Cauliflower Pizza Crust, Healthy and Delicious!

  • http://www.simplelivingeating.com/ Diane Balch

    What a truly healthy gluten free recipe.. really amazing dough.

  • emily

    I’ve wanted to try this for a long time. I just pinned your recipe so I can actually do it this time!! Emily

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  • http://www.thewellflouredkitchen.com/ Sherri@TheWellFlouredKitchen

    Sounds delicious, cauliflower is my favorite vegetable. Love the step by step tutorial!

  • http://livinglifetruth.blogspot.com/ Amy at {Life to the Full}

    Very unique recipe – I need to try this for our pizza night!

  • Miz Helen

    What a great Pizza, Debbie. We would just love all these veggies! Thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and have a great week!
    Miz Helen

  • http://www.glitzngrits.com/ AlesheaDominique

    Pin, pin, pin away. Thanks for linkin’ up with us at That Fresh Friday

  • Jill

    Found you on Frugality Gal’s link up. I’m not gluten free, but I do garden and I’m always looking for creative ways to use our garden produce – can’t wait to try this!

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  • Marti Cooper

    What a great healthy idea! I bet it’s delicious! Thanks for sharing this with us at Sewlicious Home Decor. Pinned to the party board! :)

    Marti

  • Sara@SewLOVED

    I can’t wait to try this recipe. I’ve tried cauliflower pizza crust in the past and loved it! Best part about it is that my picky husband even liked it too! It is a great tasting, healthy alternative to regular pizza crust!

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  • http://www.yourlife7.blogspot.com/ Joyce Wheeler

    I made this once, but didn’t put the cheese into the crust, next time I will try this. Pinned to my healthy eating board, thanks for sharing on Real Food Fridays.

  • Cathy Cortes

    Any suggestions on how to heat the cauliflower in step 4 if you don’t own a microwave? use a steamer on the stovetop?

    • http://onelittleproject.com/ Debbie @ One Little Project

      Hmmmm, I would imagine using a steamer on the stove top would work just fine. You could probably do it in a pot without a steamer too, but you would have to put just a tiny amount of water and really monitor it to make sure it doesn’t burn.

  • Heather Smith

    Wow very interesting idea, I have never heard of this idea!

  • http://www.fabdomination.com/ Delaney Sanders

    I love this. Must pin and try it!

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  • Laura@bakinginpyjamas

    What a great idea, it looks great. Thanks for linking up to Sweet and Savoury Sunday, stop by and link up again this weekend.

  • Kelsey

    Just made it and it stuck to the parchment paper, I put olive oil on it and now I have to order pizza!! Wow do NOT bake it on the parchment paper!!!

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  • Ann

    Debbie, this recipie is amazing! I baked on parchment and it did not stick. Li added some flax seeds as well for some texture. Very tasty, chewy and delicious. Thank you so much for sharing! I’ve shared this will all my friends!

  • guest

    Hey Great recipe!! Can I make it without egg??? My son has both wheat and egg allergy.

    • http://onelittleproject.com/ Debbie @ One Little Project

      That’s a great question! I really have no idea? Maybe add a little extra cheese to hold it together if you eliminate the egg? It’s one of those things that you might have to experiment with to see if it actually turns out? I’d love to hear back if you try it!

  • betty

    i tried another recipe that didn’t call for egg, but had to bake it before toppings. it turned out great,however this recipe makes my mouth water just thinking about all the seasoning in the mixture. i just happen to have cauliflower on hand, so i know what i’m having for for lunch tomorrow.thank you for sharing.PS: DON’T U JUST love pinterest

    • http://onelittleproject.com/ Debbie @ One Little Project

      haha… YES! I DO love Pinterest!! :) Thanks for sharing how your crust turned out without eggs. This one really was delicious with all of the seasoning. It’s making my mouth water thinking it!!

    • SA

      Hi there, would you be do kind to share that egg free recipe please? Thanks a lot!

  • Stacy

    Do you think these crusts would freeze well? I’d like to have some frozen pizzas on hand. Would it be better to just freeze the crust or make the pizza with all the toppings and then freeze it that way? And when it comes time to cook them, would I just put the frozen pizza in the oven at a higher temp and/or longer time or let it defrost first?

  • Jade

    Okay, so this is my 23 year old never-cooked-before brain voicing. I made this today and it was DELICIOUS even though…I had some trouble with the crust. I don’t know what I did wrong. Here’s some issues that I had so maybe someone can tell me how to do it right next time? I didn’t use a baking sheet…I just put it on a cookie pan. I fear I might have spread it too thin as well. This resulted in the edges being burned to crumbles, and the inside being too soft so it stuck to the pan. I did a lesser cook time because I thought if it were straight on the pan it would need a lesser cook time. So, I did…10 minutes, and then 8 minutes with the toppings. Also when I was wringing out the califlower, I laid a paper towel down INSIDE a dish towel and wrung it out. I had to pick paper crumbles out of the cauliflower. Mothers, please help this first timer out. What is a better way?

  • Denise

    Tried this tonight and really liked it. It was kinda a pain squeezing the water out of the cauliflower but it is definitely a must so that the crust isn’t mushy. I do think I added a little too much salt to the mix, but I’ll just have to try again. I actually flipped my crust after 9_10 minutes and cooked on the bottom side for about 1-2 minutes so that it got craigslist. I was able to slice and pick up the slices ok, it was just “limp” so I chose to eat with a fork. Great alternative on a night I was really craving pizza!

  • Denise

    *crispy, not craigslist….sorry!!

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