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|Calories270Calories from Fat150|
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|Calories from Fat150|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Diane Bourassa 3 months ago
Use of parchment paper to bake not in first directions.
Leslie Mitchell 5 months ago
Needs a bit more flavor
Trisha Duff 5 months ago
I add 1/4 cup of flour, some salt, garlic powder and onion powder. The kids really like them so that’s always a win gonna double the recipe next time
Viki 5 months ago
Came out really nice . Everybody loved it
Christina Scali 6 months ago
My husband loved them
Jennine Cabrera 7 months ago
Seemed like a great concept, but did not turn out good at all. I agree that they need more seasoning, for starters. I like cauliflower but it was all I could taste. Also, I can't have eggs, so had to substitute and they didn't hold together at all. Just an FYI to anyone else on an egg restricted diet.
Satsatnam K. 7 months ago
Nice recipe. Today I’m subbing 2 eggs and no cheese. Hopefully it will work.
Istre 9 months ago
Pretty good side dish, I added a little bit of breadcrumbs to hold it together. My whole family liked it.
Ashley B. a year ago
turned out good but you really really have to remove almost all the water possible out of the cauliflower after the processing.
Rahim a year ago
the crust was severely lacking, not good at all!
Diana Wilson 2 years ago
They needed more flavor. I would say a little salt and a lot of garlic. I really don’t think they should be called breadsticks. Not sure what they should be called but breadsticks would not be on my list of names. I think next time I’ll try adding some self-rising flour, salt and mashed garlic. I’ll send another update when I try them again.
Mrs. VC 3 years ago
I've tried it before. Get a cheese cloth and strain the excess water - flour works as well I use coconut flour
Susan R. 3 years ago
I make the Cauliflower pizza all the time but it took a couple of goes to get it right. To Carol W. Try adding a small amount of flour (any flour you are able to use if not wheat - try chickpea, coconut or quinoa & bake it on baking paper. When cooked flip onto another piece of baking paper and brown it that way. I do this with pizza base - then freeze it for use later.
Carol W. 3 years ago
I have tried this recipe several times. It has a wonderful taste but can't get it crispy on the bottom. If anyone has suggestions please let me know.