Pizza is a favorite food for many people, including those in our family. Today, there are fast food restaurants that let you choose the toppings for your perfect pizza. However, these fast food restaurants will have some additives in many of those pre-made ingredients that you will want to avoid.
Making pizza at home can take less time than ordering and picking up a pizza that is made for you. And, when you make your pizza, you know each whole food ingredient that you use will support your health, and not harm.
Here’s what our pizza looked like tonight:
First, the crust…
I made a quick coconut flour pizza crust with ¼ cup coconut flour, 4 eggs, 2 tbsp. water, about 1 tsp. each of garlic powder, onion powder, oregano, and parsley, and about 7 tbsp. of grated parmesan cheese and combined. I spread the dough onto a greased (avocado oil) pizza pan and baked it for about 15 minutes until the edges began to brown. I removed the crust from the oven at this point.
Next, the toppings…
I then spread a simple tomato, basil, and sea salt sauce onto the partially cooked crust and grated some hard sheep cheese and parmesan on top of that. Next, the spinach and artichoke hearts got added, and it went back into the oven, but this time under the broiler to finish cooking, which took about 4 minutes.
The pizza was served with a green salad, and that was dinner in about 30 minutes!
You can find another take on pizza here: https://globalfoodbook.com/recipes/homemade-vegetarian-pizza