Today’s recipe is a simple, healthy way to enjoy pizza.
First the crust has only 3 ingredients. No rolling out. No waiting for yeast to rise.
For those that cannot have cauliflower either for digestion reasons or do not like it, this pizza crust is a great substitute for the very popular cauliflower pizza crust.
We also feel this pizza crust recipe is great for people following a low fod maps diet!
This recipe does call for an egg, so those looking for a egg-free recipe check out our plantain socca! Or you could try using an egg substitute.
We topped our pizza with avocado, sliced beets, fresh basil and ground beef.
This cauliflower free pizza crust would be great with anything, so layer it up with your favorite pizza toppings. This crust is a soft, bread-like texture. It’s not a super thin and crispy crust, but it does hold together so you can eat with your hands. Oh yay! If you do want more of a thin crust we suggest omitting the baking powder or following our plantain socca.
And of course it had to be out of plantains, hehe
We love pizza!
We hope you enjoy our simple cauliflower free, low fod map friendly pizza crust recipe. We love how we can use plantains in all types of recipe from chips to pancakes to breakfast cake to bread. And now pizza crust!
Twins Question: What is your favorite pizza toppings? Do you like thick or thin pizza crust? Do you like veggies or meat on your pizza? Do you follow a low fod map diet?
till next time,
Lori and Michelle