11 oz pkg
Cauliflower, Brown Rice Flour, Rice Flour, Water, Corn Starch, Tapioca Starch, Sunflower Oil, Egg, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Sugar, Baking Powder (Sodium Acid Pyrophosphate, Sodium Bicarbonate, Corn Starch, Monocalcium Phosphate), Xanthan Gum, Yeast, Vinegar, Salt.
Contains: egg. Manufactured in a facility which also processes: tree nuts, soy, milk.
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One gram of sugar per serving. 0 g trans fat. Per Serving (52 g): 170 calories; 0.5 g sat fat (3% DV); 180 mg sodium (8% DV); 1 g sugars. 170 calories per serving. Certified Gluten-Free. Low in saturated fat. Low in cholesterol. Crust made with real cauliflower. Two pizza crusts per pack. Not ready to eat. Why Caulipower? As the mother of two young sons who avoid gluten, I bought all the gluten-free breads, cereals and pizzas their growing bodies could desire, but grew concerned when I read their nutritional facts compared to the gluten-full alternatives. I soon discovered the benefits of making foods, like pizza, at home by using cauliflower, but I became frustrated by how much time and mess were involved in the process. That's when I knew I had to do something. Introducing Caulipower. Made with cauliflower, Caulipower pizzas and crusts are delicious and nutritious. It was created for anyone who isn't willing to sacrifice taste or who has "given up" on pizza. Oh, and it's gluten-free. Now that's a powerful idea. Caulipowerful. - Gail Becker, Founder and CEO, Caulipower. Follow us on social! (at)caulipower. Facebook. Instagram. Twitter. Pinterest. Find lots (and lots) of pizza recipes at: eatcaulipower.com. Caulipower Proudly Supports OneSun: As part of its mission, Caulipower supports the health of children by contributing a percentage of sales to the creation of vegetable gardens in schools throughout the country.
Cooking Instructions: Preheat oven to 425 degrees F. Remove crust from box, overwrap & cardboard. Layer crust with your favorite toppings. Cook topped crust on the middle rack. In Conventional Oven: Cook until cheese is golden brown and crust is crispy, typically 11-13 minutes on average. In Convection Oven: Cook until cheese is golden brown and crust is crispy, typically 7-9 minutes on average. Product must be cooked thoroughly to 160 degrees F for food safety and quality. Do not allow the pizza to thaw before placing in the oven. Place in oven frozen. Your oven temperature may vary so adjust baking time & oven temperature as necessary. Pizza is done when the cheese is melted, slightly brawled and the edges are golden brown. Keep frozen.