I’m a big lover of pizza and late night Domino’s doesn’t really jive with being Keto-friendly. One medium Domino’s pizza has a whopping 192 net-carbs.
Luckily there’s a brand that I’m reviewing today that I love called Real Good Foods which makes keto-friendly pizzas using either Chicken Crust or Cauliflower Crust.
I have been a fan of their chicken crust for a while now but felt that their cauliflower crust was not up to par. I found it to get easily soggy and was a bit dry.
However, recently on their Instagram, they announced that their Cauliflower Crust had their recipe improved and I was excited to see if it was much different.
The Ingredients (CAULIFLOWER MARGHERITA PIZZA)
CAULIFLOWER CRUST: (cauliflower, almond flour, liquid while egg, mozzarella cheese, coconut flour, salt, xantham gum, MOZZARELLA CHEESE (pastuerized milk, cheese cultures, salt, enzymes), PIZZA SAUCE (tomato, water, tomatoes [tomato, tomato juice, citric acid, calcium chloride], olive oil, spices, dehydrated garlic),
Wow!!! This new recipe is a total game-changer. While there is still some cauliflower taste, there is no sogginess anymore nor is it super dry. The taste is much better and has a much more similar consistency to a chicken crust which is more firm and more pizza-like.
However, if you’re used to anything from shitty late night drunk food pizza like Domino’s to high-quality New York pizza in NYC, this will not be a replacement. As a pizza snob, this obviously isn’t real pizza but it’s pretty damn close as you’ll get to the real thing that’s also keto friendly.
The macros on this are pretty good and you can eat an entire pizza and probably stay in Ketosis.
- Serving Size: 1/4 PIZZA (120g)
- Total Fat: 27g
- Total Net-Carbs: 8g
- Sugars: 3g
- Protein: 22g
My favorite way to make this is on the BBQ. However, if you live in an apartment complex with no BBQ, I’d recommend a pizza stone for your oven, it makes a huge difference! You can buy Real Good Foods Pizza here.
Here’s a photo of a Cauliflower Pizza I made on the BBQ: