1. Getting Fit

    I made the cauliflower spinach pizza. This recipe does NOT work with a blender. I had to add tiny bits of cauliflower and spinach in at at time, take it out, then add more. It took 30 minutes just to chop up the stuff. I used 2% cheese (to cut calories and fat) and only 1/2 the amount of parmesan (I find it overpowering in large amounts). I had very low expectations but I was pleasantly surprised. For toppings, I added pizza sauce, 1/4 cup of 2% sharp cheddar cheese, mushrooms, 2 tablespoons of crispy fried onions (the kind that is used as a topping on green beans), and 2 chopped up dino-chicken nuggets left over from my kiddo’s dinner. If I ever get a food processor, I will make it again. But never again with a blender. With the toppings, for half of the pizza, it was 276 calories, 16 g carbs, 15 g fat, 18 g protein.

    1. Christine Sanelli

      Oh sorry to hear that it was difficult with the blender! Thank you for your feedback. I’m glad it turned out in the end!

  2. Princess

    They all sound yummy! I’m going to try my pizza skills this evening. I’m going to throw some shredded chicken and banana peppers on that kale crust for some “extra” goodness! Thank you for sharing these!!

    1. Alyson McDonald

      Maria, there is not a written recipe with no-cheese, however you could easily switch out cheese on any of them!

  3. K

    So as far as watching carbs or trying to avoid them, with the carb count on each of these as high as it is, is it actually any better to eat this than regular bread? Are the carbs broken down differently because they aren’t grains or complex carbs?

    1. Caitlin Peterson

      So those are the macros for the entire pizza. Most likely you would just be eating 1/4 or 1/8 of the pizza, so you could break it up depending on how much you eat. So these are actually really good macros, especially for a pizza crust!

  4. Cris Desimone

    The last recipe listed Cauliflower Kale Pizza Crust actually doesn’t list cauliflower in the ingredients or instructions. Is there really cauliflower in it?

    1. Caitlin Peterson

      No there isn’t. I’m so sorry about the mix up. We will be changing the name. Thanks for catching that.

  5. Lynn

    In this recipe, where is the Cauliflower?

    cauliflower and kale pizza crust

    4 c chopped kale leaves
    1/4 c mozzarella cheese
    1/4 c parmesan cheese
    1/2 tsp. garlic salt
    1 tsp. dried basil
    1 tsp. dried oregano
    1 large egg

    1. Preheat oven to 450 degrees. In a high powered blender or food processor, pulse kale leaves until finely ground.
    2. Mix ground kale, mozzarella, parmesan, garlic salt, basil, and oregano. Add egg and stir until combined. Form dough into a ball, and place on a parchment covered pizza pan.
    3. Spread dough to edges of pan and bake for 10-15 minutes or until golden brown. Add sauce and favorite toppings and bake for 5-10 minutes until cheese is bubbly. Enjoy!

    1. Caitlin Peterson

      Hi Lynn, there isn’t actually any cauliflower in this recipe. Sorry about the mix up. We will be changing the name to be less confusing. 🙂 Thanks for catching that.

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