Sweet as Pie

Happy Friday my pudding pies!

Chocolate Pomegranate Dessert Pizza 3

Or should I say pizza pies? πŸ˜‰

But {obviously} that’s no ordinary slice of pizza…

That’s DESSERT pizza on a sweet crust made from…CAULIFLOWER!

Strange But Good S2TT

Oh yeah, it’s freaky #strangebutgood Friday time!

Be sure to hop on over to Laura’s blog at Sprint 2 the Table and check out all the other curious concoctions my fellow weird foodies have created this week! :)

And speaking of Laura, not only did I get a chance to frolic around the better delicious part of Atlanta with her last weekend, but she also inspired me to create today’s recipe.

Have you tried her Cauliflower Pizza Crust?Β Well, if you haven’t, you should…because it’s flippin’ delicious…and THEN you can make mine for dessert!

Chocolate Pomegranate Dessert Pizza 2

Bring on the veggies! πŸ˜‰

Cauliflower Crust Dessert Pizza

by Heather @ Kiss My Broccoli

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 10 minutes

Keywords: bake dessert snack breakfast high fiber cauliflower #strangebutgood

Ingredients (Serves 1)

  • 1/4 cup rolled oats
  • 1/2 cup “riced” cauliflower (pulsed in food processor until fine)
  • 1 egg white
  • 1/4 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 5-7 drops liquid stevia (or other preferred sweetener)

Instructions

1. Preheat oven to 425Β°F.
2. Place oats in a small blender or food processor and pulse for 2-3 seconds (you want some of the oats to remain whole).
3. Place processed oats to a bowl, add remaining ingredients and stir well.
4. Transfer “dough” to a parchment lined baking sheet and spread/shape into a circle about 1/4 inch thick.
5. Cover with another piece of parchment paper.
6. Bake for 5 minutes, removed parchment, flip and bake another 5 minutes.
7. Run to the fridge, grab your toppings and go nuts!

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Nutrition facts for crust only:

Sweet Cauliflower Pizza Crust Nutrition Facts.jpg

Dessert doesn’t get cleaner than THAT, folks! πŸ˜€

Sweet Cauliflower Pizza Crust EdgeThe texture is tender and chewy…kind of like an oatmeal cookie, but this is definitely NO crumbly cookie!

Sweet Cauliflower Pizza Crust

And you can’t even TELL there’s veggies hidden inside…I promise!

Now, the only question that remains is WHAT to top it with?

Chocolate Pomegranate Dessert Pizza 1

Maybe you’re feeling like some chocolate?

Topped withΒ eggfruit puddingΒ (dark chocolate puddingΒ would also be great), pomegranate seeds, coconut, and almonds.

Lemon Blueberry Dessert Pizza

Or perhaps your feeling kinda fruity?

Lemon Blueberry Dessert Pizza SliceCrust made with lemon stevia (can use lemon extract) and a bit of lemon zest and topped with thawed frozen blueberries blended with Greek yogurt and coconut flour, more blueberries, coconut, almonds, and a bit of lemon zest.

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But then again, maybe you’ll just go with chocolate! πŸ˜‰

Chocolate PB Banana Dessert Pizza SliceCrust made with one tablespoon of dark cocoa powder added and topped with peanut flour sauce (or thinned peanut butter), sliced banana, cacao nibs, graham cracker crumbs, and healthy chocolate sauce.

PB&J Dessert PizzaAnd while you’re at it, how about whipping one up for the kiddos!

PB&J Dessert Pizza SliceStandard crust topped with Greek yogurt, thinned mixed berry jam, peanut butter, and chopped peanuts.

Yeah, I’ve been a bit obsessed this week…annnd I may have made one of these for breakfast…but really, can you blame me? The possibilities are endless!

I WANT THEM ALL!!!

What would you top YOUR dessert pizza with?

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38 Responses to Sweet as Pie

  1. Okay its official, this definitely tops my salad pizza. πŸ˜‰ Perhaps a salad pizza entree and cocoa peanut flour pizza dessert should be on the menu for next week?

  2. Lucie says:

    YUMM!! Delicious….and that blueberry topping looks so pretty!! Thanks for making my weekend sweetheart!

  3. Meg says:

    OMG! THIS IS GREAT!!!!!! I love it!

  4. Boy, have you been experimenting, Heather! These all look delicous. I want to try both yours and Laura’s. Have to figure the Points…they have to be less than real pizza! Have a great weekend!!

  5. My dear, dear friend… WHY are you such a brilliant mad food scientest? I am having this for breakfast as soon as I can. I may even stop at WF on my way home from the airport tonight. I bow to your #strangebutgood-ness.

    And there WILL be an egg fruit cheesecake fluff happening on top. πŸ˜‰

  6. Sloane says:

    Oh. My. God.
    I may have gotten emotional over the fantastic-ness of this post. Like tears started to well up. Sheer brilliance my girl! Thanks so much for sharing. The greek yogurt topped one sounds like the breakfast to me!

  7. Clara says:

    Yummy!!!! I can’t wait to try this!!!!! Thanks for sharing! πŸ˜€

  8. You are seriously a genius, my friend. This looks sooo good!

  9. Lee says:

    Whoa, this is genius!

  10. dessert cauliflower pizza?! I don’t even know what to do right now, I’m so impressed. I haven’t tried to make a cauliflower crust yet, but if I can make it into dessert, well then…clearly I have to try it. :-p

  11. lindsay says:

    no way no way no way! a sweet version!? oh i am sold!

  12. Ahhh they all look delicious! Cauliflower is so versatile!! My link up used it today too!
    Im definitely going to have to make one of these for breakfast tomorrow – i was planning on the ginger and pear pancakes..now i cant decide?!
    I’m gonna try making a S’mores one – regular base, marshmallow flavour greek yoghurt, chocolate sauce + cracker crumbs! πŸ˜€

  13. Wow! They’re all so pretty and looks so delicious. Fantastic idea!

  14. DUDE. This is SO up my alley!!
    I have a container of shredded cauliflower in my freezer, just waiting to be used! This would be PERFECT. (And I LOVE the nutritional stats!!)
    Genius, my dear weirdo.

  15. Your creativity never fails to amaze me! πŸ˜€

    I actually made a dessert pizza for a project back in 6th grade… but it used a graham cracker crumb crust and whipped cream mixed with jam for sauce plus fruit and chocolate drizzled on top, so it wasn’t quite as healthy as these haha. These days I would definitely go the banana + chocolate + almond butter route for topping my pizza!

  16. How odd, but looks good! Thanks for sharing all your fun variations :).

  17. Lisa says:

    Your crust looks perfect! You are too creative I love it.
    This is definitely a strange combo, but I’m pretty sure I would love it!

  18. HOLY CRAP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I am coming over there!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  19. Angela says:

    how big is the diameter?

  20. Wow, wow, wow! You are amazing with your strange yet tastey sounding recipes :)

  21. Oh my goodness- these all look amazing! I really need to try some of these.

    xx Kait

  22. So I’m pretty sure I know what you did with your cauliflower. These definitely look strange, but they also look really good. I might, just might have to try this crust sometime in the very near future. I can’t even decide which one looks better; they all look so good.

    • kissmybroccoli says:

      But wait! I bought another one! And while I’m tempted to make a dozen more of these things, your soup is DEFINITELY happening!! πŸ˜€

  23. Carrie says:

    Oh man, this has reminded me of my all-time favourite treat, DQ Treatzza Pizza. All it needs is a hearty layer of vanilla Greek yogurt, a sprinkling of Smarties, and a couple of hours in the freezer. I’m so making this.

  24. I have not tried cauliflower crust yet [I know, shame on me] but now I definitely wanna try it! These sweet little pizza pies would be fabulous for breakfast :)

  25. Such an amazing idea..particularly like the look of the last one!

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  27. Oh my goll, I have GOT to get on board this train. I wanted to just dive in and lick my screen. (Of course, I wish I had that thing like Wonka does in his factory where I can reach in and actually pull what I’m seeing out of the monitor and eat it…)

    I’m thinking some of the carob-date ‘fondue’ I made last night at my Whole Foods cooking class, plus drizzly homemade roasted maple peanut butter, fresh pears, extra cinnamon, and SPRINKLES!

    • kissmybroccoli says:

      Omg woman, you’re KILLING me!! Like seriously, my eyes just practically BUGGED OUT!! And now? NOW I’m drooling all over myself! Thank you…thank you VERRRRRRRY much! πŸ˜›

      If I had one of those little Wonka things, I would surely be 300 pounds! Bahaha! I’d have to set parental controls on my computer to detour me from specific (food) porn sites! πŸ˜‰

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  29. Carly says:

    Heather, I just made this and would like to establish that you are a genius(; The crust was perfect and I think a bbq p&j version will be coming soon! haha

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  31. OMG those look so good! Thanks for sharing!

  32. em says:

    do you have to cook the cauliflower before grinding it? or do you use it uncooked. thank you

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