Barbecue sauce drenched ribs? On a pizza?
And it’s LOW CARB?
Count me in!
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Okay let’s get right down to it.
This Leftover Rib Low Carb Pizza? Absolutely delicious. It all starts on a Fathead Pizza Crust coated with your favourite low carb pizza sauce. Mozzarella cheese covers the sauce and is topped with diced Roma tomatoes, shallots and feta cheese…
Then of course there is the ribs… when I make these delicious Low Carb Ribs I always save some just for this Leftover Low Carb Pizza! Yes, it is incredibly hard to resist eating the whole batch in one sitting, (especially doused in my epic Low Carb BBQ Sauce) but it is totally worth the wait!
I hope you love this Leftover Rib Low Carb Pizza as much as I do!
How to make a Low Carb Pizza
Start by making a Fathead Pizza Crust. While it is baking, remove the meat from your leftover ribs and mix with a Low Carb BBQ Sauce. Heat in the microwave for a couple minutes, until the ribs have been fully heated.
Dice up the tomato and shallot, grate the mozzarella and crumbled the feta cheese.
When the crust is ready for it’s toppings, spread your choice of low carb pizza sauce evenly over the entire crust. Sprinkle on the mozzarella, then the warmed up ribs, diced tomato, shallot and finish with the feta cheese.
Bake for 7-10 minutes until the cheese as melted. Cut into 8 slices and enjoy!
Fathead Pizza Crust
I am crazy in love with this Fathead Pizza Crust! I make this AT LEAST once a week. Yes, I am a pizza fan, and was not about to let a lifestyle change get in the way of devouring it on the regular.
I tried a few different variations of the fathead pizza crust (first invented by the Keto Dad) before creating this one, and have been so happy with the outcome.
I love the way it holds it shape and tastes like pizza! I hope you love this crust too.
Low Carb Ribs
Oh boy was I excited about these ribs! I Loooove ribs! The problem is my favourite rib rub is not low carb… So I created this low carb version! Yay! This recipe is for the slow cooker but can easily be baked or barbecued!
The hardest part, really, is setting aside enough ribs to make this delicious Low Carb Pizza!
Seriously, you gotta try these Low Carb Ribs!
Low Carb BBQ Sauce
Then there’s the sauce… Oh this sauce… It’s flavour is crazy intense without being too spicy. It’s smokey, thick, and only takes about 30 minutes to make!
As if that wasn’t amazing enough, this BBQ Sauce is LOW CARB! I use Sukrin Gold as the sweetener in this delicious recipe instead of regular sugar or molasses.
I hope you love this Low Carb BBQ Sauce as much as I do!
What goes with Leftover Rib Low Carb Pizza?
This pizza is super filling on it’s own, however, there are a few dishes that would pair great with it! Here is a list of my low carb favourites:
- Broccoli Salad with Bacon, Cheddar and Kale
- Kale Caesar Salad
- Avocado Fries with Chipotle Mayo
- Mama Bear’s Garden Salad
Low carb pizza sauce
Did you know there is a delicious low carb pizza sauce you can buy right from the grocery store? There is a specific brand that is a homemade style and very low in carbs. It’s called Rao’s and can be found in lots of stores, even my small town grocery store! They also make a few pasta sauces which I love; my favourite is their marinara.
However, I usually just make my own. This Sugar Free Pizza Sauce is fast and easy to make!
Love this recipe? Try these low carb dishes next:
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Leftover Rib Low Carb Pizza
- When the pizza crust is ready for it’s toppings, spread evenly with pizza sauce then the mozzarella. Top with the heated rib meat, then the diced tomatoes, sliced shallots and finish with the crumbled feta cheese.
- Bake for 7-10 minutes or until the cheese has melted. Slice into 8 and enjoy!
Nutrition facts are an estimate only! The ingredients you choose could have different nutritional values than the ingredients I have used.
* Net carb count excludes both fibre and sugar alcohols, because these do not affect blood sugar in most people.
If sliced into 8, each slice would have:
Calories: 349 Net Carbs: 4 Protein: 22 Fat: 27