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Cauliflower pizza

Last Updated: 14 December 2018








Cauliflower pizza

Cauliflower is high in fibre! Fibre keeps you fuller for longer, reducing the desire to snack in between meals. 


For the base

½ cauliflower head

2 tbsp nutritional yeast (makes it taste better but is not essential - you could use dried herbs, a little mustard or just salt, pepper and chilli flakes)

1 egg

chilli flakes

salt and pepper

dried herbs (optional)

For the topping

2 tbsp tomato puree

1 fresh tomato

2 garlic cloves

handful of fresh basil

½ grated zucchini

black olives

½ tin anchovies

30g strong cheddar/any cheese

sweetcorn or any other veg

chilli flakes

olive oil


1. To make the base, grate the cauliflower and cook in microwave for around 7 minutes until tender. Leave to cool and then stir in the nutritional yeast, salt and pepper, dried herbs if using and egg. Combine well.

2. Line a baking sheet with baking paper and press cauliflower into pizza base shape. Bake in pre-heated oven at 180°C / 356°F for around 15 minutes (until golden brown and crispy).

3. In the meantime,  blend the tomato, garlic, tomato puree and basil in food processor or blender. Spread on top of the pizza, with the zucchini and rest of the toppings. Bake again in oven for around 15 minutes.

4. Serve & enjoy!

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