Friday, 18 October 2013


A fabulous and very tasty paleo pizza recipe. :)


600g of almond or rice flour
1/2 bag of yeast (approx 25g)
200ml low-fat milk (you can substitute milk with water)
1tbsp of oil (coconut or peanut oil)
salt and sugar (both for the dough and topping)
mushed tomato
oregano and thyme
toppings of your choice to flavour

Make the pizza dough as you normally do. Grab a pizza-baking tin and put baking paper in it, then put the dough in it nicely. Smooth the mushed tomato a pinch of salt, sugar, thyme and oregano on top and add some of your favourite toppings.

Bake the pizza, then serve it and enjoy!

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