Gf, grain free, dairy free pizza :)

It has been so long since we have pizza and when I found this recipe, I was so excited to try it. Well the majority of this recipe calls for cauliflower. I was skeptical at first but it really worked out good. This recipe will make 2 small pizzas, so if you want more than enough for 2 kids than double the recipe.

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After steaming the cauliflower, put it in the food processor to chop up into fine mixture. Place mixture onto a clean cloth or cheesecloth to squeeze out all the water. This creates a paste like substance.

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Spreading the “dough” into the crusts is a little hard, because it is sticky. I found it best to work from the centre and work my way out. 20140328-002402.jpg

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I used an herb and spice, tomato paste, but I might suggest that you use something a little more tasty. The crust was quite flexible and “normal” like. It is a lot of work, but if you have gluten and dairy restrictions, highly worth the time! My kids were so happy to have pizza again:)

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2 thoughts on “Gf, grain free, dairy free pizza :)”

  1. wonderful! I am going to try this! How long have you been Grain Free, are the little ladies doing better without grains?

    1. Hey Dandy. Our oldest started the grain free diet Jan. 2013 after 2 years of horrible pain and no progress on the “gluten free” diet. She is doing wonderful. I realized in February that I had to go grain free and be committed so that I could really understand the needs and formulate meal plans. It is so much better as a family, but everyone has to follow their own “gut” instincts. lol.

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