Pizzas. We’ve had it for take out all the time. But have you actually tried making it on your own?
To be frank, I’ve never done it until a friend at work came to me with some random recipe she found online.
She took that recipe she found and actually made it the focus of a Sunday family cook-off. She spent a substantial amount of time just making pizzas after pizzas with the kids. And that was the best time they’ve every had as a family.
And I could tell because she came to work beaming from ear to ear.
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That made me want to try it out. Pizzas. How hard can it be?
If you’re looking to make the traditional stone oven pizzas, that’s difficult. I mean, who has a stone oven hanging around the house even? Otherwise, I’ve actually got some little tips and tricks to make it a lot easier!
Read on to find out how you can make the coming Sunday a family cook-off with your kids. And no one has to know you’ve employed these tips and tricks.
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Keto Skillet Pizza
No stone oven? It’s okay. No convection oven? It’s okay. No oven at all? It’s okay.
Wait what? That’s right. This recipe makes pizzas right off the skillet. This is the first trick in your book of pizzas that you have to try.
See how thin and crispy the crust is? This will be such a treat for the kids!
- Calories: 240
- Total Carbs: 3g
- Net Carbs: 1.5g
- Fats: 19g
- Protein: 13g
Low-Carb Pizza (Yeast-risen, keto-friendly)
The graphic really says it all, doesn’t it?
If there’s one thing I would modify, I would say to be more generous with the cheese! I love my pizzas when they’re all stretchy with strings of cheese hanging as you pull the slices apart. That’s me being a kid all over again.
Often, you’ll hear that bread has to be avoided because of the amount of carbs in it. But this recipe doesn’t employ a standard all-purpose flour. It actually uses coconut flour as the foundation of the crust. That’s why it’s low carb!
Keto Sheet Pan Pizza
Another trick in your pizza bag! This recipe actually uses a baking pan/sheet. This means that anyone with a standard family kitchen will be able to cook pizzas since I believe not everyone has pizza boards lying around.
Speaking of pizza boards, if you’re looking to purchase one next time, definitely go for an aluminium board because they’re a whole lot easier to clean. There’re also wooden types which really give a rustic feel!
This is also the first recipe I tried as I waited for the aluminium pizza board to arrive. I love how cheesy it is. The crust is just nice for me — a great ratio of dough to ingredients.
- Calories: 359
- Total Carbs: 13.1g
- Net Carbs: 4g
- Fats: 16.6g
- Protein: 29.1g
Low-Carb Buffalo Chicken Pizza
But the ratios of the hot sauce used here are perfect. In fact, it’s great for people who aren’t too familiar with spicy foods!
If you’re like me, who love a good heat every now and then, you can definitely increase the amount of hot sauce in the recipe! I bet it’ll taste just as great.
- Calories 661
- Total Carbs: 4g
- Net Carbs: 1g
- Fats: 52g
- Protein: 8g
Dairy Free Cauliflower Keto Pizza Crust
Now if you’re lactose-intolerant or if you’re vegetarian, you can actually give this recipe a shot. It has no dairy in it at all!
I’m not sure about you. It looked a little plain in the photo above, but it smells really fragrant. It actually is quite pretty to the eyes (I’m not kidding).
Would you believe me if I said this pizza is full of nutrients? I’m not kidding. If you look at the recipe, it actually contains cauliflower and avocado oil. Cauliflower contains high levels of Vitamin C and K while avocado oil helps fight against inflammation and is heart-healthy.
There’re plenty of reasons for you to try this now.
- Calories: 278
- Total Carbs: 12g
- Net Carbs: 5g
- Fats: 21g
- Protein: 11g
Keto BBQ Pork Pizza
Now, this is probably my favourite recipe thus far. Also because I love bbq pulled pork before I started my keto diet. Having to stay away from it for keto makes me crave and love it ever more.
Imagine my excitement when I found this recipe. I had to give this a shot!
The outcome certainly didn’t disappoint me. While the pulled pork tasted a little dry for me, but the flavours really amazed me. I didn’t think it would work well on a pizza base, but it sure did.
Keto White Pizza
I’ve never heard of a white pizza before. And it certainly isn’t as white as I imagined it to be. This was an interesting recipe if I’m honest.
It might be a give and take for some of you, but if you have the time to give it a shot, why not? I’ve never quite seen this recipe before, and I’m still wondering if I want to try it again.
It’s here on the list because I want some opinions from you guys — whether you like this or not. Also, I believe most of you have never heard or seen this recipe before.
Wow. We made it through. I hope you’ve gotten enough tips and tricks (to trick your kids, maybe) on how to make these keto pizzas fast (and on a budget). They’re a really great way to have fun with your kids.
Not to mention the cauliflower pizza is actually healthy for you. I mean, I wouldn’t think that eating pizzas would help me lose weight, right? Probably not. But still, it’s a great addition to our keto diets. I hope you’ve got some great insight on how to make easy keto pizzas for your family!
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