Cauliflower Crusted Pizza


So hear is another fun and tasty recipe that’s healthy! I had never eaten cauliflower prior to a year a go. It looked like broccoli that had not gotten its color in and I had no interest in eating it, much less mixing it with anything else!

Yet, when I found out that I could make a pizza crust out of cauliflower, I was intrigued more than anything to find out how it tasted once adding my favorite toppings! Of course after making it a few times and looking at other recipes, I was able to create one to call my own. No lye, there is work involved, however it’s worth it when it’s time to eat!😉

What’s Needed:

1 Head of Cauliflower 

1 Cup of Parmesan Shredded Cheese

1 Egg

Blender

Bowl (for mixing)

Parchment Paper

Serves 2-2.5 people (pictured above recipe was doubled to feed 4-4.5people).  

Begin by getting a head of cauliflower and chopping it into pieces small enough to add to your blender. Once cauliflower is well blended, you take a clean wash towel and put half in the towel at a time and roll it long ways. Once rolled, ring out as much water as possible from the cauliflower. 


As you can see from above, this is what happens when I mistankly add my egg before ringing out my cauliflower😂). Rung out nearly 3/4 of water (and egg). Re-ring if necessary to get as much water out as possible. 
In a bowl mix egg to with Parmesan cheese in a bowl. 
Mix egg and Parmesan mixture with cauliflower by hand or spoon. You can add a few shakes of bottled basil and oregano seasoning as I did. 
I pressed out the cauliflower into a shape I wanted and used my hands to pinch up the sides and lastly used a fork for the edge design. 
Bake for about 20 min. or until gold brown as desired on parchment paper. 
Check out that crust (please know that the crust is nothing like real pizza crust and may be a little floppy when done. 

Add whatever sauce and topping you like and bake for an additional 15-20 min. This was a barbecue chicken and spinach pizza!😊

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