Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Food Review: CauliPower Veggie Pizza

When we bought the Daiya Supreme Pizza a month ago, we also bought this one at the same time.  They were both on sale, and that's about my criteria to try something new these days.  I've heard about cauliflower crust for years but never considered it because I'd also heard of some serious fails on the cauli-crust front.  I threw caution to the wind and picked this up.

Here's a peek at the nutritional info.  You could actually eat the whole thing if you wanted to.

Since they didn't list the ingredients right under the nutritional info, it's as follows:  Cauliflower, Tomato Sauce (Tomatoes, Garlic, Oregano, Sea Salt), Mozzarella White Cheddar Cheese Blend (Pasteurized Part Skim Milk, Cheese Cultures, Salt, Enzymes), Brown Rice Flour, Corn Starch, Bell Peppers, Water, Tapioca, Sunflower Oil, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Sugar, Egg, Xanthan Gum, Yeast, Salt, Vinegar, Baking Powder (Sodium Acid Pyrophosphate, Sodium Bicarbonate, Corn Starch, Monocalcium Phosphate), Basil. CONTAINS: Milk, Eggs

Apparently, they have five other offerings as well.

I baked it for 15 minutes, and it was all bubbly and ready for my (pizza) piehole.

The crust looked like a typical cracker crust pizza, and it cut easily.

But how did it taste?

I have to say, the Mr and I were impressed.  He does not like cauliflower on its own and this didn't taste like it at all.  You could totally fool someone into thinking it was just a healthier pizza, not necessarily a veggie crust pizza.  (I'm pretty hard to fool on that too, so that's saying something.)  I do wish there was more sauce on there, but it was adequate.  It was well seasoned, and we both agreed we'd get it again.  Matter of fact, the Mr said we could get this and the other supreme Daiya pizza and mix and match.  I would be up for that especially if we get a hankerin' for pizza and want to keep the sodium more manageable.  The sodium is usually what makes me put a frozen pizza back in the case if I ever consider one.  While these are a little higher than I think it should be based on flavor, they're the smarter choice and one I think you guys would like too!

Have you had or made cauliflower crust pizza before?

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  1. It honestly just tasted like a normal crust frozen pizza to me and I am impressed. Definitely worth it if you can get it on sale!

  2. My local grocery stores have pretty limited offerings on this type of thing, and are pretty slow to bring new things in. I still haven't seen Halo Top ice cream around here. They just got powerded peanut butter about a year ago.

    Long story to get to the point - I've been watching for something like this for a while and haven't seen it yet, but I'm pretty excited to get the chance to try it. I'd pick one up when I'm out of town but it wouldn't fit in my cooler.

  3. I haven't tried it yet, but I've heard more good things about it, so it's worth giving it a go. One of the grocery stores here in town has a huge array of healthy options like this, and gluten free out the wazoo, so there is a lot to choose from, at least in the freezer section.


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