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WOW! Cauliflower Pizza Crust !! Yum!

Easy and delicious! I used pesto on the crust and then loaded it up with vegies. I used a little cheese in the crust to make sure it came out crispy, but I didn't put cheese on top.

To make cauliflower rice: boil cut up cauliflower, drain, put in food processor till it looks like rice!

I use pesto with no nuts, or use low carb tomato sauce.

http://www.examiner.com/low-carb-in-national/cauliflower-pizza-crust-worth-its-wow-gold

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Very nice, looks awesome, I'm posting a pic of this!!

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I'm going to try replacing the cheese with an extra egg and a little olive oil (I'll let you all know how it goes). As a topping I'm using grass-fed top pot roast that I made with an onion and wine sauce (no cream, butter, or anything else against the rules). So the flavor will come from the pot roast "Gravy" and then I'll top it all off with a bunch of vegetables, like spinach, broccoli, etc.

  • forest parks commented May 10th 2011:
    Hey AwakingBrooklyn, how did it work out?

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I just stumbled across this half an hour ago and I immediately ran to the store to buy extra cauliflower :) I'm boiling it now to soften it, can't wait! I'll post again in a few hours to say how it came out! :D

  • Shery commented Mar 24th 2011:
    OH MY GOD This is better than the real thing! And my family just finished everything... Yep, can definitely see myself having to make this weekly now.

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I've made the pizza crust without any cheese and it was just fine. Not quite as crunchy and a little floppy but still very tasty. I also used a little bit of cottage cheese as a topping because pizza isn't pizza without cheese. mushrooms, artichoke, asparagus, and chicken also go well with it.

  • forest parks commented May 10th 2011:
    Hey Jorieelyse, how do you stop it from burning?
  • cvesper commented Aug 5th 2011:

    Same here, made mine sans cheese. Added extra egg and cauliflower

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Oh my gosh thanks for sharing. This looks so yummy.

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We made this the other night. Fantastic.

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Thank you for this! I made it and it was GREAT. I was really missing pizza, so you are an angel for posting this!

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Careful with this one. I gained a lot of weight eating cauliflower pizzas when I was low carbing. In the original recipe there is a LOT of cheese in it and slow carbing doesn't use a lot of cheese. There are CARBS in cheese.

Anything that seems too good to be true, likely is. Stick to the book.

  • 4hpam commented Mar 2nd 2011:
    Wow you must have eaten a lot of them! I didn't put cheese on top,just veggies. One a week has not been a problem for me, but everyone is different!

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omg i love you! can't wait to try this. been on slow carb for 4 months. getting tired of chicken beans and veggies. beef beans veggies. etc.

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Has anyone tried subbing out the mozzarella?

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Oh My God. Why did I only see this now???

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I can't wait to try this!!!

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Why aren't the pictures showing up? i'm a visual type person! i don't get what i'm doing with the fennel exactly..

Can't make without pictures :c

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Same ingredients, just slightly different preparation for the breadsticks:

http://blog.yourlighterside.com/2009/05/low-carb-breadsticks-recipe...

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Wow this is awesome. I want to try and create a variation on this without cheese, something tells me it won't work out but you gotta try!

  • Member commented Apr 21st 2011:
    Yeah! Let us know if you come up with something without cheese.
  • cvesper commented Aug 5th 2011:

    I did it with 3 cups of cauliflower and 2 eggs. came out alright on my pizzazz cooker, but it's not the same as with the cheese

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I can't wait to try this, you should add your recipe to this new book http://4hourpeople.com/question/5393

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This looks delicious! I'm looking forward to trying it! However, I really would love to try to put some sort of SCD approved spinach, artichoke, chicken concoction on it, but most recipes I'm finding for that include cream cheese or sour cream. Do you think that cottage cheese is an OK substitute? And for that matter, are artichokes allowed?

  • mtmcgill commented Sep 26th 2011:

    Low fat (less than 1%) Cottage cheese or Quark are good, you can make a cream cheese filling or garlic sauce with Quark cheese.

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I made this last night with feta instead of mozzarella. I used bell peppers, onions, natural marinara, and chicken as the topping.

It did not taste anything like pizza to me, but was edible none the less. Crust came out crispy around the edges, and had a pita bread like texture in the center. It was great for a change of pace from meat/beans/veg.

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I decided to try my hand at this today. I altered the recipe a bit though:

1 cup riced cauliflower

2 eggs

2 Tbsp coconut flour

Organic pizza seasoning (Grew the herbs myself)

I spread it out in a pan coated with Pam Olive Oil Spray and baked it for 12 minutes at 450F. Put a few spoons of a SCD-compliant pasta sauce I found on there with some turkey pepperoni. It's freaking delicious. I have some of that Veggie Slices (I know,soy...) cheese that I sprinkled on top too. Just a tad. I'm not a huge cheese fan. Then I baked for another 5 minutes at 450F. Came out great. I'm glad you posted that recipe.

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Looks intriguing, thank you!

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Try cottage cheese to replace the full fat hard cheese...

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