Donatos Pizza is taking pizza to the next level with their new, jaw-dropping addition… Cauliflower pizza crust. Yes, you heard me right. Donatos new cauliflower pizza crust is every bit as good as their traditional, beloved pizza crust, and in ways, it is so much better.
It is lower in carbs, making it healthier for everyone who eats it without compromising the deliciousness of their edge-to-edge goodness. The cauliflower crust can be topped with any of their signature toppings but it comes with a few signature options to choose from. With varieties like their Cauliflower Garden, Cauliflower Bruschetta and Cauliflower Heat – there’s a little bit of something for everyone.
The Cauliflower Garden features a medley of veggies such as green peppers, mushrooms, onions with a special red sauce, plant-based sausage and provolone. The Cauliflower Garden had a sweet, fresh, crisp flavor that gave off the impression of eating right out of the garden.
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However, if you’re looking for a bit of bite, then look no further than the Cauliflower Heat. Much like its name, it is topped with jalapeno peppers, red sauce, plant-based sausage, and crushed red peppers with a bed of provolone and pepper jack cheese. The Cauliflower Heat is not for the faint of heart, with a decent amount of spice it gives off a fantastic flavor that is both bold and hot.
Have you given the Cauliflower crust a try yet? Have you tried any of their new special pizza options? Be sure to head to your nearest Donatos and give it a shot!
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