I’ve seen this concept a lot on Pinterest, and have had it pinned on my own board to try for quite some time. So Sunday night, I decided to give it a shot. With my stuffed crust pizza loving boyfriend out of town, it seemed like the perfect opportunity to try it for myself to see if it’s even worth it. End result? Yes, yes it was.
Consensus on Pinterest and from a lot of my friends is the difficulty in finding one that actually holds together. I may have just gotten lucky, but mine seemed to work just fine on the first attempt. You can’t hold it like a normal pizza crust and eat it with your hands (well, you can but that would be pretty messy, but to each their own), but I don’t have an issue with eating with a fork.
Hawaiian pizza is my favorite, so I topped it with cheese, ham, and pineapple. I was being a bit lazy and didn’t make my own pizza sauce, and just used Prego tomato sauce instead. I got a large two pack from Costco the other day for use in things like this so I went for it.
Recipe from Ashley Benson Fitness
Nutrition/serving (crust only):
- 1 head cauliflower
- 1 egg
- Garlic (as much or little as you’d like)
- Oregano (as much or little as you’d like)
- 1 cup grated mozzarella
- Olive oil
- Preheat oven to 450°F and spray a cookie sheet with a non-stick spray, or use parchment paper
- Grate the cauliflower in to a microwavable bowl
- Cook the cauliflower in the microwave for 8 minutes (don’t add any water)
- Add the egg, garlic, oregano, and mozzarella and mix it all together
- Plop the mixture onto your cookie sheet in a mound
- Spread it out with your hands, fairly thin
- Brush olive oil onto the crust
- Bake for 15 minutes, until the edges are golden
- Add all your sauce and toppings as you please
- Put this under the broiler until toppings are warm and the cheese has melted