Cauliflower Crust Mini Pizzas

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Cauliflower Crust Mini Pizzas

This cauliflower crust mini pizzas recipe is from my wife Angel, who loves to make food, home and body care recipes that support people’s journey to optimal health.  Check out my wife’s website, instagram and facebook page where she shares stories and pics about our life.

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Cauliflower Crust Mini Pizzas




Yield 8 Mini Pizzas


2 cups fresh cauliflower, steamed, drained and riced

2 large pasture raised egg

2 cups grass-fed chedder cheese

1 tsp. toasted and ground fennel

1/4 tsp of pink salt

1 tsp. ground oregano

2 tsp. dried parsley

2 tsp dried basil

1 tsp dried rosemary

2 cloves of garlic

Servings:  8 personal sized mini pizzas

Prep Time:  10 mins

Cook Time:  30 mins


Step #1:  For the mini pizza crusts, steam the cauliflower and thoroughly squeeze out liquid using cheesecloth.  Next rice or finely chop it (You can do this in a food processor a few pieces at a time).

Step #2:  In a bowl, beat the egg then add the cauliflower and shredded cheese.

Step #3:  Mix, then press down large spoonful's onto a parchment paper covered cookie sheet.

Step #4:  Sprinkle with the spices and bake at 450 degrees for 8 to 10 minutes. Keep the oven on.

To complete the pizza, add desired pizza sauce (or a slice of fresh tomato) or pesto and then add toppings like grass-fed meat, olives, chopped mushrooms, etc. Just put back in oven til cheese is melted for completed mini pizzas!

(Nutrition information is just for the pizza crust)

***The nutrition info for this recipe is based on the linked ingredients above** 

Courses Dinner

Cuisine Italian

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 2 Mini Pizza Crust

Amount Per Serving

Calories 290

% Daily Value

Total Fat 21 g


Total Carbohydrates 8 g


Dietary Fiber 2 g


Sugars 2 g

Protein 19 g


* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

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Dr Jockers Comments: 

One of the most common complaints I get from people is that they can no longer eat pizza or must restrict their pizza intake when they begin my program.  I always respond by saying that they just have to get more creative and innovative.  Using a cauliflower crust makes this grain-free and anti-inflammatory for the body!

This is a fantastic recipe for a true pizza flavor and texture without all the nasty inflammatory carbs and toxic fats.  You get tons of incredible nutrients in this recipe, healthy fats and antioxidants.  This is a whole super-food based meal that the family will love and enjoy for many meals to come!

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  1. Every time I try to make a cauliflower pizza crust, I burn the edges. UCK!
    How do I keep from burning the edges and not have a soggy pizza?

    1. Hey Linda, Making sure you strain out as much of the liquid from the cauliflower as possible can help ensure an evenly baked crust! You could also flip the pizza crusts half way through baking to see if that helps.

  2. bummer we can’t do dairy so no cheese here, and I doubt that the shreds alternative we use will hold up as well as traditional. Looks yummy though!

  3. I would love to try this recipe. What is the weight of the cauliflower initially? I buy raw cauliflower that is already riced from Trader Joe’s. Thanks!

    1. Hey Laureen, I’m not sure of the weight but it is fresh and riced when measured into 2 cups. You could measure out 2 cups from the pre-riced cauliflower as well.

  4. Hi: in beginning of this post, you said to be sure to check all the way down for the pesto and margarita recipes for this pizza as shown. However, there is nothing after the recipe or in the recipe for the two versions you show. Can I/we get the recipes for these as well? thank you. 🙂

  5. I make this pizza once or twice a week. I do not steam it though, I use it raw (ground in a food processor) with an egg or two and ricotta cheese or goat cheese. It is so much easier and wonderful!! I love it. My kids can’t have regular cheese but they can eat goat cheese.

    1. I agree. It is not necessary to pre-steam the cauliflower. It cooks well enough in the oven.

  6. I make this often, I have made two versions one using fresh grated cauliflower, one using organic frozen cauliflower rice, I ‘dry fry’ (no oils) in a skillet, not cooking it but on med heat, stir and get the moisture out, (about 4-5 minutes, stir, stir, stir) let it cool and continue, we could not tell the difference between the two, and the frozen cauliflower is a time saver….the best pizza crust ever, you can even make small bread rounds with this/taco shell because it’s flexible and doesn’t crack….(I always use parm cheese for this)

  7. I will be trying this recipe, love a good cauliflower crust! Question, has anyone tried freezing them for future use? Thank you

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  9. I made the pizzas and I think I will only make these in the future. Very easy and sooooo tasty. Thank you for sending all of the valuable information. I appreciate you.

  10. Please could your wife work up a pizza with no dairy and no eggs with the cauliflower base and see if it can be done.

    Thank You

  11. I use a very tall sooth glass as a rolling pin, works great with minimal sticking like it does with a wood rolling pin. Giving the glass a slight spin as I roll it works well.

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