I LOVED IT! BEN DID NOT! Actually, he thought something looked a little suspicious when I put it on the table. Poor guy--he never knows what his wife is gonna pull on him next. He knows I'm on a health quest right now, so he's extra cautious now when he comes to the table. Unfortunately, I failed to spray the pan before I baked the crust, so tugging to tear the crust away from the foil was his first clue. He actually thought it was tolerable after trying it. He wanted to know what was healthy about it, so I told him, but then he began having violent convulsions at the mention of cauliflower. Ok, not really, but he was positive he had an aftertaste in his mouth, and that I had just violated his trust in my cooking. "What kind of nut puts cauliflower in their pizza crust?!" Personally, I thought there was absolutely no flavor of cauliflower in the crust at all. Then again, does cauliflower even have a taste? The crust is not like yeast dough; it's more like a baked riced texture.
Try it, you might like it. Then again, maybe you won't. I thought it was delish, and I can't wait to eat the leftovers. Ben shudders every time I mention it. In fact, he ended up calling some good friends and asking if they had any leftovers. I think he just wanted sympathy. I can't blame him. And as he guessed they would, they did. In fact, since they were heading past our house soon, they even delivered him two beef stroganoff sandwiches, much to his delight.
Doesn't it look tasty? Have any good tips for hiding the good stuff in "bad foods"? Leave me a comment with your secret. I would love to hear, and I promise I won't tell. Leave Ben a comment with your sympathies, and I'll be to share them with him!
I'm linking up to Full Plate Thursday and Ultimate Recipe Swap.