Keto white pizza
- 2 2 large egglarge eggs
- 1⁄3 cup 80 ml sour cream
- 3 tbsp 3 tbsp mayonnaise
- ¾ cup (3 oz.) 180 ml (85 g) almond flour
- 1 tbsp 1 tbsp ground psyllium husk powder
- 1 tsp 1 tsp baking powder
- ½ tsp ½ tsp salt
- ½ cup 120 ml sour cream
- 1 cup (4 oz.) 240 ml (110 g) mozzarella cheese, shredded
- ½ cup (11⁄3 oz.) 120 ml (40 g) shredded Parmesan cheese
- 1 tsp 1 tsp chopped fresh rosemary or dried rosemary
- 1⁄8 tsp 1⁄8 tsp ground black pepper
- Preheat the oven to 350°F (175°C).
- Whisk together eggs, sour cream, and mayonnaise. Add the remaining ingredients and mix well. Let the dough sit for 5 minutes to allow it to thicken.
- If you want to make one pizza per serving, divide the dough into as many pieces as servings. Or make a large one and slice it right before serving.
- Place the dough on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Add another lightly oiled paper on top (oily side down) and use a rolling pin to flatten the dough evenly. The crust shouldn't be thicker than 0.25" (5 mm).
- Remove the top parchment paper and repeat the same procedure if you make more than one pizza.
- Bake for 10 minutes. The crust should be lightly golden; don't overdo it. Remove from the oven and let cool for a few minutes. Flip the crust upside down so that you are spreading the topping on the crispier side.
- Spread sour cream on top. Add shredded cheese. Sprinkle with rosemary and pepper.
- Place the pizza back in the oven and bake for another 5 to 10 minutes. Watch out: You don't want the edges to overcook or burn.
- Remove the pizza from the oven, grate, or slice parmesan on top. Serve immediately.
Almond flour-based dough satiates way more than others. So you can make smaller pizza portions that are great for snacks.
This pizza reheats well the following day. It also makes a great kid-friendly lunch and takes lunchboxes to the next level.
Make an extra crust! It will keep in the fridge for two to three days, or freeze it for a future fast meal where all you need to do is defrost and add the topping.
There is not a good substitute for the psyllium. It gives a pliability to the finished product that other ingredients won't. If you do not have psyllium, you may wish to try another crust and use the "white" toppings from this recipe on that crust.
I am looking for a crispier recipe
Topping like a flammenkueche is always OK
There are a couple of important elements in this one, make sure it is thin and flip the crust before topping. Another option you may enjoy is the Kedough Pizza. https://www.dietdoctor.com/recipes/sullivans-kedough-pizza
Thanks for your comment, Lori! So glad you loved it!