Gluten Free Pizza Crust Recipe

I was amazed at how yummy this gluten free pizza crust recipe is.
Low Carb Pizza
This fun, fast and healthy pizza recipe is great for diabetics, celiacs or those who eat low carb or gluten-free.

The only draw back to this pizza is that it is so good that 2 people can eat the whole thing!!

Gluten Free Pizza Crust Recipe

2+ cups shredded cauliflower (this does not need to be exact)
1 egg
1 cup shredded mozzarella cheese
1 tsp. dry oregano
1 garlic clove pressed (or dry)
1/2 tsp. onion salt
diabetic pizza crust

  1. Grate cauliflower into bowl using any type of shredder that you have. Even a cheese grater will work.
  2. Place the grated cauliflower into a microwave safe bowl and microwave for 5 – 8 minutes or until tender but not mushy. No need to add water.
  3. Cool then, add all the other ingredients and mix until combined.
  4. Spread out on a sheet pan or baking stone. (This takes a bit of effort, by pressing and smushing the crust to the size and shape that you want.)
  5. Bake for 20 minutes at 375 degrees or until golden brown.

cauliflower pizza crust

Assemble Low Carb Pizza

With cauliflower as the primary crust ingredient this is definitely low carb!

After the crust is baked add your tomato sauce, cheese and other toppings.

The low carb pizza does not need to bake long after the toppings are added because the crust is already fully cooked.

Just top and broil to melt the cheese.

Diabetic, Low Carbohydrate, Gluten-Free

If you are diabetic, gluten-free or eating low carb diet, this pizza will satisfy that craving for a good pizza!
Low Carb Pizza
If you can eat just one slice of the whole pizza (cut into 6) then the approximate calories is only 151 with about 9 grams of carbohydrates.

Fortunately (or unfortunately) it is so good that I bet you cannot eat just one!!


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    Shared by: Dawnella:

    I used frozen cauliflower. I did not add water when I assembled the crest I had to bake it much longer than the directions and I guess that is because of the moisture although there was none in the dish S
    o looking at some other recipes that I read tell you to squeeze out the water so I guess there’s water even though you don’t see it.
    I will make this again but I will squeeze the cauliflower out in a dishtowel first but it was delicious!

    Shared by: Tania:

    I just made this and thoroughly enjoyed it! I burned the edges slightly while broiling the toppings but it didn’t taste burnt in the least.

    Shared by: Deb, The Healthy Chef:

    Good question, microwave is steaming. So, yes but be careful because you do not want it over cooked.

    Shared by: Rachel:

    can you steam the shredded cauliflower? I don’t use microwaves as they are not healthy for you.

    Shared by: Deb, The Healthy Chef:

    I guess you could try it with frozen by I would think that it may be too wet. When you cook the fresh it is important not to over cook it. It should still be pieces as opposed to mush and I think that would be hard to do with frozen. If you do frozen do NOT cook the cauliflower, just thaw it out and grind/chop it into pieces then go from there!

    Shared by: Shayla:

    Does the cauliflower have to be fresh or will frozen work?

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