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Trader Joe's Cauliflower Pizza Crust

Trader Joe's Frozen Cauliflower Pizza Crust Is the Best Thing to Happen to Dinner

For some people, cutting back on carbs means giving up pizza, but delicious cauliflower pizza crust recipes have made pizza withdrawals a thing of the past. Unfortunately, it takes a lot more time to make healthy pizza than it takes to walk to grab a slice. But just when we were about to say "screw it" and regress to our gluten-filled glory days, Trader Joe's surprised us with what might possibly be its best product yet: cauliflower pizza crust.

Over Mother's Day weekend, shoppers were surprised to find the special frozen pizza crust, taking to Instagram to share their excitement over this incredible news. "HOLD UP STOP EVERYTHING ALERT THE PRESS," one user wrote. "Found this at TJs this morning and seriously contemplated clearing out the entire freezer section. Super excited to try this and even MORE excited about the nutrition facts/ingredients."

Each box has six servings at just 80 calories each. The gluten-free crust is made of cauliflower, corn flour, water, cornstarch, potato starch, olive oil, and salt. Trader Joe's has made healthy eating accessible, affordable, and possible for even the worst chefs, and its newest item does exactly that and more. While the company hasn't officially announced the cauliflower crust on its new products page, we have a feeling those shelves are going to be clearing out FAST.

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Run to your local Trader Joe's to pick up the new frozen crust, and then try these yummy cauliflower crust pizza recipes.

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