The MOST AMAZING Deep Dish Keto Pizza you will EVER have!


KETO DEEP DISH PIZZA RECIPE | This is the best keto pizza I’ve had in my whole life
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Seriously. Amazing. Keto Pizza. This keto deep dish pizza has all the characteristics of a true Chicago style pizza. With a thick crust made from cornmeal – except we don’t use cornmeal in this keto pizza recipe. We use lupin flour which has a similar appearance and flavor of cornmeal. We also add our cheese down first to allow for it to get melty without burning it. Then add the toppings – pepperoni. Then more cheese on the pizza and finally we spread a layer of low sugar marinara sauce.

*** NOTE: I found the exact lupin that I used. It’s lupin meal. I have it linked below.

There is no need to pre-bake this keto pizza crust. Just add all of your toppings on top of the dough and bake it in oven. To get that deep dish effect, I used a cast iron skillet (8 inches) but you can use a cake pan or a square baking dish as a substitute if you don’t own cast iron.




Products Used:
Lupin Flour:
Rao’s Marinara Sauce:
Castiron skillet: or
Breville Food Processor:




1 ½ cups shredded mozzarella cheese
½ cup lupin meal
½ cup almond flour
1 egg
1 teaspoon baking powder
½ teaspoon salt

½ cup shredded mozzarella cheese
12 slices pepperoni
⅓ cup low sugar marinara sauce

Melt mozzarella cheese in a glass bowl in the microwave at 60 second intervals until melted. Add melted cheese to a food processor along with flours, egg, baking powder and salt. Pulse until a dough ball forms. Press into a greased 6.5 or 8 inch cast iron skillet or cake pan. Press dough up along the edges. Sprinkle half of the cheese on top of the dough. Then layer down the pepperoni. Sprinkle remaining cheese. Spread sauce on top of the cheese. Bake at 350 degrees for 20 to 25 minutes. Broil on high for 2-3 minutes just to get the top of the pizza bubbly.


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  1. One of the tricks to a good Chicago deep dish or Chicago stuffed is to coat the pan with a heavy coat of butter then dust with fresh grated parmesan. This gives a buttery, carmelized parmesan taste that is amazing. Also, this is so popular Amazon is all sold out of lupin meal.

  2. I have tried so many recipes from so many people so I was a Doubting this one would turn out I did everything you said to do except my loop and flour is like powder and so I added some nutritional yeast a tablespoon, I’m going to say this was one of the best pizza crusts I have ever tasted. Thank you for all your hard work

  3. This is it! The holy grail of keto pizza. I had all the ingredients in the house (it’s a miracle) and made one for lunch. Wow wow wow. Only thing I did differently was sprinkle a little parm on top before baking. Super delicious. Next time will try a sausage and veggie combo.

  4. Hi Annie,
    This looks really great! I’m beginning to wonder if it would work with dairy free cheese.

    The doctor just put me on a dairy free and gluten-free diet, after being low carb for almost 2 years. We are trying to find the reason for my digestive problems. Personally, I’m betting it’s erythritol.

    We bought a gluten-free dairy free cheese pizza last night. Very expensive. It was OK. It’s funny I was complaining about the price of lupine flour,, but I could probably make a lot of pizzas with this flour!

    Maybe putting the sauce on top will allow the cheese to melt better

    Oh my, Any suggestions on how to get an alternative that’s dairy free in the crust itself?

  5. So this lupin flour is legit, eh? Trust me, I am so NOT the keto police. Does it taste good? Also, I’ve seen some keto bloggers throw in some rapid yeast when making breads or rolls just for flavor, since their isn’t any sugar to bloom it – would you ever do that here? Thanks! Looks Dee-Lish!

  6. Lupin flour has this bitter metallic after taste, does this after taste come across in the crust? This flour would be perfect if it weren't for that after taste. Also my lupin flour is not as coarse ad yours will this make a difference? Pizza looks INCRDIBLE!


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