Mama's Pizza Crust
by Patti 'Mama' Corso-Driedger
Something you may have not known about all of Mama's products are how versatile they are. Today Mama wants to share one of her recipes that show off the many uses of her Low Carb Bread Mix.
Just because you're eating low carb, doesn't mean you have to forgo one of everyone's favourite late night meals... Pizza!
Mama is proud to show off her classic Pizza Crust recipe:
Patti 'Mama' Corso-Driedger
¾ Cup of Low Carb Mama's Bugaboo Baking Flour Mix
1 Egg or 3 egg whites, Well-Beaten (Mama uses egg whites)
2 Tbsp of Olive Oil
Pre-heat Oven to 350°F and when hot, place your pizza stone in the oven for 5-10 mins to heat up.
In a medium, mix all the ingredients together with a spatula until dough ball is formed.
Wrap in plastic wrap to let rest in the fridge for 5 minutes, prepare a sheet of parchment paper to spread dough later.
Remove dough from fridge and place it on the parchment paper. Cover it with your plastic wrap and spread it with your hands into your desired shape and thickness. Mama likes it thin (about 10 inch pizza)
Bake in oven for about 10 mins at 350°F.
Add toppings and bake again for about 10-15 mins until cheese is bubbly and crust looks fully baked. (can broil cheese for 2 min if necessary.
This recipe also keeps well if you want to fridge or freezer it, for the next time you want a pizza crust ready to use. Just seal it in an airtight container or freezer bag after baking but before adding your toppings.
Here is also some of Mama's favourite toppings, do note this will change your macros depending on what you top the pizza with:
- Olive Oil mixed with Well-Drained Tomatoes
- Buffalo Mozzarella
- Red Onion
- and Garlic Salt on the edges of the Crust!
- Serving Size
- 1 Slice /w Toppings
- per serving
- 13.2 grams
- 8.9 grams
- Net Carbs
- 4.3 grams
- 20.2 grams
- 13.8 grams
Disclaimer: As with all of Mama's Recipes, this is a Low Carb and Gluten Free recipe. However, feel free to adjust with substitutes where you like. Such as egg or dairy vegan substitutes, for example.