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Cauliflower Crust Pizza

Cauliflower Crust Pizza

Highlights
    • SO CHEESY. Swap out the shredded Romano for any type of cheese in the crust. Just remember that using a soft cheese, such as cream cheese or mozzarella, yields a less durable crust. We recommend a shredded hard cheese for a crust that can handle any toppings you dish out.
    • DEEP PURPLE. Have a little fun with your pizza crust by using purple cauliflower. Just be sure to use a dark-colored dish towel when ringing out the water.
    • CELIAC CARES? Find more tips and tricks at Baking for a Gluten-Free Diet.

Have you heard? When it comes to low-carb pizza crust, cauliflower is where it’s at. Not only is it gluten free and high in fiber, each slice of this cruciferous crust contains 5 grams of protein and has less than 70 calories. (Yes, please, I’ll have another slice.) With just 3 ingredients—egg, cauliflower and cheese, you can taste for yourself why this healthy alternative to carb-loaded crust is a pizza game-changer.

Ready to be blown away? No need for a specialty dish to bake, just grab your BAKER’S SECRET® ESSENTIALS LARGE COOKIE SHEET and get a piece of the pie that reigns veggie supreme.

CAULIFLOWER CRUST PIZZA

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TOP IT OFF!

No matter how you slice it, these fun flavor combinations are sure to inspire your own signature pizza. Hint: When using a cauliflower crust, it’s best to use precooked toppings or toppings that don’t take long to bake. That’s because this pizza needs only 8 to 10 minutes to bake once toppings are added.

  • Farmhouse-Style. Top with thinly sliced roasted beets and goat cheese; top with fresh arugula just before serving.
  • Fiesta Night. Add 2 teaspoons taco seasoning to the crust; top with sautéed onions and bell peppers, cheddar cheese and chopped fresh tomatoes.
  • Tasty Tikka. Add 1 teaspoon curry powder to the crust; top with tikka masala sauce, chickpeas, golden raisins and ricotta or paneer cheese. (Note: Paneer is a fresh cheese common in Indian cooking. It will retain most of its shape during baking.)
  • Soy Spicy. Add a pinch of cayenne to the crust; top with precooked soy chorizo, jalapeños and pepper Jack cheese.
  • Go Green. Use Italian seasoning in the crust; top with pesto, baby spinach, sautéed green bell peppers and mozzarella cheese.

YOUR TURN: What’s your signature pizza topping combo? #bakersecret

 

Highlights
    • SO CHEESY. Swap out the shredded Romano for any type of cheese in the crust. Just remember that using a soft cheese, such as cream cheese or mozzarella, yields a less durable crust. We recommend a shredded hard cheese for a crust that can handle any toppings you dish out.
    • DEEP PURPLE. Have a little fun with your pizza crust by using purple cauliflower. Just be sure to use a dark-colored dish towel when ringing out the water.
    • CELIAC CARES? Find more tips and tricks at Baking for a Gluten-Free Diet.