Domino’s Spinach and Feta on Caulipower Cauliflower Pizza Crust

Follow our easy copycat recipe to make your own homemade version of Domino’s spinach and feta pizza on Caulipower’s cauliflower crust. With only 7 ingredients and 1 plain Caulipower crust, you will discover your new favorite pizza that meets your specific nutritional needs.

Domino's Spinach & Feta Pizza on Caulipower's Cauliflower Crust

Domino’s spinach and feta pizza toppings and caulipower’s plain cauliflower crust complement each other very well. The spinach and feta pizza flavors are brought out even more when eaten on the caulipower’s crispy crust. 

This combination is not only tasty, but it’s also a great way to enjoy a homemade version of Domino’s pizza on a gluten-free and healthier crust that meets your dietary needs.

Check out our easy copycat recipe below, but pay extra attention to the baking instruction we listed.  Since Caulipower’s crust is only 12” and it fully bakes within 10-11 minutes, it’s important to get the quantities of ingredients and baking lengths right for the most delicious outcome.

Domino's Spinach & Feta Pizza on Caulipower's Cauliflower Crust

Domino’s Spinach and Feta on Caulipower’s Plain Crust

The delicious combination of spinach and feta cheese on a cauliflower crust will make you want to pop right into this pizza. Caulipower's gluten-free base is a great match for this pizza; it will help you save both calories AND carbs without sacrificing taste!
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Cool down after baking 1 minute
Total Time 21 minutes


  • 1/2 Cup RAO’s Roasted Garlic Alfredo Sauce
  • 1 Cup Baby Spinach Chop it before layering
  • 1/2 Medium Red Onion Diced
  • 3/4 Cup Mozzarella Cheese Shredded
  • 1/3 Cup Feta Cheese Shredded
  • 1/4 Cup Parmesan Cheese Shredded
  • 1/4 Cup Asiago Cheese Shredded
  • 1 Caulipower's Cauliflower Pizza Crust


  • Preheat the oven to 425°F
  • Spread the Alfredo sauce over Caulipower’s crust
  • Layer the spinach over the sauce
  •  Spread the diced onions on top of the spinach
  • Cover the spinach & diced onions with mozzarella
  • Sprinkle the rest of the cheese over the layered mozzarella
  • Place the topped crust on a baking rack (Read the baking tips below to learn why)
  • Place the baking rack holding the topped crust on the middle rack
  • Start checking the pizza around 10 minutes to look for cheese browning
  • Take it out of the oven around the 11thminute (Read the baking tips below to learn why)
  • Let the pizza cool down for a minute or two and then enjoy


A couple of things about the ingredients and the preparation:
1- Domino’s spinach and feta pizza has garlic (minced) as one of its ingredients.  Because the crust fully bakes in only 10-11 minutes and fresh garlic may require longer baking time, we opt out of using fresh garlic, and instead, used RAO’s Roasted Garlic Alfredo Sauce to not miss garlic’s flavor. 
2- It’s best if you place your cauliflower crust pizzas on a baking racks while baking.  Placing any cauliflower crust on oven racks that have gap openings in between may not be supportive of the crust until fully baked. 
3- With a dry prebaked texture, caulipower’s cauliflower crust becomes crispy really fast. When baking, start checking the crust around its 10th-minute mark because it can burn quickly! 

Caulipower’s Cauliflower Crust: Baking Tips

We always try to weigh up the baking instructions listed on boxes with our baking experience and tell you what we found to be practical.

With Caulipower, the instructions were mostly on point. However, we found that the recommended baking time was a bit long.

Here is what Caulipower has listed on baking length:

Cook topped crust directly on the middle rack (no pan needed!) until cheese is golden brown and crust is crispy, typically 12-15 minutes

Based on our experience with Caulipower’s crust, it’s best if you start checking the crust around the 10-minute mark. You may need to bake it a bit longer depending on your oven; however, because the crust’s texture is already dry and crispy, 15 minutes of baking may be too long. You may end up with a burned crust.

Other than the baking length, Caulipower has gotten everything else right with its crust.

So, test out the recipe and enjoy your gluten-free journey!