If there was one pizza made with cauliflower pizza crusts that you had to eat every day for the rest of your life, this would be the one.

Being a cauliflower pizza crust company means that there are certain elements in which we must always be at our best; customer service, our fine ingredients, attention to detail, maintaining high standards as ambassadors of Keto, Low Glycemic, or Low Carb Diets, and finally - making a pepperoni pizza. It is such a simple pizza pie, that some can miss the target in sauce-to-cheese ratio, crispiness, and just the right amount of pepperoni to ensure you go get one in every bite! Yum, we're getting hungry just talking about it - let's get started!

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INGREDIENTS:

  

INSTRUCTIONS: 

Step 1:

-Preheat the oven to 375¬ļ

-Take one Cauliflower Pizza Crust and lay it flat on a wire baking rack

Step 2:

-Apply 2 tablespoons of pizza sauce, spread evenly around pizza crust

-Add half cup of shredded mozzarella cheese

-Add pepperoni to your preference

Step 3:

-Place wire baking rack & pizza in oven for 7-10 minutes (depending on your oven, watch it carefully) until cheese is bubbling and crust is crispy.

Step 4:

-Pull pizza out of oven, let sit for 3-5 minutes

 

Serve and Enjoy!

 

Expected prep time: 5-10 minutes

Expected cooking time: 7-10 minutes

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MACROS:

Calories: 304

Protein: 18 grams

Carbs: 17 grams

Total Fat: 16.7 grams

10 comments

  • @Kim
    You can try a frying pan, toaster oven with a tight woven rack, standing toaster or an air fryer. An air fryer at 400 for 5-7 minutes for our Sandwich Thins and 7-9 minutes for our Pizza Crusts should be perfect. Another tip would be to crisp up the Sandwich Thins or Pizza Crusts a bit before adding sauce/condiments and toppings

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  • @Michael
    We don’t have specific recommendations with a pizza stone but here are some cooking tips we have below. Just copy and paste the link into your browser.

    https://www.outeraislegourmet.com/pages/cooking-tips

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  • @Linda
    they can be frozen for up to 6 months.

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  • Why is this recipe so high in carbs?

    Bonnie on

  • How well does a pizza stone work instead of wire rack?

    Michael Horst on

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