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Home / Pizza Recipes / Cauliflower Crust Pizza Recipe – That Does NOT Fall Apart!

Cauliflower Crust Pizza Recipe – That Does NOT Fall Apart!


If you love pizza then you are going to adore this gluten-free, veggie-based, Cauliflower Crust Pizza! I had experimented with many versions in the past and am excited to share his one with you guys because not only does it taste great but it also holds together really well and won’t fall apart on you when you eat it!!


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  1. I made pizza like this and the worst part was that it got stuck on the parchment paper ๐Ÿ™ do you think it's because the cauliflower was not drained enough?

  2. lol I just put the shredded cauliflower in a microwave and it was fine.

  3. Hi. Pls what other cheese can I use in place of goat cheese?

  4. Is goat cheese optional? I'm not sure where to get it also I'm on a low budget so I'm wondering if it's spendy..

  5. You might want to use a "Cheese clothe" to squeeze out the moisture.

  6. Why not microwave the cauliflower? It would be much drier and retain the nutrients.

  7. FINALLY!!! Someone making this AND showing how it holds up after it's baked! I've seen other vids where they make it but never use it in camera. I will definitely try this version.

  8. I made this Tonight and it worked, thanks

  9. mmm must try looks good.

  10. Just subscribed to your show. Will definitely try this. Love cauliflower. Question? Why food process the cauliflower and then cook it? Why not steam the cauliflower and then use a ricer? Less steps? I'll have to go xperiment with this.

  11. I am a vegetarian Dani… do I replace egg? ๐Ÿ™

  12. What I use ? instead of egg

  13. What can I add as an alternative to eggs ?

  14. I'm not a fan of goat cheese. Do you have any suggestions for any other cheese I could use? Thanks.

  15. I really love your all recipes

  16. what could be a subtitute for the goat cheese?

  17. ok, honestly what is a margarita pizza???? 4:50

  18. truth to be told it sucks compared to real pizza if you are experienced in being able to taste food but it is a healthy alternative for real pizza

  19. Great tip here for those who own a juicer. I just steamed the cauliflower for 15 minutes then after it cooled put it through my juicer and all the water gone. About 1 and a 1/4 cup of water. No need for straining through a towel.

  20. How did you get it to not stick to that mat?

  21. Hi I have a question instead of goat cheese could I use cream cheese?

  22. What if your area doesn't sell goat cheese? What can you use instead?

  23. Great gluten free pizza, thank you ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

  24. i really do enjoy your presentations … just one question!
    Why do Americans call Italian condiments & toppings such as sugo (italian sauce) 'Marinara' or Gravy' …. Marinara is an olive oil and garlic dish containing seafood, there's not a dash of tomato in a Marinara sauce … Pescatora is the tomato based version of a marinara and it also contains seafood!
    A tomato based Sugo, such as the one put on the cauliflower pizza, if it does not contain garlic or basil is simply 'Passata' …. The basic tomato, garlic and basil (cooked) sugo is called 'Napoli'!
    In any case, love your recipes ๐Ÿ’›

  25. Love your recipe! Glad you didn't use a microwave to "cook" the cauliflower.
    I'm definitely making this tomorrow

  26. You have done everything possible to make it less nutritious. Thats just outrageous. I am unsubscibing


  28. Is there any substitute for goat cheese that I could find a more common grocery store? I live in an area with no Trader Joe's or whole foods or Publix or any of those awesome grocery stores. Thanks!

  29. If you want a thicker crust, can you just add a little extra cauliflower in the beginning?

  30. If you want it dry, then why boil it in water??? It defeats the purpose! Skip that step and just start making the "dough".

  31. Spoiler alert-

    It does not fall apart, have a great day

  32. What a great recipe! Question: what brand/make is your stove? It's beautiful!

  33. Can we please have measurements in metric? Cups and half cups mean nothing to me I'm afraid

  34. Thank you. I just printed out this receipe.

  35. I just had to try this one because you make it look so delicious, I have to say though, I had never actually tried goat cheese until I made this pizza and I just didn't like that cheese at all, I thought maybe after it was cooked I wouldn't notice the taste but unfortunately I still could, I thinking of I'm just gonna tweak this recipe and make it with fresh mozzarella cheese instead of the goat cheese and see how that goes, thank you so much, you're such a friendly person, I so enjoy watching your videos

  36. Any suggestions for replacing goat cheese? It's my least favorite type of cheese. I kinda hate its strong flavor :/

  37. You can skip the water boiling and squeezing the water out. Just pan cook it let it dehydrate in the high heat pan.

  38. press water out with a ricer

  39. Hi dani what would be an alternative for goat cheese?

  40. Trader joes has a delicious one in the frozen section

  41. This is a lotta work this way. I didnโ€™t cook it.I used Parmesan like Cindy said and turned out delicious and doesnโ€™t fall apart.

  42. Wow…just made it and you are spot on.
    Gonna make extra and freeze it
    I bet it would make a great substitute for bread

  43. Can you substitute the goat cheese for anything ?

  44. Hey Danny!

    I just found your videos two days ago, and I love you!!!