Follower Sunday: Thank You Readership! Grocery Store Dietitian Dispels Nutritional Myths; Guest-Chef is an advocate for Cerebral Palsy with Healthy Recipes


  • 3 cups oat bran flour 1 (.25 ounce) package active dry yeast 2 T extra virgin olive oil 1 t oil (for your fingers when spreading the dough) 1 t salt 1.5 T sugar 1 cup warm water DIRECTIONS: 1) Preheat oven to 375 degrees 2) Combine and mix the flour, salt, sugar, and the yeast in a medium sized bowl. Next, add the EVOO and water. 3) Coat your hands with some oil, or non-stick spray. Use your hands to spread the dough evenly on a pizza pan, the larger the better. 4) Add topping as desired. Cook for 20-30 minutes (depending on your oven and how crispy you like your pizza!) (It sort of stuck to the side of the bowl. I just scrapped it off and put it back into the ball.) Toppings: Sauce or EVOO Mozzarella cheese (Organic, I usually buy organic dairy) (~3/4 cup) Chunks of grilled chicken (Trader Joe's) (~3 ounces) Green pepper (~1/2 cup, only on Nick's side) Spinach (~1/2 cup, only on my side) Tomato (~1/4 cup, only on my side) Basil (~1 T) Garlic (~2 t) Cayenne (~1/2 t) My Rating: 9 out of 10 ** While this pizza was AMAZING I will use a larger pizza pan the next time I make it. The pieces were really thick and that made it difficult to get the middle crust completely cooked. It was so thick I could barely eat my two pieces. ** Nutrition Facts for the CRUST Only (Serving Size: 1/8 of the pizza) ** This crust received a C+ rating, but once you add some healthy toppings, like lots of veggies and calcium-packed cheese, it will be a healthier meal!! Also, it is better than a crust made with white flour, as this one provided almost 5 grams of fiber per slice! ** Enjoy this great Wheat-free recipe from Gina! Visit Gina at The Candid RD Thank you for reading, Anthony



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