Keto Recipes - Created Date : 13.1.2020
Best Keto Pizza
This is really the best keto pizza I have had. My husband is a certified pizzaholic. If he could have pizza every day he would. So, when we started keto, of course, we had to find a great pizza recipe.
My husband and son are vegetarians and my other son and I are carnivores. Plus, my husband and I are keto and the boys are not. As you can imagine it sometimes makes dinner planning difficult, to say the least. Of course, with this pizza, it is no problem. I just make half meat and the other half with veggies. Problem solved.
Delicious Pizza Without The Carbs
I have tried to create many different pizza recipes since we started keto and this is by far my favorite. The addition of the garlic butter is optional, but I think it kicks up the flavor from great to outstanding. Pizza is just one of those things that we could not get rid of and with this recipe, we don’t have to. There really is no need for the carb-laden version when you can have such delicious pizza without it. We also have an Easy Keto Breadsticks recipe.
My kids were just talking about how my husband used to go get freshly made pizza and then start eating it right out of the box. So, he would burn his mouth on the hot cheese and say, “Hot, hot, hot,” in-between bites. Now, that is dedication! He also would fold it like a sandwich and eat two pieces at once. At least he doesn’t do that anymore, but he will eat a whole pizza himself if given the opportunity.
Eat Pizza and Lose Weight!!!
What could be better?
Remember, we lost all this weight still eating the foods we love, like this pizza. There is absolutely no need to eat just “rabbit food” (although we do eat vegetables too). You can have delicious food and lose weight and get healthy. We hope you love this pizza crust as much as we do. Enjoy!
September 13, 2019 @
Hi! I love the recipe, but I can’t reconcile the calories/nutrition you state vs what I have available at the supermarket. Just the almond flour (1/8th of 3/4 cups) and mozzarella (1/8th of 1.5 cups) put 1 slice of pizza (base) at about 130 calories before adding the egg, cream cheese, sour cream and gluten. Is everything you’re adding fat free or weight watchers version? I really want this version of pizza base to work, but it seems the calories of the products I have available are about double of what you calculate.
Liz, Thank you so much for bringing this to my attention. I am not sure how the nutrition on this recipe got changed but I have fixed it now on the recipe and on myfitnesspal. I do not use fat-free or weight watcher for anything. I hope this helps you and that you enjoy this recipe.
RDS, I am not really sure if that would work but I know you can replace the gluten with oat fiber. However, if you have done it with other fathead dough then perhaps it would be fine. I am interested to know if this would work, let us know how it goes. ??
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