Cauliflower Crust Pizza


Hello my friends! I’m here with another recipe contribution to This innovative pizza takes the flour out of the mix, leaving behind a lighter and easier-to-digest alternative without compromising taste. I’ve been seeing cauliflower pizza crusts pop up all over the food blog world, so I figured I’d try my hand at it while removing a lot of the heaviness in some of the other versions. To lighten the dairy load, instead of using cheese in the crust, I opt for yogurt. What you top your pizza with is completely up to you!

The result is absolutely delicious and so so so very crave-worthy!

Some tips when making this: (1) be sure to oil the parchment paper before baking the crust so it doesn’t stick; (2) if you like your crust tougher, replace the yogurt with soft goat cheese instead; (3) the key is to reduce the moisture in the cauliflower before mixing with the other ingredients, so really wrench that liquid out of there!

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Bon Appetit!

xo Aylin



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  • Emin Erman


  • CW

    Hi, this is probably a dumb question, but do you cook the cauliflower before putting it in the food processor? Or does it cook enough in the oven?

    • Nope, not necessary! You can, but it will require more wrenching in the rag afterwards to remove all the liquid!

  • I keep meaning to try cauliflower crust pizza! Must get on that. 🙂

  • I’ve been wanting to do a cauliflower crust pizza too! I’ve heard such good things about them. 🙂

  • I tried another one that is chopped in food processor then cook 1 cup of the cauliflower without water . When done add to the cauliflower ,1 egg beaten, 1 cup mozzaralla cheese, 1/2 teasppon chopped garlic, 1 teaspoon of oregano,1/2 teaspoon garlic salt. spread out to a 9″ circle and bake,says as a option you can brush with olive oil on top if want to help browning. i really like it and so did family and neighbor,I want to try it with the yogurt to see which one I liked best.