Metamorphisis of a Cauliflower

I had the left over roasted cauliflower (of which I was the only one who would eat it, seeing as it had Parm cheese on it and it was a cooked veg the hubbs nor the children would touch it, the weirdos!) But I got tired of it and wanted a pizza so I decided to make the Paula Deen wheat-less pizza crust that I have posted about before, look up I have a confession….posted on 10/21/12 for the whole recipe.

This time I decided to add a little more pesto, and turn it into a pesto pizza crust.

And here is how I did it in pictures, as you can go see the recipe on the post I have a confession….

P1040767P1040768P1040769P1040770This is part parm cheese and part mozzarella, I didn’t have quite enough of the mozzarella but it still worked.

P1040771P1040772Word to the wise, SPRAY your sheet or it will stick and you will curse yourself! Trust me!!!

P1040773P1040774 Now you can add any and all pizza like toppings and put this back into oven for another 5-8 minutes or till you cheese (if you used that and you should if it’s pizza) is melted, golden, burnt, however you like it!

I think I would add more pest next time, but seeing as I used all that I had, which was about 1/4 cup…I would probably add about 1/2 cup to really get the pesto flavor.

Enjoy!

 

P.S. Here is a picture I was able to capture of our big ice over that caused the 2 hour delay on Wednesday. Thanks to photo shop program I was able to make it look a bit nicer than the original captured picture.

Now don’t be scared it is a lot of ice, I don’t know how I handled driving in it…(can you hear the sarcasm?)

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