Low Carb “No Dough” Crust Pizza! Yummy!

Today’s pizza was so good I could not wait to share the recipe in a video, so the video will come later (see how much I love you guys). I held the crust in my hand while eating, which in itself was a treat when it comes to low carb pizza. Can you believe it’s induction friendly pizza? Here is the recipe with visuals of each step.

No Dough Pizza Crust

Deep Dish Low Carb Pizza

For Crust
8 oz of Grated Mozzarella Cheese
4 eggs
1 teaspoon Italian seasoning

Spray frying pan with oil based spray. In a medium bowl, whisk the eggs then add the mozzarella cheese and mix together. Add the egg cheese mixture to the heated frying pan. Allow to cook over medium heat until the top of the mixture is slightly firm. Place the pan with the mixture directly into the oven (at 375) degrees and bake for 5- 8 minutes. Remove from oven.

 

Low Carb Pizza Topping, Pepperoni, Sausage And Vegetables

For the topping
2 oz sausage meat
10 pieces pepperoni
2 tablespoon chopped onions
2 tablespoons chopped red peppers
1/2 cup marinara sauce
1/2 cup of Mexican four cheese blend

 

In a fry pan, add the sausage meat and allow to brown. After 8 minutes add the onions and cook 2 minutes more. Add the green peppers and cook for 2 minutes. Pour the marinara sauce over the pizza and spread to cover the entire surface. Top with pepperoni then the sausage mixture. Top with the cheese. Bake at 375 for 10 minutes or until the cheese is melted.

No Dough Pizza Crust With Topping

Finished No Dough Pizza

Finished “No Dough” Pizza

Serves 4 When eaten with a salad.

 

Lowcarb “No Dough” Pizza Nutritional Value

 

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19 Responses to “Low Carb “No Dough” Crust Pizza! Yummy!”

  1. Jay says:

    Welcome Holly and thank you for your kind words:)

  2. Holloy Feehan says:

    OMG! These recipe is such a keeper. I found lowcarb360.com for the first time last night. I am hooked. I ran to the store this morning and have so many amazing recipes to try this week. I love the videos. Keep ‘em coming, Jay!

  3. Jay says:

    Thanks Debra! I am happy to hear that you enjoyed it. I am going to do a video of this one real soon. Thanks for reminding me:)

  4. DebraM says:

    Jay, this recipe was awesome.. I think we should nominate you for the Food Network Channel

  5. Evette says:

    I my goodness!!!!! This is scrumptious!!!! I never missed the dough whole time I was eating my pizza. I will make this again and again and again. I love pizza so much but always felt a little guilty after eating. NO MORE QUILT!!!! Thank you soooooooo much for this recipe. I will try it with the croissant recipe also. I am HAPPY! HAPPY! HAPPY!

  6. Jay says:

    Your welcome and thanks so much for commenting: )

  7. Char says:

    I tried the pizza recipe to get my pizza fix and loved the recipe. I would like to try it with fewer eggs so that I get more texture from the cheese and less of a spongy texture. I also used your provolone cheese taco shell recipe to make a quick low carb snack by filling it with deli chicken breast when I’m in a hurry. Thanks for all of your great ideas.

  8. kmp723 says:

    WOW, this look’s really delicious I can’t wait to try this.

  9. Kellye says:

    I just made this for dinner and yummmmmmmmm! It was so good, it tasted like I was eating regular pizza. Thank you for the recipe!!

  10. amber says:

    What temperature do you bake the crust the additional 5-8 minutes?

  11. Julie says:

    This looks great, however I sometime have trouble with dairy and getting any weight loss.

  12. Lisa says:

    made this today! This was yummy! Total hit with the boyfriend and I. We also had a salad with it which he made a yummy soup. It was divine! We added some mushroom and he even left some left overs for lunch tomorrow! Thank you – he sent me a thank you email for this dinner!

  13. Jay says:

    I use the “Fresh Finds” Brand. I purchased it at Big lots: )

  14. Luna555 says:

    What particular brand of marinara should i use, most marinara in the grocery are loaded with sugar and carbs.. Thank u so much Jay I love your blog and videos!

  15. Victoria says:

    Hi Judy,

    I am just beinning the again. I have got to loose soome weight. I am hoping we can help each other. How many pounds are you trying to loose?

  16. Jay says:

    Hi Kat,
    Hi Kat,

    I will work on making a video with that recipe for you within the next couple of weeks. But right of the bat I would say season them with (cayenne pepper, salt,black pepper, and a little garlic powder) then put a tablespoon or two of oil over them, bake at 400 degrees for 45 minutes on a baking tray with a rack ( this will make them crisp up nicely) Turn the wings once throughout cooking time. Remove from oven and immediately coat with buffalo sauce. Yum!

    To make buffalo sauce
    1/2 cup butter
    1/2 cup franks hot sauce melted in in the microwave (use less hot sauce for milder wings)

  17. Kathy Bowman says:

    This looks so good! Pizza is what I’ve been really wanting too! Now I can eat it and not feel bad about it! Thank You so much for sharing!

    PS: Do you have any good baked Buffalo Chicken Wings recipies that are induction friendly? If you do …please share!

    Kat

  18. Jay says:

    Thank you Judy, I hope you try this one it was delish : )

  19. Judy Scotland says:

    Girl, you have out done yourself once again!
    This recipe is truly creative.

    Thank you for your inspiration,

    Judy Scotland

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