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The first time I made cauliflower pizza crust it bombed, big time, falling apart with each bite. I tried again using some helpful hints I found online and adapted this recipe for my tastes. This crust is sturdy enough to hold in your hands and will fool the pickiest eater in your house.


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AMAZING Cauliflower Pizza Crust

The first time I made cauliflower pizza crust it bombed, big time, falling apart with each bite. I tried again using some helpful hints I found online and adapted this recipe for my tastes. This crust is sturdy enough to hold in your hands and will fool the pickiest eater in your house.

Hey y’all, one of the goals of this blog is to encourage you to eat real food and make healthy choices as you offer your bodies as living sacrifices to God.  Home cooking is the best way for me to avoid processed foods and keep to the commitment I made to this lifestyle.  Yes, it involves a little more effort on my part, but if you plan ahead, cooking could become a holy passion like it has for me…an offering that I can give to God in the way of taking care of this temple (my body) where He lives.  Cauliflower pizza crust is a great way to meet this goal and put hidden veggies on your kids’ plate.

I was very reluctant to try one of the cauliflower recipes going around on the internet, thinking that they were bound to be too good to be true.  The first time we tried to make a cauliflower pizza crust, it failed miserably and fell apart with each bite.  My interest renewed when I read several bloggers’ notes that described the reason for my fail…so I decided to give it a try again.

The first time I made cauliflower pizza crust it bombed, big time, falling apart with each bite. I tried again using some helpful hints I found online and adapted this recipe for my tastes. This crust is sturdy enough to hold in your hands and will fool the pickiest eater in your house.

Here are the things I learned from my big WIN with this recipe.  First,  cauliflower pizza crust can be so close to the real thing, that it can fool even the pickiest eaters.   Next,  I learned that one head of cauliflower equals one small pizza.   So buy a lot of cauliflower if you want to make a lot of pizzas.  The most important thing I learned about cauliflower pizza crust is that the only way it will turn out like the real thing, is to S-Q-E-E-E-Z-E out all of the water.  And then squeeze some more.  I went through two kitchen towels before I finally decided the cauliflower was dry enough.  That’s the key y’all…DRY.

Happy cooking!

The first time I made cauliflower pizza crust it bombed, big time, falling apart with each bite. I tried again using some helpful hints I found online and adapted this recipe for my tastes. This crust is sturdy enough to hold in your hands and will fool the pickiest eater in your house.Click here for Cauliflower Pizza Crust Recipe PDF

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