Gluten Free Cream Cheese Crust Pizza {Low Carb, THM: S Meal}

About half way through the first week of THM, I was wanting pizza.

I knew of the Fooled Ya Pizza recipe in the book, using cauliflower as the crust, but I was wanting something a little richer and more satisfying.


This was the best tasting pizza I’ve had since going gluten free. It might not crisp up like a traditional crust, but its hefty enough to hold all the toppings you want to pile on.

When you mix the “crust” together, its goopy and quit scary to see, but spread it our evenly on a silicone liner and it will bake up beautifully….


I realize these aren’t the greatest pics, but this pizza disappeared so quickly that it was gone before i could even turn the camera on again!

This quickly became a weekly staple at our house, its so good! Perfect for those following low carb diets, or are looking for gluten free alternative.

If you’ve been craving pizza, this should make you very happy!

Gluten Free Cream Cheese Crust Pizza

Gluten Free Cream Cheese Crust Pizza

A rich, perfect, low carb and gluten free alternative to traditional pizza crust. Easy to make, even more family friendly!


  • 2 (8 ounce) packages reduced fat cream cheese, softened
  • 4 eggs
  • 1/2 tsp pepper
  • 1 1/2 tsp garlic powder
  • 1/3 cup grated Parmesan cheese
  • pizza sauce
  • toppings of your choice, including shredded cheese


  1. Thoroughly blend first 5 ingredients with a hand mixer or a rubber spatula
  2. spread evenly in a 10 X 15 cookie sheet lined with a silicone mat
  3. bake at 350 for 20-25 minutes, until browned
  4. allow to cool for 10 minutes or so before adding pizza sauce and your choice of toppings
  5. place under broiler for cheese to melt and brown


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8 thoughts on “Gluten Free Cream Cheese Crust Pizza {Low Carb, THM: S Meal}

  1. Liz

    Yeah, I’d be craving pizza, too, after about a day on a low carb diet. It looks like you found a yummy way to make a gluten free crust! Perfect!

  2. Nicole Cook

    Actually the pictures make the pizza look fantastic! That looks delicious and now you have me honestly curious about the crust. I do my cauliflower crust but this looks fabulous!

    1. Pam Post author

      I would get some parchment paper to use – I feel like it would burn and stick too easily on just a baking sheet, even a well greased one.


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