Pink pizza box. Cauliflower crust. And a little bit of attitude. How did we not know about LA’s Skinny Bitch Pizza?
We recently stumbled upon the delivery-only pizza brand and immediately ordered up a few boxes for our weekly meeting. It was love at first bite – here’s what you should know…
Yes, these are Skinny Bitch Pizza’s real pizza boxes – order one and you’ll receive it just like this to your doorstep (guaranteed to uplift that wellness documentary binge happening at your place). All Skinny Bitch pizzas come with gluten-free cauliflower crust and the pizza menu kind of kills us – here’s what we ordered:
THE AMANDA | Vegetarian. Gluten-free vegan cauliflower crust with part-skim mozzarella, cauliflower, olives, onions, mushrooms, and bell peppers with tomato sauce.
THE MARISSA | Margherita. Gluten-free vegan cauliflower crust fresh mozzarella, sliced tomatoes, fresh basil, and garlic with tomato sauce.
THE LAUREN | Vegan. Gluten-free vegan cauliflower crust with our no sugar marinara and mozzarella style almond cheese.
The highlight here is, of course, the crust. It doesn’t have the distinctive veggie texture and flavor we’re used to enduring with cauliflower crusts. Against all odds, it actually feels like we’re biting into a thick and chewy gluten-filled dough. Ingredients include cauliflower, Bob’s Gluten Free AP Flour, flax seeds, chia among other clean bits and bobs.
Before you order up, LA — the delivery-only establishment has some strict delivery rules. If you’re in Loz Feliz, Koreatown, and some parts of West Hollywood and Beverly Hills you’re deeply in luck. Order delivery whenever you’d like. For the rest of us, ordering a few days in advance is required, but well worth the extra planning. The real benefactors here are the students of USC who are in Skinny Bitch Pizza’s prime delivery range. We don’t know what kind of crige-worthy pizza delivery made it to your dorm room, but these healthy pink boxes are lighting up Greek Row to be sure.
Would you order cauliflower-crusted pizza delivered in pink boxes? Or are we just too L.A. for you now? Let us know below.