Best Ever Cauliflower Pizza Crust Recipe


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I was in the kitchen whipping up some cauliflower crust pizza and decided to snap some pictures of the process.

The first thing I did was roughly chop a medium sized head of cauliflower. Next, I pulsed small batches of it in my food processor until it was fine and crumbly. The cauliflower will stick to your hands so this is the best tool to get it out of the food processor and into a large bowl.
Next I cover my bowl with a clean kitchen towel and microwave the cauliflower on high for one minute. Now to let it cool. In the meantime, I begin cooking the Italian sausage for my husbands half.

Once the sausage is done, the cauliflower should be cooled. Using a kitchen towel or cheesecloth begin squeezing the liquid from the cauliflower a little bit at a time.

Once all of your cauliflower is squeezed as dry as possible, it's time to start creating the cauliflower pizza dough.

You'll Need:

  • 1 egg
  • 1/2 cup of Parmesan cheese
  • 1/2 cup of mozzarella cheese
  • 1 tablespoon of Italian season
  • 1/2 teaspoon of garlic powder
  • a few sprinkles of cayenne pepper 


Add all of those ingredients to the bowl, and using the rubber spatula I told you about, begin mixing everything together.

Next, line your pizza pan with parchment paper, then use your rubber spatula to scrap everything from the bowl onto the paper.
Using your rubber spatula or your hands, begin pressing and forming the cauliflower mixture to the circumference of the pan.

Now it's time to brown your crust. Pop this in the oven on 400 degrees for 12-15 minutes until golden brown.

Take it out and add your desired topping and bake at 400 degrees for 40 minutes.
This pizza is absolutely delicious and way better for your waistline than traditional pizza with a flour crust.




Update Your Vinyl Flooring with Paint


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Remember that time I painted the vinyl floors in my bathroom as a frugal way to update floors? 

Well, I'm at it again, only this time it was last minute so the pictures aren't as clear. Nevertheless, you can still get an idea of the drastic change. 

We'd already pulled up the carpet from off of the stairs and painted them brown and white. We intend to redo the foyer floor, but hadn't gotten around to it yet with all of the other projects we're working on.

As you can see, the vinyl is discolored from over ten years of wear and tear. Although there's usually a rug here at the front door, I was just tired of the way the floor looked and decided to paint it for now.

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Easy 7 Up TEN Limeade Recipe for Family Game Night


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This #drinkTEN shop has been compensated by #CollectiveBias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone.


This weekend we had friends over for dinner and board games. We were in charge of meat and beverages so I picked up some chicken, burgers, hot dogs and 7Up Ten at Kroger. 
To make serving simple, I placed all of the eating utensils in one location on the counter and the food on another section of the counter.



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Den Shelf Styling Tour


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I had some time this weekend to do some decorating while my husband watched football. 

The first thing I did was bring out my fall decor magazines. 
Looking through seasonal decor magazines, gives me a lot of inspiration.

Inspiration was something I needed since I'd just thrifted a shelf and needed to style it.

I began by putting the warmer weather themed decor magazines closer to the bottom shelf and the cooler weather decor themed magazines closer to the top shelf.

The next thing I did is look around the house to see what I could place on my new shelf.

Starting from the top here's a tour of what I used to decorate.

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Target: FREE + MONEY MAKER Tresemme, Suave and Playtex Tampons Scenarios


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Buy 9 Tresemme at $3.99 each
(Get a $5 Target gift card when you buy three)
= $35.91
Buy 2 Suave Styler $2.74 each
= $5.48

Subtotal $41.39

Use get $10 when you spend $40 TQ (Text BRANDS4 to 827-438)
Use (4) $5/3 TRESemme Q
Use (2) $2/1 Suave Q

Final $17.39 (Pay out of pocket or using previous Gift Cards)

Get back $10, $5, $5, $5, Target Gift Cards = $25

$7.61 MONEY MAKER!!

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