Actually crispy!


*Makes 6 servings/slices*
1.25 cups (or about 10 oz) "riced" cauliflower --> 30-70 cal
2.5 servings fat free cheddar cheese (70g) --> 110 cal
2.5 servings fat free cheddar cheese (70g) --> 170 cal
1 egg --> 80 cal
Salt, Italian Seasoning, pepper (to taste)

Total: 430 cal = just over 70 cal/slice


1) Steam cauliflower until soft (7 minutes?)

2) "Rice" the cauliflower in a food processor or use a grater

3) Dump in remaining ingredients and spices and blend until the cheese melts with the hot veg and becomes kind of gooey (see pic)

Line a cookie sheet with foil (or parchament paper) and Pam the foil.

Spread out the dough to desired thickness (1/4 inch?)

 Bake at 400 degrees for about 20 minutes.
**Broil for 5 minutes, flip and broil for another 3 minutes for crispness**
Notes: 1) It takes a bit of creativity to flip this thing. I put it onto a big plate then held the cookie sheet under it with an oven mitt.

2) Crispness is important when topping it, but I only broiled on one side when I made it.

I topped my pizza with a few dallops of tomato sauce and a few pieces of chopped turkey bacon and then sat the eggplant rounds on top. back into the broiler for 3 minutes.

Any toppings that you love on your pizza would do here. Hint: You don't need extra cheese, it's already in there. Instead, focus of some sauteed veggies on top of a tomato or other sauce. Consider sauteed mushrooms/onions, sausages etc. You can put a bit of cheese on as a "glue"


Best if paired with a nice green veggie side =)


Variation on a theme: This pizza was made about a month after the one above. Topped with frozen creamed spinach and chopped/heated turkey bacon. A little Parmesan cheese made this one stand out!

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