Keto Broccoli Crust Pizza

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Have your pie & eat it too! You may have heard of a keto cauliflower pizza crust, but have you tried a Keto Broccoli Crust? We have some great tips & tricks on achieving an actual crispy crust for this recipe. So, if you're craving pizza, you'll wonder why you've waited so long to make this recipe.

Did you know that broccoli vs. cauliflower battle, broccoli wins as its healthy fats, protein & fiber content are higher & broccoli has fewer net carbohydrates coming in at 4.5 net carbs per cup? 
Your favorite pizza toppings are calling. Let's get cooking!

Author: Jennifer Dodd
Average: 5 (2 votes)
Prep Time
20 mins
Cook Time
20 mins
Total Time
40 mins
2-3 persons


Pizza Crust
Pizza Toppings


Pizza Crust
Preheat your oven to 225 °F. Convection ovens are a plus for this recipe 
Using a cutting board & knife, chop broccoli into small pieces that will fit into your food processor. Include the stem, as it adds an extra crust & is rich in fiber. 
Using a strainer, wash the broccoli thoroughly. 
Set up your food processor with the finer shredding attachment, shred the broccoli. 
Remove shredded broccoli from the food processor, place onto a kitchen towel over a small bowl & squeeze out any excess liquid from the broccoli. Less moisture will result in a crispier crust. 
Line a baking sheet with a paper towel & place the broccoli onto the paper towel. Bake in the oven for 6 minutes, flip with a spatula halfway through. This cooks the broccoli a little & helps to incorporate the other ingredients. Not to worry, the paper towel won't burn, be careful not to catch any of the pieces when flipping. 
While the broccoli is in the oven, use a box grater or food processor to grate the cheese for both the crust and the cheese for your toppings. Pre-grated cheese contains cornstarch or tapioca starch to prevent the cheese from sticking together. Best to avoid this, keeping the carbohydrates low and fresh.
Once broccoli is ready, remove it from the oven, use the paper towel to squeeze any more liquid out, adding the broccoli to a medium-sized bowl. 
Increase the oven temperature to 425 °F.
Add in cheeses, eggs, Italian seasoning, salt & protein powder. Mix well using your hands. 
Line a sheet pan with a silicone baking sheet. The silicone liner works wonders in preventing the crust from sticking. If you don't have one, you can use parchment paper and cooking spray
Using a spatula, spread & shape the crust into a 12-inch circle, covering any bare spots. 
Bake for 8 minutes & prepare your pizza toppings.   
Remove from the oven, allowing the crust to set. 
Pizza toppings
Using a small ladle or spoon, spread out the sauce leaving an inch rim for the crust. 
Sprinkle the two kinds of cheese evenly. 
Top with your favorite additional toppings 
Bake for 8-10 minutes until the cheese is golden or melted.
Remove and let it cool for 2 minutes.
Lift your pizza onto a large cutting board using a spatula & cut into eight slices 
Place onto a large plate or eat directly from the cutting board. 

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