Anna’s Caulipower Pizzas

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Watch Anna’s video demonstrating two easy ways to prepare Caulipower Pizza Crusts.

My family loves these pizzas, and the fact that we can totally customize the toppings. The really cool thing about these crusts is that it doesn’t taste like cauliflower; it tastes like a normal crust to me, and just happens to be an amazing perk that it’s healthy! For any of you that are Keto, vegan, vegetarian, or gluten-free, this is a fabulous option for you. I love these crusts and make them about three times a week. My veggie-hating husband actually really likes them too.

Choose from two options:

Loaded Pizza

The first pizza I did is a jalapeno artichoke with olives and Bonici Sliced Pepperoni (#2031), topped with Tillamook Shredded Cheddar Cheese (#1866) and Galbani Shredded Parmesan Cheese (#2554). After adding the toppings, I baked it for about 15 minutes (just until crispy) at 425F on a 12 in. Aluminum Pizza Screen (#1593).

The pizza screen is the perfect size for the caulipower crusts. And the parmesan cheese is the perfect finishing touch for this pizza- it also comes in a great size! The pepperoni also works great for lasagnas, pastas, or pizzas.

Dessert Pizza

I did the dessert pizza a little different because I baked the crust first (at 425F until crispy), then I spread some whipped cream cheese on top. You can do marshmallow creme, Nutella Spread (#7338), or really whatever you want! Then, I loaded it with some kiwi and pineapple and topped it with shredded coconut and Cinnamon Vanilla French Toast Sugar (#1536). This is a great activity for kids to do too. My daughter loves to make these dessert pizzas after school, they’re so quick and easy!


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