Homemade Pizza (using Simple Mills)
I am ALL about simple recipes that are yummy, satisfying, hearty and made with REAL and carefully chosen ingredients. Simple Mills brand makes a variety of stuff - crackers, baking mixes, cookies, and a make-your-own pizza dough - you can buy at Whole Foods, most grocery stores, online… check out their website here. After discovering this crust I have made it many times and love that I can add my own toppings and make it as versatile as I want! All you need in addition to the crust is apple cider vinegar and oil, common staples in most households (though I did have to go buy ACV).
This particular night - my friends and I made this pizza crust topped with the following ingredients:
One box of Simple Mill’s Pizza Dough
2 tbsp Apple Cider Vinegar
2 tbsp olive oil
6 tbsp water
Trader Joe’s kale pesto (another great buy!,
Mozzarella cheese (as much as you want)
Seasoned with red pepper flakes, salt and pepper
The toppings can be whatever you like - extra veg, extra cheese, some meat! And the best part is that this crust is made with 8 INGREDIENTS - Almond Flour, Arrowroot, Flax Meal, Cauliflower, Baking Soda, Organic Oregano, Cream of Tartar, Organic Garlic (all that you can pronounce). It comes out nice and thin and doesn’t fall-apart like the cauliflower alternatives. It has a nice texture to it. It’s definitely not New York or New Jersey style pizza … but it is an easy staple to keep on hand for busy nights and lazy dinners.