Cauliflower Crust Pizza by Fit Radiance

Tuesday, November 05, 2013

Happy Tuesday!  We are SO excited to have the lovely Louise from Fit Radiance as our guest blogger today sharing her delicious, simple & low carb Cauliflower Crust Pizza.  While it's cooking up, take the opportunity to get a bonus workout in with her Belly Pooch workout!  Pizza & toned Abs?! ... that's why we love her blog :)


Hi guys!  I'm Louise, a twenty-six year health and fitness blogger from Scotland.  When Kristen and Jamie asked if I wanted to do a guest post, I jumped at the chance, because like them, I don't go to the gym!  I've actually never even stepped foot in one.  I believe you can do everything at home and can get just as great results without splashing the cash!  I also believe that eating healthy doesn't have to be boring and by swapping just a few ingredients, you can indulge in your fave foods without the guilt ;)  Which is why I wanted to share with you one of my fave recipes...cauliflower crust pizza! (seriously amazing!)  Along with a killer at home belly pooch workout to get those abs in shape, all in the comfort of your own home. :)

Cauliflower Crust Pizza Recipe

Everyone loves pizza right?! However, with its high calorie and fat content, it doesn't exactly make the healthiest of meal choices.  Until now that is!  This pizza doesn't have to be enjoyed on a rare occasion because this version is packed with only healthy ingredients and contains no hidden nasties.  This is a super simple recipe that anyone can do in no time at all. Check out what you’ll need and how to make it below.

- 1 Medium head of cauliflower
- 1 Egg
- 2 tbsp 0% fat Greek yogurt
- 1/4 cup grated mozzarella cheese
- Sprinkle of black pepper
- Pinch of salt
- Any seasoning of your choice
- Preheat your oven to 200°C and cover a baking tray with baking paper or tinfoil.
- In a food processor, blitz the cauliflower until it resembles bread crumbs. Place the crumbs into a microwavable bowl and heat until the cauliflower becomes soft (about 6 minutes)
- Leave to cool, then pour the crumbs onto a dish towel and squeeze out all of the water from the cauliflower (You’ll be surprised how much comes out!)
- Put your crumbs into a mixing bowl and add all of your other ingredients and mix well.
- Once the mixture forms a dough like consistency, roll into a ball and place onto your baking tray.
- Pat down and shape into a circle (don’t use a rolling pin! Your hands are best for this)
- Pop into the oven for around 20 minutes until your crust starts to turn golden brown. Add your toppings and cook for a further 10 minutes.

Easy right? For the toppings in the pic above, I used tomato paste, pesto, mozzarella cheese, tomatoes and basil, but feel free to load it up with whatever your heart desires!

Belly Pooch Workout

Girls, I’m sure you can all relate here when I say that the dreaded belly pooch is the hardest body part to tone up and also the last to budge!  This is the area I have to work the hardest on because basically anything that passes my lips goes straight there.  Luckily though, by sticking to healthy meals and working out regularly, the pooch is slowly but surely shrinking ;)  Abs don’t need a huge amount of time spent on them to really feel the burn, so this quick at home workout is perfect to squeeze into even the busiest of days.  Now that’s my kind of workout!  Enjoy.


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  1. I've been wanting to try to make this type of pizza for awhile now. Great post!

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  3. Hi. How many calories is this crust & how many servings?

  4. Warning!!! We just tried making this for dinner, but if you cover the pan in tin foil it will not work! It sticks to the foil so bad it is unusable. Now we are scrambling to find something inevitably less healthy but quick for dinner :-( all that time wasted, sad! It looks and smells amazing tho

  5. I love pizza crust and can't stand to see people not eat it.
    Thanks girl.!


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