Easiest Cauliflower Pizza EVER!

Easiest Cauliflower Pizza EVER!

 

When I was first introduced to cauliflower pizza I was, like everyone else, a SKEPTIC.  How in this world could cauliflower make pizza, and even if it could, how it the world could it even be edible?  Well, like the other skeptics who have gone before me, I was proved way wrong and we adopted the ‘cauliflower pizza’ idea into our recipe repertoire.  The only problem is, the popular recipes I kept finding TOOK WAY TO LONG and HAD WAY TOO MANY STEPS. Ugh. I avoid that much chaos in my life, if possible at all possible.

 

Much to our delight, after trying several different cauliflower pizza recipes (including this one that inspired me to make it easier), I finally perfected THE EASIEST CAULIFLOWER PIZZA EVER.

Look below and you will see how I can say this is
the EASIEST cauliflower pizza you could ever make.
In fact, because I have narrowed it down to this easy few-step process,
I’m making it weekly now! Hooray!

EASIEST Cauliflower Pizza EVER!

EASIEST Cauliflower Pizza EVER!

Ingredients

  • 1 large head cauliflower- grated in food processor
  • 1/2 C plain yogurt (the thicker the better) (or 3 T. almond flour for dairy free)
  • 1 t. real salt
  • Generous pepper
  • 1 t. Basil, ½ t oregano, ½ t. garlic powder
  • 2 eggs

Instructions

  1. Cut cauliflower into small florets and put through grating attachment on food processor.
  2. Beat other ingredients together in large bowl, adding cauliflower in until mixed well.
  3. Spread mixture flat onto large cookie sheet lined with parchment paper, pushing into all 4 corners.
  4. Bake on 400°F for approximately 45-50 minutes, until pizza is browning, drying out and stays together well when gently lifted with spatula. (don't do less than 40 minutes)
  5. Put sauce, toppings and cheese and bake for another 10 minutes until cheese is melted and golden.
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14 Responses

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  2. Really excited to try this! My little guy is on GAPS but can’t tolerate almond or coconut flour! :( This would be a crust we could try but I’d probably use kefir for the yogurt. Thanks!

    • Great Trisha! That is exciting….I know it must be so hard to not be able to use the alternative flours- you rock mama for working with it! Anything is possible for our babes health :o) Blessings on his healing journey!

    • Correct! You have to steam NOTHING!! Mix it up raw and cook away! You will be sooooo surprised! ;o) Let me know how it turns out!

    • Hmmm….i’ve never worked with coconut yogurt. I wish I could say it would work! Maybe try another couple egg with a little coconut flour…totally guessing, but it might be worth re-working this recipe to work for you! Dairy allergy is NO fun! Let us know if you find a dairy-free version please!

  3. So, I have tried the cauliflower crust a couple of times and it always sticks to whatever I am cooking it on. Is it the parchment paper that allows it to come up whole? Or the time of at least 40 minutes? Any tips?

    • Did you use parchment paper? Yes I just slide in with the parchment paper onto my cutting board in one smooth slide. Definitely try cooking it longer…the longer it cooks i’ve noticed the better it stays together. Actually made it tonight! So sorry it didn’t work out for you the first couple of times…I hope you don’t give up because having a quick cauliflower pizza recipe is so convenient, healthy and good!

  4. I’m following LCHF eating plan….I’ll have to try this out. I have been missing pizza…I am hoping this will do the trick. Thx for the recipe.

    • I’m actually not quite sure. I would think if it was cooled and put in the fridge and then bake the toppings on top it would be fine. But you’ll have to let me know if you try it!

      • Baked the crust and let it sit at room temp until my guests arrived. Then topped it and baked it. Sorry to report it was soggy.

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