When it comes to friday nights, I’ll be honest with you, all we feel like eating is crap! My husband gets home from a hard week at work and we just want to sit on the couch and snack on. He sips on his home brew and me with my sparkling water and lime and we chat about stuff. It’s nice.
One thing we love to add to the mix is pizza, Who doesn’t like pizza??? And its hard to get a good one. Tonight, we made a good one… WOW! It was so delicious I just cant wait to share the recipe with you! It is made with spelt flour so its easier for our bodies to digest as well as a choice to be moo cow* cheese free. But the taste is not compromised one bit, it tastes even better… if I do say so myself. We had so much fun making these together as a family, and they are so easy you will wonder why you would ever bother buying a pre-made one that is filled with crap.
Get your family together and get in the kitchen and make some super yummy pizza’s TOGETHER, because all it all, thats the best part!
- 500 grams Honest to Goodness Organic Spelt Flour
- 1 1/2 Tbsp olive oil
- 2 Tbs Gluten & Aluminium Free Baking Powder (honest to goodness)
- 1/2 tsp Salt
- 250ml water
- In a large bowl combine all dry ingredients.
- Add in oil and water and mix mix mix.
- Once mixture starts forming a dough, throw some extra flour on the bench and start kneading your dough on the bench. The dough should become quite firm and stretchy, not moist.
- Separate mixture into 4 portions and roll into balls.
- Using a rolling pin, roll flat each ball as thin or as thick as you prefer (I like them thin) to make your bases.
- Lay base onto pizza tray or baking tray and pop all your toppings on.
- Cook on preheated 200 degree oven for 15-30 mins.
MAKES 4 YUMMY PIZZA’s
Tonights Topping – Olive, mushroom and Goats fetta ( SO SO SO GOOD!)
- 1 Tbs Organic tomato paste, spread first on the base
- Clove of galic, crushed
- Tomatoes, thinly sliced
- Olives, pitted and halved
- Mushrooms, thinly sliced
- Goats Fetta
- Sprinkle of oregano
*Little P now calls dairy cheese “moo cow cheese” as thats where it comes from right? A moo cow?