Keto pizza omelet

Keto pizza omelet

Is it an omelet? Is it a pizza? Is it a quiche? Who cares?! When it tastes this good and it's keto, too, call it whatever you like. Just make sure you call every one to come for dinner for this simple, tasty meal!

Keto pizza omelet

Is it an omelet? Is it a pizza? Is it a quiche? Who cares?! When it tastes this good and it's keto, too, call it whatever you like. Just make sure you call every one to come for dinner for this simple, tasty meal!
USMetric
2 servingservings

Ingredients

Crust
  • 4 4 eggeggs
  • 5 oz. 150 g mozzarella cheese, shredded
  • 4 tbsp 4 tbsp cream cheese
  • ¼ tsp ¼ tsp salt
  • 1 tsp 1 tsp garlic powder
Topping
  • 3 tbsp 3 tbsp tomato sauce
  • 6 oz. 175 g mozzarella cheese, shredded
  • 2 tsp 2 tsp dried oregano

Instructions

Instructions are for 2 servings. Please modify as needed.

  1. Preheat the oven to 400°F (200°C).
  2. Start by making the crust. Crack eggs into a medium-sized bowl and add the rest of the ingredients. Give it a good stir to combine.
  3. Line a pie plate (a normal sized pie plate is big enough for two portions), or any other oven-proof dish, with parchment paper (crumple the sheet before you flatten it out to make it stay down more easily). Pour in the pizza crust batter. Spread it out evenly with a spatula. Bake in the oven for 15 minutes until the pizza crust turns golden.
  4. Spread tomato sauce on the crust with a help of the backside of a spoon. Top with cheese.
  5. Bake for another 10 minutes or until the pizza has turned a golden brown color.
  6. Sprinkle with oregano and serve.

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29 comments

  1. Joanne Schwind
    Just made this for dinner. It's a keeper! Delicious! Thank you!
  2. nadeeneb
    I made 1 serving of this and it’s delicious.
  3. Shirley Marie
    Ciao from Rome, Italy! 🌞 Thank you for another great recipe! 👏 IMPORTANT TIP: Wet the parchment paper slightly with plain water --- and then crumble it up loosely in a ball. Now, the parchment paper is very flexible and you can smooth it out and line any shape or size baking dish or pan! This is quick and easy -- and it works every time! 😉👍
    Reply: #4
  4. Rachel
    Hi great tip, thank you

    Ciao from Rome, Italy! 🌞 Thank you for another great recipe! 👏 IMPORTANT TIP: Wet the parchment paper slightly with plain water --- and then crumble it up loosely in a ball. Now, the parchment paper is very flexible and you can smooth it out and line any shape or size baking dish or pan! This is quick and easy -- and it works every time! 😉👍

  5. Teresa
    Hi Guys. I’m going this for dinner tonight. I have all the ingredients except for the tomato sauce. How do I make it?
    Reply: #6
  6. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor

    Hi Guys. I’m going this for dinner tonight. I have all the ingredients except for the tomato sauce. How do I make it?

    Unfortunately, to get the classic pizza flavor, tomato sauce is a pretty critical ingredient of this dish. If you like ranch or alfredo on a pizza, you could experiment with those.

  7. Honey Bee
    I added some pizza herbs, and a little bit of veggies and bacon on top, and after the oven a little parmesan and hot pepper flakes. I know not strictly keto, but still lower in carb. Served it with a minimalist salad. I liked this a lot. I need to make it more "crispy" on the bottom. Would it help if I flipped the "crust" when it was time to put on the toppings? My hubs, who needs to lose zero weight really liked this. I feel good after eating it. Hubs ate bread with it (not keto) and he doesn't feel so good. So, stay HFLC peeps! This will stay in our rotation. Easy. Fast. Quick clean up!
  8. Fabiane
    I made this for Sunday brunch and yuuuuummmmy!!! It was absolutely delicious! And I like how the garlic powder gives it a especial touch! Definitely will be in my favorite recipes!
    After 18 hours of fasting, it was hard to eat the whole portion for one person and that’s of course a great thing! Thank you for the wonderful website and recipes! I tell about it to everyone I know! <3
  9. Ernesto
    This was fast, easy and delicious. Thank you so much!
  10. terripinder
    I'm slightly confused. In the USA, the phrase "tomato sauce" usually refers to a canned product made from tomato uree (water and tomato paste), water, and less than 2% of salt, onion powder, garlic powder, citric acid, and red pepper. But it is really very, very plain tasting. So, when this recipe calls for "tomato sauce," it is referring to this very plain, basic ingredient, or is referring to a tomato-based pizza sauce? I hesitate to use something as blah as plain tomato sauce. But who knows... maybe in this recipe it works, somehow. Anyone know?
    Reply: #13
  11. Melissa A
    Really delicious! The bottom was so greasy though, it would be nice to have a solution for that.
  12. Tori
    OMG this is SOOOO good! It's like the tastiest "ball" of cheese! Cannot fault it and look forward to eating the leftovers tomorrow!
  13. David Putnam
    I used what has become the 'foodi' reference to 'Tomato Sauce'........ PASTA SAUCE. Works every time. Pizza; pasta, whatever. Pasta sauce is usually already seasoned. But you can also buy some San Marzano Tomato Sauce and add Italian Seasoning. VOILA !!!

    I'm slightly confused. In the USA, the phrase "tomato sauce" usually refers to a canned product made from tomato uree (water and tomato paste), water, and less than 2% of salt, onion powder, garlic powder, citric acid, and red pepper. But it is really very, very plain tasting. So, when this recipe calls for "tomato sauce," it is referring to this very plain, basic ingredient, or is referring to a tomato-based pizza sauce? I hesitate to use something as blah as plain tomato sauce. But who knows... maybe in this recipe it works, somehow. Anyone know?

  14. NrsJaneFzyWzy
    So it says plan on 2 servings per person. So if I go by the recipe as is, that will serve one person for one meal? I'm confused. If I make enough for me and my hubs for supper and lunch tomorrow, that's 8 servings, correct?
    Reply: #15
  15. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor

    So it says plan on 2 servings per person. So if I go by the recipe as is, that will serve one person for one meal? I'm confused. If I make enough for me and my hubs for supper and lunch tomorrow, that's 8 servings, correct?

    The 2 servings for person is because you want one serving for dinner + one serving leftover for lunch tomorrow. If you need 2 meals for 2 people, that's 4 servings total.

  16. NrsJaneFzyWzy
    Thanks. That was easy!
  17. Leane
    I like to use strained tomatoes in a pinch (passatta) when saucing LC pizzas and dishes as this Keto Pizza. To give a more "Italian" flavour, we often put a thin layer of strained tomato and sprinkle with s & p, garlic powder and Italian seasoning if warranted. It's about the flavour you want to add with keeping added sugar/carb to a minimum. The brand of strained tomato I have has 6g sugar per 1/2 cup and we use it sparingly.
  18. Marisa
    How many pieces should you have in one meal?
    Reply: #19
  19. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor

    How many pieces should you have in one meal?

    This recipe, as written, makes 2 servings. You can make fewer or more using the drop down menu over the list of ingredients.

  20. lauramb1994
    Had this for supper. I added a few spinach leaves, a few mushrooms and diced red bell peppers as well as a few crumbled slices of bacon and it was fabulous. I can see making this and adding various toppings for various types of tastes. I only had 1/3 the pizza because it was so filling. My husband at the rest and loved it. Will be making this one again!
  21. Mary Alice
    I made the recipe for four servings in a deep-dish pie plate. So far, after 20 minutes, the "crust" still needs to finish cooking; it's still mostly liquid and not golden. I should have used a bigger pan. I'll see if cooking it more will fix the problem. At the end, we had very thick cheese "pizza." Not my favorite, but I might like it better if it was in a bigger pan and, therefore, thinner.
  22. wendyatkin
    Made for lunch today and we both loved it! A definite regular from now on.
  23. paulajhermes
    Very yummy, added extra herbs and made it for two,will eat the other half cold with salad tomorrow.
    Reply: #24
  24. Kerry Merritt Team Diet Doctor

    Very yummy, added extra herbs and made it for two,will eat the other half cold with salad tomorrow.

    Sounds great!

  25. ethangoddard2009
    Just made it and wow! That is delicious! I added some spinach, uncured pepperoni, 6 cut up cherry tomatoes, and some parmesan cheese. Hard to only ear half!

    Should have held back on the tomatoes, they ended up making it a 12g carb meal 😳 oops!

    Reply: #26
  26. Crystal Pullen Team Diet Doctor

    Just made it and wow! That is delicious! I added some spinach, uncured pepperoni, 6 cut up cherry tomatoes, and some parmesan cheese. Hard to only ear half!
    Should have held back on the tomatoes, they ended up making it a 12g carb meal 😳 oops!

    Cherry tomatoes pack a lot of flavor so you may not need as many as you think.

  27. Sarah
    Hi can I use fresh mozzarella to make this?
    Reply: #28
  28. Crystal Pullen Team Diet Doctor

    Hi can I use fresh mozzarella to make this?

    Fresh mozzarella would work well as a topping, but not as part of the crust because it has a higher moisture content.

  29. Kathleen
    Just made this for dinner, my husband RAVED about it, and he never raves about anything. Thanks for such a great recipe.

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