Pork Rind Pizza

Pork Rind Pizza


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If you're tired of serving the same old pizzas, why not try out this unique and tasty recipe for Pork Rind Pizza? That's right, the crust of this homemade pizza is made from pork rinds and cream cheese. Amaze your family with an unexpected and delicious savory pie for dinner tonight. Once you've experienced cooking with pork rinds, you'll want to find more recipes that use this "secret" ingredient.


Makes two 9x13 pans, 8 slices each.





  • 12 ounces Southern Recipe Pork Rinds (Original Flavor)
  • 5 large eggs
  • 3 cups shredded fiesta blend cheese, divided
  • 8 ounces cream cheese
  • 15 jumbo black olives
  • 50 grams green olives
  • 3/4 cup sweet bell peppers, chopped
  • 1 (5 serving) bag pepperoni


  1. Preheat oven to 300 degrees F.

  2. Crush Southern Recipe pork rinds finely. Mix with eggs, cream cheese and 2 cups of the cheese.

  3. Cook until lightly browned. Let cool in fridge or freeze. If frozen, allow to thaw before adding toppings.

  4. Add remaining cheese and other toppings to top of crust.

  5. Cook until cheese is bubbly and peppers are cooked to your preference.

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Pork rinds are a huge guilty pleasure of mine, and using them for a crust sounds divine! I will definitely have to try this out ) Thanks for the recipe!

Hmmm, I'm not really sure how to feel about this recipe. I mean I love pork rinds, which is what caught my attention in the first place...but in a pizza crust? This is a very clever idea and I love that it's gluten-free but I think I'd rather do something spicy as my toppings mostly because I prefer my pork rinds with tons of hot sauce! Maybe buffalo chicken or even a spicy taco meat would complement the pork rind crust better...for my taste anyway, but I'm sure it's also lovely just as it is. )

I had never thought of using pork rinds as the crust for a pizza, though both my wife and I love pork rinds. My wife loves olives, so this would be right up her alley. I'm not really a fan, so I'd probably opt for some different toppings for my half of the pizza, like onion and some crumbled sausage.

Yes please! This pizza looks awesome. It was not what I was expecting. I love pork rinds so when I saw the name of this recipe I had to take a look to see how they put pork rinds on top of a pizza. I'm very glad I found this recipe as the base is gluten free and that is just what I need.


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