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Cauliflower Pizza Happenings

Happy Wednesday W+A readers! Its been a bit since we have posted, but we've been busy cooking and loving our new Instagram account! Be sure to follow us @whiskeyandaprons to see all of our delicious eats and cocktails we got going in ;)  This past weekend was Valentine's Day, so we decided to head out Saturday night when it would be less busy. John made reservations at one of our favorite restaurants on the water, Louie's Oyster Bar & Grille. We had a delicious meal followed by some sweet desserts. It was the perfect evening out!

Sunday night I decided to cook John and I dinner. Everyone has been crazing over the cauliflower rice from Trader Joe's but it is impossible to score some. I've also heard they limit each customer to two bags at a time. So after striking out twice, I decided to rice my own cauliflower and make some yummy cauliflower crust. I will admit, it was a bit time consuming but so worth it. Here's what you will need to make your own.


-1 whole head of cauliflower
- 1 container of non-fat plain Greek yogurt
-1 egg
-garlic powder
-Italian seasoning
-part skim mozzarella cheese
-pizza sauce and toppings of your choice


Cut your florets into small pieces and use your food processor to chop all of your cauliflower. Once all riced, boil a sauce pot with about 1 inch of water. Once water comes to a boil, throw in your rice for 5 minutes. Strain your rice but make sure not to shake your strainer too hard or you may lose some! Once all of the water is drained, take a thin dish cloth and pour your rice onto the cloth and wrap up into a ball. (This is when John's strength came in handy!) Ring out all of the water from the rice. You will be shocked how much empties out! Once you have rung out most of the water, place your rice into a bowl and add 1/2 cup of your non-fat yogurt, 1 egg, 2 tbsp salt, 2 tbsp pepper and add garlic powder and Italian seasoning to taste. Mix all together very well. In the meantime, pre-heat your oven on 400 degrees. Make sure to line your cookie sheet with parchment paper or your crust may stick. Roll out our crust with your hands and start to form in whatever shape you like. I did mine in a square and rolled up the edges to form a crust. Once done, bake for about 35-40 minutes. You will then take out your crust and top with sauce, mozzarella or whatever you'd like!

I added ground hot Italian sausage and fresh mozzarella cheese to mine and it came out so tasty! Friend's like to top theirs' with veggies, goat cheese and even drizzle with honey and figs for a delicious flatbread. This weekend we are visiting some friends, but it will be back to cooking next week. We'll have to do a big grocery haul since we have really used up everything in the fridge this week. Will be back soon with some new recipes. Have a great rest of the week! xo


  1. Very, very, very... INSPIRING. Lol. I'll be donning my own apron (and pouring a little bit o' whiskey) and giving this a shot this week! Thank you so much for sharing :)


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