Garden Vegetable Pizza with a 4 Ingredient Crispy Garlic Whole Wheat Crust || (Vegan, Fat-Free, Oil-Free, Sugar-Free, Dairy-Free, Egg-Free)
I love pizza. Who doesn’t?! It’s one of those foods that tops the list for just about everyone. Unfortunately it also tops the list of unhealthy, fat-filled, processed junk foods that we get to feel guilty about eating immediately after. Most pizzas are covered in sugary sauces, cheeses high in saturated fat, and greasy processed meats that literally pile on pounds. This is definitely not a meal you’d typically think of as being healthy, full of good complex carbs, bright colored vegetables, deep leafy greens, and packed with cell-fueling, cancer fighting ingredients. Well let me introduce you to my version!
This crust has just 4 simple ingredients. Let’s get to the recipe!
3 cups organic whole wheat flour
1 cup + 2 tbsp warm water
1 packet rapid rise yeast
2 tsp garlic salt
Chopped red bell pepper
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Are we lovers lost in loneliness
together in our loss?
Do we ache for who’s already gone,
or one who waits at home?
Will you ever fill that gaping hole
in a heart still out at sea?
Will stones viewed from your window
obscure your view of me?
Confide in me your heartache,
share your pain
with one whose heart you hold.
Let not the lost replace the living
love is meant for giving.
‘too soon we’ll sing the triumph song
one band united, all are free
“one in hope and doctrine
one in charity’
The last four lines from Onward Christian Soldiers
written by Sabine Baring-Gould in 1865
chek out this raw vegan recipe by green eyes
On June 1, I started a 14-day Raw Challenge inspired by Fully Raw Kristina. So when I had a brunch date with my girlfriends, I was sure to make a salad to satisfy everyone and start my challenge off right!
The creamy avocado dressing paired with the sweet mango, crunchy corn, and mint leaves really bring this all together. Next time I’m making twice the portion (because I want seconds!).
Corn, cut fresh off cobb
Red pepper, diced
1. Prepare all veggies and put in a big bowl.
2. Put the avocado in a separate bowl and mash with lemon juice and salt until creamy. Add water to thin it out (to the texture of a creamy salad dressing). Add cayenne pepper (or black pepper or jalapeno) to taste.
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