I posted a few pics of these low carb pizza roll-ups on my Instagram stories this week and got tons of DM’s asking for the link to the recipe. Ask and ye shall receive! Here’s the recipe so you can make em’ for dinner this week.
LOW CARB PIZZA
Whether your eating keto like us or just looking for a low carb pizza to squeeze into your meal plan this week, I promise you will not be disappointed with this recipe.
I’m breaking out the nutrition by roll, so you can fit them in to your macros however you choose (full nutrition in the recipe below). We try to say at 20 net carbs or less per day, so if I know we’re having these, I’ll make sure I plan my other meals out so that I can eat a couple of rolls (they’re 3.1 net carbs per roll) or I just assume a few extra carbs that day.
Either way, they are actually very filling and high in protein, so don’t be disappointed if you can only have a few rolls. Pair them with a salad to make it a meal!
There’s not much to this recipe, but I definitely recommend a few things:
Move Quickly with the Dough. Work the dough while it’s still hot (I get best results when I plop it back and forth between my hands like a hot potato).
Parchment is your BFF. Bake on parchment paper (things always crisp up better that way in my opinion). I also recommend spreading the dough as thin as possible between two sheets of it so it rolls better.
And, when you roll it, don’t press things too tight – just sort of loosely roll it until you run out of room.
Slice with care. Oh, and most importantly, slice it really slowly so you don’t squish everything before you place the roll-ups on the baking sheet.
TAKES UNDER 35 MINUTES FROM START TO FINISH!
This is a great little meal to make with your kiddos. My daughter helped me with each step and it still took under 35 minutes from start to finish.
Need I remind you that she’s four and everything takes a thousand years? It’s like these pizza rolls have magical powers because they legit took ten minutes to prep and 25 minutes to bake.
I like them a little crispy and dark around the edges, but if you like them a little less crunchy, you may want to experiment with your baking time.
SUGAR-FREE AND GRAIN FREE
There are no grains or refined sugars in this low carb pizza recipe – I use Bob’s Red Mill Almond Flour to keep it grain free and protein rich.
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