- 2 cups zucchini (packed freshly shredded raw)
- 1 large egg
- 1/4 cup shredded Parmesan cheese (freshly)
- 1/8 teaspoon black pepper
- 1/4 cup almond flour (superfine, you can use all purpose flour if you are not doing strict low carb)
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Kelly 3 months ago
Excellent!! Have topped it with tomato-based sauce, veggies, and fresh mozzarella. Also excellent with chicken and pesto as toppings. Unique, healthy, and light. My husband loved it as well. This recipe is a keeper for us!
Brittany 4 months ago
So yummy! I did it in a pizza stone, which worked really well.
Valerie 4 months ago
Not a veggie fan, and this was delicious. Caution with the parchment paper, bonds with it ridiculously. Non-stick pizza pan worked way better.
Kazi B. 5 months ago
Really good everyone enjoyed it!
Noah Wichman 5 months ago
Delicious! We used frozen zucchini from our garden in 2018 and the crust still turned out crispy!
Ian a year ago
Made very little dough it was ok
David Bouzaglou a year ago
Very good, grated too much zucchini so doubled everything up, much better than cauliflower pizza. More crunch
Celia X. 2 years ago
What a sticky mess! I needed a lot more flour and I used gluten free flour.
Amy 2 years ago
OMG!!! This was so good. It is a keeper.
Jordan Dove 2 years ago
I needed more flour than the recipe called for as even after squeezing and leaving the zucchini was too wet to form a dough. Also needed less cooking time than stated. It was fantastic and tasted great, my meat loving husband was really impressed and we'll be making it again!
Grace S. 2 years ago
Loved it! It didn't need as much time in the oven, and it wasn't as filling as a pizza with a wheat crust, but that's to be expected. Made 2 pizzas for the family and it was a win!! Will definitely make again
Ash 2 years ago
A frickin plus! Wow!!! Delicious. I needed way less time in the oven. I topped mine with pesto, garlic, yellow onion, Brussels sprouts and arugula. Insanely good
Amy Lyons 3 years ago
I made a double batch--making two pizzas. For my kids, I made a 3 cheese pizza and they LOVED it!! For the adults I made half of it with pesto instead of marinara sauce and the other marinara (with read onions, spinach, cauliflower, red peppers, and parm, mozzarella, and a bit of cheddar). So yummy!! The only suggestion would be to watch the time because I did not need to bake the pizza crust, nor the "loaded" pizza for as long as suggested. Also, make sure you spread it our evenly or you will get darker spots when baking.
Elizabeth Wheeler 3 years ago
Excellent recipe! I love the addition of the scallions. That's why I chose this particular recipe to try. Didn't think I would enjoy them as much as I did. Only made them to use up some zucchini in the fridge. Now I make these instead of stewing it with tomatoes.