Cauliflower Crust Pizza. (Easy!)

This was adopted from a Pinterest recipe I found, And I can’t even remember where I found it because I memorized it because it was just so easy. I use steam cauliflower which I steam the day before for dinner. I make about 2 cups extra, and that is what I use for this recipe. It’s in the fridge from the night before ready to use. So easy!


2 cups steamed cauliflower ( mine is pre-buttered, and salt and peppered from the night before. I use it cold. Also have used it warm though and it doesn’t seem to make a difference )

1 cup grated parmesean cheese (I use shelf stable cheese, but fresh would be amazing I’m sure!)

2 eggs

Salt and pepper to taste

Oregano (optional)

INSTRUCTIONS: Preheat oven to 450 degrees. Blend of the cauliflower in the food processor until pulverized.

Please remaining ingredients, along with cauliflower in a mixing bowl, and mix until mixture forms a ball.

Toss onto lightly greased pizza stone (or baking sheet-as long as it’s greased). Using The back of a metal spoon press the “crust” to form a pizza shell. (The dough will not seem as though it wants to stick together that is normal.) Sprinkle with a little dried oregano if desired.

That’s it! Pop it in the oven and cook for about 8 to 10 minutes until lightly browned. Remove from oven. Pour pizza sauce on, mozzarella cheese and toppings of choice! Yum!!

Go veggies! Don’t tell anyone it’s made out of cauliflower and see if anyone can guess! This is so good you would have no idea it’s made from a vegetable!



Published by hannahyerkey

Lover of life, my husband Chad, and our three kids. I love cooking and baking low-sugar, but still delicious, foods for my Chad who’s a diabetic. We leave room for occasional indulgent foods too! Constantly on the hunt for natural, alternative ways to incorporate to stay healthy. Saved by grace. Lastly adventure and spontaneity are everything...oh, and coffee too.

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