Are you a BIG FAN of Fathead Pizza?
yea… US TOOOOOOOO!
When we made this for the first time we were DESPERATELY craving some sort of bread texture to have with our burgers (a weekly dinner staple for our busy schedule) and my husband suggested we use the Fathead dough as a bun style bread. I was curious at the idea
and thought WHAT THE HECK, we might as well try!
This video makes me laugh so hard because I took one bite, looked at Justin and said GRAB THE PHONE! THE KETO WORLD NEEDS TO KNOW THIS IS POSSIBLE!!! And the video went VIRAL lol! Within 24 hours there were over 25k views, which is WELL ABOVE my normal average ;). I just HAD to share the love with YOU!
I’m pretty sure Fathead dough happens a few times per week in our house in one form or another and the best thing about this recipe is that it is SO versatile! We have made this dough into bagels, piggies in a blanket, crackers, bread and so much more! It can EVEN be made into sweet keto cinnamon rolls… and I have a feeling this NEEDS to happen at some point this weekend when my mama Ask Nurse Cindy is here 🙂
We took basic recipe and divided it up into 4 separate sections, flattening them into a circular shape and baking as normal. You could even make them smaller, in the size of a slider or into ovals, spread super thin and use like a flatbread for sandwiches. have fun, get creative and make sure to comment below with your FAVORITE way to Fathead! The original post and recipe can be found HERE!
-1 3/4 cups pre shredded/grated cheese mozzarella is the best or Edam/mild cheese
-3/4 cups almond meal/flour
-2 tbsp cream cheese
-pinch salt to taste
-1/2 tsp dried rosemary/ garlic or other flavorings optional
-Preheat oven to 425.
-Mix almond flour and mozzarella together and add to a saucepan over medium. Toss in cream cheese cubed and mix until melted. You can also heat in a microwave for one minute, stir then again for 30 seconds.
-Remove from heat once melted. Add egg and seasonings and mix thoroughly. (Sometimes helpful to mix with hands to blend texture)
-Cut dough into 4 sections and spread out thinly onto PARCHMENT PAPER (it will stick and burn on anything else). You can place dough between 2 sheets of parchment paper to spread out into circles and create even texture.
-Make 2-3 fork holes in each circle to ensure even cooking.
-Bake for 12-15 minutes till golden brown. You can flip half way through to get both sides crisp and cooked evenly.
-Once cooked allow to cool for 3-5min then slap your toppings on your burger and INHALE! You will thank me later 🙂