Paleo Diet Almond Flour Pizza Crust

In this video I show you how I whip up a Paleo Pizza crust using almond flour in less than 30 minutes from start to table.

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26 Replies to “Paleo Diet Almond Flour Pizza Crust”

  1. Fred What

    I am diabetic so I have been using experimenting for a while to replicate actual bread with almond flour. I finally figured out a good ratio to make it feel like actual bread texture and feel.

    3/4 cup Almond Flour, 1 Tbsp Xanthan Gum, 1 Tbsp Wheat Gluten, 1 Egg, 1 Tsp Apple cider Vinegar and 1/3 Tsp baking powder.

    It makes a great crust, or you can roll it out and bake it and make a tortilla type bread to make sandwiches. You can put garlic powder with salt and top with cheese for garlic bread., or you can season with cinnamon powder and pumpkin spice and make a tasty treat.

    If you don't want wheat gluten, just more Xanthan gum. Also thought about Chia seed gel rather than eggs, haven't tried it yet.

  2. Melanie Cramer

    Quick question.
    I read the nutritional information section, and then noted that this recipe serves 12 people.

    Is it safe to say the NI indicated on your website would reflect the eating of the whole pie?

    In my mind the NI does reflect the whole pie with the way the NI is for Almond-meal/flour

    Just looking to clarify… thanks so much!

  3. Ericson578

    my favorite keto friendly pizza recipe is the holy grail keto pizza recipe. It uses almond flower and eggs like this recipe, but also cheese and cream cheese in the crust. Just mentioning in case any low carb / high fat ppl like me wandered into this video! Arrowroot is a no-no for us types.

  4. Carol Napolitano

    Does it have an almond taste? That's what I think about when I think about almond flour crust, are there many carbs in arrowroot flour? Thank you for all you had work on find us a better pizza crust! I've never tried the eggplant crust. I grew up with a dad who was a baker, I've always put olive oil on or under my pizza.I'm looking at your pizza, and I'm thinking, fresh minced garlic, and a drizzle of olive oil, plus maybe some fresh basil too. So you can't make this more crispy? Still better then cauliflower and egg pizza. I tried the cream cheese crust, I was worried about burning the bottom, I didn't use parchment paper, I put it in a lasagna pan, lightly greased the bottom, but it could of cooked more. It was good, but like a thin layer of cheese, not a crust. The cream cheese crust would be good in a casserole dish, like with egg plant and meats, you can layer as many crust then and meat, veg, and bake. Should be good. The cream cheese crust is like a layer of cheese, so bake a few and put them in the freezer for lasagna, or what ever. I'm gonna go get some almond flour, and make this crust, my son is also low carb. (he's grown) he's be happy to have a (crust) pizza crust. Thanks again!

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