Wow! This cauliflower sundried tomato pizza is the best pizza I’ve had in a very long time. In the past, I wasn’t much of a fan of cauliflower crust because the crust I had tried once was soggy and didn’t taste like a crust! The crust tasted like cornmeal and cauliflower. Disgusting! Absolutely disgusting. I have managed to stay away from all things cauliflower and pizza combined until today!
Does anyone else get tired of eating pizza the same way all of the time? Well, when I order pizza out at restaurants, I always play it safe! I play it safe because I prefer to make unconventional pizzas myself. I’m not dissing any pizza spots here, but I like my proteins cooked a certain way and a lot of pizzerias do not focus on making tasty meat. Well, let’s just say the ones that I have been to. I’m not a fan of just adding salt and pepper to chicken and throwing it into a pan or oven with a tsp of oil. I need plenty of fat and plenty of seasoning on the boring and bland chicken. And, even when it comes to tofu as well! Please don’t slice up some tofu and throw it on a pizza – that’s just disgusting!
CauliPower’s Cauliflower Pizza Crust Review:
I was at Walmart the other day and saw that they had CauliPower’s Cauliflower Pizza Crust. I’ve seen it a lot on Instagram, but again I didn’t care too much to try it. Walmart was selling it for way less than my usual store does ($14 at Giant eagle, $10 at Walmart). So, I said whatever let’s just give this crust a try. And oh my god, it’s amazing!
I did not want to make a typical pizza using mozzarella, tomato sauce, and traditional pizza toppings. A lightbulb in my head went up and I thought to myself, “let’s make a cauliflower sundried tomato pizza!” I decided to make this cauliflower sundried tomato pizza by using CauliPower’s Cauliflower Pizza Crust, Classico’s Sundried Tomato Pesto, Gruyere Cheese, Parmesan Romano, and Spinach! The parmesan cheese was added because I didn’t want to add any salt! This cauliflower sundried tomato pizza is definitely something I’m going to be eating weekly. I overcooked the cauliflower crust a little bit, so it wasn’t soft! I left it in the oven for approximately 16 minutes when I’m supposed to cook it for only 13!
What’s the best cheese to use on a cauliflower sundried tomato pizza?
Personally, I believe that any melting cheese will work with this crust. It doesn’t taste soggy and it definitely tastes like a pizza crust. If you don’t have gruyere cheese, just use mozzarella or a healthier option would be goat cheese! I’m going to experiment with different cheeses on this crust and tell you all what I think!
Lastly, I want to mention that I kept this pizza vegetarian and didn’t add any proteins. I didn’t add any meat or additional vegetables to this pizza because I just wasn’t in the mood for it. Sometimes, I just want a really good cheese pizza!
Cauliflower Sundried Tomato Pizza
- 1 Caulipower Cauliflower Pizza Crust
- 3 tbsp Classico Sundried Tomato Pesto
- 1/2 cup Gruyere Cheese, shredded (or more)
- 2 tbsp Parmesan Romano Cheese
- 1/2 cup Baby Spinach
- 1 tsp Garlic Powder
- Spanish Olive Oil Cooking Spray, for spraying
- Preheat your oven to 425 degrees F. Either spray a pizza pan with the spanish olive oil cooking spray or use aluminum foil.
- Remove your cauliflower pizza crust from the freezer and top with the sundried tomato pesto. Proceed to spray with the cooking spray and season with the garlic powder. Top with the gruyere cheese.
- Place in the oven and bake for 13 minutes. Remove from oven and top with spinach and parmesan cheese. Spray with additional cooking spray!
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