These Cauliflower Pizza Bites will satisfy your pizza cravings! Everyone from kids to college students love them, and they are low carb!
Oh friends, you’re in for a treat today. Ever since I made my Quinoa Pizza Bites, I’ve been thinking of another way to make delicious and easy pizza bites. These Cauliflower Pizza Bites fit the bill PERFECTLY. I love that they are packed with hidden veggies (take it from the Mr. – you would never know!!), are low carb and super kid to adult friendly. Also – such an easy on the go snack/meal.
You’ve got to try these.
I’m always trying to find ways to sneak in more veggies into these recipes for you guys. So much so that I did a whole post on it. These cauliflower pizza bites are actually low carb, with 2g of carbs per bite, and a whole lot of cauliflower in there. The thing is – you wouldn’t know. They taste like mini pizza bites, complete with the marinara sauce or homemade tomato sauce, all while being really healthy. I made these without a food processor on purpose because who wants to wash all those parts all the time?! Also, if you don’t have a food processor, I wanted to show you how to make these anyhow and cauliflower rice in general.
Just like you would cauliflower rice, you grate the cauliflower until it’s completely shredded. Use the finest setting on your mandolin/grater for this. To ensure this recipe is crisp on the outside and fluffy on the inside, I cook the cauliflower, then squeeze allllll that liquid of it. Let me tell you – it is a LOT of liquid. I’m pretty sure the Mr. and I squeezed almost a cup out of ours! It’s so important to squeeze it all out to ensure that the cauliflower bites are divine, and not at all soggy. Done properly – they are just wonderful.
You can add any toppings you’d like to these. I like to just add cheese, but if I ever get my hands on mini vegan “pepperoni” slices I would jazz these up, or even tiny sun-dried tomatoes on top. They’re also super freezer friendly so MEAL prep time friends! Enjoy!
This can last for about one week in the fridge in an air-tight tupperware container. You can freeze these items and pop them in the oven to heat them up.
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