Stuffed Crust Pizza Tips


Top: Pictured is the string cheese spread around the edge of the crust after the first baking at 450 degrees for about 12-15 minutes. Make sure to let the crust cool on the stove for about 10 minutes prior to adding cheese and rolling edges over.

 

Press dough over the cheese and press down. If the crust tries to come apart, smooch and mold it to the string cheese to gold it in place.

 

Add toppings. Bake at 450 degrees for 10 minutes. If cheese starts to ooze from crust, pop pizza under the broiler for 2 minutes. Let rest 5 minutes.

This last step is different from my prior recipe, where I said to go ahead and refrigerate and then broil and then bake. Technically, it’s all the same, but I was really happy with the results of baking prior to broiling.

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  1. Cybil Solyn says:

    halp!! I’ve never made the cauliflower crust with cooked cauliflower before. So I decided to use your recipe and it taste so NOM! BUT mine was still a bit soggy and wouldn’t hold together. Any suggestions? I drained the water out of the Cauliflower after cooking, but it was still wet when I mooshed it down onto the parchment paper on top of the cookie sheet. I need advice. :)

    Thanks!

    Cybil

  2. cleochatra says:

    Hey! It should be holding together. Try draining off water after prepping the cauliflower initially and prior to adding cheese and egg.

  3. This looks awesome. Am in induction and craving cheese! Will it work with the zuchinni base or do you have to use the cauliflower?

    Thanks!

    Jess

  4. Love the look of this where can I find the recipe for this crust or is it your cauliflower crust THX. Sandy

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