool a bit before you add the egg into it, lest you end up with a scrambled egg in the process. Two, always eat this straight out of the oven – it keeps well but it’s definitely best eaten immediately. And three, if you are a ‘pure-vegetarian’, you can make this without the egg. Finally, the thinner you roll it out, the ‘crisper’ you can get it. It’s also a good idea to use parchment paper on both sides if you’re using a rolling pin. Otherwise you can always just wet your hands to prevent sticking and press out the dough into the desired shape.
Fathead pizza toppings
When it comes to toppings, the world is your oyster. You can use the standard keto marinara sauce, or you can go even lower carb and use my keto basil pesto. I personally love toppings like pepperoni, ham, mushrooms and red onions. Those would be my favourites, but you can add pretty much anything to it. Just… not pineapple.
Nutrition Info (Crust Only)
- Calories: 705
- Net Carbs: 9g
- Carbs: 15g
- Fat: 57g
- Protein: 38g
- Fiber: 5g
The macros are for just the crust. It’s unlikely that you will eat the whole pizza, count 1/2 a pizza as 1 serving. Get this recipe on myfitnesspal.