Growing up, we would often make Veggie Pizza on a crust of Pillsbury crescent rolls when we needed a savory appetizer for a birthday party or if a crowd was expected. It was light enough not to spoil your appetite when other things were being served, it didn’t need to be heated, and it was so pretty and colorful.
Unfortunately, even though the top of the pizza was certainly healthy, the crust, however delicious, was full of refined carbohydrates that were as unhealthy as the topping is good for you! This is the Trim Healthy Mama-friendly S version of that Veggie Pizza, and both my husband and I actually prefer it to the original recipe!
This Veggie Pizza is not only a THM “S” but is also a Keto Veggie Pizza!
I took a cue from Nana’s Little Kitchen when making up the crust. She said that substituting Trim Healthy Mama’s Baking Blend for the almond flour in the Fat Head pizza dough would lighten it up and produce flakier results.
I didn’t have THM’s Baking Blend on hand, but I used equal parts of coconut flour, almond flour, and golden flaxseed meal, along with a few savory spices to hide the taste of the coconut flour in the crust. It worked wonderfully!
The filling is a simple spread made from cream cheese and sour cream blended together with dill weed and garlic powder.
Carrots are allowed in a garnish amount in S recipes, so I added them to the mix of finely chopped broccoli florets, red pepper, and red onion for extra color. You could also add thinly sliced radishes for a bit of a kick, or chopped cucumber. A small sprinkling of grated cheddar finishes off this delicious pizza!
THM “S” Veggie Pizza (Also Keto Veggie Pizza) Recipe:
This low-carb Veggie Pizza is the THM S version of the Pillsbury crescent classic! It keeps for several days in the fridge, making a quick and easy lunch all week long! You can substitute 3/4 cup THM Baking Blend for the coconut flour, almond flour, and golden flaxseed meal.
Veggie Pizza | THM: S
This low-carb Veggie Pizza is the THM S version of the Pillsbury crescent classic! It keeps for several days in the fridge, making a quick and easy lunch all week long!
You can substitute 3/4 cup THM Baking Blend for the coconut flour, almond flour, and golden flaxseed meal.
42 thoughts on “Veggie Pizza | THM: S”
Thank you, I have missed this!
This would fantastic! Thanks for sharing! Just starting my journey with THM!
I just made this for lunch. My 13 year old son couldn’t believe the crust wasn’t “bread.” It was so good. I love the “regular” version of this and this version is just as good. I didn’t realize I was out of parchment and so sprayed my pan and rolled, but it still stuck a lot. That’s fine, just made the “bread” thinner in spots. 🙂
Do you think there is something to sub for the egg? I am no longer able to eat them even small quantities cooked in something. Any thoughts? This looks delicious!
Swap egg out with chia seed
There is a substitute for eggs For recipes which use eggs primarily as a leavening agent you can try a commercial egg replacement product (see above) or the following mixture: 1-1/2 tablespoons vegetable oil mixed with 1-1/2 tablespoons water and 1 teaspoon baking powder per egg. Note: this mixture calls for baking powder, not baking soda.
Thank you so much!
What is the serving size for a meal?
LOVE this one!
Sounds amazing!! Anyone tried this with a substitute for the almond flour successfully? Nut allergy over here.
Brianna Thomas has a bb version that is nut free
What are the nutrition facts on this please
Could you use this as a pizza crust and add toppings and then cook?
Cauliflower would be good on top too!
Jacinda, my family loved this!!
I’m so glad, Rhonda! Thank you for letting me know!!
Could you use THM baking blend in place of the almond flour, coconut flour, and flaxseed meal? If so how much?
yes, you can! Substitute with 3/4 BB.
Thanks for your response!
Can’t wait to try this looks so good.
What size of pan is ideal?
Do you know if the THM baking blend is 1:1 ratio substitute for the Almond Flour in the Fat Head Pizza Crust recipe?
I prefer not to eat flax because of the estrogenic effects. Has anyone tried making it without flax? Did you use any substitutions?
Hi Mary, you can use all almond flour if you prefer!
How big is this? 9×13, bigger, smaller? About the size of a cookie sheet is a bit vague. How thick is the crust supposed to be when rolled out? This look so good I’d love to make it for our guests this coming weekend but I need to know if I need to make a double batch or not. Thank you in advance!
Hi Elizabeth! I used an 11×7 cookie sheet for this recipe. 🙂
I looked up what THM stand for, but what in the heck are S recipes. And why not THP recipes, why discriminate agains us papas.
How many servings for a meal?
Can the crust be made ahead and frozen?
Yes! I’ve done it several times. Works wonderfully!
I can’t have almond flour and I use Briana’s baking blend as needed. Do you think I can use that in place of your almond/coconut/flaxmeal or can I do extra of the others to eliminate the almond? I made this Pampered Chef recipe MANY times in years past and would love to make it healthy!
Hi looks great, just wondering i do not have a microwave so for the crust method do you have another idea?