Low Carb Cauliflower Pizza Bites are hands-down the best pizza bites! Loaded with fresh vegetables, spices, and seasonings. Your taste buds will be in heaven and will not even notice a difference from traditional pizza. Paleo and Whole 30 compliant!
LOW CARB CAULIFLOWER PIZZA BITES
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The big games are rapidly upon on us now! Who’s excited? Are any of your favorite teams doing well? I didn’t realize that, but that’s a lot of questions I just asked you, it’s okay, you don’t have to answer them all! But I am super excited for the upcoming games and more excited about these Low Carb Cauliflower Pizza Bites. They are something else, and I mean that in the most positive, addicting way.
With the start of the new year, I have been trying to eat a little healthier, so I thought I would make these pizza bites lower in carbs without sacrificing any flavor. These Low Carb Cauliflower Pizza Bites are even easier than making homemade pizza. They do require a few steps, but nothing that is too time-consuming or hard. Easy is my best friend! So if you haven’t noticed by the title, these pizza bites are made from cauliflower. The crust is so good, full of flavor and you can even pick it up without it falling apart. Even my hubby loved it, so I’m sure yours will, too.
A tip to remember when making any cauliflower crust, once you rice your cauliflower, you will need to remove any excess liquid. I like to use a hand towel and squeeze the water out right over the sink. Then you’re free to add in your mix-ins: egg, cheeses, seasonings, and spices. For the toppings, I kept it simple and used salami and sliced it into quarters and added the most amazing olives. Add a little parsley or basil to the top and you’re ready to go, my friend.
Let’s chat about these amazing olives, shall we? I decided to use Lindsay natural black olives because they are the real deal: no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives, no bad stuff. I also love they are family owned and operated for four generations, in the San Francisco Bay Area.