- 1 head cauliflower (large, 7" - 8" wide)
- 1/4 cup egg whites
- 1/2 cup mozzarella (for topping, /Tex Mex cheese, shredded)
- 1 teaspoon italian seasoning (or any dried herbs like oregano or basil)
- 1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper
- 1 pinch salt
- marinara sauce (or my mom's Ukrainian adjika, for dipping)
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Hi Hi H. 4 Sep
Very yummy family loved it. I added a 1/2 tsp of garlic powder to the seasonings. So good. Family has already requested it again
Susan W. 26 Jul
These were good. I will try it again
Cheryl 9 Apr
Didn’t have Italian seasoning. Baked well. Would be good with garlic and toppings
Jordan Van Daalen 9 Mar
Pretty basic, but overall tasty and easy to make.
Collin 14 Feb
I love em! Going to try experimenting with different toppings on my next few attempts to see what works.
lydia 30 Jan
amazing. 10/10 would make it again
Super chef Naz 22 Jan
Really tasty! Made it using cheddar and Parmesan instead of mozzarella and it worked out well. I will be making this on a regular
Jack Mccarthy 17 Jan
Great. Cath and loaf loved it.
Sunni M. 10 Sep 2017
Yummy. Easy. Would definitely make again.
Lauren M. 7 Sep 2017
Tasty but it's a little dry!
Chica 21 Aug 2017
Super yummy and worth the prep time
K-Tizzle 23 Jul 2017
These were delicious. Didn't even miss the bread.
Jessica D 17 May 2017
Amy Luke 23 Apr 2017
amazing taste like cheese bread and kids love definitely make again
Zoe Brown 22 Apr 2017
These coliflower breadsticks turned out really nice although it was more like a casserole then breadsticks. I think I was suppost to roast it in tje oven... if not then I probably didnt dry the coliflower enough. Great recipe!
Katie Kiel 14 Apr 2017
Enjoyed this recipe! Added parsley, garlic, basil, and oregano and used less cheese and it was quite tasty! Very light. But wringing out the water sucked. Going to try microwaving it next time because that was way too labor intensive. Also, while I had no problems with it, my boyfriend didn't like the texture-something to keep in mind for folks with texture issues.
Casey 6 Apr 2017
It turned out okay. Just didn't think it tasted very good. Didn't modify any of the recipe. Won't make it again.
Doaa.h 27 Mar 2017
I tried it today for lunch and it was nice and tasty 😍 And yes gonna make it again 🥘👍🏻 Love it so much 💓
Kimberly Dibble 13 Mar 2017
For August W....One of the most recent version of a riced cauliflower recipe that I saw recommended microwaving the cauliflower to dry it out before use. I admit your issue was one I had with the ricing before TO MUCH MOISTURE...lol. However, after using the microwave technique it was smoother sailing for me for sure! Hope this helps anyone who has the H2O problem and doesn't want to cheesecloth it repeatedly!
August W. 8 Feb 2017
This is a pretty good recipe, but you HAVE to squeeze out ALL the water from the riced cauliflower. When you think you're done squeezing out the water, get a new cheesecloth and keep squeezing. When you flatten it out, and you think it might be too thin... make it a little thinner. I added garlic to this with oregano and it was very good, but I should have thinned it a little more so it got crispier.
sarah k. 6 Feb 2017
This is a good concept but it didn't have much taste, I would make again maybe adding more seasoning
Seth Herbert 24 Dec 2016
Very delicious. I am diabetic so this recipe is a perfect alternative. I also love cauliflower. I would definitely recommend this recipe.
Linda H. 11 Jul 2016
I love these things a lot. My husband thought I bought them. He was fulled lol. I made buffalo dipping sauce to go with them, they were great!!!!!
caitlin b. 18 May 2016
These tasted SO GOOD!! They were kind of difficult, because I don't have a food processor, but still worth it! It really did taste like bread.
Asiya I. 16 May 2016
Just love it! Easy to make and so delicious and guilt free!!! I'm making it the second time in 4 days
Liam L. 13 Dec 2015
All the fat was taken out of this - so the taste of course was not compensated with anything but dry herbs. Brush lightly with olive oil or light butter, or even a tomato paste. Sprinkle a bit of basil on top, and spray with very small amount of coconut oil. The compensation is met, and the taste is much more flavorful. As for it falling apart, it didn't for me. I didn't use 9 pounds of cheese though, so if it's falling apart, it might be too heavy. Make sure your parchment is sprayed too so the crust can bake.
Jesse B. 25 Jun 2015
Not very tasty at all and doesn't set up right. At least it didn't for me. It fell apart as soon as I tried to cut it.