The Healthiest Low Carb Pizza Base Ever
(gluten, dairy, sugar, egg, and nut free)

I absolutely love pizza! But I guess who doesn’t? I worked at Dominos Pizza for 5 years and I literally lived off it. Still to this day the smell and taste is one of the greatest things on earth…but unfortunately you can’t get a super flat tummy by eating pizza every day right?

But you can enjoy in this  healthy low carb pizza base anytime you want, especially when you add heaps of veggies on top of the pizza or better yet serve with raw crunchy salad instead.

This recipe is very kid friendly, and “fussy” people friendly too!

Ok so this unbelievable low carb pizza base recipe contains only:

  • 9g carbs
  • 8.25g fibre
  • 6g fats (1g saturated)
  • 0g sugar
  • 30g protein
  • 260 calories*

* calories based on using the pea protein and chia seeds variations


Ok so here are the ingredients you need for this super epic low carb “easy to make” pizza base…


yields 2 servings


  • ¼ cup unflavoured Pea protein powder (can be substituted with any other unflavoured protein powders or for soy-flour, oat flour, or quinoa flour- depending completely on your food preference)
  • 3/4 head of Cauliflower (400g)
  • 1 tbsp. Coconut flour (17g)
  • 2 tbsp. (28g) chia eggs* or flax eggs or just 2 egg white or 1 egg, it depends on what you prefer
  • ½ tsp. Garlic powder
  • ½ tsp. Dried basil
  • ½ tsp. Dried oregano
  • Sea salt
  • Cracked pepper
  • ½ tsp. Baking powder


*1 tbsp. Chiaseed to 2 tbsp. water (same for flaxseeds) allow it to sit and gel together…this should take only 10minutes




  • Pre heat oven to 350 Fahrenheit or 180 Celsius
  • Make your chia egg and allow to sit for 10mins (omit if you’re using egg whites or an whole egg)
  • Grate your cauliflower in a food processor
  • Drain and squeeze out all the liquid from the cauliflower
  • Add all the dry ingredients to a medium mixing bowl and combine well
  • Add the cauliflower, and egg replacement to the dry mixture and combine
  • Make 2 dough balls and squish them down to make your pizza base shape
  • Bake for 20 minutes
  • While the pizza is cooking prep your toppings (capsicum, feta, red onion etc.)
  • Remove pizza base from the oven once it looks and feels cooked, spread generously your pizza sauce and then place your toppings on top and bake for an additional 10-15minutes
  • When it’s done, serve with a nice side salad and enjoy! 

Next time you feel like baking, try one of the flours listed below. After doing some research these are the best in regards to health benefits, weight loss and health.

Great4You Low Carb Cauliflower Pizza Base


GF= Gluten Free, GRF= Grain Free

  • Coconut flour GF,GRF
  • Almond flour GF,GRF
  • Quinoa Flour GF, GRF
  • Amaranth flour GF, GRF
  • Buckwheat flour GF, GRF
  • Plantain flour GF, GRF
  • Gram Flour GF, GRF
  • Sunflower seed Flour GF, GRF
  • Chia seed flour GF, GRF
  • Flaxseed flour GF, GRF
  • Teff Flour GF
  • Brown Rice Flour GF
  • Oat flour GF
  • Millet flour GF
  • Whole wheat flour 
  • Rye Flour


Lots of love,



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Elizabeth Marks

Having been overweight and unhealthy her whole childhood, Elizabeth turned things around 6 years ago and hasn't looked back. Her passion for health and weight loss is only second to her immense knowledge and creativity for delicious low calorie cooking. A Marathon runner, Entrepreneur, Soccer Lover and fan of all things Diamond.