This Delicious Cauliflower Pizza is Breaking the Internet

One of the best things we can do as a parent is to teach our children to cook, bake and experiment with eating new and exciting recipes. It is a gift we can pass to our children for the rest of their lives. Cooking is a life skill, ordering pizza from an app isn’t – although you may beg to differ on that one. 


Who’s ready to shed a few pounds this season! cauliflower pizza is great because it’s low-carb and contains no flour what so ever. You will be pleasantly surprised as to how delicious and different this pizza is I promise you will be a keeper. The crust is made of cauliflower, cheese, and eggs and from there, you can customize the pizza any way you like to make your favorite type of pizza. 


Recipe

½ x cauliflower head 
1 x egg 1 x cup of grated mozzarella
2 x table spoon of grated parmesan 
¼ x cup of tomato puree 1 x cup of plum tomatoes 
2 x garlic cloves ¼ x teaspoon of chopped red peppers Salt & pepper to season Basil leaves Prepare your cauliflower pizza base 

• Prepare the oven by heating it to 220ºC.


1 x egg 1 x cup of grated mozzarella
2 x table spoon of grated parmesan 
¼ x cup of tomato puree 1 x cup of plum tomatoes 
2 x garlic cloves ¼ x teaspoon of chopped red peppers Salt & pepper to season Basil leaves Prepare your cauliflower pizza base 

• Prepare the oven by heating it to 220ºC.

• Use grease proof paper to cover a rimmed baking tray.

• Finely chop the cauliflower using a food processor.

• Microwave the chopped cauliflower in a large bowl for 7-8 minutes or until soft.

• Once the cauliflower mix is cool stir in the mozzarella, parmesan and egg whilst seasoning with salt and pepper.

• Shape the properly combined mixture into a circle on the prepared grease proof paper.

• Use spray and cook to grease the tray.

• Bake the cauliflower pizza base for about 10 – 15 minutes or until golden brown.

• Once you’ve added your desired toppings smother it in mozzarella.

• Place the cauliflower pizza back into the oven and bake for another 10 minutes or until crispy.


Doesn’t that look amazing! this was the first time in my life I didn’t feel bad eating pizza! Now, of course, this crust won’t replace my usual high-carb crust but it sure is great for times when I’m on my low-carb diets.

The whole family loved it; Even baby Bryan couldn’t stop eating! the crust was so crispy and moist at the same time and paired quite well with the marinara and cheese.


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