Cauliflower pizza bases have skyrocketed in popularity over the past couple of years.
Using just eggs, cauliflower and parmesan they’re a great gluten-free and low-calorie option.
Make sure you get the consistency right otherwise you could be using a knife and fork to eat your pizza which is no fun at all!Get the full recipe.
If cauliflower isn’t your favourite try making a broccoli base.
Simply blitz all of the ingredients together in a food processor and you’re ready to go. This base also makes for great breakfast toast.Get the full recipe.
These guys make the cutest little pizzas and are a great low-carb base, you might need two or three to make up for one pizza.
4. Wrapsplain wrap as your pizza base. They are low in calories and carbohydrates but also go nice and crunchy in the oven. As the base is so thin your toppings will cook quickly so keep a close eye on the oven.
You can make your own nutty quinoa base in a couple of simple steps, just give yourself enough time to soak the quinoa for six hours to remove its bitterness. Blitz with baking powder, oil and water for a gluten-free and low-calorie base.
7. Pita Bread
Give your pizzas a Middle Eastern twist and use pita bread for the base. Again be mindful of the cooking time as the base is so thin.
8. English Muffins
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