Cauliflower Pizza Crust

cauliflower pizza crust

I keep seeing cauliflower pizza’s all over pinterest, instagram etc and I think I attempted to make one for all the wrong reasons. I felt like pshh yeah I can totally make one of those too – a wheatless pizza crust- yep I got this! I’m not gonna lie to you and tell you that this was ridiculously easy to make. Or try to decieve you with my beautifully lit photos – I’m not gonna lie – you can’t pick up a slice of this pizza like your everyday pizza. It definitely had to be enjoyed with a fork (and knife) in hand. I will say that I was surprisingly pleased with the taste. And although the “dough” didn’t really achieve that classic pillsbury-dough-boy texture I was still gravy with how it turned out. Would I make it again?? Maybe my healthy pizza muse will strike again, but it was just nice to try it out – and now I can scratch it off the list and now I have earned the honest bragging rights to tell people “yeah I’ve made that before”…no but seriously don’t we all know those people??

Anyway if you want to join the club and give it your best shot this is what I did! My husband actually really liked it and ate the little personal-sized pizza for dinner!

califlower in bowl

Break up/ chop a fresh cauliflower head.

 

califlower rice

Use a high-speed food processor to pulse your cauliflower into a rice-like texture. Then mix with all the other ingredients listed below and bake for 30 mins at 45o degrees Fahrenheit.

califlower pizza crust 2

While your crust is baking, broil or sauté your choice of veggies before adding to your pre-baked pizza crust. I also topped mine with some grilled chicken for added protein! You can try adding avocados, greek or spanish olives, a fried egg (another pinteresty one), also arugula looks really pretty on pizzas (and has a nice sharp taste)!

califlower pizza crust recipe

 

Have you tried making the cauliflower pizza crust? Or another recipe you’ve seen on pinterest? 

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