Cauliflower crust for pizza has been all the rage lately, and for good reason. It’s healthier (I think) and just as delicious. I covered this first with Trader Joe’s Cauliflower Pizza (the prepackaged full pizza / not the solo crust). That pizza was decent at best but this crust was a totally different story.
Ease of Cooking (9.5)
A lot of times, individual pizza crusts require you to cook them before throwing on the cheese and toppings of your choice. This crust is much easier though. Take it out of the freezer, throw on your cheese and toppings and pop it in the oven for 7-10 minutes (or until the cheese is cooked). The crust cooks perfectly in the exact amount of time it takes your cheese to properly melt. This is exactly how I like it to handle my cooking. Convenient, quick and easy.
The crust is great. Just the right mix of crunchy and chewy yet sturdy enough to hold all of the ingredients you want to add. I’ve cooked this twice with a load of cheese and I never felt that it might come apart. The only reason this score isn’t higher is because the crust is a bit on the lower end of the flavor scale. Not a problem though since you make this what you want by adding your own cheese and ingredients.
Did I Get Sick (NO)
If you upset your gut here then it isn’t because of the crust. Your ingredients are going to be the variable here but the crust is perfectly safe. Certified GF.
Love this crust. The three best qualities of this crust are how easy it is to cook, how sturdy it is before and after cooking and the fact that it is cauliflower based. Keep in mind, I haven’t tested many GF pizza crusts but I have definitely eaten a ton of pizza in my life. I’ll be reviewing an Against the Grain pizza crust and the Trader Joe’s Butternut Squash crust in the very near future so stay tuned to see how everything stacks up.