Easy Almond Flour Pizza Crust – No Egg – Low Carb – Keto

Almond Flour PIzza Crust
Freezer Friendly Grain Free Keto Friendly Kid Friendly Low Carb One Pan 

Nutrition: 300 Calories | 2.8g Net Carbs | 14.2g Protein

Delicious thin-crust pizza, sturdy enough to hold in you hand—this easy almond flour pizza crust is the perfect base for all your favorite pizza toppings.

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Pizza, pizza, pizza!! My family loves pizza. We started a tradition about 6 or 7 years ago of enjoying pizza and a movie on Friday nights. Every Friday morning I would make pizza dough from scratch, let it rise all day, and then add toppings and bake it for dinner. Since we’ve changed to a low-carb diet, I’ve experimented with cauliflower crusts, mixed vegetable crusts (same idea, just switching it up), and other crust alternatives. There are lots of fun and tasty options, but this almond flour pizza crust is our favorite when we’re looking for a “traditional” crust.

Almond Flour Pizza Crust

Cauliflower and other vegetable crusts taste great (although they can make your towels really stinky), but you can’t hold them in your hand like a traditional crust. We were always eating our pizza with a fork. When I stumbled upon fathead pizza dough, I was intrigued. This almond flour pizza crust is my version of the fathead dough. I removed the egg and added garlic, herbs, and olive oil, so it’s more like the the traditional pizza dough I made many years ago. This pizza crust has all the great flavors of traditional dough, minus the carbohydrates from the wheat flour.

Almond Flour PIzza Crust

How to Make Almond Flour Pizza Dough

Making the almond flour pizza dough is really very simple. Start by adding mozzarella cheese, cream cheese, garlic powder, Italian herbs, and salt to a bowl. Microwave for 1 minute. Then, mix everything together as best as you can. The cheese won’t be completely melted at this point, so microwave it for another minute, and mix again. Next, add the almond flour.

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The almond flour probably won’t mix in completely, so microwave it for an additional minute. Then add the olive oil. Mix everything together until it starts looking like a dough. Finally, once it’s completely combined, add the baking powder. Mix until the baking powder is just incorporated and place the dough on a silicone mat or parchment paper.

Low Carb Almond Flour Pizza Crust

I like rolling my dough out on a silicone mat because it’s the exact size of my baking pan. Put a second silicone mat or piece of parchment paper on top. Use a rolling pin to roll out the dough. The mat or parchment paper on top prevents the dough from sticking to the rolling pin. Bake the almond flour pizza crust for 10 minutes at 425º F.

Almond Flour Pizza Crust

Freeze the Crust for Quick Meals Later

The pizza crust will come out of the oven golden and delicious. If you want a quick, easy meal for later, you can freeze the pizza crust. First, let it cool. Then cut it into quarters and store the crust in a gallon-size zip-top bag in the freezer. When you’re ready to use your frozen crust, pull out as much crust as you need. Pre-heat the oven to 425º F. While the oven pre-heats, top your pizza crust (no need to thaw). When the oven is ready, bake for 8-10 minutes and you’ll have fresh, hot pizza.

Egg Free Almond Flour Pizza Crust

If you’re making your pizza to serve immediately, add your sauce and toppings after the crust is baked. This pizza has red pizza sauce, pepperoni, avocado, black olives, and mozzarella. The classics are nice, but it’s fun to try out new topping combinations. Once you have your pizza topped, put it back in the oven for about 8 minutes, until the cheese melts. Cut the pizza into pieces and enjoy. If you need to re-heat leftovers, bake them in the oven at 350º F for 5-7 minutes.

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Almond Flour Pizza Crust

Easy Almond Flour Pizza Crust – No Egg – Low Carb – Keto

Delicious thin-crust pizza, sturdy enough to hold in you hand—this easy almond flour pizza crust is the perfect base for all your favorite pizza toppings.

Total Time: 28 min
Prep Time: 10 min
Cook Time: 18 min


  • 1 1/2 Cups Mozzarella Cheese
  • 2 Tbsp Cream Cheese
  • 1 tsp Granulated Garlic
  • 1 Tbsp Italian Herb Blend
  • Pinch Salt
  • 3/4 Cup Almond Flour
  • 1 1/2 tsp Olive Oil
  • 1 tsp Baking Powder
  • Toppings of Choice


  1. Pre-heat the oven to 425º F.
  2. In a microwave-safe bowl, combine the mozzarella cheese, cream cheese, granulated garlic, Italian seasoning, and salt. Microwave for 1 minute.
  3. Remove the bowl from the microwave and stir everything together as best as you can. Then, microwave for another minute. All the cheese should be melted at this point and easy to mix together. Add the almond flour to the bowl and start mixing.
  4. Microwave the ingredients for 1 more minute. Next, add the olive oil and mix everything together until it looks like a dough. As the dough gets stiffer, start folding from the outside in to combine. Finally, add the baking powder and fold in until just combined.
  5. Place the pizza dough on a silicone mat or sheet of parchment. Top with a second silicone mat or parchment sheet. Roll out the dough until it’s the size of your baking pan. Bake for 10 minutes or until golden.
  6. After the crust is baked, top with your favorite toppings. Bake for an additional 8 minutes, until the cheese is melted. Slice up your pizza and enjoy!!
  7. You can also freeze the almond flour pizza crust after the first baking. Cut the crust into quarters and store in a gallon-size zip-top bag. When you’re ready to use the frozen crust, pre-heat the oven to 425º F. Top your crust (no need to thaw) and bake for 8-10 minutes.


Yield: 4 servings, Serving Size: 1/4 of the crust

Amount Per Serving:  Calories: 300, Total Fat: 47.3g, Saturated Fat: 7.9g, Cholesterol: 41.2mg, Sodium: 416.6mg, Carbohydrates: 5g, Fiber: 2.2g, Sugars: 1.4g, Protein: 14.2g

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14 thoughts on “Easy Almond Flour Pizza Crust – No Egg – Low Carb – Keto”

    1. Hi Angela,
      When I roll out the pizza dough, I make it the size of my silicone mat, 11.5″ by 16.5″. The serving size is 1/4 of the dough, which could be one large piece, 5.75″ by 8.25″. However, I usually cut each quarter into 4-6 slices to make eating easier. This would make 16-24 slices for the whole recipe.

  1. Can u tell me how many net carbs in whole pizza? You said 2.8 net carbs per serving! But how many in whole pizza? You said makes 4 servings! Is 4 servings whole pizza recipe? Making sure for my keto diet

  2. Hi Meagan! Sorry to keep asking more questions! I make this pizza in s round pizza pan! I usually cut in to 6 slices! So if 11.2 net carbs in whole pizza can I have 3 slices for my meal? That wod keep me in just 5.50 net carbs? And if I keep my lunch carb free can I have the whole pizza for. My dinner? I usually just put olives mush and pepperoni plus bit of marinara and mozzarella

    1. Hi Megan! I sent in another question couple of days ago and still waiting for a reply! If I don’t have carbs for lunch can I have whole pizza for my dinner? I use round pizza pan cut into 6 slices! Thanking you in advance 😊

      1. Hi Angela, If you cut the pizza into 6 pieces, then one slice will have 1.9g Net Carbs. Half of the pizza (3 slices in your case) will have 5.6g Net Carbs. I’m not sure what your macro requirements are, but this should fit easily into your Keto meal plan.

        1. Hi Megan! Thank you so much! My son and I started Keto Diet! We both love pizza! This works great because keeps us well under the 20 allowed carbs per day! We tried other keto pizza recipes but this one much better! No eggy taste because no eggs! 😊

  3. Hi Meagan! First time I made this pizza dough Came out perfect! When I made it again dough comes apart! Doesn’t stretch like the first time! Dough breaks

    1. Hi Angela, I’m so glad to hear the crust was perfect the first time. I’m not sure what happened the second time. You might need to warm it up a little more in the microwave before rolling the dough out. It does roll better when it’s warm. The dough is pretty forgiving. I can usually pinch it back together if I poke a hole in it.

  4. Tried this recipe today, next time will double crust recipe. Rolled out and barely covered round pizza pan. Will use this recipe often. Husband liked it

  5. Hi,
    Would this recipe also work as dough for a calzone? Since going low carb and developing an allergy to egg, I have missed calzones!

    I know it may be difficult because you can’t precook before filling. Will it be too soggy?

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