This easy cheesy layered keto Pizza Dip tastes just like a Supreme Pizza. Cook in the oven or microwave until bubbly and watch it disappear.
If you are looking for an easy dip to serve at your next gathering, this is the one! I served it for lunch to my family and we were all weak-in-the-knees happy to scarf it down!
Easy, Cheesy, Keto Pizza Dip Supreme!
Like many popular hot dips, this tasty pizza dip starts with a base of cream cheese. A touch of mayonnaise keeps it scoop-able, even when room temperature. To give it a characteristic “cheese pull” add a little mozzarella cheese to the base.
Next, layer the rest of the ingredients making sure to put the goodies like sausage, green bell pepper, and black olives on top. My favorite red sauce for this pizza dip is Rao’s Arrabbiata. It’s super.
The Best Keto Pizza Sauce
Let’s talk pizza sauce for a moment. I love Rao’s sauces and have found them to be some of the tastiest and lowest in carbs. They are perfect for any low carb Keto Diet.
The down side? Rao’s sauces are pretty pricey. I have found Costco to have the best price, but you may do better combining a coupon and a sale at your local grocery store.
I rarely go through a whole jar of sauce in a month, so I freeze half of the jar to use at a later date. This way it doesn’t go moldy in my fridge and I don’t waste money. I have many Italian-American recipes on the site that call for Rao’s. Try this Low Carb Spinach Manicotti or Skillet Chicken Parmesan.
What to Serve with Pizza Dip?
Most people serve pizza dip with tortilla chips, crackers, or bread. Because this is a low carb blog, I recommend serving with pork rinds, baked low carb tortilla triangles, or homemade low carb crackers.
I’ve shared a lot of tasty low carb keto dip recipes on Low Carb Maven and have loved every one, but this recipe is a stand out! I hope you enjoy it, too.
Keto Pizza Dip Supreme
- 1 link Italian sausage
- 8 oz Cream cheese, softened
- 2 tbsp Mayonnaise
- 1/2 cup Grated Parmesan cheese
- 1 1/2 cup Shredded Mozzarella cheese (divided use)
- 3/4 tsp Italian seasoning
- 1/4 tsp Fennel seed, crushed
- 1 cup Rao’s Arrabiata Sauce
- 3 tbsp Green bell pepper, finely diced
- 3 tbsp Onion, minced
- 2 tbsp Black olives, chopped
- Preheat oven to 350 F and move rack to middle position.
- Remove sausage from casing and brown in a frying pan. Make sure to break it up into small crumbles. Drain on paper towels and cool.
- In a medium bowl, mix cream cheese and mayonnaise, well. Add the Italian seasoning, crushed fennel seed, and 1/3 of each of the cheeses, stirring to combine. Spread into the bottom of a baking dish.
- Spread 1/2 cup of the Arrabiata sauce over the top of the cream cheese. Sprinkle half of the sausage, onion, green bell pepper, and black olives over. Layer half of the cheese on top.
- Add the rest of the sauce, the remaining cheese and top with the remaining sausage and vegetables.
- Bake for 20-30 minutes or until bubbly and hot. Alternately, cover with cling film and microwave for about 5 minutes depending on your microwave. Serve.
- Serves 6 people at 5.7 net carbs each.
What’s the serving size please?
Hi Jen. Serving size is 1/6th of the dip. I do not know the volume measure or weight in grams. -Kim
I took this dish to a work pitch-in. Everyone loved it! For a low carb dipping option we cut up some green bell peppers. Delicious!
This Pizza Dip Supreme was amazing! I just started Keto and was afraid I wouldn’t like the food. Not anymore… ty
Can this be made in crockpot? Last minute idea for work potluck & I’m too tired to put in oven tonight. I’ve made it in oven before.
Sure, Ruby. You can assemble it into a small crock pot and refrigerate, then warm in the crock pot. If your crockpot allows you to saute, then you can do cook the sausage in it and make the whole thing in the crock pot. I haven’t tried it, but there is no reason it shouldn’t work with the ingredients listed. -Kim
I will give it 5 because I have been following your low carb recipes for over a year now and have lost 47lbs. Soooooo they work and they are true to the ingredients. Many of the recipes I use come from this site as well as others.
Good for you, Sheri, 45 pounds is amazing! Did you try the recipe? Just curious. -Kim
Question…can this be made ahead and put in the freezer?
I honestly don’t know. I have never tried. Because there is no flour or starch, it may break upon thawing and reheating. -Kim
I don’t see the Fat listed in the nutrition section.
Sorry, Debbie. I’ve added it. It’s 28 grams per serving. -Kim
I made this Pizza Dip last night for the Super Bowl. I’ve made 1000’s of dips over the years and I’m here to tell you that this low car dip is one of the best dips I’ve ever made. I used salt and pepper pork rinds as dipping chips and it was perfect! This stuff is truly addicting! So delicious and tasty! YUM, YUM Yum!!! 5 stars!
What a nice comment, Diana, I’m so glad you liked the recipe! Thank you for bringing this over from Instagram. I really appreciate it. Have a great week. -Kim
Is it really just 1 sausage link?
Yes, that was all it needed, but use as much as you want, Almonie. -Kim
I’m thinking I’m just gonna eat with a spoon. can’t wait to make!
It’s pretty deceptive to embed a 5 star graphic in there that isn’t tied to any actual ratings. It makes me trust this site much less.
Hi BP. I’m not responsible for the stars in the recipe and am in no way trying to be deceptive. The recipe card is a plug-in I pay to use from a programmer. Thousands of bloggers use this particular recipe plug-in. I researched the stars in the recipe and they are there as an option for people to leave a rating on the recipe without leaving a comment. Any ratings obtained that way would turn the black stars yellow. I have that feature disabled as I would be at the mercy of internet trolls. I hope you understand and I hope I have gained a little more credibility in your eyes. Have a nice weekend. -Kim
Please don’t be weird. You don’t know anyone or any site is reputable or trustworthy from a glance. And shouldn’t be rolling dice on star ratings. I’ve been following her for awhile & she has never asked for anything or tried to lead me astray.
If you are that apprehensive to try a recipe then make your own with some research or buy a book.
Your comment just came off unnecessary-
It’s not a five star graphic, it’s part of a plugin on wordpress that displays an average of user reviews using the comments. This could be a great dip, or not, I haven’t made it yet. I would like to though, it sounds great. What bothers me about these plugins is people use the stars and rate the recipe without trying it or the owner deletes low star reviews.
That looks delicious! Comfort food recipes will always find a way to me eventually, I love trying new things.