August 23, 2017 by Leanne Vogel July 24, 2018
A perfectly cooked low-carb pizza crust. And there’s no cauliflower in it! The end result is crispy, like your favorite thin crust, and holds up well if you love leftover pizza.
I never got into the cauliflower pizza crust thing. I tried it once, it was horrible, and never did it again. So, I haven’t really had a low-carb pizza… ever. Seems a shame.
Growing up, my parents loved transforming Friday’s into pizza days. The family would gather around the table stacked with different pizza toppings and we would assemble our very own pizzas, throw them in the oven for a couple of minutes, and then chow down. It was an awesome activity to wind down the busy school week and get set for the relaxing weekend ahead.
Now that school is just around the corner (I know, I’m sorry… I said it!) I thought sharing a keto pizza crust with you was in order. I know how busy school days can be, mixed up with work, after school activities, homework, etc. that a pizza night may be exactly what your family needs. It’s easy, interactive, and fun for the whole crew.
Also, if you have us much Bob’s Red Mill Flaxseed Meal in your pantry as I do, you need this recipe in your life to help cut down your stash. Before you get more, of course.
The back to school season doesn’t directly affect us much. BUT I imagine back to school time is very similar to back to book tour time (the third leg of the book tour starts August 28, 2017), where every easy recipe that’s packable and made-ahead(able) is fair game.
Here’s a list of our favorite back to ANYTHING keto recipes using Bob’s Red Mill products to get you back in the game post haste:
I enjoy using and sharing Bob’s Red Mill products because I know many of you can actually access them. Grocery stores, health food stores, you name it. They’re there and ready for you to take home!
If you’ve been grinding up your flax seeds for many of the recipes I’ve shared above, or you’re thinking of doing the same for this pizza, the texture of Bob’s Red Mill Flaxseed Meal is on point to what you’d create at home. It’s roughly ground, so perfect as a replacement for any of your back to school treats, lunches, and quick dinners.
Okay, to the recipe!
What toppings are you going to put on your pizza? I’d love to chat with you about it in the comments!
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HI! I’M LEANNE
Nutrition educator + keto enthusiast. I want to live in a world where every woman loves her body, nourishing fats are enjoyed at every meal, and the word “restriction” isn’t in the dictionary.