Cauliflower Pizza Take Two: oatmeal crumbles

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Dear Diary,

Remember the headlines about 3000 delayed flights the Wednesday before Thanksgiving?  Well, I’m sad to say that I was on one of them!  As I stood helpless and frustrated at LAX, deciding between a chocolate bar or a healthier option of nuts to keep my mind and stomach occupied for a couple hours (SFG’S, you all will be proud to know that the pistachio’s won ;)), a copy of shape magazine caught my eye… Hey!  How else is a gal supposed to pass the time?!

As I browsed through the pages, looking for tips and inspiration, a recipe page where Oats were the main attraction caught my attention…  Oats aren’t a new trendy super food– but people are starting to use them in all kinds of ways to make a recipe even healthier and more unique.  Oats are full of healthy fiber that keep you fuller longer… and this recipe talked about making oatmeal into fo-sausage crumbles– the perfect topping to a homemade pizza!  What a cool idea!

cauliflower pizza with oatmeal crumbles

For my pizza, I use my favorite cauliflower crust!  It’s the perfect base to my favorite vegetable recipes!  Check out my past post on how to make it!  Bake the crust on it’s own in the oven for at least 30 minutes…

Oatmeal crumbles: cook oatmeal the old fashion way (1/2 cup in 1 cup of boiling water for 5 minutes).  Once cooked, toss in your favorite savory Italian seasoning– I added salt, pepper, garlic powder, onion powder and oregano (only a couple dashes so that the flavor isn’t too overpowering.)  Mix well and then pat down on a baking sheet.  Have the oatmeal crisp up in the oven for 10 minutes at 400 degrees.  These crumbles are an awesome addition as a pizza topping.  :)  Add them at the very end…

SFG cauliflower crust with oatmeal

Once the crust is cooked, add a layer of kale (salt and pepper is a must), and then sprinkle on nutritional yeast– cook in the oven until wilted!

kale and nutritional yeast SFG DIARY

crack eggs right on top and then continue to let cook until the egg whites are cooked through.  Sprinkle on the oatmeal crumble!  Option: add any vegetables you like, and add a little mozzarella cheese to tie the dish all together!  Lastly, when the pizza is fully cooked add some big slices of tomatoes on top!  And viola!  You’re finished!  Cut yourself a piece and enjoy!

oatmeal crumble pizza

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