Instructions are for 4 servings. Please modify as needed.
The nutritional information is based on 4 servings per pizza.
The recipe has been updated after the video was made, that’s why the carb count is different from the recipe that is correct.
Even if you usually wouldn’t eat a pizza with a salad it adds a pleasant freshness and vitamins to the meal.
Recommended special equipment
Hand mixer with dough hooks and a rolling pin.
The best keto pizza toppings
Here we’ve used sausage meat like in the original recipe, but feel free to put whatever you like on it. Instead of sausage, you can use pepperoni, salami, or cooked bacon. If you have any chicken, pork, or beef leftovers in the fridge, they usually make great pizza toppings.
If you don’t want meat and can eat a bit higher carb, we suggest peppers, olives, artichokes or fresh tomatoes and herbs. You can also add different kinds of cheese on tops such as feta cheese, blue cheese, or even brie.
Storing Fathead Pizza
Make extra crusts and store them for 2-3 days in the fridge or in the freezer for up to 2 months. The pizza reheats great in the microwave so if you get leftovers, and you probably will cause this is very rich, enjoy them in the next day’s lunch box.
Tips for using keto pizza crusts!
This dough is so versatile! Use it as a pizza crust like in this recipe or make it into a lovely homemade garlic focaccia – simply drench with garlic butter and bake for another minute or two. Or how about serving some keto bread twists as a snack or appetizer at your next dinner party?