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2/28/10 2:48 P

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Thanks for the pizza recipe--sounds great.

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1/21/10 8:12 P

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Absolutely excellent!!! I will be trying this soon.

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1/21/10 8:03 P

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Cut & pasted from my facebook posting of it (a bunch of my friends there want to try it, too!). The broccoli & cauliflower started out frozen & I cooked it in the microwave and let it cool a bit before chopping. THEN I let it sit in a strainer in the sink for about half an hour to let the water drain out a little (they're both VERY water-heavy veggies):

Ingredients
1/2 cup cooked broccoli, finely chopped in food processor
1/2 cup cooked cauliflower, finely chopped in food processor
1 large egg
1 1/4 shredded pizza blend cheese, separated
1 Tablespoon Italian Seasoning
1/4 cup spaghetti sauce

Directions
Preheat oven to 450.
In medium bowl mix together broccoli, cauliflower, egg, seasoning and 1 cup of cheese.
Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper.
Form a 6" x 8" rectangle of veggie mixture on parchment.
Bake 18 minutes.
Spread spaghetti sauce on top of "pizza" and sprinkle with remaining 1/4 cup cheese.
Cut into 12 squares. (1 serving for Johnny was 2 squares, I had 4)

Nutritional Info
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories: 49.7
Total Fat: 3.4 g
Cholesterol: 26.0 mg
Sodium: 112.4 mg
Total Carbs: 1.6 g
Dietary Fiber: 0.5 g
Protein: 3.8 g

Edited by: KRQUICK at: 1/21/2010 (20:08)

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1/21/10 7:22 P

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Besides, my hubby has been begging me to find a way to disguise broccoli.

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1/21/10 7:22 P

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Tell me HOW you did it. I want the recipe WITH the directions. I posted it as a blog on my page, but rec'd mostly negative comments as others were having trouble making it work. Me personally, I've been way to much of a coward to try yet.

We want to know how you did it!!!!!

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1/21/10 5:02 P

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I did it! I made this for my "veggies are ucky" 3 1/2 year old son tonight but I used broccoli AND cauliflower for the crust and only topped it with sauce and cheese. We both LOVED it!!!
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1/15/10 10:35 P

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Has anyone tried this yet??? I just found the recipe and posted it on my blog so I can print it out and try it one day this week.

If anyone has tried it and has any suggestions please let me know!

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12/1/09 7:26 P

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Sounds like a great receipe and it has no ingredents my son is allergic to.

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12/1/09 11:37 A

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I was hungry for pizza last night and remembered an old low carb recipe the Hubs and I used to enjoy. The only complaint we had was the 'crust' was too thin and we didn't like trying to dish it up out of a 9x13 casserole dish like the original recipe (Deep Dish Pizza Quiche) called for.

So I doubled the following recipe and lined a 12" pizza pan with parchment paper (to guarantee it didn't stick to the pan) and poured the mix on the pan and carefully spread it out. Had to bake it half again as long (around 30 minutes) but OH MY! So good and so bread like. Yesterday I was looking at many different GF web sites and found the same recipe on the 'Gluten Free Easily' site.

Flourless, Gluten Free Pizza
4 ounces cream cheese
2 eggs
1/4 cup Parmesan cheese
1/2 tsp pizza seasonings
8 ounces (2 cups) mozzarella cheese, shredded

In a medium bowl, whisk cream cheese until smooth and creamy. Whisk in eggs until mixture is well blended and smooth. Add the Parmesan cheese and seasonings. Stir in Mozzarella until completely moistened. Spread mixture evenly over parchment paper (I used 2 sheets of parchment at right angles over pizza pan) and bake for 20 minutes at 375° or until evenly browned. At this point you top with pizza sauce and toppings of your choice and re-bake for 15 to 20 minutes. The balance of the recipe can be seen at the above website. This is the closest to REAL pizza that we have had for ages! I measured the crust and it was fully 3/8" thick and looked like a Boboli crust.


Edited to add the link to the recipe site.

www.glutenfreeeasily.com/

Edited by: MIZSTEAKS at: 12/1/2009 (11:41)
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11/29/09 3:46 P

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Kinnikinnick brand individual pizza crusts come in a bag of 4 and they are my favorite!

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11/24/09 10:29 P

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The only time I had the still rider pizzas was at the local pizza place and it was very good. If you go to the webside you can see if there are any local shops in your area that have them so you can try it. A friend has ordered them and is very happy with the delivery.

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11/24/09 12:13 A

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Prob not these were in a bag. The store carries more frozen gf ready foods now. They have frozen pizzas but they are really expensive and I like to put my own toppings on. I'm funny like that.

Plus I make good pizza sauce.

Are the stillrider pizza crusts good?

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11/23/09 12:34 P

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Cyniepooh, was the brand of pizza crusts Kinnickinnic brand? I have a box in my freezer that I have not tried yet, they come four in a package. They look good in the picture. I have not made the cauliflower pizza yet. but the one I had at the pizza place uses the stillrider pizza crusts. you can order them directly from the company and add your own toppings.

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11/22/09 10:52 P

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I was buying a really good frozen GF pizza crust at the Grocery store. They seemed to be very popular because they were often out of them. The store quit carrying them recently. I'm soooo bummed they were absolutely delicious and I didn't feel cheated out of having the real thing! I can't even remember the brand name. There were 4 in each bag.

I did try the cauliflower pizza. It was ok. It was crispy and brown around the edges. Not in the middle. I think the most important thing I have learned when I'm trying new things is to not expect bread flavor. This way I'm not dissapointed when it doesn't taste the way I'd really like it to taste. The cauliflower pizza tasted like a cauliflower pizza. I didn't feel like it was anything close to being pizza. It wasn't bad. Just differant. I would put it in the another creative way to get a veggie category. I probably won't make it again mostly because of all the cheese in it.

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11/15/09 9:23 P

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I was at one of those Tastefully Simple food parties today (real torture because a lot of the food is really good), and I happened to overhear someone tell the demonstrator that she had celiac and could not eat certain things. We got to talking and she told me about a Pizza place in town that does have gluten free pizza and that it was very good. Guess what I had for dinner tonight?? It was almost as good as regular pizza. But I could have salad and pizza with the rest of my family. YUM. I still have not made the cauliflower crust one though.

Anyway, ask around, I found out there are three pizza places within a few blocks of my house that sell gluten free. It was only $13.99 for a 12 inch pie and it was almost as good as regular.

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11/15/09 8:09 P

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Know what you mean when you say that you are left out when they order pizza, that just recently happened to me and I could not have any but wanted some. Now I am going to try it..

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11/14/09 2:40 P

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Thanks for the link. I'm definitely going to try this. My family loves pizza and I feel so left out now.

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11/13/09 10:37 A

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Thank you so much for the link, I have several friends that are gluten-free and they will enjoy trying these recipes.

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11/11/09 11:07 A

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First time I heard about califlower pizza crust I've only seen pizzas with rice crust

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I can't wait to try it also

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It does look great. Can't wait to try it out.

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11/10/09 9:05 P

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Have never tried it but it looks good..
I added this like so that they don't have to do the cut and paste, just click on the link.
www.gofrolic.org/gofrolic/food_blog/
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Edited by: DJ4HEALTH at: 11/10/2009 (21:06)
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11/10/09 8:42 P

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http://www.gofrolic.org/gofrolic/food_blog
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izza%3A_All_local_and_gluten-free.html

One of my other groups posted this It really looks good. Has anyone made it? Any reviews?

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