I have an over abundance of grape tomatoes right now. I bought waaaaayyyyy too many. I tend to do that when I see a sale on something that's not normally on sale, like organic produce and meats.
Unfortunately, these things rot. And often pretty quickly. Like, before I notice they're rotting, since I have no memory anymore (pretty sure I already told you that my kids sucked it out), and I won't remember that I need to use them...ya know...unless I notice they're rotting.
So here's a recipe I used to help get rid of them:
The crust was easy and quick. Minimal ingredients.
(The eggs should be beaten, by the way, but I ain't got no time for that crap!)
Oh and I kind of combined the two recipes in the pinned post. So the crust is cauliflower and almond meal, but the toppings are tomato, sausage and mozz.
I cooked it on a pizza stone.
I let my husband review this one because he is more discriminating than I. So...
He said the almond meal and cauliflower crust was a definite 2 pins up. I will be making it again and he liked it more than the cauliflower and mozzarella crust I normally make.
Just with different toppings.
Cuz he really didn't like the grape tomato and sausage combination. If you take that into account he gives it a 1 pin down.
But I think the crust is more important because the toppings can change to your liking.
So enjoy this pizza as you like it!