Low Carb Basic Pizza Crust

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Technically, this is sugar free and it is something that my family really enjoys.


Low Carb Basic Pizza Crust

I'm using Tova Carbquik Low Carb Bake Mix which is a basic bake mix only, low carb. You can sub in your own baking mix if desired.
I am also using a bottle of beer. Not a lover of beer? Use warm tap water instead.

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This baby cleans up fast and makes a great crust.

Low Carb Basic Pizza Crust


If you have dough left over, you can refrigerate it or freeze it to use at another time. I will often make extra to use to make bread sticks the next day.

I love the addition of something sweet to this recipe.

The sweet touch seems to complement any garlic that I have added.
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Low Carb Basic Pizza Crust
I'm using Tova Carbquik Low Carb Bake Mix which is a basic bake mix only, low carb. You can sub in your own baking mix if desired.
I am also using a bottle of beer. Not a lover of beer? Use warm tap water instead.
Ingredients
  • 2 cups Baking mix such as Carbquik
  • 1/2 cup Corn meal (can omit and increase baking mix)
  • 1/4 cup Sweetener such as Splenda
  • 2 tablespoons Italian seasonings such as garlic and herbs
  • 1/3 cup Olive Oil- extra virgin preferred
  • 1 bottle Beer
Instructions
I start by applying nonstick, such as using a paper towel to apply some oil, to the pan. Preheat oven to 400fIn a large bowl, combine your baking mix, corn meal, seasonings and sweetener. Mix together with a fork or a whisk.Mix in your oil to the dry ingredients.Now add your beer a quarter of the bottle at a time. Mixing as you go. You will need to use your hands or a dough hook at some point to get a proper feel of the dough. Keep an eye on the consistency of the dough. When the dough is no longer sticking. You may not need the entire bottle of beer or you may need to add a tablespoon or so of the baking mix to achieve that perfect non-sticky dough. Once you get there, set the dough aside for 20 minutes. This is an ideal time to prep any pizza toppings that need prepping. After your dough has sat, knead it for a few minutes and then press it into the pan, starting at the middle of the pan and working your way out. I will use a handful of dough at a time.Add your toppings to the pizza crust and bake for 18-20 minuted or until the center appears to be an equal color to the rest of the pizza.Remove from oven and take a flat pizza cutter or spatula and gently loosen the crust away from the pan without removing itAllow the pizza to remain on the pan to cool for a few minutes before serving.
Details
Prep time: Cook time: Total time: Yield: 6- depending on size of slices
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