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Paleo Pizza Crust


  • 3 eggs
  • 1/2 cup of coconut flour.
  • 1 cup of organic full fat coconut milk
  • 2 tsp of garlic powder
  • 1/2 baking soda
  • 1 crushed garlic clove


preheat your oven to 375f

Prep cookie sheet or pizza pan by covering it with parchment paper to fit the bottom of the pan.  Brush with coconut oil.

lightly beat eggs, milk an garlic (both). in a bowl till smooth. Mix wet and dry ingredients and whisk well until it thickens up a little.  This will be more like a batter….not so much dough. Sorry no pizza dough throwing or spinning!

Spread the batter on the already prepped pan.

Bake for 20 mins or until it’s golden brown.  Remove from oven. Flip over (carefully).

Add your toppings.

For a sauce  I used organic tomato paste with 1/2 can of crushed tomatoes, garlic and fresh herbs (oregano and basil).

Broil for for about 10 mins, checking making sure not to burn the edges.

Enjoy! (Yes, we have cheese on our pizza, I made this for the kids and they demanded cheese!!!!!)

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Erin - 05. Feb, 2013 -

I wonder if after baking the crust and before broiling if you brushed the crust with an egg and baking soda solution that it would help with the crispiness. I will try this recipe once I acquire a pizza pan. I think the Lodge cast iron one should do the trick.

Courtnie - 08. Feb, 2013 -

Mine batter pre cooked was not pourable as it looks in the picture so I could not thin it out enough to not make it cake-like. Wondering if I should’ve added more milk, water, or eggs? I guessed a 1/2 tsp of baking soda because i’ve never cooked something with more than a tsp of baking soda in it.

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Jaz - 17. Feb, 2013 -

I’ve been to 4 different stores looking for the main ingredient: coconut flour. I live in Long Beach, CA so if anyone has any suggestions to where to get some let me know. I was really looking forward to some Paleo pizza tonight…:-/

Kelli - 18. Feb, 2013 -

I was so excited to see this, but I’m allergic to coconut. Would this work with almond flour/milk instead?

Frank - 02. Mar, 2013 -

It is baking SODA not baking POWDER correct? I am new into the paleo cooking and I have never used SODA in a recipe ever. Please let me know.

Tamara - 15. Apr, 2013 -

Can’t wait to try this out. We have been missing pizza, especially my hubby.

To Jaz in Long Beach, we are in San Diego and have found that the major grocery stores (Ralph’s, Vons, Albertsons, Stater Bros) all have coconut flour. It’s usually on the baking isle but separate from the regular flours and sugars. Just ask someone for it…it’s “Bob’s Red Mill” brand. It’s also available at places like Whole Foods, Henry’s and Sprouts but I think the grocery stores are cheaper. Good luck!

Tara - 18. Apr, 2013 -

Quick question to anyone that has made this…Do you use just the thick part of the coconut milk or stir up the can and use a mixture?

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Donna - 04. May, 2013 -

I thought this was much better than the almond crust from Everyday Paleo, and I even kinda liked it, but my boyfriend was not a fan. Mine did not come out runny AT ALL. It was very thick and a bit grainy. I had to spread it by hand in the pan. I forgot to use the coconut oil and was afraid it would stick but it flipped just fine. It was not firm enough to be able to pick it up and eat it like a piece of pizza. We had to eat it with a fork. It definitely did have a coconut taste to it so you want to make sure your sauce has a lot of flavor and that you use an adequate amount of cheese and toppings to offset that. Overall, I would choose this one over the almond flour one we tried but we will keep looking.

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Megan - 13. Jun, 2013 -

Should I use can of coconut milk or the bottles of coconut milk?

Josee - 25. Jun, 2013 -

I used the can. Not sure about the box or bottle coconut milk.

Josee - 23. Feb, 2014 -

Use coconut milk in the can. Preferably organic with no guar gum.