This Trader Joe’s cauliflower pizza crust is an interesting creation that is popping up at grocery stores more and more. One of the original ones was of course at TJs and it has cauliflower and corn flour among other ingredients. It doesn’t have a super strong taste, but if you crisp it up in the oven at 450 degrees by itself, like Trader Joe’s recommends, it does have a good crisp to it. Then you can add your pizza toppings and broil it for a bit. Not ideal, but then again no gluten free pizza crust is totally ideal at this point. TJ’s has substituted corn flour and potato starch for the cheese and eggs that a lot of the cauliflower pizza crusts contain…….…….
- 480 calories per crust
- Net Weight: 10.6 oz
- Gluten free made with cauliflower, corn flour, water, corn starch, potato starch, olive oil and salt
Cauliflower Pizza Crust at Trader Joe’s
What does everyone like to put on this Trader Joe’s cauliflower pizza crust for toppings? I’d imagine there are a lot of really healthy and delicious vegetables that can be added to this to keep it vegan, or meats like pepperoni, prosciutto and sausage if you’re going for keto style pizza. Has anyone run into trouble getting the cauliflower crust to crisp up if you add the toppings before crisping up the crust by itself? I cooked the pizza crust first, like Trader Joe’s recommends, and then added some prosciutto and cheese to make a sort of flat bread pizza. It was ok, but I’m also not much of a pizza cook. I would have added a good red or white sauce next time to give it a tad more texture and prevent some dryness. Here’s a few other options if you can’t make it to TJs…..
– Cali’flour Foods Pizza Crust (Original Italian, 3 Boxes, 6 Crusts) – Fresh Cauliflower Base | Low Carb, High Protein, Gluten and Grain Free | Keto Friendly
– Rizzuto 10″ More Than Cauliflower Pizza Crust – 4 Crusts – Gluten Free, Low Carb
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