- 1 head cauliflower (7 - 8" wide)
- 1 egg (large)
- 1/2 cup parmesan cheese (grated/shredded & not packed)
- herb seasoning (1 tsp Italian, or rosemary, basil, parsley)
- 1/8 teaspoon salt
- 1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper (freshly)
PER SERVING *
|Calories100Calories from Fat45|
|% DAILY VALUE*|
|Calories from Fat45|
|% DAILY VALUE*|
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Jessica T. 6 May
We loved this cauliflower crust! I will absolutely make it again! We did almost 1/2 pepperoni and cheese, and finished it with fresh basil. Yum!
Amanda M. 3 Oct 2017
Added garlic, onions and tomatoes!! It was delicious. I think I’ll prefer this over regular pizza has so much flavor!
hazi adamu 20 Jul 2017
Amazing tasted so nice will definitely make again
Kish 17 Jul 2017
This was delicious!!!
Louiza P. 27 Oct 2016
Great taste, great recipe,however very difficult laundry! the smell of the cauliflower didn' t come off the clothes the water touched!
Shelly 3 Oct 2016
Super delicious but beware very time consuming. I made the crust verbatim and it was good, in fact I don't believe I will alter on the next time I use this recipe...it's that good. Use parchment paper, spray with non stick cooking spray and still hope for the best that it doesnt stick. Thanks for sharing!
Samia M. 2 Sep 2016
It was great. I really liked how it turned. The directions were clear so were the ingredients! Great
fanny f. 29 Jun 2016
I did try it and it was delicious!!! My vegetarian daughter had some and was equal pleased with it. I will try it again making the crust a little thicker.
Julie W. 25 May 2016
It was very good. I did increase the eggs to 2. I added 1 T of coconut flour also. Next time I will add fresh basil. Even though I oiled the pan, it stuck a bit, but it's crust structure did pretty good. We still used a knife and fork to eat pizza. Maybe adding a bit more coconut flour - some dairy free milk, would make crust a bit more sturdy. I am going to try putting down parchment paper next time. Bottom line - it tasted awesome!
Charisse S. 8 May 2016
Wonderful! This was my second time trying cauliflower pizza after a horrendous initial trial. This one came out amazing, and I chose to use Parmesan cheese with my cauliflower dough, along with two eggs instead of one. The draining of the cauliflower is a little bit time consuming but incredibly worth it I also divided the dough in half to make two personal sized pizzas as I feared that having too big of a pizza would not hold together. I am thoroughly satisfied with this recipe and I topped a pizza with Alfredo, mozzarella, bacon, chicken and apple sausage, red onions, and mushrooms. I topped the other pizza with homemade garlic pesto, Parmesan, mozzarella, arugula, and bacon.
cheryl h. 19 Mar 2016
just pulled this pizza out of the oven. Toppings included, pesto, tomato sauce, mushrooms, and feta cheese. It has alot of flavour but you can taste the cauliflower. I also subbed mozzarella cheese for old cheese and added a bit of almond flour and guar gum to firm up the crust. i think i,ll add more almond flour next rime.
Kenneth M. 8 Mar 2016
Healthy alternative to pizza crust! My wife and I love it. We made chicken Alfredo pizza with it. We would definitely make it again!
shai c. 28 Feb 2016
I am so in love with this recipe !! It taste like cauliflower but has the exact same texture as normal pizza crust. I use this every time I make pizza.
Vicky M. 18 Feb 2016
Very well! Flavor was great but maybe not as crunchy as I expected definitely I'll do it again. I have added a bit of mozzarella along with the parmesan cheese
Barbara S. 5 Oct 2015
I made this and it came out great! But you need a full size full food processor, I have a mini one. Also you must get all of the water out and use parchment paper for cooking. I just add veggies on ours and it was a hit.