Trader Joe's Cauliflower Pizza Crust

It's SO GOOD! Let's just start by saying that. A while back I made my own cauliflower crust and honestly, it's a ton of work. You can check that post out here. So when a friend told me that Trader Joe's had a cauliflower pizza crust, I made it my mission to get there and scoop some up. 

Unfortunately, I found an empty freezer case, but I wasn't leaving without asking to see if there was some in the back. Sure enough, I scored the last 2 boxes in the store. The woman informed me that this item would be out of stock until sometime in July. Apparently, they are tweaking the baking instructions and need to reprint all of the boxes, etc. 

With that being said, I agree that the directions do need to be tweaked. I am pretty sure that the cook time of 8-10 minutes is a misprint. I ended up baking mine for about 22-24 minutes and that still left parts of the center cooked, but not crispy. I have one more box in the freezer and I plan to bake the crust for about 8-10 minutes before putting the sauce and toppings on, and then add my toppings and finish off baking for another 10-12 minutes. I am hoping this will help cook through the middle more and make it crispier. I'll keep you updated.


If you haven't already given cauliflower pizza crust a try, you're missing out. The kids weren't a huge fan, but the hubby and I LOVE IT!

*This post is NOT sponsored by Trader Joe's
**The content of this post is based on my own personal experience with this product.


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