This one is for all the students out there that think having to eat their regular amount of vegetables every day is boring. No, no it’s not! You can even disguise your vegetables as a pizza… 😉 So. I’ve got another grrrreat gluten free recipe for you today! This delicious pizza is made from, as the colour might give away, broccoli. What?! Yes, really! And it tastes de-li-cious.
Mmmmkay so I’ve heard that people like lists, so here’s one for you. This pizza with broccoli crust is…
- Gluten free
- Full of hidden veggies
Enough reasons yet? I should think so!
Pizza with broccoli crust
So, some of you may remember the recipe for this Spinach Pizza I posted a little while ago. It’s quite a popular recipe and I am personally quite happy to try things like that gluten free pizza, so I decided to try another one! The result was a bit different: while the spinach pizza was a tad dry this one was more moist. In fact, I added a little extra oat flour to make it drier in the future.
Also, I used homemade tomato sauce. You can find my recipe here:
Super simple chunky tomato sauce
If you like this idea, feel free to pin the photo below… And I’ll see you again soon!
- Broccoli, 1 head or around 400g
- Egg, 2 large
- Oat flour, 100g
- Salt & pepper
- Herbs (optional)
- Tomato sauce (homemade or premade)
- Grated cheese, a handful
- Salami, 8 slices
- Preheat the oven at 200 degrees Celsius.
- In a food processor, blend the (raw) broccoli until small as rice kernels. Add the eggs, oat flour and seasoning and mix through.
- The mixture should be rather solid now. Place on a tray and flatten like a pizza crust. Make sure the mixture is spread evenly. Place this in the oven for around 35 minutes, or until the dough is dried.
- Spread the tomato sauce on top of the pizza crust and place the salami and cheese on top. Place this back in the oven for another 15 minutes.