Low Carb Pizza Hut Menu


Every now and then I love a good “pizza & movie” night! And sometimes I’m just out of groceries and don’t feel like getting out, lol.

Those are the times I take advantage of Pizza Hut’s online ordering and delivery – which are both genius services in my book. 😀

There’s not really a “Low Carb Pizza Hut Menu” of course, but I order a pizza with all the yummy toppings and request very little sauce – and then only eat the toppings. There’s nothing like ooey gooey cheesy pepperoni n stuff – especially when you’re craving “junk food” but want to keep it low carb!

What little bit of sauce you get on your cheese & toppings might be a concern, but fortunately they also offer Alfredo Sauce instead – which is low carb. So that’s a good option, even though they do charge an extra dollar for the Alfredo. Another low carb option on the Pizza Hut menu is bone-in wings.

I recently decided to order a large double-pepperoni pizza with the new Garlic Parmesan Wings:

Low Carb Food at Pizza Hut

Pizza Hut’s Nutritional Facts are a bit tricky when it comes to those wings! At first glance you see that a serving of the Garlic Parmesan Wings are 1 net carb. At second glance, you realize a serving is only TWO wings. 😛 Still, they are a very low carb Pizza Hut menu opton, and they’re DELICIOUS!!!

Garlic Parmesan Wings at Pizza Hut

You can also order the wings “naked” (meaning no sauce/flavor) which is ZERO carbs. And they’re wings are quite good. 😉 Naked is the way to go, for sure. “Wing Nudity” heh. 😀

The mild hot wings are 8 net carbs (for TWO wings) which is quite high. I did order some, but I took a paper towel and blotched off ALL the sauce I possibly could. And then I only ate a couple here and there (not all 8 in one day).

And yes, that’s entirely too much food for one person (and one movie, lol), but it made for great leftovers! I had pizza toppings and wings several times over the next couple of days. I just put them on foil and reheated them in the oven:

Pizza Hut Leftovers

So when you’re in a pinch, you can order a pizza with your favorite meaty toppings and Alfredo pizza sauce… with NAKED wings. And ditch the pizza crust of course. 😉 *cheers*


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21 Responses to Low Carb Pizza Hut Menu

  1. Joan Brown says:

    Thanks I needed change.
    Is it good for Phase I

    • Lynn Terry says:

      Hi Joan,

      I don’t do phases. I simply stick to 20 net carbs a day as a rule. I recommend the Naked Wings as your best bet. The Garlic Parmesan were GREAT. And I did blot off most of the sauce (a normal practice) which lowers the carb count a bit more too. Enjoy!

  2. Vicki Zerbee says:

    I confess that I love me some pizza as well! Your way of eating it sounds very good – I usually choose thin crust but still getting too many carbs. I do like peppers, onions and mushrooms with my pepperoni, and it’s also pretty hard to give up the red sauce!

    Now you got me hungry for pizza!

    • Lynn Terry says:

      LOL every now and then a pizza just seems like the perfect splurge! 😉 A slice of a large thin crust pizza (crust and all) is about 20 net carbs. Of course that depends on the size of the slice – but that’s my whole day’s worth of carb intake, so it’s not worth it. Still, it’s better than regular or thick crust for sure!

      I do love my “way of eating” (we call it WOE, lol). 😀 *cheers*

  3. Melanie says:

    Sounds yummy! My favorite place to get “pizza” is our local Cici’s. They will make a tin for you with any toppings you want and this way there is not crust to waste (or be tempted by – in my case!) It is wonderful. I am now able to go out and eat pizza with the family, and not have to worry about eating something I shouldn’t. I get a BIG salad, and my pizza tin – with very little sauce and meats, veggies and cheese. LOVE IT!!! 🙂

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  5. Tammy says:

    All looks yummy Lynn! I don’t think I could just eat the topping of a pizza…I would fall off the diet wagon for sure! lol Their wings are good 🙂 Love their crust too much! 😮

    • Lynn Terry says:

      It’s called serious commitment. 😉 Bread actually won’t appeal to you at all if you’re eating low carb. You lose those cravings by about day three if you stick to 20 net carbs a day and eat mostly meat & greens… 😀

  6. Tammy says:

    I’ll have to give it a serious try. I think my body would go into major shock!! I’m currently trying to eat a LOT less meat now and more fruit and veggies. 🙂

    • Lynn Terry says:

      I don’t eat fruit myself as it’s very high in natural sugar. I do eat berries, but otherwise get everything I need from high fiber vegetables (mostly green).

      Your body actually DOES go in shock, lol. It’s called Ketosis. There’s a science behind how the low carb diet works, based on Food Combining, which causes your body to burn fat for energy instead of carbs for energy. 😀

  7. Tammy says:

    I saw some of that in the low carb group, however, didn’t take the time to really check it out. Thanks! 🙂

  8. Tammy says:

    Thanks so much Lynn, I will check it out! 🙂

  9. Tawnya says:

    You mention carb counts in the wings, but wondering how you count the carbs in the pizza toppings? Thank you!

  10. Matthew Mitchell says:

    How are you doing with a 20 carb a day diet my doctor has me on 60 carbs per meal is he wrong.?

  11. Matthew Mitchell says:

    How are things going on a 20 carb a day diet.? My doctor has me on a 60 carb per meal diet, is he wrong.?

    • Lynn Terry says:

      Hi Matthew 🙂 It’s going GREAT for me! I’m leaner and healthier than I’ve been in my entire adult life.:)

      I’m not qualified to dispute your doctor, and of course don’t know any of the details. Is it for a medical issue, weight loss, or what exactly?

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