Paleo Pizzettes

These are small pizzas perfect for a group of people or a picky family.  You have more opportunity with smaller pizzas to give variety to the toppings…everyone is happy!

4 cups riced cauliflower (see below)
2 eggs
1.5 teaspoons sea salt
1/4 cup almond meal
2 tablespoons fresh oregano, chopped

Go wild!  This is where your preferences come into play.  Start with your favorite marinara sauce as a base for each pizza.
I made three different pizzettes:  mushroom & basil/tomato & spinach/sausage & oregano.  If I had bacon on hand, I would have done a bacon & onion combo.
I also drizzled a little olive oil on each pizzette right before serving.

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

In a food processor, blend the cauliflower until it is somewhere between being “riced” and a “paste”. Transfer to a strainer. Take several paper towels and smoosh out the liquid from the cauliflower.

Mix the cauliflower along with the remaining crust ingredients. On a parchment-lined baking sheet, form 9 crusts (approximately 1.5 heaping tablespoons per crust). Bake for 20 minutes.

Drizzle with a little olive oil, if desired.


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  1. Are you able to pick these up? Moreover, how crispy can you get the crust? In my experience, I have only been able to achieve crispiness by adding a little cheese as a binding agent. I'd love to try these!

    • cavegirlcuisine says:

      Yes, cheese is always wonderful (but Paleo doesn't allow it). If you want a cheat meal and add a little cheese, then go for it ~ it is a great addition. You can pick these up if you crisp it and the toppings are lighter. For example, the tomatoes and basil were easy to pick up, but the sausage-topped were more of a fork-and-knife meal. If you come up with a secret way of cooking these, let me know ~ I love learning new tricks!

  2. This is a great idea for a pizza crust. Can't wait to try it!

  3. GiGiEatsCelebrities says:

    These are totally genius! :)

  4. girlmeetspaleo says:

    I've seen this using cheese, and always wanted to know how to omit that. Perfect!! Can't wait to try :)

  5. Is the cauliflower cooked first, or do you put it in the fp raw?

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  7. I am so happy to have found this blog. I love this recipes and have made the crusts before. My website is going cavewoman!! My sister. Mine is pretty small and my photography needs work. All signed up with you and I am looking forward to your next post.

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