Pizza cravings on Keto can be stubborn and can’t go away easily. Especially if you live in a cultural environment where quick food always comes in some sort of a disc. Now, what makes that disc so desirable is not the flatbread underneath. No matter how crunchy and glutenish it is, pizza without topping is just not attractive.
What makes it so popular is the topping and the wonderful Medi spices. Interestingly, preparing Keto Pizza can be as successful as preparing homemade classic pizza if you are skilled and have some serious Keto baking experience. However, if the idea of eating healthy and anti-inflammatory foods is your prime goal, then you’ll fall in love with this unique recipe.
100% carnivore ingredients
Yes, if we exclude the dash of red hot chilli pepper, this quick Pizza fix is carnivore-friendly. Now, we know that many of you will complain about not being able to find all the ingredients we use in our anti-inflammatory quick pizza. However, please understand that in the part of the world where we live (South-Eastern Europe) these things are quite easy to find. Let’s take quail eggs for example…
The unusual ingredients
On a local farm, we get 30 quail eggs for the equivalent of $3. At the same time, we can buy organic goat butter for the same price you would buy grass-fed cow’s butter. If you would like to know why we are opting for these two unusual ingredients, then you can read our articles about Quail eggs and the advantages of goat dairy compared to any other dairy available to Ketonians today. It’s simple – anti-inflammatory foods will help you in your energy boost, health-regaining, feeling and looking better. Now, who doesn’t need that in today’s polluted world?
Quail eggs as nutritional bombs
A single quail egg contains 74.6% water, 13.1% protein, 11.2% fat and 1.1% minerals and other enzymes. Interestingly, quail eggs contain many vitamins and minerals, including 0.5mg of calcium, 2.2mg of phosphorus, 3.8mg of iron, 3mg of vitamin A, 0.1mg of vitamin B1 and 0.8mg of vitamin B2.
Quail eggs are successfully used in the treatment of many diseases
I will mention their benefit in treating high blood pressure, bronchial asthma, migraine. Furthermore, they help elevated cholesterol, diabetes, gastric and duodenal ulcers. They are extremely beneficial for the consequences of heart failure, weakness or anaemia and clogged blood vessels. These small gems are also recommended for boosting the appetite in children. Also, they are ideal for people who are recovering from all sorts of illness and surgeries.
Let food be thy medicine
Quail eggs are rich in many vitamins, minerals and essential amino acids. They contain 5 times more phosphorus, 8 times more iron, 6 times more vitamin B1 and 15 times more vitamin B2 than domestic hen eggs. With its nutrition value, a single quail egg can replace 5 eggs of the domestic hen. Therapy with these eggs is allowed to be carried out even when some medicines are already being prescribed by the doctor, but the exception is if the doctor prescribed some medicines that prohibit the ingestion of protein.
Pizza Cravings on Keto and how to deal with it?
It’s not only about taste. It’s a cultural thing. When people want to reward their kids, they usually offer them pizza. Whether it’s gonna be eating out or ordering pizza at home, it’s still creating excitement. What is it so exciting about Pizza and how it became so popular? As we covered it in one of our previous articles, it started way back in history. Ancient Egyptians and Greeks had something that could be considered as the proto-pizza. Then, of course, Italians made it popular worldwide and the people of Northern America accepted it as their own thing!
However, It took us years and years to understand that the glutenish and starchy base of pizza made us obese and unhealthy. Not to mention low-quality topping, sugar-infused tomato sauce and some other industrial additives which made pizza so bad for us.
No need to stop enjoying it while staying healthy
There are hundreds of Keto Pizza recipes all over the internet. People usually prepare fathead, but we think that cheese belongs on topping not in the dough if you want to imitate real pizza. Furthermore, some prepare minced-meat pizza, chicken base pizza and cauliflower base pizza.
Greek Goes Keto is all about creativity. When we ketonise something, we want to satisfy all three postulates of Keto Mediterranean diet:
That’s not always easy, but it’s always resulting in great satisfaction! Unfortunately, not all of Ketonians have the time for Keto cooking and baking experiments. This is why we created this quick and unbelievably tasty recipe that could be called an omelette, but it’s crustless pizza. Believe me, if you have this quick Pizza fix for breakfast, you will be able to stay energised for hours and hours while staying on your Keto or Carnivore path!
Enough of “blah-blah” – let’s get it done!
Quickest and Healthiest Answer to Pizza Cravings on Keto
10 g (0,35 oz) goat butter alternatively use grass-fed cow’s butter
8 quail eggs alternatively use 3 hen eggs
6 slices smoked prosciutto
4 tbsp aged goat cheese grated
1 pinch red hot chilli pepper flakes
- Melt the butter in a non-stick pan and add prosciutto. Let it cook for 2-3 minutes.
- Beat the eggs with a fork and pour them over the prosciutto.
- Let them cook without touching them for 2 minutes and then top with grated goat cheese.
- Cover the pan with a lid and cook for another 2 minutes. Uncover, add red hod chilli pepper flakes and transfer to a wide plate. Serve immediately.