background preloader

The Lucky Penny Blog: The BEST Cauliflower Crust Pizza!

The Lucky Penny Blog: The BEST Cauliflower Crust Pizza!
Yep. I'm making that claim and I'm sticking with it. This IS the BEST cauliflower pizza crust you will ever make. I've worked out the kinks from my previous cauliflower crust and from all other cauliflower crust posts I've read, and I'm confident that this pizza, this very one here, with a crust made out of a vegetable, is so damn delicious that you won't even think twice about the whole crust being made out of a vegetable thing. And yes, you can slice it and pick it up like a real piece of pizza. Now, let's hold hands and dance. If, despite my description and the holding hands and dancing, you are still feeling a little weird about the whole cauliflower crust thing, or maybe it was the holding hands and dancing that got you feeling weird? SO, what are you waiting for?!!! Oh, yeah the recipe. Let's get going... Place a pizza stone in the oven, or baking sheet if you don't have a pizza stone. Wash and throughly dry a small head of cauliflower. Dumped cauliflower into a bowl. FAQs:

http://www.theluckypennyblog.com/2013/02/the-best-cauliflower-crust-pizza.html

Related:  Meatless meals, breads and snack alternatives

Raw Food Recipes – Ginkgo Pesto Ginkgo, the highly revered and ancient herb used to increase circulation and oxygenation to the brain and vital organs, enhance memory, and boost energy and endurance levels has just landed itself in a raw vegan pesto recipe with a seriously adaptogenic and healing superfood twist. Ingredients 3 cups freshly picked ginkgo leaves, stalks removed 1 heaped tablespoon white miso 2 tablespoons nutritional yeast 1 teaspoon coarse sea salt 1 heaped cup raw cashews½ cup olive oil Instructions

Bakers Royale » Raspberry and Chocolate Ripple Semifreddo Raspberry and Chocolate Ripple Semifreddo Want to know the best thing about semifreddo? It’s basically a no-churn ice cream recipe, but still creamy—it just never really gets hard. Which is fine by me, since I like soft ice cream—whether it’s the trashy Thrifty store brand I grew up on or good quality ice cream that I’ll mash and push around with my spoon until it softens. Obviously, I’m not a picky ice cream eater. Mushroom and Kale Lasagna Roll Ups in Creamy Gorgonzola Cauliflower Sauce on Closet Cooking I have been seeing cute lasagna roll-ups around the internet for a while now and I have been wanting to try making some. The lasagna roll-ups are basically just lasagna where instead of layering everything you place the filling on top of the noodles and then roll the noodles up, top them with the sauce and cheese and bake them. I knew exactly what I wanted to do for my lasagna roll-ups, a mushroom and kale lasagna with creamy white sauce. For the filling I went with some easy sauteed mushrooms and kale along with some parmesan mixed into ricotta cheese and some of the creamy white sauce.

Entertaining with Thanksgiving Recipes from Wisconsin Cheese By Tieghan of Half Baked Harvest Celebrate the approaching winter season with this appetizer from Tieghan of Half Baked Harvest. Caramelized Butternut Squash and Gorgonzola Crostini is the perfect seasonal bite with butternut squash, thyme, sage, cranberries and Wisconsin Gorgonzola Cheese. Kale Salad with Butternut Squash, Chickpeas and Tahini Dressing One of my favorite parts about cooking is gathering inspiration from different sources and then bringing them together into one, big recipe creating party. Normally, salads can have the tendency to be predictable, maybe even a bit boring. But if I’m going to sell my husband on the idea that a salad for dinner once a week so we can become part of #meatlessmonday, the salad needs to be hearty and full of flavor.

Crispy Quinoa Patties. - Sallys Baking Addiction These simple crispy quinoa patties are so versatile. They’re a great meatless option that even meat eaters will love. Play around with your favorite vegetables and spices. Makes great leftovers! Date Sweetened Horchata It’s almost Cinco de Mayo! Yahoooooooooo! Did you ever celebrate Cinco de Mayo growing up?

5 Creative Ways to Use Chia Seeds By What To Eat Published Apr 21, 2015 Chances are, you’ve heard all the rumblings about chia seeds: The tiny powerhouse is touted for it’s omega-3 fatty acids, protein, and fiber content. In fact, each tablespoon packs in 2.3 grams of protein and almost 5 grams of fiber, plus a dose of calcium, vitamins A, B, C, and E, and antioxidants. No wonder they’ve been celebrated as a superfood for both your heart and your skin!

How to Make Dairy Free Ice Cream - Vegan Dessert Recipes It's always more fun to DIY. Every week, we'll spare you a trip to the grocery store and show you how to make small batches of great foods at home. Today: Ashley McLaughlin from Edible Perspective's homemade coconut milk ice cream will change the way you think about vegan ice cream forever -- and that's a fact. Thick, creamy, lightly sweetened ice cream is one of my all-time favorite desserts, and when choosing a flavor, I almost always pick vanilla. Maybe that sounds completely boring, but the simplicity gets me every time. Plus, vanilla ice cream is a blank canvas for all sorts of toppings.

Toasted Coconut Brussels Sprouts I think we’re all still pretty shocked that I actually enjoy brussels sprouts. And! Let’s take a moment thank the heavens above that I do or else… nary a vegetable would cross my lips.

Related: