Low Carb Pizza with an Oopsie Dough Crust

Sunday night I was excited to try making a low carb pizza! I had seen a recipe for using the revolution/oopsie roll dough as a pizza crust and I couldn’t wait to try it out.  The dough recipe can be found here: http://yourlighterside.com/?p=2945

I added garlic powder, oregano, and Italian seasoning to my yolk mixture, but the taste was not very noticeable.  Next time I will probably add more seasonings.  I also cooked up three pieces of bacon and 3/4 lb of Italian sausage for the pizza toppings (chopped mushroom and turkey pepperoni also, but no cooking was needed).
Picture of the low carb pizza before baking: 
Next Carb Count*:
Dough: 4 net carbs
½ cup marinara sauce: 2 net carbs
Turkey Pepperoni: 0 net carbs (enough to cover pizza-single layer)
3 pieces bacon: 0 net carbs
¾ lb Italian Sauce:  4.5 net carbs
Cheese (veggie shreds):  0 net carbs
Cheese (regular): 0 net carbs
Mushrooms:  2 net carbs
Total:  12.5 for the entire pizza
*Note carb counts are estimated based on the products I used.  Check nutrition labels for accurate carb counts. 
Picture holding the low carb pizza: 

I really liked that I could handle each piece like a normal pizza and it did not have that chalky taste that happens when using alternative flours.  The boyfriend loved it and even requested that I start making it once a week!  It definitely satisfied the pizza craving I have been having for months.  I will be adding the pizza (with different various) to the normal rotation.
Next Dinner:  Low Carb Turkey Lettuce Wraps
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