I have had many a cauliflower pizza crust and made many too. They are either too soft, fall apart when topped with some heavy hitters, taste like cardboard, are too hard like a board or they have a bunch of junky ingredients in them and still claim it’s a ‘healthy’ cauliflower pizza. This recipe took a lot of evolving and tweaking and I can safely say that the huz and my friends who have tried it absolutely love it! This crust won’t fall apart when my pizza sauce hits it and i’ve made sure it’s got plenty of fibre to feed your friendly gut buddies – aka: your microbiota! Many crusts use egg, however this one doesn’t need to and is 100% plant based with low net carbs.
This is a plant-pizza that goes beyond dairy and meat, carving out its own path among the pizzas of the world! It’s vibrant, fresh, textural, flavourful, beautifully layered with ALL of these toppings, which all marry so well together. You will feel satiated without the pizza hangover, I promise! Our ‘Caulicrust Pizza Vegetariana’ nights have become something we look forward to and I hope you enjoy it as much as we do!
This may take quite a bit of time if you are making all of this at once, which I rarely have the time for. So, what I prefer to do to save on time is I make my caulicrusts ahead of time (I double this recipe to make 4 x pizza for one crusts) and I place two rolled out and uncooked caulicrusts in the fridge and the other two wrapped up in the freezer. That way, when we have another pizza night, they are ready to be thrown straight into the oven to cook for 30 minutes then topped and warmed up. The ‘sauces,’ such as the pizza sauce, pesto and the oil are actually quite quick to make and I can make all of these in 30 minutes. I make these too ahead of time because they keep for about 10-14 days, so you will get some mileage (and more pizzas) out of them.
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4 servings per container
- Amount Per ServingCalories300
- % Daily Value *
* The % Daily Value tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.