With a fork, slowly stir in water until a dough forms that will stick to itself without sticking to your hands. (Water needed will vary depending on humidity.)
Form a ball of dough and place in the center of a piece of parchment paper.
Place another sheet of paper on top and roll dough flat with a rolling pin.
If making an oven pizza (or Ninja oven setting) and not a crock pot pizza, preheat oven to 450 and remove top parchment paper but keep crust on the bottom parchment and use a fork to poke air vents in your crust.
Place crust on a cookie sheet (or in your Ninja) and pre-bake for 2-3 minutes.
Pause baking pizza and add desired sauce and toppings before resuming baking for another 8-12 minutes.
The base for this crust is Carbquik. Some folks do not like using Carbquik, but we have successfully used it in our low carb diet for over a year and find this mix is a wonderful way to keep us on track. I have not tried alternatives to using this mix for this recipe.
We find adding a bit of salt to the crust also enhances the recipe greatly, however, if that is a concern for you, feel free to omit.
I always have to add more water to my recipe than Carbquik's original recipe calls for, so feel free to adjust the water in this recipe to fit your needs. You will want your dough to be able to stick together in a ball, but not be so wet that it sticks to everything.
I like to roll my pizza crusts out between two sheets of parchment paper (these are my favorite). I keep the crust on the bottom sheet and bake it directly on the sheet when I am baking my crust in the oven or on the oven setting on my ninja. However, when I make my crock pot pizza, I love to make a buttery crust so I transfer the crust into a butter slow cooker.
Looking for more recipes? Our Recipe Finder can help you find exactly what you need.
Check out all our favorite recommendations for cookbooks, slow cookers and low carb essentials in our Amazon Influencer Shop.
As with any of our recipes, carb counts, calorie counts and nutritional information varies greatly. As a result, your nutritional content depends on which products you choose to use when cooking this dish. The auto-calculation is just an automated estimate and should NOT be used for specific dietary needs.