Feta cheese pizza toppings and Outer Aisle’s cauliflower crust are a match made in heaven! The salty feta cheese mixed with mozzarella and some chopped tomatoes pairs perfectly with Outer Aisle’s soft and chewy crust. Give this unique combination a try; It’s a perfect way to switch up your pizza game!
Outer Aisle’s cauliflower pizza crust will turn into your go-to ultra-low-carb crust if you eat it with the right combination of toppings. The Feta cheese pizza combination is the ideal recipe for Outer Aisle because it brings out the best flavors of its crust.
This combination is a perfect match for some diets and health-conscious individuals. Feta cheese brings the protein and calcium, while Outer Aisle’s cauliflower crust is packed with vitamins and minerals. It’s the ultimate low-calorie, carbs, and high protein blend.
Plus, Outer Aisle’s strong veggie taste and smelly crust needs something flavorful to balance it out, and feta cheese is the perfect choice.
Just be aware that the package’s cooking instructions for conventional ovens will not lead to the best results. We recommend following our baking tips below to get the perfect pizza every time!
Here is our recipe and the instructions for the perfect Feta Cheese Pizza on Outer Aisle Cauliflower Crust:
Feta Cheese Pizza on Outer Aisle Cauliflower Pizza Crust
- 3 Tbsp Red Pizza Sauce
- 1/4 Cup Mozzarella Grated
- 1/4 Cup Feta Cheese Crumbled
- 1 Small Roma Tomato Chopped
- Preheat your oven to 425°F
- Put your crust in the oven for 1-2 minutes of pre-baking
- When pre-baking is done, start topping the crust
- Spread the pizza sauce
- Layer the sauce with mozzarella cheese
- Top the mozzarella with the crumbled Feta Cheese
- Add the chopped roma tomato
- Place the pizza in the oven for 8-10 minutes of baking
- For crispier crust, you can broil the pizza for about 1 minute post baking
- Once the crust is out of oven, let it cool down for 2 minutes
Outer Aisle Cauliflower Pizza Crust Baking Tips
Outer Aisle crust packaging has cooking instructions for home ovens and air fryers. We followed the oven instruction and learned that Outer Aisle’s baking time (8-10 minutes) left the crust WAY too fluffy.
Another lesson we learned the hard way was not to top the crust with too many toppings. The crust’s high moisture content will make the pizza very flaky and it won’t stay in a recognizable pizza shape.
This will have to be an ultra-light pizza.
Our Baking Recommendations
When you take Outer Aisle’s crust out of the package, you will see icy spots on the crust and smell the moisture instantly. This makes it clear that the crust needs some prebaking to dry out the surface before adding toppings.
So, when your oven’s temperature reaches 425°F, place the crust on a baking rack and prebake it for about 2 minutes.
Then, take it out, add your toppings, and bake for an additional 8-10 minutes.
For crispier crust, add 1-2 minutes of broiling time at the end of the baking.
The outer layers of the crust may get slightly burnt, but the inside will be cooked thoroughly.
Don’t forget to keep the toppings light, including the pizza sauce.