A simple and secretly healthy cauliflower pizza crust recipe that’s so surprisingly delicious, you’d never guess it could possibly be so good for you!
The Best Cauliflower Pizza Crust
Just FIVE Ingredients – Seriously!
If you somehow still haven’t tried cauliflower pizza, this simple 5-ingredient recipe is absolutely one to bookmark for later. Or better yet, make it for dinner tonight!
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Unlike many other keto pizza crust recipes, this cauliflower pizza crust recipe CAN be picked up without falling apart!
Super Easy Cauliflower Pizza
I am a girl who loves carbs.
Like, ridiculously loves carbs. I’m pretty sure I could survive on an all-carb diet.
So I never thought I’d ever get on the cauliflower pizza crust bandwagon. Taking my beloved doughy Italian pizza crust and replacing it with a vegetable? No thank you; I wanted no part of this.
For months, I completely ignored the cauliflower-for-carbs trend sweeping the internet, tuning out whenever a friend would rave about how she’d made perfect low carb cauliflower rice or cauliflower breadsticks and how they were ohmygosh so good.
But as time went on and the cauliflower trend only seemed to be getting stronger, curiosity finally got the better of me… I had to know what all the hype was about.
I gave in and tried my hand at homemade cauliflower pizza.
And I fell in LOVE.
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Healthy Pizza Crust Ingredients
The recipe needs just five ingredients—no eggs, and no cheese required.
It can be low calorie, dairy free, plant based, paleo, and completely flourless. And even before you add any toppings whatsoever, the tasty cauliflower crust is packed with nutrition: 3 grams of fiber, 2.5 grams of protein, and over 50% of the RDA for Vitamin C in each slice of pizza.
That’s just for one slice…
Who ever stops at just one slice of pizza???
Can I Make Keto Cauliflower Pizza? What About Vegan?
The crust is naturally vegan and sugar free. To make it a keto crust, simply use the almond flour option listed in the recipe… and if you have leftover almond flour, you can make Keto Brownies!
I haven’t tried using coconut flour but think it should work; you’d probably just need to use less since it soaks up water like a sponge. If you experiment, be sure to report back!
Where Can I Buy Cauliflower Pizza Crust?
If you don’t want to make your…