Thursday, September 15, 2011

food (food) | cauliflower pizza crust

When I first created my Pinterest account one of the first things I pinned was a cauliflower pizza crust recipe.  Since I try to eat gluten free (I'll be honest sometimes I give into real beer and pizza), I was dying to try this recipe.  I really don't mind gluten free crust, but I try to minimize the amount of complex carbs that I eat during the week.  I used to make paleo pizza crust, but since I've recently developed a reaction to nuts so that no longer is an option.

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Once I had the crust made, I accessorized it with some of my favorite pizza toppings.  If you're looking for a lighter alternative to pizza crust, I definitely recommend trying this recipe.  Just don't expect it to taste like your favorite deep dish crust, cause it won't.  But what I can guarantee is that it's a great substitute and a lot tastier than some of the rice flower based gluten free pizzas I've had before.

12 comments:

Teresa said...

i've always wanted to make home-made pizza.. once i placed bread on an oven container, put some tomato sauce and cheese and 15 minutes at oven.. is the closest to home-made pizza! hahaha thanks for sharing this recipe and commenting @ my blog<3

kisses,
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Style Journey said...

Wow! That looks really tasty! I love cauliflower. Does it taste like cauliflower too?

Heather

amy b.s. said...

this is so cool! i definitely need to try this!

adele said...

Hey Tabitha! Thanks for stopping by my blog...actually I've just given it a facelift, would love for you to see the new look!!
Wow! I've never heard of cauliflower crust, will have to try this out xoxo
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Courtney Erin said...

Wow, this looks soooo good!

xoxo ~ Courtney
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Anne said...

this looks AWESOME!!!! My kids and I will def be trying this recipe this weekend. Thanks for sharing :)

Bravoe Runway said...

That pizza looks super delicious! I like the toppings that you put on it... It's hard to make pizza for 1, will try this when I have friends in town!

Anna Jane said...

that's a great idea! question, though: is it cauliflower-y? i realize that may be a dumb question :)

Lisa - respect the shoes said...

Cauliflower is seriously one of my fave veg, so this recipe is totally intriguing. Thanks for sharing!

Savvy Gal said...

look soooo good and healthy.

Lizzie said...

Thanks for the comment on my Vegan French Toast post :)

This looks amazingly delish! Must try!

xo
Lizzie
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Anonymous said...

There is a really great recipe I love for zucchini crusted pizza... I don't know if it's gluten-free or not, but if you're interested, it's a Moosewood recipe.