My boys are coming to understand food and where it comes from. They have a great dislike for meat products (McNuggets don't count, nor does pepperoni on pizza) because they come from living creatures.
Problem is, they don't really care for the high protein beans or quinoa, etc. I have been giving them options. More vegetables and grains in place of meat. If they don't like that, I'll give them some turkey lunch meat (which they hate). It has certainly been enlightening. They are realizing that it isn't so much the meat or chicken they don't like, but the time it takes to eat dinner instead of playing. Anything new is immediately refused, without even a sniff (at least for one boy you will see later in this post).
Last night, I tried to made this:
Pretty, right? Actually looks like you could pick it up and eat it. Well, here is my story for Cauliflower Crust Pizza.
The ricing of the cauliflower was easy, mixing the dough was even easier. I was pretty excited.
I patted out my crust on my pizza stone, since the stone will heat the crust faster, hoping to make it crispier.
I had extra cauliflower, so I riced that and made one bigger pizza on a sheet pan. I added corn meal to the pan in hopes it would be easier to remove.