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Yesterday, a friend of mine posted a link in FB to a pizza crust made out of cauliflower. It looked good and since I was going grocery shopping this AM, I bought stuff to try it. I recalculated her nutrition content based on the brands I used in mine and mine had 5 grams of carbs per slice – not bad for pizza!

On the article the person wrote about it, she linked to her original article. The original one was a 4 serving pizza and the 2nd one was 8 servings. I made the 4 slice but actually cut mine into 6 slices. The 2 versions are also slightly different because she used frozen cauliflower in one and fresh in the other.

The first article also has a link to her article on how to make the cauliflower rice. I have a salad shooter that shreds stuff so that was easy for me to do. If you haven’t made the cauliflower rice before, it does shrink down a lot. I had almost 2 cups that I put in the microwave and didn’t have much more than a cup when it came out.

In reading down thru the comments, some people had problems with it sticking to the pan and she suggested using parchment paper, which I did and no sticking.

She also recommended letting the crust get cool before you put the toppings on and cooking the toppings. She said the crust will be firmer. I didn’t do that and it was pretty soft but still good.

This is the first time I ever made anything out of cauliflower like this. I think it came out really good and I will definitely do it again!

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wow, that looks awesome! im baking up some chicken right now but dont want it anymore. am going to have to have a look at this! TGFC! thanks!

It was really good!, the food I miss the most. This looks amazing! Thanks for the post!!! Gonna try it!

I hope you like it when you try it Molly!

It was really good Sally!

Wow Kelly that looks awesome! Haven't made cauli rice in a while either, time for a shopping trip. Thanks!

Thanks Jrtpup! I still have leftover cauliflower so I am going to try the caulfilower mac & cheese next.

I make cauliflower mac & cheese all the time! I haven't tried pizza yet, though. Thanks for the recipe!

Thanks Kate. I made the mac & cheese today. It was good. I am going to start making more cauliflower stuff now.

My wife made this for me last week. It was amazing!

I am glad you liked it Christopher! I really liked it too!




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