6 Reviews

I loved this pizza crust easy to work with and helped with the pizza craving.

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jrobinson March 13, 2012

this was pretty good, but it wasn't the easiest dough to work w/. i had to pat it out and it stuck to my hands pretty bad even after oiling them pretty good. i used 2 cups of mozzarella, wasn't sure exactly what italian cheese to use. next time i'll try it w/ just one egg. worked great though and definitely gave me my pizza fix. it's super filling though, i made it on a med sized rectangle cookie sheet and cut into 8 pieces. i ate the 1st piece fine, but couldn't even get through 1/2 the 2nd piece. i used to put down 4+ pieces of regular pizza! (no wonder my butt's so big lol) i froze the left overs so now i can just pop them in the nuker for a quick lunch.

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MuddyMommaPottery February 09, 2008

This pizza crust is amazing. I was skeptical after seeing what was in the ingredient list but after reading some reviews I decided to try it. I'm actually eating it as I type lol. I think it's way better than regular crust, so flavorful, very filling. I actually feel like I'm cheating on my induction phase but I'm not!!! The texture matches regular crust so closely that you forget it's not bread. Thank you so much for the greatest pizza crust of all time!!! I have so many plans and ideas for this crust!!

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gradmanovich April 06, 2016

This was a delicious, simple recipe. I mixed it all together in a food processor and spread it into parchment paper, using plastic wrap to keep my hands clean. I made 2 personal size pizzas and froze the rest of the dough, hoping it will work just as well. It had a nice chew to it, didn't taste like pork rinds, and felt quite "real". I think it would be better cooked at a lower temp as it got very close to burning, and I agree with a previous poster that all the mozzarella should be melted better into the dough. The cheese bits cooked faster than the dough itself and the pizza was flecked with near-burned shreds of cheese. I also think it needs a touch of salt, or something to elevate the flavor a bit. Very yummy!

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debbierenee00 March 15, 2016

This was the best tasting pizza crust, even better than regular crust. Also, you should microwave the mozzarella cheese and cream cheese together first, it makes the dough more "even" and makes it easier to work with. I'm going to use this dough as a base for many things, like cream cheese danishes (minus the Parmesan cheese and spices, of course.)

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ExtraGrassFedButter March 06, 2016

This was delicious. I love that you can pick it up and eat it without it falling apart. I also love the fact that I can spread it into the pan without touching it as I used a tablespoon to spread it out. So great to have pizza back on the menu! Can't taste the pork rinds at all! It is very filling as I normally eat 3 or 4 slices of pizza but was well-stuffed with only 2 :) Romans 10:9 That if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised Him from the dead, thou shalt be saved! shalom! <3

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Randi W. March 06, 2014
Low Carb Pork Rind Pizza Crust