I know there are a million recipes for Low-Carb Cauliflower Pizza Crust out there, but I wanted one that was dairy free. Stay with me, I love cheese as much as the next person, but no one feels great after eating a ton of cheese. So here is a recipe for Dairy-Free Low-Carb Cauliflower Pizza Crust. I’ll save the cheese for a topping, where it can get nice and carnalized.
This Dairy-Free Low-Carb Cauliflower Pizza Crust is yummy, low-carb, and contains cauliflower! Win, win, win! I am still trying to popularize #lowcarbhighveg and this pizza crust will definitely help me. Cauliflower is an amazing vegetable that is both great for you and mild enough in taste it can be added to almost every meal. In fact, it’s one of the 3 superfoods you can add to almost any meal.
The recipe makes 2 12-inch Dairy-Free Low-Carb Cauliflower Pizza Crusts, because if you are going through the effort to make one pizza, you might as well make two. This makes great leftovers and often tastes better the next day. Making 2 pizzas also allows you to use different toppings, satisfying the whole family. My favorite toppings are pepperoni and olives, or bacon and pineapple (when I’m not keto), but the sky is the limit!
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What you put on your Dairy-free low-carb cauliflower pizza is totally up to you, but here are some ideas to get your creative juices flowing. Tag me on Instagram so I can see what toppings you use!
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A delicious, low-carb way to have your pizza, and eat your veggies too.
1-2 Tablespoons of tomato paste make a great sauce without making your pizza soggy. The paste will need to be spread very thinly but will give you the tomato flavor without all the extra moisture.
If you let the pizza cool down some, the crust will hold together better. As Alton Brown says, your patience will be rewarded.
After the pizza has cooled slightly, carefully move to a wire cooling rack with a spatula to prevent the bottom of the crust from becoming soggy.
Give this cauliflower pizza crust a try and let me know what you think!
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