Morselicious Meatless Monday-TOTAL VEG OUT Pizza recipe!

Happy MORSELICIOUS Meatless Monday!

Hope everyone had a wonderful Passover/Easter/Spring Weekend!

Any progress on your ideas to DEFEAT DIABETES?
Today, are you in for a TREAT!

I made this MORSELICIOUS vegan, gluten-free, low sodium, low sugar VEGGIE pizza

and I mean ALL veggies!

Doug and I devoured the entire dish! So, I may need to say serving size 2!

However, it would probably serve 3-4 if you served with a big green salad.

Mo’s parsley pumpkin (seed) pesto pizza with a cauliflower crust

Cauliflower Crust (note, you can also use broccoli)

2 cups of mashed or pulsed cauliflower (if you blend, make sure it doesn’t turn to pulp)

1 tbsp extra virgin olive oil/coconut/hemp(you can add more if you want a moister consistency)

1/4 cup Morselicous Mix

mix well and flatten into pie plate or baking dish.

Isn’t this carrot dish ADORABLE? Thank you, Lee! 🙂

 

Now for the toppings:

FIRST the parsley, pumpkin seed pesto:

soak 1.5 cups of pumpkin seeds in water for a couple of hours,

rinse and blend with 1/3 cup water into a creamy consistency.

Add 1.5 cup parsley,

1 clove garlic,

4 chopped green onions,

pepper to taste,

juice of 1 lemon,

2 tbsp oil of choice (I used olive)

Blend well into a pesto and store in glass jar.

Spread a generous amont of pesto around the cauliflower crust and top with

FRESH VEGGIES:

I used 3/4 cup mushrooms

3/4 cup zucchini ribbons*

3 tbsp. hemp seeds,

6 chopped sun dried tomatoes (which I soaked in hot water)

and 3/4 cup vegan cheese (feel free to add more)

Bake at 325 for 35-40 minutes, until cheese bubbles..

Note: this will not be easy to pick up with your hands like GLUTEN pizza, so carefully

serve and eat with a fork. Serve with a nice green salad.

* To make zucchini ribbons, use a vegetable peeler and voila- pretty ribbons!

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7 thoughts on “Morselicious Meatless Monday-TOTAL VEG OUT Pizza recipe!”

  1. Maura, I made this dish today with some variations and it was yummy! The crust never got hard or crunchy so my husband said it reminded him more of a casserole or torte. In place of the Daiya cheese, I tried a new recipe for vegan ricotta cheese made with soaked cashews. We will definitely make it again!

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