Tortilla or Pita Pizza. But once I started the Fast Track (a modified version of the Belly Fat Cure) we started making pizza with a cauliflower crust.
I have this once a week, the Husband even has it himself now and only the kids are left eating his fabulous. I even made if for my Mom and Sister recently, both on versions of the BFC. (They liked it, but I don't think they LOVED it).
I started with this recipe from the Examiner and modified it slightly. You can put whatever your favorite toppings are on it, preferably loading it up with proteins!
Step 1: Rice/shred fresh or frozen cauliflower. I use a cheese grater and the consistency is much better then just finely chopping it.
Step 2: Mix together the following ingredients:
2 Cups shredded cauliflower
1/2 Cup Mozzarella
1/2 Cup Parmesan cheese
garlic powder to taste
Step 3: Press the crust onto a greased pizza pan or cookie sheet. Bake for 15-20 minutes at 450. Bake the crust, without any toppings, until it is crispy and golden. This is the most important part of the process. (You can play with the cauliflower/egg/cheese ratios if this consistency isn't to your liking)
Step 4: Add your toppings, making sure to use a low sugar sauce, and then bake until they have melted. Probably about 10 minutes. Slice up and serve.
I really am a true pizza lover, I can't have just one piece, so this is a big change for me. Depending on where you are with your love of bread I think you will enjoy this healthy low carb/sugar alternative!