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Pizza Made Of Cauliflower, No Flour
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Hi everyone, 

I've just found an interesting recepie on a natural lifestyle blog. I'm interested whether it's good or not. If someone is brave enough to make it please let me know. What's your oppinion on it?

The recipe for 4 people:

  • one head of cauliflower
  • one cup of shredded parmesan
  • one cup of shredded mozzarella (this is what makes the whole crust a real pizza crust)
  • 1/2 tablespoon salt
  • 2 eggs (preferably omega-3 or grass-fed)
  • 1/2 tablespoon oregano
  1. Pre-heat your oven to 300 degrees.
  2. Wash cauliflower head, remove leaves and stem, and chop up. Put the cauliflower into your food processor and pulse for 2 minutes. Be careful and do not overdo it as it becomes watery.
  3. Add processed cauliflower to a microwaveable bowl. Microwave, uncovered, for 5 minutes.
  4. Add cheese, garlic powder, onion powder, oregano, and salt. Mix well. Adjust seasoning to taste.
  5. Add eggs, and mix well.
  6. Pour out onto a greased baking sheet. Spread out evenly so it becomes a pizza form. Bake for 15-20 minutes until lighty brown.
  7. Here comes the fun and creative part. Remove the crust from the oven and top it whatever you like. My favourites are tomatoes, ham, prosciutto, mushrooms and a lot of mozzarella.
  8. Put it back in the oven and bake until the cheese melts.
  9. EAT TIME!
  10.  

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Hey! I could eat that!!! It has no corn or soy!! And I LOVE cauliflower.

 

I probably shouldn't try tomato sauce because I suspect a nightshade intolerance, but I could use some of the yummy gluten-free sausage my health food store carries and make a white pizza with it. Now all I need to do is buy a pizza pan and convince myself that even *I*, the world's worst cook, can do this.

 

Thanks!

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This sounds like the one my SIL makes occasionally.  I haven't tried it but she said it was good.

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Those cauliflower doughs sound interesting.  I haven't tried them myself but may soon.  Here's a few more links for them.

 

http://freetheanimal.com/2009/05/cauliflower-crust-pizza.html

 

http://www.acupofflour.com/2012/03/15/cauliflower-crust-pizza/

 

http://slimpalate.com/cauliflower-tortillas-paleo-grain-free-gluten-free/

 

 

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I make a version very close to that and it is great....it is not like a fresh bread dough...but certainly tastes great to me as it is the only pizza I can currently eat.

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Hey! I could eat that!!! It has no corn or soy!! And I LOVE cauliflower.

 

I probably shouldn't try tomato sauce because I suspect a nightshade intolerance, but I could use some of the yummy gluten-free sausage my health food store carries and make a white pizza with it. Now all I need to do is buy a pizza pan and convince myself that even *I*, the world's worst cook, can do this.

 

Thanks!

I use mango sauce, instead of tomato.  I place mango (NO PEEL) in the food processor and process it until it is sauce.  Easy.  It gives the pizza a tang!  Oh, I can't wait to have some.

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Here is a flourless pizza crust we use. http://glutenfreeeasily.com/flourless-gluten-free-pizza/

OMG! Yummmmmm!

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For all those who think a gluten-free diet is a way to lose weight, show them this recipe!

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Does anyone have a good pizza crust that also excludes eggs?

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I've said it a million times, and this doesn't help with making your own, but I only eat Venice crusts. They are gluten, dairy, soy and egg free. They taste amazing and it doesn't involve smearing or spreading a crust onto a pan, which I'm gonna be honest, offends every sensibility I have. Of course, you pretty much have to pay out the nose for them too. :ph34r:

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Here is a flourless pizza crust we use. http://glutenfreeeasily.com/flourless-gluten-free-pizza/

 

OMG is right....that sounds incredible -- and somehow manages to double the calories of a regular pizza -- hmmm...maybe I'll make one for Mom whom needs to add a few lbs.

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Every ready made crust I've found is rediculous in price!!! I love pizza and I miss it dearly!!

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Thanks tinpins!!!! This looks amazing!!!

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