Keto Crockpot Pizza Casserole (Easy Dinner Idea) –

This Keto Crockpot Pizza Casserole is packed with cheese and a lot of other yummy ingredients! It’s a great way to enjoy pizza without all the junk!

Everybody loves a good pizza, but you know they’re not great for you, so you try to make your own. Well, why not use your slow cooker to make a keto friendly pizza casserole? This easy dinner recipe is perfect for busy nights because it’s low carb, keto friendly, and nobody will even be able to tell!

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Are you looking for a fast and simple keto supper recipe?

Now that school has resumed, I’m searching for easy, hearty dinner ideas that the entire family will love. Today I’m going to show you how to make a wonderful slow-cooker pizza casserole. This is the most popular keto meal that my sons have recently requested.


Watch the YouTube video below or click here to see how simple it is to prepare this keto pizza dish!

This pizza pressure cooker recipe is prepared from scratch, and I guarantee you won’t miss the crust! Even the pickiest diners will like this substantial and satisfying meal.


When preparing a keto pizza casserole in the slow cooker, keep the following things in mind:

  • As you would with a pizza, pile on all of your favorite toppings. Peppers, sausage, pepperoni, olives, and mushrooms are some of my favorite additions! At home, I have a few fussy eaters who refuse to eat veggies on their pizza. When I prepare this meal, I just place the vegetable garnishes on half of the plate so that everyone receives their favorite.
  • This recipe may be frozen to ensure that you always have a supply on hand for those hectic nights. Allow it to cool fully before transferring it to a suitable freezer container if you’re freezing it. Heat it up in the microwave, then eat it!



Pizza Casserole in the Slow Cooker

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All of the tastes of pizza (without the greasy crust) are combined in a slow cooker, making it simple to prepare a dinner for the whole family!


Fry the sausage and ground meat in a large pan. Drain and put aside once brown.


As the first layer, start with approximately a cup of beef/sausage. After that, top with a layer of pepperoni, a layer of veggies (if using), and a layer of mozzarella.


Rep the layers, beginning with the pizza sauce, followed by the meat, veggies (if desired), then cheese. Stack until all of the toppings have been utilized, finishing with the mozzarella.


Provolone cheese slices should be placed on top. Cook for 4 hours on low heat.


Serve and have fun! For a spicy twist, add parmesan and/or red pepper flakes on top!

1 serving size (yield: 8) 614 calories per serving | 45 grams of fat | 9 grams of total carbohydrate | 1 gram of fiber | 0 grams of sugar | 43 grams of protein | 8 grams of net carbohydrates

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Any day of the week, this easy-to-make pizza pan is a hit!

Everyone at home loves this slow-cooker dish, and I love how simple it is to prepare. This dish may be eaten, but it can also be used as a celery dip and served as a keto snack. YUMMY!


Jenna, a member of my team, put this recipe to the test for me, and here’s what she had to say:

This slow-cooker pizza dish is very tasty and filling! I had a lot of fun customizing the filling to my preferences. It’s funny since my sons eat just pizza toppings, and that was it. All the taste of pizza, but without the carb-heavy crust! Jenna –

If you enjoy crust, you must try our recipe for pork rind pizza dough!

Una is a food website blogger motivated by her love of cooking and her passion for exploring the connection between food and culture. With an enthusiasm for creating recipes that are simple, seasonal, and international, she has been able to connect with people around the world through her website. Una's recipes are inspired by her travels across Mexico, Portugal, India, Thailand, Australia and China. In each of these countries she has experienced local dishes while learning about the culture as well as gaining insight into how food can be used as a bridge between different cultures. Her recipes are often creative combinations of traditional ingredients from various different cuisines blended together to create something new.