Perfect Keto Pizza
Let’s face it… Pizza is a favorite by almost everyone. No need to eat crappy pizza just because you are on keto. Enter – the Perfect Keto Pizza
Perfect Keto Pizza
I really wanted to make my own keto pizza. My own recipe. Well, other than using my variation on the Fat Head Pizza Dough – which is amazing and so versatile!
Pizza crusts are so personal. Some like them fluffy and soft. Some like them thin and crispy. I, personally, like them in-between which is why I set out to create the perfect balance.
I also didn’t want to just use the run of the mill fat head dough recipe. Anyone can do that.
So I put my own special twist on it.
ENTER….. fat head dough, with a butter seasoned top layer baked into the crust.
That was it. That is what this wonderful dough needed.
Pizza Stone – this isn’t a requirement, but it sure does help with cooking a pizza!
If you’ve never used one, it is so simple to use!
You put it in a pre-heating oven and let it warm up. Then you put the dough on the hot pizza stone and cook as usual.
It really helps with making the crust just a touch more crispy!
Mixing Bowls – I don’t know why, but I like using matching mixing bowls.
This recipe required the use of 2 bowls. And this mixing bowl set is a set of 3 which is perfect for most recipes (small, medium and large)!
Tips for Making the Perfect Keto Pizza
First of all, making the dough will feel like trying to mix oil and water. I mean seriously. Below is the melted chunk of cheese and the almond flour/egg combo. Do they look like they will combine?
They DO combine. You just need to use your hands (carefully) and squish it repeatedly between your fingers.
Once you roll out the dough, I found it helpful to roll up the outside edge a bit to make a little ledge.
It doesn’t need to look pretty. Most of it will be covered anyway.
This little ledge or lip helps keep in the butter and Italian Seasoning mixture. This is my brand on the fat head dough recipe.
Such as delicious addition. I bet you won’t through away the edge of the crust anymore!
A bronzed top with butter and Italian Seasoning. YES!!!
Couldn’t you just eat this on its own? I can honestly say I almost did!
Next, you put all the topping on and cook this beauty! And here is the finished product!
Almost too pretty to eat. Almost. The smell will immediately overrule that.
Make sure to make your own pizza sauce. The one that the recipe calls for is amazing!
Just remember, how much or little you use will largely sway the carb count of this pizza.
The crust is about 2.5 carbs per slice. Then you add to that based on how much sauce and what toppings you use.
But sometimes? It’s worth the extra sauce!
Serving Size 1/6 of pizza
Amount Per Serving Calories 266 Total Fat 21.3g Saturated Fat 9.12g Sodium 422.9mg Carbohydrates 6.79g Fiber 2.63g Sugar 2.58g Protein 13.59g