No-Dough Cauliflower Pizzas

After-school snacks at my house now come in the form of a delicious and nutritious treat AND full-on dance moves (to the pure HORROR of my child).

It IS September, after all, with Halloween being just around the corner.

So I figured it’s not too early to freak my kid out.. (with my dance moves) 💃



Cauliflower pizza crusts (I buy mine from Trader Joe’s – I get both the larger and smaller sizes, so I can serve based on hunger levels)
One tablespoon tomato paste
1 teaspoon oregano
1/2 teaspoon garlic (can omit if your kids don’t love getting stinky)
1/4 cup of shredded mozzarella cheese (I use the light version from TJs)
Sliced Bella mushrooms
Optional: sliced salami rounds
A spray of EVOO
Salt, pepper, to taste



Preheat oven to 400 F.
Lay out parchment on a baking tray and then place the cauliflower doughs on top. Spread the tomato paste over each dough and then sprinkle the herbs on top, followed by the cheese. Place salami on top, if using, and then spread apart the mushroom slices. Spray a little olive oil on top and a pinch of salt and pepper. Bake for about 7-8 minutes, when crusts turn a bit dark. Let cool 5 mins before chowing down. Don’t forget the dance moves! Makes the pizza taste better.



Someone asked me about the glass plates I’m using in the video above.

I did a search on them – they’re Vintage Vidrios San Miguel Authentic 100% Recycled Glass.

I couldn’t find them readily on Amazon, but I did a search for something close and found these green recycled salad plates (which you can click into to see):


.. and also these, which are admittedly a completely different color, but still look so, so cute in their light baby pink:



If you end up getting any of these dishes, or preparing the pizzas, don’t forget to let me know!

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Dough-Less Cauliflower Pizzas

These pizzas are no joke! There's no dough in 'em, and my kids love to eat them up! A parent win, shared.


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