Low carb pizza crust is great for a healthy dinner. This family friendly cauliflower pizza crust is easy, simple, and uses just three ingredients. You can make my homemade pizza crust for dinner tonight!
We all love pizza, right? The problem is that the crust is usually packed full of carbs and sugar. It’s hard to justify eating something–even when it’s so delicious–when it has so many nutritional drawbacks.
This 3 ingredient low carb cauliflower pizza crust recipe solves all of those problems! You can now have pizza that tastes great, but won’t completely blow your food goals.
Is this a gluten free pizza crust recipe?
Yes, this is a gluten free pizza crust recipe. This is a great option for those of you who need to or want to avoid gluten. Gluten free pizza crusts carry the same issues as traditional crusts–they’re packed full of sugar and carbs.
For a low carb option, this is a super simple recipe. I also really enjoy that it’s not just replacing one kind of unhealthy ingredient for another. We’re actually taking out the unhealthy ingredients and making this homemade pizza crust out of better ingredients altogether!
Is this an easy cauliflower pizza crust?
All it takes is three ingredients to whip up a low carb cauliflower pizza crust. Add your favorite toppings and pizza night stays healthy, on track with your goals, and of course…tasty! It doesn’t use bread flour, all purpose flour, coconut flour…okay…it doesn’t use any flour!
My mother in law taught me how to make this super easy and quick low carb pizza crust and now I’m going to share the delicious family recipe with you! When it comes to flour free pizza crust you will want this one in your recipe box.
Is this healthy pizza crust?
I consider this a healthy pizza crust. For me, it’s more about the ingredients being wholesome than having them be fat free or super low calories. I like knowing that I’m eating real food and serving real food to my family. Below I’ll list all the nutritional info for healthy lifestyle programs like 21 Day Fix, Weight Watchers, etc.
21 Day Fix
As is, it’s 2 servings (2 crusts) on the 21 Day Fix. One pizza crust is 1 green container, 1.5 blue containers, 1/4 red container. One half of one crust (which is a reasonable serving) is 1/2 green container, 3/4 blue container, negligible red. Don’t forget to add your toppings!
Weight Watchers Freestyle
This recipe makes 2 crusts, and one crust counts as 5 Blue Plan Points, 6 Green Plan Points, and 5 Purple Plan Points. Don’t forget to count your toppings.
Trim Healthy Mama
This is a great Trim Healthy Mama cauliflower pizza crust recipe. This is an FP recipe for THM. No substitutions necessary for this Trim Healthy Mama pizza!
Is this a keto pizza crust?
This is a great low carb pizza crust. If you are on a keto diet this would be the perfect homemade option. Keto pizza crust doesn’t have to be super processed or complicated to make. Try out this easy healthy pizza crust for your keto meal plan.
Check out the carb counts in the recipe card below so you can track this tasty homemade pizza dough accordingly!
Is this a family friendly low carb pizza crust?
It’s fun to let everyone make their own pizza. You can set up all your favorite toppings and let everyone have some fun creating their own masterpiece.
Problem solved, no more arguing about what to get on the pizza and the whole family ends up eating something wholesome that you can feel good about!
Ingredients needed for my pizza crust recipe:
You can find the amounts in the recipe card at the bottom of this post but here’s the ingredients you need to make this delicious homemade low carb pizza crust.
- Mozzarella Cheese
That’s right, you read the whole list in one blink…it’s that simple. There’s just three ingredients in this delicious pizza dough recipe. It’s not a traditional rising dough that will double in size. This is going to stay pretty much true to the size you form it out to be: plan accordingly :)
Tools for making cauliflower pizza crust:
A pizza pan will make baking a breeze and of course you’ll want a pizza cutter to slice them up just right! Another great way to make these tasty pizzas is with a baking stone, or a pizza oven like we use.
They get that perfectly cooked bottom with an easy to use ceramic baking stone. You can use a regular baking sheet as well.
How to make homemade pizza crust:
Place the cauliflower in food processor and mince. Add the mozzarella and egg, then stir it together with a spoon or fork. You can also mix in a stand mixer but I find the food processor is easier and everything gets blended really well.
Preheat the oven during this time as well. This pizza dough recipe will work best when put into a hot oven!
Press onto parchment paper in a circle or square (or any other desired pizza shape) on a pizza stone or baking sheet and cook for 7 minutes on 400 degrees, or in a pizza oven.
Flip the pizza crust and add your toppings like olive oil, mozzarella cheese, spinach, etc. to the bottom of the crust (it gets a little crispier that way), and bake another 7 minutes or until browned.
Look at those results! It’s a perfect pizza recipe that is a little healthier and more wholesome!
When halving this recipe, you can still use one egg–it comes out just fine. If you want the recipe to double in size you can do that as well! Perfect for letting the whole family make their own pizza!
Do you have any other low carb recipes?
If you’re looking for other great low carb recipes you should check out Cloud Bread. It’s delicious and super quick to whip up! For more tasty meals that will surprise you check out these Cauliflower Recipes.
Here are some other awesome low carb recipes to try:
- Low Carb BBQ Sauce | Healthy & Refined Sugar Free
- 21 Day Fix Dairy Free Low Carb Meal Plan Ideas
- 21 Day Fix Low Carb Meal Plan Recipes
- Delicious Low Carb Recipes
- BOLD Cucumber Sandwiches: Low Carb Recipe
Printable Low Carb Pizza Crust Recipe:
Low Carb Pizza Crust Recipe | Gluten Free Cauliflower Pizza Crust
- 2 C Cauliflower
- 1 C Mozzarella Cheese
- 1 Egg
- (makes 2 crusts)
- Place the cauliflower in food processor and mince. Add the mozzarella and egg, then stir it together with a spoon or fork.
- Press onto parchment paper in a circle or square (or any other desired pizza shape) and cook for 7 minutes on 400 degrees, or in a pizza oven.
- Flip the pizza crust and add your toppings to the bottom of the crust (it gets a little crispier that way), and bake another 7 minutes or until browned.
- Perfectly perfect pizza that's a little healthier.