Cauliflower Pizza Crust is a healthy low-carb way to enjoy a guilt-free version of your favorite pizza recipe! This post was sponsored by Green Giant as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.
If you’ve been a reader of my blog for any amount of time, you know how much my family loves pizza. We have homemade pizza every Saturday night. We even celebrate Christmas Day with my family with homemade pizza. So I’m sure you’re going to be surprised to hear that I recently tried Cauliflower Pizza Crust from Green Giant.
Cauliflower Pizza Crust
Like some of you, I’ve seen a few recipes for homemade cauliflower pizza crusts and just thought there was too much work involved. Which is why I was excited to purchase the NEW Green Giant™ Cauliflower Pizza Crust from Walmart last weekend which I found it in the frozen veggie aisle.
This pizza crust has fewer calories than regular pizza dough. It’s made with 80% cauliflower which offers incredible convenience and most importantly there’s no prep work needed except to add your favorite pizza toppings!
How to Make Cauliflower Pizza Crust
I find it really helps to have all your ingredients ready to go when making pizza:
- Homemade marinara sauce – your favorite jar sauce works great too!
- Red, green and yellow peppers cut into strips
- Fresh spinach leaves
- Mozzarella cheese
Preheat oven to 425°F. Place Green Giant™ Cauliflower Pizza Crust on a pizza stone and bake 15 minutes. If you don’t have a pizza stone, you can use a baking sheet that’s lined with parchment paper.
Allow the crust to cool slightly before adding the toppings. That will help keep the crust from getting soggy.
Add the toppings to the cauliflower crust…remember, less is better this time!
Bake for an additional 6 minutes or until the cheese is bubbly. If you want the crust crispier, bake for a few additional minutes, but watch it closely.
How to Serve Cauliflower Pizza
To make this recipe a complete meal, I made a green leafy salad with more pepper slices on the side. My husband and I both enjoy using dipping sauces for our pizza. And they’re great with this cauliflower crust pizza as well.
Now, doesn’t that look good? It’s a great way to enjoy pizza while still enjoying a low-carb diet plan.
Tips for Baking Cauliflower Pizza Crust
- Keep the cauliflower pizza crust frozen until you’re ready to cook it. As the crust thaws, it softens and can become fragile when handling.
- Bake the crust without any toppings first to help crisp it up.
- Use sauces sparingly to prevent the crust from getting soggy.
- Try not to overload the crust with too many toppings. Less is better!
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