Easy Keto Dough Recipe (Perfect For Pizzas & More!)
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This recipe is dough-licious! 😋
Looking for an easy keto dough that crisps up nicely and tastes amazing? I’ve got you covered with this simple recipe that you can whip up and pop in the oven in just under five minutes!
This keto dough recipe is a fathead based dough, but with the addition of psyllium husk, which makes such a great crust for pizza and other keto goodies!
Your family will be asking for seconds!
Even your picky kiddos will love this dough – in fact, my boys have asked for it twice since I initially made it. I call that a win! You can use it for pizza, wraps, enchiladas, taco shells, chips, and so much more! Plus, you can change up the flavor by adding in your favorite spices, sweeteners, and seasonings.
When rolling out your easy keto dough, place the dough between two pieces of parchment paper. This will prevent the dough from sticking to the rolling pin.
If you’re making it for future use, you can place the rolled dough in a freezer bag and freeze your dough until you are ready to use it.
Easy Keto Dough
yield: 8 SERVINGS
prep time: 5 MINUTES
cook time: 12 MINUTES
total time: 17 MINUTES
A fathead based dough with the addition of psyllium husk makes the perfect crust for pizza & other keto goodies like bread and crackers!
Such a versatile keto dough recipe!
Pizza is always a hit in my house, so it was a natural fit to pile on some of my family’s favorite toppings on top of this dough. I think next time I’ll try making a cinnamon-flavored dessert — yummy! The possibilities are truly endless when you combine your favorite keto-friendly ingredients with this easy to make keto dough recipe.
My team member, Jenna, gave this recipe a test for me, and here’s what she had to say:
“I have been dying to use psyllium husk in a recipe again so I am glad it made it in this one! I can’t believe the dough is made in the microwave first, how cool is that? I topped it with some sugar-free marinara and a good amount of shredded mozzarella and parmesan… and it was REALLY good! This is such a versatile dough, I can’t wait to try it for things other than pizza.”