The pizza is big business and a favorite of Americans (and a favorite of my kids too!).
Experts estimate that half of us eat pizza at least once a week and in our life, you will eat an average of 6,000 slices! This makes the pizza industry one year $ 37 billion and a favorite food of many people around the world.
Family Pizza Night
Growing up, I have fond memories of pizza night every few weeks (although due to budgetary constraints, often homemade).
When my husband bought a book about the history of pizza home after a book sale for our children, we decided to return -vamp this tradition with our own family
The only problem :.
I would not be making or buying pizza that only consisted of refined flour, processed cheese and vegetable oils. It was not just unhealthy, but my children would be hungry again in an hour.
Preference for pizza
Given that children ages 3 to 11 prefer pizza than any other food group when respondents and 36% of adults consider pizza a perfect food for breakfast (especially my husband), I started making a high protein content, pizza for people with allergies.
for us, this meant a gluten-free, dairy (and optional egg) pizza recipe. I also wanted one that was higher in protein and vegetables cake average.
also I wanted one that we could do from home and allow me to keep the tradition of family pizza night alive.
This pizza was the result:
My two years (at the time) named because when we saw what she said “upside down “because the meat was at the bottom. If you like to DIY, you can make your own Italian seasoning and homemade pasta sauce for this recipe
. Note: This recipe is one of 200 in my new cookbook: welfare Mama Cookbook: 200 Easy to prepare recipes and time-saving tips for the busy Cook. You can preorder on Amazon or find out more about it here . 12/27 comes in and I’ll be sending some special bonuses pre-order any person who orders before it is released. Thank you very much
Allergy, Dairy pizza recipe :!
reverse Dairy Pizza recipe (+ Cookbook Preview!)
Author: welfare Mama
type of recipe: main
- 1 tablespoon
- 1 small onion
- mushrooms 4 ounces, fine
- ½ cup pitted black olives
- 1 green pepper, seeded and sliced
- 2 pounds of ground beef
- 2 eggs (can be omitted for allergies)
- 1 teaspoon salt and black pepper
- 1 tablespoon Italian seasoning
- 4 ounces cooked Italian sausage, ham or sausage (if desired)
- 1 cup prepared pizza sauce
- Preheat oven to 450 degrees F. Grease a lip baking sheet with olive oil and set aside.
- Thinly slice onion, mushrooms and olives. Place in a medium bowl with the pepper and set aside.
- Place meat, eggs, salt, pepper and Italian seasoning in another medium bowl and mix well by hand until incorporated.
- Spread the meat mixture on the prepared cookie sheet.
- roll or press the meat into the baking sheet until flat and spread to the edges.
- Place in oven and bake for 10 minutes or until lightly browned and most of the moisture has cooked off. This will reduce a little, which is fine, just make sure it is golden brown on the edges and not pink in the middle.
- Remove from oven and pour off any fat from meat.
- turn on the broiler.
- Spread pizza sauce on the “crust”, then top with sausage / ham / pepperoni and onion, peppers, mushrooms and olives.
- Returns the cookie sheet in the oven and watch closely. Only you need to be on the grill for about 6-8 minutes. Alternatively, you can simply leave the oven to 450 ° C for about 10 minutes if you prefer not to use the grill.
- Cook until lightly browned ingredients. Remove from oven. Allow to cool for three minutes, cut and serve.
This is really good cold as leftovers for lunch. It has a texture similar to a protein pizza more! To make personal pizzas, meatloaf in small circles (4-5 inches) rather than a big scab. If you tolerate dairy, of course, you can add the cheese of choice for this recipe.
What foods Does your family like to do together?