Keto-friendly pizza just got easier! Enjoy Low Carb Pizza for dinner without the carb coma! Low Carb Protein Pizza is packed with natural ingredients, keto-friendly and gluten-free. Super easy to make, just MIX – POUR- BAKE!

PBCo. Bruschetta and Hawaiian Low Carb Pizza on wooden boards

Mouthwatering pizza aromas wafting through your house in no time. And….. is there anything better than leftover pizza for breakfast or lunch?

Pizza is probably one of my MOST favourite foods and one that I missed when I started my low carb journey 10+ years ago. I remember making an egg-white “Pizza base” 😩 😂 , which was really a plain omelette with pizza toppings on top lol. Tasty…but NOT PIZZA! 🤓

Keto-friendly Pizza Bases…

Fat Head Pizza base seems to be super popular keto/ low carb groups online, and whilst it’s tasty, I mean who doesn’t love cheese, but when you have so much fat in the base, then add more protein, cheese and other toppings. This becomes a super heavy meal (for me anyway)

NOTE: If you love Fat Head Pizza Base, enjoy! Eat what makes you happy!

However, not everyone who follows a low carb WOE is following keto, and calories still matter, so finding an alternative that is still SUPER low in carbs BUT is lower in fat with fewer calories is a win-win! Not to mention the protein & the added bonus of share-ability – Protein Pizza is a base that holds together and perfect for your next pizza night!

Other benefits of swapping to Protein Low Carb Pizza Base…

  • Macro-friendly
  • Lower in Fat 
  • Holds together like a thin & crispy Pizza
  • Family-Friendly
  • Packed full of healthy ingredients
  • Source of fibre
  • Fewer Ingredients needed for the base.
  • Save the cheese for the toppings!
PBCo. Keto Pizza Base with olives, cheese, jalapenos and tomato

How to make Protein Pizza

Protein Pizza: What you’ll need: 

  • 80g Protein Pizza Mix
  • 3 eggs 
  • 60ml water
  • 1-2 TB of Olive oil.

PREPARE – Preheat a fan-forced oven to 180°C and line an extra large baking tray with baking paper (not greaseproof paper).

MIX – Place 80g of this mix into a large mixing bowl. Add all ingredients and whisk to combine into a smooth liquid batter.

POUR – Pour the batter into the centre of the lined tray. Using the back of a spoon, spread the batter to the edges so it’s less than 1/2 cm thick.

BAKE – Place in a preheated oven and bake for 15-20 minutes or until golden brown, then remove from the oven. FINISH YOUR PIZZA – Add your favourite pizza toppings, then pop the pizza back into the oven for a further 10-15 minutes or until golden brown on top.

What’s in each pack of Protein Pizza…

Lupin flour, kibbled sunflower, flax meal, whey protein, almond meal, sesame seeds, mixed herbs, garlic, onion, salt.

🍕 One pack of Protein Pizza makes… 🍕

4 Large Pizza Bases…or if you want to make single serve bases 8.

The great thing about our keto-friendly pizza base is that not only is it low carb and gluten-free. It’s packed full of protein, fibre and healthy fats so you can feel AMAZING after you’ve enjoyed it!

Save the cheese for the best part (the toppings) and if you are vegetarian you can top your pizza with loads of veggies and still get a good amount of protein in one meal.

1 serve of Protein Pizza = 27g protein. 💪🏼

Now the fun stuff…Check out some of our Pizza Topping ideas below…

The Classic Margherita Pizza.

PBCo. Margherita Low Carb Pizza

Tomato, Cheese, Basic and Pizza Sauce. Simples! Where did the Margherita Pizza get its name?…(I hear no one ask 😂 )⁠

A Naples based Pizza Maker in the 1800’s – Raffaele Esposito named it after Margherita of Savoy, the onetime queen consort of Italy!⁠

Sautéed Mushrooms & Olives…

PBCo. Mushroom and Olive Keto Pizza

No need for overly fussy ingredients. Pizza is a great way to get rid of any random veggies you have leftover in your fridge before the next grocery shop.

Hawaiian Pizza

PBCo. Ham & Cheese - Low Carb Hawaiian Pizza

I was never a huge fan of pineapple on pizza, it’s only been recently that I’ve got into it. The trick for me is chill flakes. It makes it soooo much yummier, salty, sweet and hot are a winning combo!

How about something a little fancy…

Brie and Smoked Chicken.

PBCo. Brie, Smoked Chicken, Ricotta & Rocket Keto Pizza

Pizza topping is a personal journey 😂 Make your keto pizza fancy AF or as simple AF, no rules!

Ham, Salami, Mushroom, Cheese and Pizza Sauce…

PBCo. Ham, Salami, Cheese and Mushroom Pizza on a cutting board

Here are some other great Pizza Topping ideas for you to enjoy!

  • Spicy salami, capsicum, sliced jalapenos, onions, hot sauce
  • Bacon, red onion, a whole egg cracked on top
  • Prawns, chorizo, rocket 
  • Zucchini, artichoke, grilled eggplant, spinach, and pesto
  • Seafood pizza (precooked medley of squid, mussels, clams, prawns etc)
  • BBQ sauce, shredded chicken, red onion, smoked paprika

Smaller appetites or a great option for the bariatric surgery folks…

PBCo. Low Carb Mini Pizza Bases with vegetarian toppings

Mini Protein Low Carb Pizza Bases

Nutrition for each base : Carbs 2g – Fat 10g – Protein 17g – Cals 172

What about those who don’t want to bake the base…

If you’re keto you may want to skip this bit…

Sometimes convenience wins! There are some supermarket options for LowER Carb Pizza Bases.

Simson’s Pantry – Low Carb High Protein – ½ Pizza Base – 34g carbs. I’ve also seen on some FB Low Carb groups people using Mission Low Carb Wraps as pizza bases – 1 wrap – 11g Carbs.

In case you need MORE convincing…

Here are 8 reasons why you SHOULD love Pizza!

1. There are soooo many types – there is a Pizza for everybody

2. Can be enjoyed as a snack or a meal

3. Leftover Pizza makes a delicious breakfast

4. It’s tasty hot & cold. 

5. It’s a social food…shareable and fun to eat with others!

6. It’s comfort food.

7. It can be made healthy!

8. It’s delicious!!!

So there you have it!

Some tasty ways to enjoy our Protein Low Carb Pizza Base! We get it…it IS different to a regular pizza base… we think it’s better! 😉

*Nutrition for Fat Head is based on the recipe found on Diet Doctors website and Protein Pizza based on the back of pack recipe made with 1 TB of Olive Oil as per instructions using the Food Standards Calculator.

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Joanne Salerno
Jo struggled with obesity as a teenager. She decided that she needed to take control of her health, and embarked on a 3.5-year journey to lose 56kg’s and get healthy, This involved a combination of cutting out a lot of unhealthy foods, reducing carbs and exercising. Educating herself on the value of nutrient-rich foods was a key factor. Throughout this, Jo became passionate about helping as many people feel as good as they can, so they could enjoy life with those that they love. Joanne started with the business in Customer Service, and due to her passion for Low Carb as well as experience as a Weight Loss Coach – quickly progressed and was promoted to Community Manager.