Spinach Pizza Crust {a low carb pizza crust}

Looking for an healthy spinach pizza ? You will be amazed by this spinach pizza crust, an guilt-free pizza that don’t skimp on flavour!

pizzaWith the summer coming I very enjoy finger food with a small glass of red wine during the week end. Tonight I did what I called a low carb spinach crust pizza which is mainly made of spinach, eggs and a bit of cheese. Spinach is a very low carb vegetable and because this recipe do not contain any flour it is a very low carb pizza crust recipe perfect for my diabetic diet and  if you are on a paleo diet it is perfect for you too. It is an easy recipe to prepare. All you need to do is to blend all the base ingredients in a stand mixer to prepare the dough.

Spinach pizza a guilt-free pizza for your Saturday night!

low carb spinach pizza crust

Make sure you wash and drain the spinach very well before blending. If the spinach contains too much water it could make the mixture too runny and it will not form a crust when baked. At first sight it looks like an omelette baked in the oven but it contains only 2 eggs and lots of spinach which makes this recipe good for your kids too. An easy way to boost their veggie intake too. Below are the steps by steps picture to help you reproduce this recipe.

steps by steps

I garnished the pizza with home made tomato sauce, grilled chicken breast cooked on the BBQ. I added some crumbled feta cheese, walnuts and pumpkin seeds to bring some crunch as the base is pretty soft. If you are looking for other low carb pizza crust made with vegetables check my previous recipe : the Cauliflower Pizza Crust HERE.

pizMy little girl very enjoyed this pizza as it was easy to eat with her little hands and I was very happy to look at her eating the spinach hidden in the crust! If you are in New Zealand tell me what is your favourite home made finger food for the week end ?

crCheck out my others low carb pizza crust recipes on the blog! Click the pic below for recipe

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Low Carb Spinach Pizza Crust


  • 400 g fresh spinach leaves
  • 1/2 cup grated edam cheese
  • 2 eggs size 6
  • Salt, Pepper
  • 1 tablespoon dried oregano
  • Toppings
  • 2 chicken breast, grilled
  • Home made tomato puree
  • 50 g low fat feta cheese
  • 2 tbsp Pumpkin Seeds
  • 2 tbsp Walnuts,, chopped
  • A drizzle of virgin olive oil


  1. Wash and drain very well the spinach leaves. Remove the feet of each leaves.
  2. Use your hands to squeeze the leaves until all the water is away. If there is too much water the recipe will not work.
  3. In a stand mixer pour the fresh spinach leaves and mix until it is finely minced - about 1-2 minutes.
  4. Add the eggs, cheese, salt, pepper and marjoram.
  5. Blend again for 30 seconds until it forms a thick mixture.
  6. On a baking tray covered with baking paper transfer the spinach egg mixture.
  7. Form a square with your hands to looks like a square pizza.
  8. If some water is release on the side remove it with an absorbent paper before baking.
  9. It is probably because you did not dry the spinach leaves enough after washing them or the leaves contains a bit more water than usual.
  10. Bake at 200 C for 35 minutes or until it is well cooked like an omelette.
  11. It could be a bit messy and released some extra liquid during the first baking minutes. You can add a foil paper under the tray for easy cleaning.
  12. Garnish the spinach base with tomato sauce, grilled chicken breast, feta cheese, pumpkin seeds, chopped walnuts or any other topping you like.
  13. Return in the oven for 5-10 minutes or until the feta cheese is soft, melted and the flavour blend.
  14. Serve with a drizzle of virgin olive oil.
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  1. Claire Wallace says

    The crust completely stuck to the baking paper once I tried to cut the finished pizza, we ended up having to dump the pizza over and scraping off as much crust as we could get- a huge mess. I would recommend putting down some flour or oil or something to ensure that this does not happen to you!

    • says

      Hi Claire, I am very sorry to hear that. As you can see on my picture it really works well in my kitchen and trust me I did this recipe many times (even some of my friends did it!). So I can only assume that it is coming from the different sort of baking paper we both used … I am based in New Zealand and I am using ‘Glad’ brand. However adding a bit of oil on the paper will not change the taste of the crust so it is a good idea for your next attempt. See you on the blog. Carine.

  2. Wendy says

    I really LOVED this recipe. I’m so excited to be able to join the family on Pizza Fridays again. I used mozzarella instead of edam because that is what I had on hand. I’m considering trying this recipe with arugula. I think my favorite thing about this recipe is that it is sooooooo much easier than the cauliflower crusts recipes I’ve been trying.

    • Carine says

      Hi Wendy, this is so great to read your comment! I am sure any cheese will work well in this recipe. I love low carb pizza too and I agree the spinach pizza crust is much easier than cauliflower! I hope you find other low carb recipe you love on the blog, I have got plenty of dessert too :) see you around. Carine.

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