Wednesday, August 1, 2018

Cauliflower Rice Pizza Bowl




Whelp, it's already August and summer is just about over with. Not quite sure how I feel about that haha. I love my job and the kiddos; but man I also love being home with my own kids and doing our thing.

Another thing I love. This pizza bowl! A friend and co-worker from school mentioned how she created a pizza bowl using cauliflower rice as her base recently, and I was intrigued. And then in typical Steph fashion, I had to recreate my own. I had this for lunch the other day, and I have to say it's pretty darn delicious. In fact, I'm certain I will be adding this into my rotation for work lunches.

I made mine over the stove top, but you could heat yours in the microwave easily. Or the oven. In fact, when I head back to work; I'll probably just mix everything together in a reheatable bowl so I can quickly warm up in the lounge.

This makes enough for one serving, so just double your ingredients or more, if you're feeding the family. If you're on the fence with cauliflower rice, I promise you this doesn't even seem like you're eating a ton of veggies! But, you could begin with half regular rice and half cauliflower. Start small and work your way up.


Cauliflower Rice Pizza Bowl

Ingredients:
2 cups frozen cauliflower rice
1/2 cup chopped green pepper & onion
1 tbsp Italian seasoning
salt and pepper, to taste
1/4 cup pizza sauce
chopped pepperoni
crumbled,browned ground beef or sausage
sprinkle of mozzarella cheese

Directions:
In a medium pan on the stove, heat cauliflower rice for 3-4 minutes. Stir in chopped peppers and onion, along with seasonings. Let cook for a few more minutes. Then add in pizza sauce and meat toppings. Cook just until heated through. Before removing from heat, sprinkle cheese on top and let that set just until melted. You can place a large glass plate over top and turn off heat, and that will help the cheese to melt quickly.  Remove from heat, and serve.
Makes enough for 1 serving.

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