Crazy Delicious Zucchini Pizza Crust Recipe

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The best gluten-free, low carb zucchini pizza crust recipe!

I am so happy about this zucchini pizza crust recipe! I might not even give away a bunch of that zucchini from my garden this year. Instead, you’ll find me shredding and freezing zucchini, baby, so I can enjoy zucchini crust pizza all year long! (Check out all of the Zucchini Recipes we have too by the way)

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My family doesn’t eat strictly low carb, gluten-free, or keto, so we don’t have adapted taste buds or healthy tastes or whatever. But that makes it even more exciting to me when I find low carb, healthy alternatives that my family does enjoy!

And if you’re tracking Weight Watchers points, this one is a friendly recipe! Simply modify to fat free cheese and you can have a slice of this pizza and it will only cost you 2 Freestyle Points! Woot!

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The first time I made zucchini pizza crust, my kids could not get over the mushy, soft texture on the bottom of the crust – they declared it to be gross and wouldn’t finish eating it. I really saw some potential in it though and actually had no problem eating their leftovers. 😉 So I made some tweaks and found out how to get the bottom of the crust to brown and here we are! (Thank you, Mel’s Kitchen Cafe.)

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My kids’ review of this current recipe is that it’s good. The pizza isn’t as enjoyable to them as their favorite traditional pizzas, but “it is better than the school lunch pizza” and they will definitely eat it next time I make it. Haha. My husband and I actually really like this zucchini pizza! We have no leftovers with this recipe!

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I love the flavor and that it is so much healthier for us. My son has Type 1, so I also love that he can eat this pizza and basically have no blood sugar spike at all. Traditional pizza can be tricky to dose insulin for with Type 1 and often causes high blood glucose several hours later.

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Some other bonuses about this recipe are that you don’t have to mess around with yeast dough and letting it rise, it is a fantastic way to use up zucchini from the garden, and sneak some extra vegetables into the meal!

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How to remove the liquid from shredded zucchini:

If you have time, place shredded zucchini in a colander, then sprinkle salt over it. Let sit for about 20 minutes. Then place the shredded zucchini in a clean towel or cloth and twist to wring out the excess liquid.

If you don’t have time to let it sit with the salt, just try to wring it out really, really well. I place it in a clean dish towel or tea towel, then twist and wring to release the liquid.

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This is the sauce recipe I use for dipping sauce and pizza sauce. It’s easy, healthy, and it freezes well too. I usually double the recipe, portion it into bags or whatever, and freeze it for later.

If you don’t have a pizza stone (I have the Old Stone Pizza Stone), then you can use an appropriately sized baking sheet or pan. If you don’t have a pizza peel, use an overturned baking sheet or any other apparatus that allows you to easily slide the parchment with crust onto the stone or pan that is in the oven.

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Nutrition info will vary depending on the sauce and toppings that you use.

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Crazy Delicious Zucchini Pizza Crust Recipe

Use up that zucchini with this zucchini pizza crust recipe! It is gluten-free, low carb, keto friendly, and amazingly delicious!
4.86 / 5 ( 7 Reviews )
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Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes
Serves: 8
Adjust Servings: 8





  • Squeeze the shredded zucchini to release as much liquid as possible! (See blog post for how to remove the liquid from shredded zucchini.)
  • Preheat the oven to 450°F/230°C. Place a pizza stone or baking sheet in the oven to preheat for about 30 minutes. The oven and the stone/pan need to be nice and hot before you put the crust in the oven.
  • In a large mixing bowl, add the eggs and lightly beat them. Then add the zucchini, almond flour, salt, basil, oregano, garlic powder, pepper, Parmesan, and mozzarella. Stir to mix it all together, until well combined.
  • Grease or use nonstick cooking spray on a piece of parchment paper. Place the parchment on a pizza peel or baking sheet turned upside down, some sort of apparatus that allows you to slide the parchment with crust onto the preheated stone/pan that's in the oven.
  • Dump the crust mixture onto the prepared parchment. Press the mixture evenly into a 10-inch circle, or whatever desired shape, about 1/4 inch thick.
  • Slide the parchment with crust onto the preheated pizza stone/pan. Bake for about 15 minutes, until edges are golden brown and crust is firm. The bottom of the crust will also be golden brown.
  • Remove crust and parchment from oven and top with pizza sauce, shredded cheese, and your desired pizza toppings. Return pizza to oven until cheese is melted, about 5 minutes, depending on toppings. If desired, garnish with fresh basil or Italian seasoning and grated Parmesan cheese.

Recipe Notes

If you don't want to use almond flour, try using 1/4 cup all-purpose flour instead. Use fat free cheese to get one slice for just 2 Freestyle Points!


Calories: 143kcal | Carbohydrates: 4g | Protein: 10g | Fat: 10g | Sodium: 386mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 2g
Ingredients: Almond flour, Basil, Cheese, Egg, Garlic, Italian Seasoning, Oregano, Parmesan, Pepper, Pepperoni, Pizza Sauce, Salt, Zucchini
Meal Type: Main Dish, Fall, Summer, Clean Eating, Gluten Free, Low Carb and Keto, Weight Watchers
Categories: Healthy, Pizza, Vegetables, Oven

Comments & Reviews

  • I have missed pizza eating keto. I made one using Pillsbury dough and gained 2 lbs eating 2 slices so that’s not going to work! I will try this receipe and see what i think. Thank you for your posting.

    • Yes, definitely try this keto pizza crust recipe because I really do love it. It has become one of the main reasons I grow zucchini now. My whole family likes it too!

  • THANK YOU!!! This is incredible, very delicious. Such a great idea and use of zucchini. For my oven the crust got a bit burnt with 6 mins left on the timer (but burnt cheese rocks so that’s fine), I’d recommend keeping an eye on the cook time. Excellent crust, can’t wait to make it again!

    • Thank you for your review, Erika! Interesting that your zucchini crust needed shorter cooking time. Thank you for letting us know how it went for you. I’m glad it still turned out well!

  • I have tried making many different GF crusts, and this is THE BEST one I’ve ever found (Plus the added bonus of using up some of this Zucchini we grow!) My daughter and I made this tonight and we did the happy dance around the dining table. My husband and daughter are both celiac and I can’t wait until he returns from his business trip to try this! He is going to go crazy for it. Do you know if it freezes well?

    • Yay!!! I’m so glad you tried it out and loved it! I haven’t tried freezing the zucchini pizza crust before, so if you try it, will you please let us know how it goes? Thank you!

  • Curious about the QUANTITY on the shredded zucchini. I measured out 2.5 cups, but then after squeezing out the moisture, it sure seems like less than than…should it be 2.5 cups pre or post wringing out??

    • Great question. I updated the recipe to be a little more clear about that. Measure out the 2.5 cups, pack it in a little while measuring, then squeeze out the moisture. It will end up taking up less volume after being squeezed and that’s ok! I hope it turns out wonderfully for you!

  • Love this crust. I used Ann upside down cat iron skillet as a pizza stone worked wonderfully. I’m also gonna freeze half the crust ill let everyone know how it freezes.

  • Was wandering if the nutritional info was based on one slice of crust or more?

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