If this isn’t the best pizza around than i don’t know what is!? 🤷♀️
- Pizza Base – The Protein Bread Co.
- Tomato paste
- crushed garlic
- 1 spanish onion
- 20g pine nuts
- Fresh kale
- Fresh spinach
- Sweet potato
- Coconut flakes
- 1 whole tomato
- Fresh Parsley
- First make your pizza base! Following the instructions on the packet mix and placing it in a preheated oven at 180 degrees. it only needs about 15mins.
- Thinly slice the sweet potato and drizzle a little oil over the top with the shredded coconut flakes. Place in the oven to roast.
- While that is cooking lightly pan fry the pine nuts and set them aside.
- Now thinly slice a Spanish onion and in a little oil fry off the onion and set it aside too.
- Cut the kale up. Seperate the kale from the stalks by cutting down either side with a sharp knife. Throw the stalks away and now chop the kale up and place it in a mixing bowl on its own. HOT TIP. In order for kale to be palatable you need to first drizzle a LITTLE nit of olive oil over the top with some grinded pepper and salt. Then what happens next is the most important part. You need to “massage” the kale, rubbing in the oil and releasing the antioxidants from the leaves until it is a nice dark green!! The reasons as to why I chose these toppings is also important and will explain at the end of the recipe.
- Add the spinach to the kale mix.
- Chop up the tomato into small squares and add the parsley and pine nuts to it with some s&p.
- Once the base is cooked and ready to be pulled out spread the tomato paste on top and add the toppings, layering as you go. Start with the greens first and work your way up! The best part for the kids to help!
METHOD TO MY MADNESS
Like I said before there are reasons as to why I chose these particular vegetables. One garlic and dark greens are better absorbed and the nutrients are more available when they are “broken” before eating them. Hence why I added the kale, spinach, parsley and garlic cloves. The nutrients are more available and easier for the body to absorbed once they are ingested. As for red, purple and orange vegetables they are better raw hence why I didn’t cook the tomatoes, they stayed all natural. These coloured vegetables are great to improve the blood, circulation and vision. All very beneficial for our bodies, the less we do to our food and the less our body has to work to break it down the more beneficial it becomes and our health improves and our bodies can work on burning fat rather than breaking down nasty chemicals and ingredients.
Coach B -xx-