Eggplant Sweet Potato Ricotta Nut Cheese Caulicrust Pizza with Balsamic Reduction

Eggplant Sweet Potato Ricotta Nut Cheese Caulicrust Pizza with Balsamic Reduction

I love love love everything about this pizza. The flavors are an absolute match made in heaven and so to are the textures. This is low-net carb super healthy pizza night, Netflix and chill, or game day at it’s finest. You don’t need to tell your family that, just tell them you’re making pizza because they won’t know it’s incredibly good for them!

You will need to make my Caulicrust PizzaMarinara Sauce and my Ricotta Nut Cheese ahead of time for this recipe. I find it easiest to make these on separate days and store them in the fridge ready for our pizza night. Please don’t feel intimidated to make our nut cheese. As you will discover with my simple recipe you will be empowered to create your very own homemade nut cheeses at home. Your nut cheese will be dairy-free and devoid of the junk that’s usually in the dairy-free store-bought cheeses. If you do well with dairy, feel free to add preferably grass-fed full fat cheese.

Eggplant Sweet Potato Ricotta Nut Cheese Caulicrust Pizza slices

I have two types of pizza crusts for you to choose from and we love having both in our weekly pizza rotation. My Grain Free Pizza Crust is so delicious and low-carb compared to regular pizza bases.. My newly revised Caulicrust Pizza is very low carb and holds up better than all others I have tried without the use of any starch namely, arrowroot flour. Cauliflower and almond flour take centre stage in my Caulicrust pizza base and ground flax (fibre) helps to feed our good gut buddies in our microbiota.

After my short two years of living in Naples, Italy I quickly fell in love with how delicious and simple their amazing pizzas are. These days, now that I know I am intolerant to gluten and prefer my carbs to come from non-grain plant sources, this caulicrust is my fav zero-bloat pizza base go-to! I hope you enjoy my super fresh vibrant take on our beloved pizza!

Eggplant Sweet Potato Ricotta Nut Cheese Caulicrust Pizza with Balsamic Reduction

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Recipe by Priscilla Soligo Course: Bread, Mains, Nuts & Cheeses, Snacks

Ingredients

  • 1 x Caulicrust Pizza

  • 125g ½ Cup Marinara Sauce

  • 120g ½ Cup Ricotta Nut Cheese

  • Pizza Toppings
  • 275g 1 Large Eggplant, sliced

  • 230g 1½ Cups Sweet Potato, diced

  • 180g 1 Cup Baby Tomatoes,

  • 120g ½ Medium Red Onion, thinly sliced

  • 38g 2½ Tbsps Avocado Oil or Coconut Oil

  • 35g 1 Cup Arugula

  • 7g ¼ Cup Fresh Basil Leaves, torn

  • Unrefined Salt and Fresh Cracked Pepper to taste

  • Optional Balsamic Reduction:
  • 13g ½ Tbsp Yacon Syrup

  • 8g ½ Tbsp Balsamic Vinegar

Directions

  • Preheat the oven to 200C/ 392F.
  • On an oven tray lined with baking paper, toss the sweet potato, eggplant and baby tomatoes in 2 Tbsps of oil. Bake for 30 minutes at 200C/ 392F. Remove from the oven and set aside.
  • In a pan on the stove on medium heat, sauté the onion in ½ tablespoon of oil and add salt and pepper to taste. Set aside.
  • In a small bowl, add in yacon syrup and balsamic vinegar. Stir until well combined. Set aside.
  • Add the following toppings to prepared Caulicrust Pizza: Marinara sauce, baked eggplant, baked sweet potato, baby tomatoes, sautéed red onion, ricotta nut cheese.
  • Place back into the oven for 10 minutes.
  • Remove from the oven. Add on top rocket and torn basil.
  • Allow to cool for at least 5 minutes before serving.

Notes

  • Optional: Drizzle with balsamic reduction just before serving.
  • Storage: Once pizza is assembled it is best consumed immediately. Otherwise, separate ingredient components can be stored in the fridge for us to 3 days. Please see caulicrust for storage options.

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Nutrition Facts

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.

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