Flourless Crust Pizza

Eating healthy isn’t always easy. We all get cravings every now and again. One of our weaknesses is pizza of course. Who doesn’t love cheesy delicious pizza on a Friday night? It’s much easier on your conscience, waistline, and wallet, to indulge in a delectable personal pizza when you use this recipe however. The secret is in the crust. Trust us, you’ll love it!

Cauliflower Crust Pizza

Recipe

Serves 2

Crust
2 cups of shredded cauliflower or approximately 2/3 of a head of cauliflower
1 cup of shredded mozzarella cheese
2 eggs
2 tsp dried oregano
1 tsp crushed garlic

Toppings
Pizza sauce
Cheese
Any toppings you like!

Directions
Shred cauliflower in a food processor. Microwave in a bowl for 9-10 min. Mix in about 1 cup of cheese. Crack the eggs and mix in with the cauliflower. Add oregano and garlic.

Spray 2 pans with PAM and pour half the crust mixture onto each pan. Pat out into a thin circle. Bake in oven for 10-15 min at 350°F.

Then take out crust, top with sauce and toppings. Place back in oven for another 10-15 min.

Healthy Cauliflower Crust Pizza

This is a slightly temperamental recipe. If you find your crust doesn’t hold together before baking the first time you need to microwave the cauliflower longer to remove the excess water.

Healthy Personal Pan Pizza - the secret is in the crust

Neither of us are particularly fond of cauliflower so we were a bit doubtful that this recipe would become one of our favourites. The crust is spongy and moist however, and definitely satisfies our pizza cravings! And only about 600 calories per pizza! So go ahead, eat the whole thing!

Delicious fluffy flourless crust pizza

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