Spinach Pizza Crust (Low-Carb Pizza Crust)
This Low-Carb Spinach Pizza Crust is a guilt-free pizza with only 1 gram of net carb per slice, lots of protein, and full of flavors!
What I Spinach Pizza Crust?
Spinach is a very low-carb vegetable and because this recipe does not contain any flour, it’s a very low-carb pizza crust recipe perfect for my diabetic diet.
This spinach pizza crust is an easy recipe where the base of the pizza is made from spinach, eggs, and cheese.
As a result, it’s a very low-carb and healthy pizza.
Why You’ll Love This Recipe
This is one of my favorite keto pizza bases because it is:
- 3 Ingredients
- Ready in 25 minutes
How To Make Spinach Pizza Crust
All you need to do is to blend all the base ingredients in a blender or food processor and the crust will be ready in a sec!
- Spinach – I prefer to use baby spinach for this recipe. It’s more tender and doesn’t need to be pre-cooked.
- Cheese – you can choose among most of the hard cheese variants such as Edam, hard Mozzarella, Emmental, or Cheddar. They’re all keto-friendly cheese.
- Eggs – eggs bring binding to the recipe, so you can’t skip them.
Making The Batter
This crust is super easy to make. I’ve made it many times in my blender or food processor. Both work very well.
I recommend using pre-washed baby spinach or if you are going to wash your spinach leaves, make sure you drain them very well.
I like to pat dry mine between pieces of absorbent paper.
You don’t want to add water to the recipe or the mixture will be too runny and it won’t form a crispy pizza crust when baked.
At first sight, it looks like a baked omelette but it really makes a great pizza.
Plus 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 and protein intake.
Pre-Baking The Spinach Pizza
Preheat the oven to 400°F (200°C).
Bake the keto spinach pizza crust for 15 to 20 minutes at 400°F (200°C). Take the pizza crust out when the sides are darker and crispy.
Garnishing The Pizza
I garnished the pizza with homemade keto pizza sauce, and grilled chicken breast cooked on the BBQ.
And I love the taste of BBQ grilled chicken. If you are looking for other low-carb spinach recipes you will love my blog! I am such a spinach lover.
Goat cheese and walnuts are a fantastic combo used in many French recipes. That’s why I chose to top my pizza with grilled chicken breast, feta goat cheese, walnuts, and extra pumpkin seeds.
If you have leftover keto spinach pizza, you can either store them in the fridge for up to 4 days or freeze them.
You have to let them cool down and freeze them wrapped in plastic wrap.
To rewarm them, put them in the oven or air fryer frozen and let them warm up for about 5 minutes.
You can also store the prebaked ungarnished crust and add the toppings before baking it.
Have you made this low-carb pizza crust recipe? Share a comment or review below!
Spinach Pizza Crust
Posted In:Clean EatingGluten freeKetoVegetarianCheeseMozzarellaSpinachBakingGluten-FreeKetoLow-CarbDinnerLunchEasy3 IngredientsUnder 20 Minutes
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