Cauliflower Pizza

Ok, heres my secret to EASY cauliflower pizza! Riced cauliflower, preferably from Trader Joes, will save you so much time. Putting this blog post together I realized I didn't take many step by step photos, but you shouldn't need too many this is an easy recipe. I am not a food blogger so bare with me ;) 
  


1 cup riced cauliflower
2 eggs
about 1/3 cup of shredded mozzarella cheese
2 tablespoon grated Parmesan cheese  
1 teaspoon dried basil
1 teaspoon dried oregano

Mix all these ingredients together and form little patties on a baking sheet. Bake in oven at 425 for about 15ish minutes or until golden brown, but don't overcook because you will be putting them back into the oven with the toppings. 





they should look something like this before you put all the toppings on. Here's the part I skipped, showing you everything I put on mine. I figured everyone likes there pizza different, there isn't just one way to do it. 
I used pesto sauce instead of marinara, then topped with spinach, bell peppers, grape tomatoes, feta and a little more mozzarella. I put the pizza back in the oven for maybe 5 minutes, just to let the cheese melt and topped with crushed red peppers after because I like my food spicy!!
That's it!!! Now here's, probably more than necessary, a few pictures of the same thing at different angles (LOL). 
Enojy!!!







Blueberry crumble muffins


I am not a baker. However, I do enjoy baked goods. I found this recipe for blueberry crumble muffins the other day on PINTEREST that the kids and I whipped together in about 30 minutes. I will not disclose how many I indulged in but lets just say they are pretty amazing. The perfect blend of flavors, not dry at all! 
P.S. I had them in the oven for about 20 minutes, it recommended 20-25 minutes and I used half and half instead of buttermilk because that is what I had on hand.



you can find the RECIPE HERE on my Pinterest Board.