|November 17, 2023

Keto Breakfast Pizza (Dairy-Free)

By Jordan Pie
Reviewed by Theresa Greenwell for Scientific Accuracy on 08/07/2023

Keto Breakfast Pizza (Dairy-Free)

Breakfast pizza recipe & content provided by Jordan Pie

What’s more fun than pizza for breakfast? This low-carb breakfast pizza is made completely from scratch from start to finish in less than 25 minutes. Since the crust mixes and cooks so quickly, it’s perfect for mornings where you want a fancy breakfast without a ton of effort.

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Once your breakfast pizza crust is cooked and ready, it’s time for toppings. I topped my breakfast pizza with smoked salmon, avocado, fresh herbs, sauteed spinach, and a drizzle of olive oil. But pizza boundaries are meant to be broken, so get creative! Try bacon and eggs, last night’s leftovers, chimichurri sauce, roasted veggies, or kimchi or sauerkraut.

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Keto Breakfast Pizza (Dairy-Free)

Eat pizza for breakfast: This keto-friendly breakfast pizza powers your morning with quality fat and fiber in under 30 minutes. Paleo and Whole30.
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DietDairy-Free, Grain-Free, Keto, Paleo
Servings2 servings


  • 2 cups grated cauliflower
  • 2 tbsp coconut flour
  • ½ tsp salt
  • 4 eggs
  • 1 tbsp psyllium husk powder (Use a mold-free brand like this one
  • Toppings: smoked Salmon, avocado, herbs, spinach, olive oil (see post for more suggestions)


  • Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Line a pizza tray or sheet pan with parchment.
  • In a mixing bowl, add all ingredients except toppings and mix until combined. Set aside for 5 minutes to allow coconut flour and psyllium husk to absorb liquid and thicken up.
  • Carefully pour the breakfast pizza base onto the pan. Use your hands to mold it into a round, even pizza crust.
  • Bake for 15 minutes, or until golden brown and fully cooked.
  • Remove from the oven and top breakfast pizza with your chosen toppings. Serve warm.

Nutritional Information

  • Calories: 391
  • Fat: 19 g
  • Protein: 28 g
  • Fiber: 17 g
  • Sugar: 6 g
  • Carbohydrates: 28 g
  • Net Carbs: 11 g
  • Sodium: 1502 mg

Note on ingredients: Heavy fibers like psyllium husk can sit undigested in our guts, feeding bad microbes. In large amounts, it can also cause GI distress. Use high-quality psyllium husk whenever possible, consume only occasionally, and get more of your fiber from whole vegetables.

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