Fathead Sausage Pizza

Fathead Sausage Pizza

Do you miss pizza?  When I started my Keto journey, I really missed pizza.  There is just something comforting about pizza – at least for me.  I searched Pinterest for Keto pizza recipes and found all kinds of pizza – crustless pizza, pizza casserole, cauliflower crust pizza, chicken crust pizza and Fathead dough pizza.

If you haven’t tried Fathead dough then you are missing out on so many things besides just pizza.  I’ve tried several different recipes for Fathead Dough and my favorite is from Ditch the Carbs.  Fathead dough can be made using coconut flour or almond flour. I have to admit that the first time I made Fathead dough it was a failure.  I was so disappointed!  After watching some videos, I realized that I was not getting the mozzarella cheese and cream cheese mixture melted enough.  So I gave it another try and was successful.  In the beginning, I used almond flour and we liked it.  Recently, I decided to try the coconut flour version.  The consensus at my house is that we like the coconut flour version best.  Be mindful of the fact that almond flour and coconut flour do not exchange in equal proportions.  One cup of almond flour is equal to 1/4 cup (4 tablespoons) of coconut flour.

Sausage pizza is by far the most requested pizza at my house.  Other variations that we like are sausage, pepperoni and mushroom or shrimp scampi pizza (I will post about this one when I make it next time.  It is decadently awesome!).

Delta Mama Cooks Keto Sausage Pizza


One recipe Ditch the Carbs Fathead Dough


1/2 cup Rao’s Tomato Basil sauce

7 oz mozzarella cheese, freshly grated

5 oz hot sausage, cooked

other toppings as desired


Prepare crust according to Ditch the Carbs Fathead Dough recipe.  Top with Rao’s Tomato Basil Sauce, mozzarella cheese, sausage and other toppings as desired.  Bake until cheese is melted and bubbly.  6 servings.

What are your favorite pizza toppings?


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