Tried this twice and it is so good! My husband loves it. It's a little time consuming, but if you plan ahead, it's worth it. I boil/steam the cauliflower as usual till tender (no need to cut into really small pieces), drain, mash, and squeeze cauliflower in cheese cloth to remove excess liquid. Add the other crust ingredients (I used some dry Italian seasonings instead of the parsley), and then bake the crusts first. The 450 degrees is not too high -- works out well cooking it for the 15 minutes. Then I add my toppings and a little cheese, baking again until the cheese melts. (I sautee/warm up my toppings a little before I put them on the basked crust. Really - to us -- it doesn't taste like normal pizza crust, but it is, nevertheless, tasty and grain free. One cauliflower head made 4 pizzas for us. Enjoy!
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Tried this twice and it is so good! My husband loves it. It's a little time consuming, but...