7 Mouthwatering Ways To Enjoy Low Carb Pizza

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If you love pizza but follow a low-carb or keto diet, don’t worry. You can still enjoy pizza! There are many low-carb options available. You can opt for a pizza bowl or select a low-carb crust. Some grocery stores offer low-carb pizza options, while some restaurants even have pizza bowls designed for a low-carb lifestyle. Check out these 7 excellent choices!

Tortilla Crust Pizza

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You can create a low-carb pizza with a low-carb tortilla easily. Begin by heating oil in a skillet over medium heat. Fry the tortilla until it turns golden brown on both sides. Then, lower the heat and add marinara sauce and your desired toppings. Wait for the cheese to melt, and your pizza is ready to be enjoyed!

Almond Flour Crust

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Make your own low-carb almond flour crust, also known as fathead pizza. This versatile Keto Multi-purpose Dough can be used for sweet and savory dishes, not just pizza.

Personal Pan Pizza

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These Personal Pan Low Carb Pizzas are perfect for pizza night, allowing everyone to customize their own toppings. The crust is nut-free, making it a great option for those with nut sensitivities.

Take Out Pizza Bowls

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Pizza restaurants are catering to customers who want gluten-free and low-carb pizza options. For instance, Papa John’s and Marco’s now offer pizza bowls on their menu. A pizza bowl is a dish that consists of pizza toppings baked in a bowl without a crust.

Zucchini Pizza

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To make low-carb mini pizzas using zucchini slices, thinly slice zucchini and place the rounds on a baking sheet. Add a dollop of marinara sauce, shredded cheese, and your preferred low-carb pizza toppings to each slice. Bake at 375°F for about 14-15 minutes until the zucchini is softened and the cheese has melted and turned a golden brown.

Portabello Pizza

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Remove portobello stems. Place caps facing down on a baking sheet. Brush with olive oil and season with salt and pepper. Fill with marinara sauce, cheese, and choice of toppings. Bake at 375°F for 15-20 minutes until tender and cheese is bubbly and golden.

Store-Bought Pizza Crust

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Several brands are now making lower-carb pizza crusts like Carbonaut crust and Caulipower cauliflower crusts, catering to the popularity of keto and gluten-free diets.

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Author: Natasha Newton (Natasha's Southern Flavor)
Natasha is the founder of Natasha’s Southern Flavor. She has a passion for sharing delicious family friendly low-carb recipes that are easy to make and use readily accessible ingredients. Natasha has published three bestselling cookbooks. Her books and recipes have been featured by CNET, Delish, Mindbodygreen, Parade and Women’s Health. She enjoys traveling and spending time with her husband, two adult children, and three furbabies.
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