Last night I had a great date with my husband at Pomo and had a delicious gluten-free pizza which reminded me of a great pizza I made earlier this week.
I was in Trader Joe’s to pick up my usual gluten-free crust and there was Cauliflower Crust, a steal at under $4 so I excitedly put it in my basket. The cashier let me know to follow the directions EXACTLY or it would fall apart.
I went home and played my favorite cooking game, what is in my fridge. I did not have tomato sauce so I got creative. I did Vegan White Sauce (leftover vegan alfredo sauce) and Artichoke Pesto (jarred, also vegan), Vegan Cheese (from Trader Joes already shredded) , tomatoes and mushrooms. Topped with Romaine (only because I was out of arugula or spinach and I love salad on pizza) and balsamic vinegar. Because of how many packaged ingredients I used, this a treat meal but much still much healthier than take out pizza.
Pretty good crust. It is not doughy like pizza dough but if you are used to gf dough that falls apart when you eat it, this is very sturdy, I was able to actually eat it as pizza. Good flavor, I think I like this better than their gf crust. It is a 10 oz. crust and there are 6 servings per crust at just 80 calories each. It has 17 grams of carbs per serving, so not low carb but 1/2 the carbs of regular crust. . It is a gluten-free crust is made of cauliflower, corn flour, water, cornstarch, potato starch, olive oil, and salt. This will definitely go on my regular shopping list for a quick lunch or dinner.