Keto Breakfast Pizza- Meat Lover's Style

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Keto Breakfast Pizza is blowing up the scene! This Meat Lover's Style is a hit among low carbers... ummm   Yes please! This recipe was modeled after my original breakfast pizza recipe including original crust. It uses our easy keto fathead dough recipe. 

When making the transition to low carb I had to convert that recipe to keto approved.  It isn't exactly the same, but it is absolutely delicious and does the trick.  See for yourself! 

slice of keto fathead pizza on plate.

Keto Breakfast Pizza

Made with our Fathead Dough Recipe


Cast iron skillets are a must for my kitchen.
They do require a little love, but the end result is well worth it.  The best part is, they last forever. The cast iron pans my grandma use to cook with are still being used today and making the same delicious food they did years ago.
If you haven't tried a pizza in one, you really must. The dough cooks up crispy and thick like a pan pizza from your local restaurant. 
Another amazing keto breakfast recipe-  Havarti Bacon Puffs
egg and cheese bite on cutting board.

Keto Pizza

Pizza on a low carb diet though? Exactly.... I have altered my traditional breakfast pizza recipe to incorporate a keto and low carb option called fathead pizza that make it possible. I'll tell ya, it's just as good as the original! This recipe starts with an easy fathead recipe that is so versatile we have used it for sweet baked goods.
If you don't know already, it's simply a dough made with keto or low carb approved flours like almond or coconut and uses mozzarella cheese as the "gluten".  There is no white or wheat flour in this recipe which also makes it gluten free.
keto breakfast pizza slice on white plate.

What is Fathead Dough?

Fathead dough, or also known as Fat Head dough, is a gluten free dough that can be used in both savory AND sweet applications. Instead of gluten, a mix of mozzarella and cream cheeses combined to create a "glue' to hold the dough, bread or pastry together.

It is actually quite genius.  I know what you are probably thinking.... what about the taste?   NO! You can not taste the cheeses at all.  I am telling you, genius. 

fathead dough ball for recipe on bowl with spatula.

 Making our Keto Breakfast Pizza

Note-  because of the nutrition information varying so much for each different brand and item that can be used, we are not providing a label. 

You can use the link below to input your own information from your specific ingredient labels.  However our Keto Breakfast Pizza is about 1.7 net carbs per slice. Our keto fathead dough recipe can also be used for many other recipes. 

The calories are going to seem high, but this is for 2 pieces. So around 335 calories per slice. 


meat lover's keto fathead pizza in skillet.

Helpful Tip

Here is a tip-  if you are following a strict keto diet unfortunately this tip isn't for you.....   however, low carbers, you can shortcut this recipe by using Bob's Red Mill 1 to 1 or Low Carb Flour. 

If you have never had it before it is going to have a bit of a different texture, but nothing too crazy. For sure worth try , it is easy to get use to.

keto pizza


More amazing keto recipes: 

No Bake Cookies 

Everything Bagel Brussel Sprouts 

Chocolate Ice Cream 

Chocolate PB Whoopie Pies 

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Check out the video on how to make this fantastic breakfast pizza. 



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Keto Breakfast Pizza- Meat Lover's Style

Yield: 4 People
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes

Using the famous fathead recipe we have created an amazing keto breakfast pizza perfect for meat lover's and those looking for a change! 


For the dough:

  • 2 ounces cream cheese
  • 2 cups mozzarella, shredded
  • 2 eggs, beaten
  • 1 cup almond flour
  • pinch salt & pepper

For the toppings:

  • 2 eggs, beaten
  • 6 strips cooked bacon
  • 4 sausage links, cooked and diced
  • 2 deli ham slices, diced
  • ½ cup mozzarella cheese
  • ¼ cup shredded cheddar


  1. Preheat oven to 400, grease a cast iron pan.
  2. For the dough- 
  3. Mix cream cheese and mozzarella together in a bowl and microwave for 1 minute. Stir and heat additional 20 seconds until melted and mixing smoothly. 
  4. Add beaten eggs to almond flour, mix well.  Combine with the cheese mixture and work until a dough is formed.  
  5. Push dough into cast iron skillet (like you would for a deep dish pizza). Poke holes to avoid air bubbles. Bake for 10 minutes. 
  6. Making the pizza- 
  7. Pour beaten eggs over the dough, top with all meats and cheeses. 
  8. Return to the oven to bake for an additional 10-15 minutes or until set up and golden. 
  9. Cut into 8 equal pieces. Serving size is 2.  
  10. Net carbs are around 3 per serving (on the high side) 
Nutrition Information:
Yield: 4
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 669

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22 thoughts on “Keto Breakfast Pizza- Meat Lover's Style”

  1. I love that you put the carb content and calorie content with your recipe. I am so appreciative of that. It really bothers me when recipes claim to be low carb, yet they don't give you the carb content. I'm very new to keto and I'm not really techno savvy LOL so I don't always know how to use those apps that people tell you to use. I much rather someone like yourself who does the work for me LOL thank you I will definitely be making this week.

    • Youre welcome!! WE started blogging about keto for our daily readers before it was super popular so we didn't need all of the added nutrition info as they already knew it so some of the recipes still don't have the info. We work hard to provide everything so update often. I appreciate your compliments. Thank you!

  2. Has anyone used a different pan? I don't have a cast iron yet. Could it be done in a pie pan?

    • Certainly can ! Just press it into any buttered dish or pan! Even a sheet pan would work.

  3. am a beginning keto "member" and am basically getting most of my recipes from your site. can't wait to try them and thank you for all of your hard work.

  4. Can you please offer the size of your cast iron pan? Or just a pan size in general? Looks like a GREAT recipe!

    • You are So welcome! No need to be sorry, I put myself out to the world daily haha there are bound to be some people who have an issue. It is really ok, I just wish they understood. Send some more recipes our way, we are happy to share! 🙂 <3

  5. I make this recipe weekly, usually on Sunday morning it is the best ever. I am the only one who eats keto in my house but they all ate it.

  6. I saw that too Sindy people can be so rude like the comment about the ads, like can you watch TV without commercials? *EYE ROLL*

    • Unfortunately because of all the spam and bot accounts created out there, honest bloggers like myself get wrapped up into the negativity when running ads. This is my business and , as you said (great analogy) without the ads I can't make money, without an income I can't do what I love. Cooking and providing my readers with great recipes. This is a JOB. My only job. I work sometimes more than 40hrs a week. It is harder than they think. Thanks Danny <3

  7. I saw someone say that they couldn't find the recipe, ummm it couldn't be more obvious without biting you in the butt come on people. anyways though thanks for sharing this I don't follow Sizzle and Salt so wouldn't have seen it, I am now though haha

    • Sigh. I literally have done all I can do to make it stand out more. I think that people are use to just scrolling past the whole post to find a recipe card, that may be why. Glad you like SandS ! You are welcome 🙂


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