Easy Keto Mini-Skillet Pizza Margarita Recipe (Only 5 Ingredients!)

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  • prep time

    prep time

    5 min

  • cook time

    cook time

    15 min

  • ready time

    ready time

    20 min

Easy Keto Mini-Skillet Pizza Margarita Recipe (Only 5 Ingredients!)

120 ratings

Are you craving pizza but short for time? We've got you covered. These easy mini pizzas are best for a quick weeknight dinner that makes everyone in the family happy! Easy to customize and make it your own. Even better, the 3-ingredient crust can be made quickly on the stovetop. 

  • Net Carbs

    7.5 g

  • Fiber

    9.8 g

  • Total Carbs

    17.3 g

  • Protein

    20.3 g

  • Fats

    14 g

246 cals

Easy Keto Mini-Skillet Pizza Margarita Recipe (Only 5 Ingredients!)

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  • Egg Whites

    Egg Whites

    4 large egg white

  • Egg


    3 large

  • Coconut Flour by Nutiva

    Coconut Flour by Nutiva

    ½ cup

  • Spaghetti Sauce

    Spaghetti Sauce

    3-½ tablespoon

  • Mozzarella Cheese

    Mozzarella Cheese

    ½ cup

Recipe Steps

steps 7

20 min

  • Step 1

    This crust will make 3 personal pizza crusts, using 1/2 cup of the batter for each mini crust. Adding 1/3 cup shredded mozzarella cheese to the batter will prevent an overly “eggy” taste. It will also make the crusts brown. The crust will be a kind of batter when prepped.
  • Step 2

    Whisk both egg white and whole eggs for (1 minute)
    Step 2
  • Step 3

    Add coconut flour and baking powder and whisk until smooth (1 minute)
    Step 3
  • Step 4

    On low heat, heat up a greased skillet. Once hot, pour batter in for 4-5 minutes until bubbles form. Flip carefully! Cook for 1-2 minutes (can burn quickly) 
    Step 4
  • Step 5

    Top with spaghetti sauce and cheese.
    Step 5
  • Step 6

    Broil on low for 5-7 minutes, until cheese is melted. Let cool for 5 minutes for the best flavor
    Step 6
  • Step 7

    Chef’s Notes: Flipping the batter is the most difficult part. To start with success, use a non-stick skillet or a well-seasoned cast iron. With well-seasoned cast irons, sticking is minimal and it’s easy to transfer from stovetop to oven. Seasoning cast iron simply means to coat with a thin layer of oil and let it bake for an hour to let to oil set into the iron to prevent sticking. If you want to make a big batch, you can freeze them. Cook each crust and allow them to cool before topping a light layer of coconut flower to prevent sticking. Divide each crust with parchment paper.

Comments 22

  • UnbelievableArugula641452

    UnbelievableArugula641452 2 months ago

    there’s no baking powder on the ingredient list and instructions are very confusing. Not much flavor and very dry.

    • varissul

      varissul 10 months ago

      This recipe does not scale well. The "crust" was thick, and the ingredients list did not list the baking powder or salt (I added 1/4 tsp baking powder for one serving and 1/8 tsp of salt). Also, I had to thin out the batter so it would spread evenly across the pan. I measured everything by weight in grams (as listed). To me, there were not enough toppings for the size of the crust. I don't think I'll make this again with the crust. I'll just put the topping on a Zero Carb 6" tortilla and calculate the carbs from there.

      • Cwotney

        Cwotney a year ago

        This was pretty good, it came out better than expected. The dough was thick and not pourable like the recipe states which was fine but had to form each pie in the pan. More of a deep dish consistency. Will make again. I also added 1/3 cup mozzarella to the dough

        • Iloveketo72

          Iloveketo72 a year ago

          Delicious. My husband that I made him a pizza. I'm not happy with the carbs though. 17gm I don't think I will make it any time soon. I only have 20 gm for the day.

          • varissul

            varissul 10 months ago

            Do you count total carbs or NET carbs? This recipe only has 8 NET carbs per serving. If you're only eating 20 NET carbs per day, that's a little over 1/3 of your NET carbs.

          • simplelife2000

            simplelife2000 a year ago

            If I’m not mistaken, the 20 they give on the app is net carbs

        • Iloveketo72

          Iloveketo72 a year ago

          Way too dry for me. I had no calories to add anything else

          • LizPepper

            LizPepper 2 years ago

            I didn't follow the recipe. I decided to make waffles instead. I used olive oil to oil my waffle iron. I mixed up all the eggs and didn't separate any. I then added 1/2 tsp of baking soda and used 1 cup almond flour instead of coconut flour for the batter and followed the mixing instructions. I'm not a fan of using coconut flour for recipes that aren't desserts. The batter was enough for 4 good sized waffles in my double waffle iron. I didn't cook until browned because after adding the sauce, spices, Mozzarella, pepperoni, green pepper and red onion slices, I put everything in the oven on a lined baking sheet and broiled on 210°F for 10 minutes. The crust browned a little and it was delicious! Will have to try the origi al recipe one day and see how it goes.

            • Iloveketo72

              Iloveketo72 a year ago

              Sure seems to be better than the recipe. I agree that coconut flour is a desert. Thx for sharing

          • UpbeatAvocado956138

            UpbeatAvocado956138 2 years ago

            Not vegan so not sure why it came up on this list

            • IneffableAvocado320770

              IneffableAvocado320770 2 years ago

              This tastes ok, but more like a bread than a pizza crust. Maybe if I spread it to make it a lot thinner, then it may be more like a crust?

              • PropitiousAvocado781901

                PropitiousAvocado781901 2 years ago

                Absolutely amazing, mine came out perfectly with non stick pan.

                • CowerPower

                  CowerPower 3 years ago

                  Welp, dinner's ruined. Something tells me the author got the proportions incorrect. The "dough" just crumbles in the pan and no amount of modifying can fix the texture and flavor. This recipe is irredeemable and deserves to go down in the Annals of Terrible Healthy Recipes.

                  • Iloveketo72

                    Iloveketo72 a year ago

                    Did you add the Baking Soda? It's not on the list of ingredients. I found it while reading the instructions on where to add the flour.

                • ShannonF

                  ShannonF 3 years ago

                  This was so awful we threw it away. It’s more like a pizza-stuffed crepe, and it’s way too sweet.

                  • janmalcolme

                    janmalcolme 3 years ago

                    Tasty - modified - but less than a “crust” more like a pizza frittata you eat with knife and fork. I added 1/2 cup of Parmesan in addition to mozzarella in batter. I also added 3/4 a cup of almond flour so it ended up as a dough. Undeterred, I heated a medium all clad non-stick skillet with 2 tbsp almond oil and plopped dough down and flattened and merged it across the bottom of the pan with a large flat wooden spoon. It took some work but it appeared to crisp on the bottom (2 mins or more). To flip it, I heated a larger all clad non-stick skitter with 1 tbsp almond oil (it takes higher heat without smoking and crisps things easily). The “pizza crust” was sliding easily in the medium pan so when hot I flipped the smaller pan contents over into the larger one - perfect landing! Both sides golden, I added sauce, fresh cheese, thinly sliced tomatoe and put the whole pan in the preheated oven (400 degrees). In 3 minutes the cheese was bubbling. I cut the “pizza” in half with a long spatula and scooped half onto a plate successfully. Topped with fresh basil and ate with some pesto on the side. I have half the dough left in the fridge. Later I’ll try making the “crust” sandwiched between wax paper and pound it thinner then refrigerate before using for the next go around.

                    • BPatton

                      BPatton 3 years ago

                      Never again. Even did a modified version of the crust. Terrible

                      • Gina

                        Gina 3 years ago

                        Forgot to list the amount of baking powder in the ingredient list ......How much baking powder?

                        • gbean

                          gbean 3 years ago

                          1 tsp

                      • Frankie

                        Frankie 3 years ago

                        I modified it and LOVED it! For the crust: 1 tablespoon Italian seasoning + 1/2 tablespoon oregano + 2 tablespoons shredded mozzarella + 2 tablespoons parm, and about 1 tablespoon of the baking powder. For the toppings: Used fresh mozzarella, and tomato basil chicken sausage. My non-keto fiancé wants this again soon.

                        • SplendidAvocado730990

                          SplendidAvocado730990 6 days ago

                          I may use your version minus the chicken sausage... cooking for 4 people and two are non keto which makes it difficult

                      • GorgeousAvocado716213

                        GorgeousAvocado716213 3 years ago

                        Follow the steps the flour doesn’t stick failed😞