If you are inclined to make your own crust there are many options. If you decide on a pre made option choose one with fewer ingredients and healthy ones. Cook according to packaging.
Again if you are transitioning to healthier choices start small. Look for a quality ingredient list in any pre made sauce. Or grab a bowl and make your own.
The point here is to get a more nutrient dense, less preserved, less processed, more flavor filled fuel in your body while having a bit of fun!
Add chopped chicken to skillet with 1 tbsp olive oil. Cook until done. Put cooked chicken in bowl and shred with fork. Stir in 4 tbsp sriracha (more or less for your personal preference).
Add vegetables and fruits to skillet for a few minutes prior to topping your pizza. You may need to start with veggies that take a bit longer to reach desired texture.
Add sauce and all toppings to your prepared crust. Cook according to crust directions. If you made your own crust cook additional 15 minutes after topping.
Add cheese. This is an optional step. If you are transitioning to healthier foods or are feeding picky eaters you can start cheesy and decrease overtime.
How delicious! Saves well in the refrigerator. For leftovers - Warm it up in a skillet on low-med for up to 10 minutes. Be sure to cover it (lid or foil).
Get creative. Try adding small amounts of new foods to each pizza as you go. Make personal pizzas allowing each family member to customize, then share slices of each one.
- For large pizza:
- 1.0 Crust
- 0.0c Bell pepper (sliced)
- 0.0c Onion
- 2.0c Spinach
- 0.0c Pineapple
- 0.0c Chicken
- 1.0c Mozzarella
- For homemade sauce
- 6.0oz Tomato paste
- 10.0oz Crushed tomatoes
- 0.0tsp Garlic powder
- 0.0tsp Onion salt
- For sriracha chicken:
- 1.0Tbsp Olive oil
- 1.0c Chicken (chopped)
- 4.0Tbsp Sriracha sauce