Try this pepperoni skillet pizza recipe!
Pizza! Everybody loves pizza, right? All of that delicious cheese and tasty pepperoni–it’s almost impossible to resist! So many people assume that following the keto diet means that you have to give up the delicious recipes you love the most. However, it’s not about totally leaving behind your favorite meals (such as pizza!), but instead, it’s all about finding low carb solutions that yield the same great flavor. Interested? Keep reading!
The crust is what usually contains all of those unnecessary carbs. So let’s start with how we remedied this. Combine cream cheese, butter, heavy cream, and a bit of protein powder with baking powder and cream tartar, and you have a delicious oven-ready crust! Not to mention, the protein powder gives the entire recipe a boost of protein that your body can use. Who needs carbs when you can have a crust like this?
Once you’ve baked the crust, then it’s time to add your favorite toppings. Pepperoni, cheese, and sugar-free tomato sauce–this simple combination will send your taste buds in overdrive. You won’t believe that keeping it keto is this easy and delicious!
Pepperoni skillet pizza is an easy way to cure your cravings without stepping outside of your low carb diet. Before you order in from your favorite pizza joint, try this recipe first. You’ll be amazed at how easy it is, and nothing can hold a candle to a homemade pizza! It’s just too good to pass up.
You can easily enjoy this for lunch or dinner. It serves up eight slices so you can also invite guests! Try it today and fall in love with its incredible taste.
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