The keto diet is a high-fat, low-carbohydrate diet that is very popular today. It is very low in carbohydrates and has been a great weight loss diet option, but what about for tasty pizza toppings? If you want to enjoy that feeling of a pizza without the carbs, you need to try a Keto mushroom pizza.

Mushrooms are a great meat substitute in dishes like this mushroom pizza. That’s because they have a neutral flavor that’s perfect for blending with other flavors. Plus, they’re a good source of fiber, which helps with weight loss by helping you feel fuller longer.

It’s a summer’s day and nothing in the fridge. Time to make a pizza!

Pizza with a keto mushroom supremo

 

 

Try this thick and delicious “mushroom supremo” pizza as an alternative to traditional tomato sauce-based pizzas. On a crispy zucchini crust, softly sautéed mushrooms in a cream-based garlic sauce with kale, parsley, and mozzarella.

35 + 45 meters Medium

7g

Instructions

  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit (175 degrees Celsius). Using parchment paper, line a 15 x 10″ (38 x 25 cm) baking sheet or comparable sized pan.

  2. In a medium-sized mixing basin, combine the pizza dough ingredients. Mix everything together, then knead it until it forms a solid dough.

  3. Place the dough in the parchment paper’s middle. Place another parchment sheet on top of the dough and flatten it with your hands or a rolling pin, creating a rectangle crust. Remove any thicker edges with a knife and redistribute the dough to any places where it is scant.

  4. Set aside to cool after pre-baking for approximately 15 minutes or until slightly brown. Prepare the Funghi topping while the crust is baking.