As with everything, I make my own substitutions and changes. I suggest you do the same. But here it is. Even DH likes it. Full serving of veggies and protein. Its only plate size and that's it. And it does take a bit of time but I have heard its good to freeze and cooks like a store bought pizza.. If you are not on a diet then add whatever toppings you want. Since it has to be flipped, I do not suggest making it any bigger than dinner plate. The flip is hard enough already.
If you are not on a diet and need to eat more than just this to feel full, I suggest making it and maybe adjusting the cheese amounts or egg. Or maybe make a few smaller ones for left overs or freezer.
I got this recipe from another MFer and her wonderful blog. She has some real food too, its worth a look at. Just click the other tabs at the top. She supposedly gets about 5 pizzas from one head of cauliflower. I get about two from a small bag of frozen, it all depends. I am strict on the measuring for this recipe, though. And while its an extra step, for me the frozen to cooked is easier than grating raw. HOWEVER, food processors are key to ease and less cleanup. I am still holding out on it until I am sure I can use it for more than one recipe or need.
Sandy does have two different crust recipes. I am pretty sure the one copied below is the one use.
My substitutions include regular or homemade tomato sauce, frozen then cooked cauliflower which is chopped or grated, and mozz cheese in the crust. If I were you, I would use the Mex blend, it might have less moisture, and therefore be crispier.
Cauliflower Pizza Crust
1/2 cup or 2 oz 2% Reduced Fat Three Cheese Mexican Blend (4/8 Lean)
1/8 tsp garlic powder - optional (1/2 Condiment)
1/4 tsp basil - optional (1/4 Condiment)
Measure out 1/2 cup diced tomatoes and puree in blended or chopper. I just pulsed for a few seconds in my little chopper. Set aside.
Add tomato sauce and cheese on top. Broil until cheese is melted about 5 to 10 minutes.
If you are making several cauliflower pizza crusts like I usually do, you can wrap the pizza individually in foil tightly with the cheese and sauce already on top. Stick them in gallon size Ziploc bags. I usually can fit 2 or 3 pizza crusts in a Ziploc bag. When ready to eat, take it out of the freezer as you would a normal store bought frozen pizza. Bake for about 15 minutes at 425 degrees or until cheese has completely melted. I can usually get 4 to 5 pizzas from one head of cauliflower! Enjoy!