Great recipe! I used Ro-Tel tomatoes instead of pizza sauce to cut back further on the carbs and add a little kick.
it was fabulous! My very fussy hubby who is doing low car for the first time, loved it. My only question is what size pan do you all make this in? I used a pie plate. <br/>Made it like the recipe calls for and did cook the mozzarella for 5 minutes as suggested.
Loved this recipe but not sure I got the best crust possible. I followed recipe and pre-baked the cheese crust for 5 minutes as suggested. Then added spices to egg mixture for taste. End results the very bottom of crust.(The mozzarella cheese) was a extra crispy brown texture that just peeled off the egg mixture part of the crust??? Again it was still very good but don't think the bottom should peel off which btw just tasted like burnt cheese. Help!
This is great. I substituted oregano for the Italian seasoning because I was out. I also used a 10x15 pan to get a thinner crust and used a small 8oz can a pizza sauce. You cannot go wrong with this recipe. It is definitely a keeper and is a wonderful substitute for a bread pizza crust.
We make pizza pretty much every Friday and being gluten free and trying to cut down on carbs it's a constant struggle to find something that is somewhere in between those two and actually tastes good. This is coming from someone who has tried it all: cauliflower, chicken/cheese mixture, cheese only, ground beef, high carb gluten free flours & starches, etc. I tried this recipe last week and plan on making it again tonight!<br/><br/>I made it as suggested with baking the cheese til melted first (on parchement paper) and cut down the eggs to 2 so it wouldn't be too 'eggy'. I was worried about it tasting like an omlet but it didn't at all. I added some minced garlic and crushed red pepper as well as some italian blend seasoning. I also added a few tablespoons (4ish) of golden flax meal to the egg blend to add some chewyness.<br/><br/>This is a perfect base recipe to tweak to make the perfect low carb/gluten free pizza and will now be my go to recipe (which is saying alot). It's also great for making "pizza eggs" the morning after! :) <br/><br/>Thank you very much!!!
Dh and I have been doing the Low Carb diet for quite some time so it was really nice to have "pizza" for dinner. We enjoyed the taste of this, but we both found it very rich. That's not necessarily a bad thing though, as you tend to eat less. I'll definitely be making this again and will play around with it a bit. I'd like to try using 3 eggs as another reviewer indicated. Thanks for the great recipe.
My son & I started cutting out the carbs and have been looking for good recipes. Every Friday is pizza night at our house so I wanted to find a good pizza recipe. I will look no further!! This recipes is SO GOOD!! The entire family tried it and we all loved it!! I will continue to make this every Friday so we can continue to enjoy our pizza. Thank you SO MUCH for posting this recipe!!
My husband and kids made "yummy yummy" noises upon first bite... I don't know if a recipe can truly bring a family closer together, but this one sure did! I used fat free half and half and eggbeaters and it still came out perfect as far as I can tell... This will become a Friday movie night recipe rotation from now on! Thank you, thank you!
This Pizza is one of the best I have ever tasted!!!!!!!!
AWESOME! Make it for the family or friends and if they are foodies they will love it. If they are low carb foodies will be so amazed to be able have such an enjoyable, low carb friendly meal. As for the following recipe..... http://lowcarbdiets.about.com/od/breads/r/flaxpizza.htm I made it for lunch and I will never make it again, ever. My wife, daughter and myself all agreed it was gross. My son was starving after weight training and inhaled a couple pieces. He said it was ok. He had the Sidds low carb recipe later and when I suggested I'd call it Pizza Casserole he said "call it pizza, that was GOOD!"