Always trying different gluten free pizza crusts.
This one was made by Schar.
I opened the box and found that it’s sort of a thick crust.
Now, what to put on top to test this crust?
How about garlic.
And sweet potatoes. We have plenty of those.
I think that’s a great idea. But what else?
Alright, I’ve found a few things for pizza topping.
Start with a layer of cottage cheese,
Then sweet potatoes, parsley,
Red Gold diced tomatoes with green chilies but not too many of them if you’re a wimp like me.
Some sausage slices,
red onion slices,
a bit more cottage cheese,
and top with shredded cheese.
Bake at 450 until topping is cooked and cheese is melted, 15 minutes or more.
Here is a pull back shot of my set up. North facing window light on my right, and a home made reflector to bounce light back onto the pizza from the other side.
Up close you can see the light on the left coming from the reflector.
Anyway, that’s how I did it. And now I think I’ll stop to eat some pizza.
Oh this is good!
P.S. the orange stuff is the left over sweet potato slices baked as sweet potato chips in the oven while the pizza was baking.
Broccoli Sweet Potato Pizza
- sweet potato sliced extra thin
- cottage cheese drained
- diced tomatoes with green chilies
- sausage sliced
- garlic sliced
- parsley minced
- broccoli florets
- red onion sliced
Pre heat the oven to 450.
arrange cottage cheese, sweet potato slices, parsley, garlic, diced tomatoes, sausage slices, red onions, broccoli florets, and cheese onto crust. Bake until topping is cooked and cheese is melted, 15 minutes or more.