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California Pizza Kitchen is getting a low-carb, gluten-free cauliflower makeover



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Cauliflower crust has been a trendy wellness food staple for a while—but now, you can get your fix at a national pizza chain.

California Pizza Kitchen just announced, via a delicious-looking Instagram post, that it’s adding the nutrient-loaded veggie crust to its official menu.

“Cauliflower has proven itself to be this amazing powerhouse ingredient—it’s healthful, it’s extremely versatile, and, best of all, it’s delicious,” Brian Sullivan, CPK’s senior vice president of culinary innovation, told People. “As cauliflower’s popularity continues to soar, alongside a demand for vegetable-centric meal options on the whole, we were inspired to put our creative California twist to the trend.”

“As cauliflower’s popularity continues to soar, alongside a demand for vegetable-centric meal options on the whole, we were inspired to put our creative California twist to the trend.” —Brian Sullivan, CPK SVP of culinary innovation

The naturally low-carb crust—which is made with gluten-free ingredients—is currently available at a few locations in Southern California, but you can eat it up nationwide early next year…on any of the restaurant’s pizzas for an extra $2.50.

When it comes to healthy and convenient food options, 2018 is looking extra bright.

You’ll be able to order the Beyond Burger at TGI Friday’s soon. Also, here’s what you should know about Starbucks’s new almond milk drinks.

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