Personal Pan Cauliflower Crust Pizza’s

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Personal Pan Cauliflower Crust Pizzas

I have seen a lot of Paleo recipes for cauliflower crust pizzas but I thought they looked too time consuming and I could not imagine how they could be crispy. Then curiosity got the best of me and I tried my hand at some of the recipes. Let me tell you, they are not hard to do and they actually crisp up just like a thin crust pizza!!! Of course I had to come up with my own variation and I also found it much easier to keep everyone happy by making them personal pan pizzas. My kids love decorating their own pizzas before baking them!


  • 2 heads organic cauliflower
  • 3 pastured eggs
  • 2 cups shredded raw parmesan (they sell this at Trader Joe’s!)
  • 1 Tbsp Italian seasoning (where to buy)
  • 1 Tbsp sea salt (where to buy)


  • Chop cauliflower heads into smaller pieces and pulse in a food processor until it resembles rice.
  • Spread it evenly on a baking sheet and bake at 425 until it becomes fragrant (about 10 minutes)


  • Lay a flour sack towel inside of a large bowl and dump the cauliflower into the towel
  • Let the cauliflower cool completely


  • Squeeze the cauliflower inside the towel to get the liquid out
  • You will be amazed at how much actually wrings out!


Here is what it looks like all squeezed out 


  • Now add in the rest of the ingredients and mix well with your hands


  • Spread onto a Silpat lined baking sheet
  • Make sure you spread evenly

cauliflower pizza crust

  • Bake at 425* until it starts to brown on the top, then take it out and flip it
  • Bake an additional 10 minutes

cauliflower pizzas browned

  • Now, add your favorite toppings and sauce (get my pizza sauce recipe HERE)
  • Top with cheese and bake again until the cheese is melted

pizza toppings

Make sure everyone gets to add their own toppings! 




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  1. e. maasland says

    i just made it. it taste more like an omelette although it doesnt taste bad, i somehow miss that pizza crust crunch.

    thanks for sharing!

  2. says

    I have heard of people using cauliflower for making pizza crust, but never tried it however, I have used zucchini. Pinning to my veggie board.

  3. says

    Do you think that the crusts would freeze well? I only need one or two but thought if I made a full batch of them I could freeze them and use when needed. What’s you’re opinion on this?

  4. Cheri says

    I want to try this ASAP! Any cheese free suggestions? Our house is dairy free, half is gluten free and always looking for grain free options for my kids. Due to additional allergies, I can’t really use dairy free cheese. Any insight is helpful. Thanks!

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