Making a Healthier Pizza

Making a Healthier Pizza

Alex Brecher

Pizza can be one of the worst foods you can choose when it comes to weight loss and health, but it can also be one of the best. You can make your own healthier pizza with low-carb crusts and smart toppings.

Low-Carb Crusts

“Greasy” may be a common word used to describe pizza, but did you know that each slice has more than 30 grams of carbohydrates? That means a single slice may have more carbohydrates than your daily limit on a keto diet! Plus, who stops at a single slice?!

Using a low-carb crust as your base can slash the carbohydrates in your pizza. That means you may be able to have two or more slices, or enough to get full and satisfied, without going over your carb limits.

The Bariatricpal Store has some delicious and easy choices for Low-Carb Pizza Crust. You can blend the mix with a few other ingredients and bake the crust halfway. Then add your sauce and other toppings and finish baking the pizza. Just check the package for the exact ingredients, temperature, and time recommendations.

All you need to make Newa Nutrition Low-Carb Sugar-Free Protein Pizza Dough and Crust Mix is warm water. It has 13 grams of net carbs and includes ingredients such as oatmeal, oat bran, and powdered egg whites. There are 7 servings per container and the mix is available as a single bag or a three-bag pack

Keto Baking Mix by Keto and Company - Flatbread and Pizza Crust has only 1 gram of net carbs, including 7 grams of dietary fiber. It takes ¼ cup of butter and 2 eggs, and then your crust is ready to roll, bake, and use!

Keto Pizza and Bread Mix by Extra White Gold has 12 servings per package and is available in a single or 3-pack. It has 110 calories and only 3 grams of net carbs per serving. You can add eggs, olive oil, and Italian seasoning if you like.

The easiest and quickest way to get low-carb pizza is to use ThinSlim Foods Zero Carb Protein Pizza Crust, which is ready to use. It has 90 calories per serving, 14 grams of protein, and 0 grams of net carbs, including 14 grams of dietary fiber. It has 4 servings per package and comes in single packs or 3, 6, or 12-packs. You can freeze the extras!

Healthier Toppings

Pizza toppings can range from bad to great for your diet plan. A sugar-free pizza or tomato sauce can be a healthy choice, and we offer a Calorie-Free Pasta Sauce. Any kind of cheese you choose is low in carbs and sure to taste great. 

Next come the toppings. There are as many possibilities as there are diet plans, so choose some according to your fiber and protein needs, your calorie goals, and, of course, your taste buds! These are some possibilities.

  • Cut vegetables, such as bell peppers, spinach, onions, mushrooms, eggplant, broccoli, artichoke hearts, and tomatoes
  • Lean proteins, such as chicken breast or ham
  • Keto fatty proteins, such as bacon, sausage, and pepperoni

Pizza can be a regular part of your diet. It can even be a healthy part when you choose the best ingredients. It is easy to make your own healthier pizza with Low-Carb Pizza Crusts and your other favorite ingredients.

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