Food, Recipes

Cali’Flour Foods – Best Pizza Crust EVER!


I love pizza. Love it. I have awesome pizza crust recipes in my Italian Cuisine Book and in my first book, Everyday Paleo. I make my own recipes now and then – because PIZZA  – but let’s get real; I’m just as busy as you are and I enjoy convenience just as much as the next gal but I want my “convenient” choices to be healthy, sustainable, and delicious! That’s a hard thing to find in our food world, especially in a pizza crust, until NOW! Several weeks ago I was at my dear friends house, Michele Laine of Inner Strength and Beauty, and we had a family pizza night – in which she introduced me to this awesome pizza crust from Cali’flour Foods found in the frozen section of one of our local health food stores. I was skeptical as I always am of such products but after cooking and consuming about 8 of them (not on my own, I had help, I promise) I was SOLD. HOOKED. CONVINCED. I was also stuffed, but with a bunch of cauliflower, and all the awesome toppings that we put on top of this even awesome-er crust!


JGF_5328-1After we ate and basked in the glow of Michele’s totally trashed kitchen, I happily sipped my wine, and then decided to really examine the package of this magical crust a little closer. HOLY GUACAMOLE – I know who this lady is who created this crust! I’ve known her for years, a great woman in our little community, right here in Chico, and I had no idea she was cauliflower crusting the heck out of this product and – it’s so good, and I don’t have to make it! Just top it, eat it, and love it. I immediately sent this woman (founder Amy Lacey) a text – met her for coffee and proceeded to yell and scream (hug and chat) at her for not clueing me in to her amazingness! I’m’ so grateful I stumbled on this product however, because now I can share it with YOU, because YOU can order it online!!! Aren’t you lucky…


After telling Amy that I wanted to share her crust with the world, she graciously donated more crusts to my cause, and we recently had another epic pizza night – and got totally groovy with our toppings. Our favorite was topped with above Michele’s Skillet Fennel Balsamic Chicken recipe with the addition of a little Parmesan and mozzarella cheese, and I’ve made this since that night (yes, I know, that’s a lot of pizza nights) with some added fresh figs baked on top and some red chili flakes. Devine. To die for really; and when you make the Fennel Balsamic Chicken you can double down on the batch and have two meals in one!

We also took a few topping ideas from Everyday Paleo Italian Cuisine and ran with it!  Here’s a few of our favorite combinations:

Toppings Option 1:

Pesto for the sauce

Spicy Italian Sausage

Artichoke Hearts

Cherry Tomatoes

Parmesan Cheese



Toppings Option 2:

Fennel Chicken (From InnerStrengthandBeauty)



Fresh Basil

Sliced Figs – optional

Red Pepper Flakes – optional


Toppings Option 3:

Classic Margherita Pizza

Red Sauce



Cherry Tomatoes


Toppings Option 4:

Red Sauce


Spicy Sausage

Caramelized Red Onion and Red Bell Peppers

Artichoke Hearts

Fresh Basil



Now go get your pizza making on and let me know what you think about this amazing new Cauli’Flour Foods Pizza Crust!!




Sarah Fragoso

Sarah Fragoso is an international best selling author of 6 books, co-owner of the Chico, CA based gym JS Strength and Conditioning, and founder of the Everyday Paleo franchise. Sarah is the co-host of the popular Sarah and Dr. Brooke Show podcast and she also conducts workshops and retreats on the subjects of nutrition, lifestyle and fitness.

Her message is from the heart and she carries a genuine desire to help other families looking for guidance. These attributes have contributed to her successes and provide the drive to keep the discoveries coming.

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  1. What a great article! I love Califlour Pizza Crusts! They are the bomb! Iam surprised that you did not mention the co-owner/ co-founder Dana Grant who created this product? We all know and love her for her amazing recipes

    1. Hi Kim! So glad you liked the article – I don’t know Dana, I have a personal relationship with Amy – but I’m sure Dana is fabulous! The crusts are AWESOME!

  2. Tina Kuhl says:

    This is a wonderful article, but it is missing Dana Grant. This is very disappointing. Did you do your homework?

    1. So sorry, but I do hope this article helps with selling some of these wonderful pizza crusts – I wrote about who I knew about and a product I like – I’m not a paid marketer, just a food blogger who wanted to share a yummy product – simple as that! For more information about this product, I linked to the website!

      1. Janine says:

        Hi there, how do you make the Cauliflower crust?

        1. It’s not a recipe, as described in the post, it’s a product that you purchase. You can order it online. As stated in the post, it’s made by a company called Cali-Flour Foods. Here’s the link again. I hope that helps and enjoy! 🙂

  3. Donna Stannard says:

    I’m really glad to see you include mozzarella and parmesan cheeses in your Paleo ingredients! I have been obsessed with cheese since a young child, and although I have cut it way down in the last year, I just can’t give it up completely. I can’t wait to try this crust, and I’ll try your topping suggestions.

    Off topic, can someone recommend a good Paleo-approved ‘angel hair’? I’m a pasta fanatic and that’s what I’m having the most trouble with. I’ve cut it out, but I miss it dearly. I’ve read up on the ‘Better Than…’ pasta line, but I still think there must be *something* better out there. Maybe your friend will branch out into the Cali’Pasta line?? 🙂

    1. Hi Donna! I personally am totally great with zoodles, or zucchini noodles and my Spiralizer has an “angel hair” setting that makes the zucchini noodles really tiny like angel hair. Also, Cappello’s makes a great grain free pasta – but there’s not an angel hair options, but I do love their stuff!

      1. Hi, I confess that I am a bit confused as to why cheese is included in the recipe? Is the cheese grass fed organic? I have been loving everyday paleo, but was under the impression that the paleo plan is grain free, dairy free, and sugar free? (With the exception of grass fed organic ghee, grass fed organic butter, and grass fed organic cream). I would welcome further insights to your stance on dairy.

    2. Lisa Unruh says:

      Costco has edamame noodle that are FANTASTIC! They’re not as thin as angel hair, but definitely satisfy my pasta cravings!

  4. Julie says:

    Love this pizza crust! Thank you for giving us ideas on topping options. Your iconic membership of the health and wellness community speaks volumes to the quality of the pizza crust! Cant wait to try Option 1!

    1. Thank you so much Julie!!!!

  5. Jessica V says:

    Love this crust. Had it at the pizza place inside New Earth. Was delicious.

    1. Yay! I know, it’s so darn amazing!!!!! Pizza for the WIN!

  6. Gail Parent says:

    How can this be Paleo pizza when there is no dairy on Paleo? This pizza has cheese…..

    1. I never claimed it was paleo! I’d like to refer you to my post about my food philosophy and why I switched my site from Everyday Paleo to Sarah Fragoso. Hopefully that clears things up! Have a wonderful day!

  7. Jennifer Johnson says:

    I know – Yay for Pizza!! I tried it as well after seeing an ad in Edible Butte. It was delish and I’m happy to have found it. I met up with you at TJ’s a few weeks ago – you were on your way to a concert in Berkeley with the kids. Just found your site after listening to your recent podcast with Abel James (he’s so cute!!!) I’ll be in touch soon to book with your hubs for an assessment. Just wanted to say how nice you are in person and happy to know you are in Chico – just a hop -skip – and jump away.

    1. Hi Jennifer! Thanks so much for saying hi and yes, I remember meeting you at Trader Joes! Hope to see you soon at the gym!

  8. Our local health food store has a pizza counter and I ordered one of these the other day when I didn’t have time to cook. It was amazing! I got a cauliflower crust with garlic sauce, cheese, olives and carne asada and it was delicious! Not cheap, but filling and healthy. It tasted so good I questioned how it could be wheat-free.

  9. Wow! This is an amazing pizza recipe. Can you suggest an alternative to cheese?

    1. I would just omit the cheese if you don’t want to eat any dairy!

  10. Bernice says:

    OMG!!! Your pizza is everything. I think I can eat this in one sitting. I would love to do this over the weekend. Thanks for this article!

  11. Looks and tastes delicious! I tried it out and it turned out perfectly yummy. Thanks for sharing this tasty recipe, I’m adding it to my collection.

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