Costco Milton’s Cauliflower Crust Pizza Review

Pizza is something almost everyone loves, so it’s not a big surprise to see a bunch of versions of it that allow people with dietary restrictions to keep enjoying it. Today I’m reviewing another one of these alternative frozen pizzas – the Milton’s Craft Bakers Thin & Crispy Cauliflower Crust Roasted Vegetable Pizza from Costco. I used to be pretty skeptical of frozen pizzas in general and especially ones that deviate from the classic recipe. I have to admit I’ve been pleasantly surprised by a few though. Is this another good one, or are there better options at Costco?

Top down image of the Costco Milton's Cauliflower Crust Pizza box sitting on a table unopened.
Costco Milton’s Cauliflower Crust Pizza.

Other gluten-free pizza options from Costco are Sabatasso’s Gluten-Free Four Cheese Pizza, Kirkland Signature Deluxe Cauliflower Crust Pizza, Molinaro’s Gluten-Free Cauliflower Crust Pizza, Pizza Oggi and the Molinaro’s Cauliflower Pizza Crust Kit.

Top down image of an entire baked cauliflower pizza sitting on a cutting board.
Fresh out of the oven!

Location in Store

I bought this pizza at the Costco in Kalispell, Montana and the item number is 1194639.

Image of the back of the cauliflower crust pizza box showing ingredients, calories and cooking instructions.
Made in California.


I don’t eat gluten-free all the time but sometimes I follow a gluten-free diet to lower inflammation and I’ve tried a ton of gluten-free products. This pizza is one of my favorite gluten-free pizzas I’ve tried. It’s so good!

Top down image of two slices of the cauliflower crust pizza served on a white plate.
Ready to eat!

The pizza is really cheesy between the cheese topping and the cheese in the cauliflower crust. I like the tomato sauce, it has a nice herby flavor and isn’t too sweet. The roasted vegetables on top are nice, they’re not too soggy and soft but aren’t raw either.

Closeup image of a hand holding one slice of cauliflower crust pizza close to the camera.
Loaded with veggies and cheese!

My favorite part about this pizza is the crust! It’s nice and crispy, not too thick, full of flavor and just overall delightful. If you weren’t already aware, I don’t think you’d be able to tell the pizza is gluten-free.

Closeup sideview image of a hand holding one slice of pizza close to the camera so you can see how thick the crust is.
The crust isn’t too thick or thin!

You could add your own meat to this pizza, I think chicken would pair well but I don’t think it’s necessary. I usually always like meat on my pizza but enjoy this roasted vegetable one on it’s own!

Top down image of the cauliflower crust pizza frozen on a cutting board before baking it.
Before baking the pizza.


The two-pound box comes with two pizzas and costs $13.89 USD which is reasonable in my opinion! It’s an excellent gluten-free pizza.

Image of two frozen pizzas wrapped in plastic sitting on a table.
There are two pizzas in the box.


The pizza comes frozen and needs to be kept frozen. The best-before date is about 11 months from when I purchased it. I baked the pizza in my oven and was pleased by how crispy the crust got!

Image of the cooking instructions for the pizza from the back of the box.
Cooking instructions.

You could add additional ingredients to the pizza if you like like chicken, extra cheese, additional veggies, pineapple or olives!

Image of a pizza inside an oven baking on the middle rack, on the rack below is a cookie sheet.
I put a tray underneath to catch any drippings.



One quarter of the pizza contains 230 calories, eight grams of fat, 570 milligrams of sodium, 27 grams of carbohydrates, two grams of fiber, five grams of sugar and 12 grams of protein.

It’s not low in calories, fat or sodium but generally, pizza isn’t! This is lower in carbohydrates than a regular wheat flour pizza crust.

Image of the nutrition facts for the pizza.
Nutrition facts.


The ingredients list actually isn’t too bad in my opinion! There are a few ingredients I don’t love, but not many. Although the pizza is gluten-free it contains milk and egg so it’s not vegan.

Image of the ingredients list for the pizza.


Taste: 8.5/10

Cost: 7/10

Convenience: 9/10

Nutrition: 3/10


Must buy!

I love this pizza! I would definitely repurchase it and recommend it for anyone following a gluten-free diet.

Have you tried the Costco Milton’s Cauliflower Crust Pizza? What did you think of them? Drop a comment below!

Please note that this review was not paid for or sponsored by any third party. This product was purchased by Costcuisine for the purpose of producing this review. The opinions in this review are strictly those of Costcuisine. Costcuisine is not affiliated with Costco or any of its suppliers. In the event that Costcuisine receives compensation for a post from the manufacturer of a product or some other third party, the arrangement will be clearly disclosed (including where the manufacturer of a product provides Costcuisine with a free sample of the product).

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3 thoughts on “Costco Milton’s Cauliflower Crust Pizza Review”

  1. Why would Costco sell products in Kalispell (wherever that is) that they don’t sell elsewhere? Answer: Because these get reviewed at Costcuisine and Natalie is gentle and courteous when reviewing.
    Maybe if you start reviewing stuff you’ll see more items at your local Costco, Donald. Just a thought.

  2. Sorry I am going to have to unfollow. I’m not interested in products we can’t get here and for 8 months it’s been heavy on “I bought this in Kalispel Montana”

    • Pretty arrogance and dismissive their Donald! You’re going to dismiss us, and Unfollow simply because of one item is not available in your Costco! Natalie‘s reviews on everything are excellent! Don’t be such a snob Donald!


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