Since I try to eat gluten free, and I am out of my GF pizza crust, I thought I’d try one of those cauliflower pizza crust recipes floating around the internet. I did alter the recipe. lol I used a bag of frozen cauliflower instead of a head of fresh. I’ve seen several recipes, and they are all similar. Cook the cauliflower, process in food processor, add seasonings and cheese. Spread into pan, cook first. Then add toppings, and cook under broiler until cheese is melted and browned as much as you like it.
It was edible. lol Pretty decent actually, for cauliflower. Now I like cauliflower. If you don’t, don’t try this recipe. As you can taste it. No amount of toppings are going to cover the cauliflower taste. My husband, and 3 out of 4 teenagers said it was good. I’m pretty sure, though, if I served this to them instead of our regular pizza I would have a mutiny on my hands. lol
If you are trying to eat grain free, and like cauliflower, this is a way you can still enjoy pizza. Would I make it again? Yes, if I was out of my regular GF crust, and just had to have pizza. It won’t be my go to crust, though.
Ooooops! You caught me licking the chocolate pudding pan! Well, I did make homemade pudding for my daughter with the sore mouth from braces. And the pan does have to get clean somehow! lol
Now…. to answer the question that I get asked about a hundred times a day……….What’s For Dinner? See my menu below!
In the Kitchen with Linda – Dinner Menu:
Saturday – Sabbath- Make ahead meals- Spaghetti with meat sauce
Sunday – soup & sandwich day – Cheeseburgers & oven baked fries – Husband cooked!
Monday – chicken – Baked chicken, baked potatoes, corn on the cob
Wednesday – beef – Homemade chili with homemade cornbread
Thursday – chicken – Turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, green beans
Friday – Sabbath Dinner – Turkey,with potatoes, carrots, and onions cooked in the crockpot
For more ideas, visit Menu Plan Monday