Keto Pizza

Pizza is one of Grant’s favorite foods, and if I would let him, he would eat it every day for dinner. So, after starting our Keto diet, it was one of the things that he missed. Here is the version that we have liked the best so far.



DSC_8283Mix 1 egg, 1.5 cups of mozzarella cheese, basil, and garlic powder in a bowl, and then spread flat in a pie dish that has been greased. Bake at 425 F for 10 mins.

DSC_8275Take out of the oven, and spread half a can of Hunts tomato sauce on it… we prefer this brand. I normally make two at a time so I can use a whole can and don’t have to store the rest of the sauce.

DSC_8276Spread out and add salt and pepper.

DSC_8277I then add garlic powder, Italian seasoning, basil, and parsley on top. Here I only added the garlic powder and the knorr italienische kraeuterlinge and it is amazing.

 

 

DSC_8278Then add whatever other toppings, when doing just plain cheese we add mozzarella, asiago, and parmesan cheese.

DSC_8241Grant likes pepperoni, so sometimes we add that or I love Roma tomatoes on mine as well with bell peppers.

Anyway, once you have the topping on it, bake for another 10 mins and remove from the oven.

DSC_8279For ease of cutting, we use a spatula to slide the pizza onto a cutting board.

DSC_8281Here you can see the crust.

DSC_8282And a side view, we like this a lot and it does really well reheated for lunches which my other pizza recipe did not. So for the two of us, I make two pizzas and we eat 1 sometimes a little bit more and the rest Grant takes for lunch the next day to work.

 

Recipe for crust was found here!

 

 

 

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19 Responses

  1. Kimberly says:

    My boyfriend and I tried this with Alfredo sauce and it was delicious!

    • jrwarfield says:

      I love white sauce pizza! I will have to try it with a white sauce next! Did you make your own sauce or use a store bought one?

  2. matt f says:

    just made it with some pork grinds grinded up in the crust gave it some nice crispy-ness!

  3. Kelly says:

    I really love pizza! and I really love your low carb recipes!.

  4. Catherine Habhab says:

    thanks for this recipe! my whole family loves it!

  5. Chab says:

    Hi, thanks for the recipe. I made this last night and it tasted amazing! However, I found the pizza didn’t really hold well together.. Do I need to cook it longer? I did 10 minutes for the crust and 10 minutes for the toppings after the crust was done @ 425. Thanks.

    • jrwarfield says:

      Your Cooking times, are the same as I did. My best bet would be to add more cheese to the crust. The first time I made it, I used a coarsely grated cheese and it held together really well. The second time, I used a finer ground cheese that held together, but not as well. I hope this helps!

      • Chab says:

        Thanks, I’ll give that a try next time, which should be soon because it was absolutely delicious. Thanks again for the recipe!

        • Andrew says:

          This is my modification that worked very well:

          2 eggs and 1.5 cups parmesan creates a fluffy and firm crust, crunchy on the edges. 12 min crust bake at 425, then 4-5 broil for topping.

  6. Erin says:

    I added made mine with 2 eggs and added some coarse shredded cheese mixed and mine held. I like it crisp so 15 mins and my hubby loves it! This morning we are adding breakfast fixings on top. Yum! Thank you.

  7. errolwood says:

    great recipe ,dont forget the olives avo, anchovies and capers for ampre authentic pizza

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