Congratulations Week Two Paleo Challenge Winner!
Congratulations to Dana Larson, you are the Week Two Paleo Challenge Winner!!!
You get to choose your prize from a basket full of goodies!
If you signed up for the Paleo Challenge to submit weekly food logs, remember, even if you missed a week you simply receive a zero for that particular week but are eligible for the weekly prizes when you submit your next week’s food log. Get with it! You can do it!
Don’t knock the cauliflower crust before you actually try it! It’s a tried and true recipe! Enjoy!
- 2 cups cooked, riced Cauliflower (“rice” it by chopping it finely, using a food processor, cheese grater, or smashing it with an avocado tool)
- 2 eggs
- 2 cups shredded whole-milk mozzarella (or cheese of your choice)
- 1 teaspoon Fennel
- 2 teaspoons Oregano
- 4 teaspoons Parsley
- Toppings of your choice. (Ideas are organic pizza sauce, more mozzarella, pepperoni, hot Italian sausage, and topped it with a generous sprinkling of fennel, oregano, parsley, basil, and thyme.)
- Preheat oven to 450.
- In a bowl, mix together your cooked, riced cauliflower, eggs, and mozzarella.
- Spread dough mixture onto a baking sheet or pizza pan. Make it as thick or thin as you’d like.
- Sprinkle with the herbs.
- Cook in oven for 15-20 minutes, until desired doneness is reached. Some edge-burning is normal.
- Remove from the oven, turn the oven off, and cover with your favorite pizza toppings. It’s recommend to cover the entire crust with your toppings for ultimate deliciousness. Any plain crust around the edges just ends up tasting like cauliflower, but, with the sauce and stuff on top, it all just tastes like regular pizza. It’s like magic!
- Turn your broiler on High.
- Place your pizza with toppings on the top rack near the broiler. Watch it until the cheese melts and bubbles and until the toppings look the way you’d like.
- Remove from oven. Dough will typically be drier around the edges and softer in the center of the pizza. Use spatula to serve it up, and eat with a knife and fork – it was too soft for pick up.