The best low-carb pizza crust recipe made without eggs or cheese. A flavorsome bread flavor, crispy puffy edges, and only 2.7 grams of net carbs per serving. Plus, this low-carb pizza base is also a gluten-free pizza crust with no yeast and 100% plant-based.
You know how much I love bread that doesn’t have an eggy taste. I’ve already shared my egg-free keto bread loaf recipe with you and this vegan keto pizza crust is another delicious low-carb baking creation that tastes like the real thing!
If you are tired of fat-head pizza doughs, this vegan low-carb pizza base will be your friend!
While most low-carb pizza bases call for eggs and cheese, this recipe is here to show you how you can actually make a delicious crispy Italian style pizza without eggs and cheese but with a delicious bread flavor. The secret of this egg-free low-carb pizza crust is its combo of simple ingredients and a magic rolling technique. Keep reading to learn more!
To make the low-carb pizza dough, gather the following simple ingredients:
The technique to create a puffy gluten-free pizza crust is to roll the dough gently, with a low pressure that keeps air in the crust.
Also, the dough is slightly sticky so always roll between 2 pieces of parchment paper.
Next, make sure you shape fluffy pizza edges. Indeed, the gluten-free keto pizza crust won’t raise much as there is no gluten in the dough. That is why it is important to make puffy edges to create these lovely pizza-like slices.
My tip is to work the dough as if you were playing with kids’ playdoh, giving the dough the shape you want to see when out of the oven. The borders will slightly puff when baking, especially if you are using yeast.
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The recipe can be made with or without yeast. The yeast-free option uses baking powder.
As a result of not using yeast, the pizza dough won’t rise much and the bread flavor won’t be as intense.
That is why I also provide a yeast option for this recipe.
Yes, you can eat some yeast on a keto diet.
Even though you need sugar to activate the yeast, there is no more sugar once it has made its effect. What happens is that the yeast feeds on sugar and it will consume all the sugar and none will be present in the final keto pizza dough.
So if you are craving a puffy crispy pizza with real bread flavor, use the yeast option, you won’t regret it, and your ketosis will be safe!
This low-carb pizza base is made with only keto-friendly ingredients – including the yeast activated in sugar!
Therefore this Pizza Base ticks all the following boxes:
There are plenty of delicious keto pizza toppings you can enjoy:
If you like keto pizza crust I recommend trying my other low-carb pizza crust recipes
If you have enjoyed the gluten-free low carb pizza crust recipe, share your picture with me on Instagram!
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