Friday, October 19, 2012

Cauliflower Pizza Crust and Pizza

Since we’re on Wheat Belly, (by Dr. William Davis) I made this pizza using cauliflower instead of flour.

This is the pizza crust before I cooked it. I cut up the cauliflower so I could put it into the food processer and chopped it up until it resembles rice. Then I added some mozzarella cheese to it as well as 2 eggs and then pressed it into the oiled cookie sheet and baked it until golden brown. It is a little crumbly when you put it into the pan but it will work.

Pizza Crust

Then while that’s cooking I cook all the ingredients for the top of it so they will all be done as well. Then all I will have to do is melt the cheese on top.

pizza ready 2 eat

Here it is all ready to eat. I put turkey, pepperoni on it and onions and bell pepper as well as the pizza sauce and 2 kinds of cheeses.

I went to Google and googled cauliflower pizza crust and found several. I think I have even saw one that has cream cheese in it and I bet that’s really good. The next time I make it I think I will put some oregano into the crust. I think that would really be good as well as some garlic powder.


Dr. Davis also has a flaxseed wrap that I make and use for a pizza crust. I really like that one to. I do add sea salt to my crust. The recipe is in his book.

If you’ve never tried a cauliflower pizza crust you should because it’s very good and doesn’t shoot the blood sugars up like flour crust does. If you don’t like cauliflower don’t worry because it’s not very cauliflower tasting either. I’m really not wild about cauliflower but I like this.


Hope you all have a great weekend!



Kate said...

No reason why it shouldn't taste good and surely does look good.

Rose1957 said...

Thank you Kate! :-)

Rose1957 said...

Thank you Kate! :-)