Keto Grilled Pizza. A popular grilling recipe for the summers is keto pizza. With this crispy, chewy keto pizza, you can show off your farmer’s market produce harvest.
- Shredded mozzarella cheese, 3.5 cups
- 1 1/2 cups of almond flour
- 1 egg
- one tablespoon of baking powder
- Xanthan gum, 1 teaspoon
- Salt, 1/2 teaspoon
- Brie cheese, 2 oz.
- Prosciutto, 3 oz.
- 6 sliced grape tomatoes
- 1 tbsp Pure Toum Healthy (link to Healthy Toum recipe)
- 1 teaspoon of pesto
- Arugula, 1/4 cup
- Step 1: Combine the dry ingredients.
- Blend salt, xanthan gum, baking powder, and almond flour. Put it aside.
- 2. Melt the cheese.
- Melt the cheese in a glass bowl using a microwave (1-2 min).
- 3. Add an egg.
- Beat in the egg using an electric mixer.
- STEP 4
- The dry ingredients are in.
- Blend in the dry mixture after adding it.
- STEP 5:
- Between two sheets of parchment paper, roll out the dough(1/4 inch thick).
- STEP 6
- Dispense tom pesto
- STEP 7: Include toppings
- Add the remaining garnishes.
- STEP 8: Include in grill tray.
- Pizza should be placed on a foil or baking sheet that is safe for the grill.
- Step 9: Cook it
- For 15 minutes or until golden brown, cook food at 450 degrees on a grill tray fitted with parchment paper.
Keto Grilled Pizza from the Farmers’ Market
Most people will concur that wood-fired pizza is some of the best available. The superb pizza is made possible by the intense heat. Pizza cooked on a grill is the closest thing to pizza cooked in a wood fire oven since it can produce more heat than other ovens, giving your crust both a crispy and chewy texture. Any kind of outdoor grill can be used to prepare keto pizza crust (link to fathead recipe) (gas, charcoal, or Traeger). The pizza dough puffs up to form a chewy, thick crust with crispy edges. You can make a delicious and fresh keto pizza by topping it with all the summer farmer’s market has to offer.
You cannot cook fathead pizza dough directly on the grill because it is mostly made of cheese.
The dough has the potential to melt, pass through the grill tiles, sink to the bottom, and make a huge mess. The ideal method for holding your crust is to use aluminum foil, a pizza stone, a grill mat, or a grill pan.
- Italian sauce
- Ranch sauce
- hors d’oeuvre
- red onion sliced
- cloves of garlic
- a dark olive
- Pepper Bell
- Fendel sliced
- Hearts of artichoke
- Herbs (basil, oregano, rosemary, thyme) (basil, oregano, rosemary, thyme)
- onion greens
- the cheese mozzarella
- Roquefort cheese
- Sheep cheese
- Camembert cheese
- Sausage (prepared ahead of time) (cooked ahead of time)
- (Ahead of the time cooked) bacon or pancetta
- chicken grilled
- cooked steak
Traeger, gas grill, and charcoal grill
Keto pizza can be prepared on a charcoal, gas, or Traeger barbecue.
The charcoal chimney should be lit and heated. Dump the ready coals into the grill’s foundation. For direct heat, distribute the targets evenly across the entire grill. Allow the grill to get up to 400–450 degrees.
Switch on the gas, light the grill, and let it to heat to 450 degrees. Pizza should be heated up directly.
Pellet grill from Traeger
To your Traeger grill, add pellets. Set the grill to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. For 15 to 20 minutes, bake pizza.
Instructions for Making Ahead
It’s simple to have pizza for dinner on those hectic Summer nights by making the keto pizza dough in advance. By doing this, you’ll have more time to enjoy the nice weather outside rather than spend it slaving away in the kitchen. Prepare the keto pizza dough in advance and store it for up to 4 months in the freezer. The fathead dough ball should be tightly wrapped in plastic wrap before being put in a freezer-safe bag.