House of J is my favorite place to buy non-GMO, nutrient-rich baked goods. She is committed to avoiding refined sugars, additives, and genetically modified ingredients. Ladies, she also makes lactation cookies!
Lucky for us, she also writes a blog where she includes original and organic recipes. I loved this one so much that she let me share it with you! If you’re committed to eating healthy, but need your pizza fix, this is the way to go!!
Now, I’ll hand it over to Jahna from House of J:
My families choice to eat organic is based on lots of research and some health factors that play a part in our specific journey.
For me… Finding alternatives to food I love that pack more punch when it comes to vegetables, nutritional benefit and dietary benefit is absolutely essential.
Low and behold… The cauliflower pizza craze.
When I decided I’d like to try it, I had heard it wasn’t as easy as I thought it would be. So I called in reinforcement! A friend and I decided to tackle cauliflower pizza head on and we are so glad we did because it was out-of-this-world amazing!!
(1) Take your grated cauliflower and boil it on medium heat for 3 minutes. Use a strainer to to catch it and then wrap in a dishtowel or cheese cloth. We used a few paper towels in a strainer and it worked great 🙂
(2) Squeeze ALL liquid from the cauliflower and return it to the food processor with your egg, asiago, garlic, basil and oregano.
(3) Line a baking sheet with parchment and shape “dough” into a Sicilian pie( rectangle ). Brush a little EVOO on top and bake at 450 for 20-30 minutes
(4) Add your toppings and return to the oven for another 8-10 minutes or until all your cheese has melted.
Be sure to put more seasoning on top as well! You can never have enough basil, garlic and oregano!
Cut into 8 slices and share with your friends 🙂
Jahna owns House of J and a non-profit, called Northern Colorado Mom-Owned Business Association (MOBA), which lifts moms in business up! MOBA partners with local businesses to provide discounts, retail space, and networking connections to members.
You can find Jahna all over the web- go visit her!
House of J website
House of J Facebook page
House of J Etsy shop
House of J blog
Northern Colorado Mom Owned Business Association Fb