Simple Mills Pizza

If you’ve been reading my meal prep posts, you’ll know I have been getting my groceries from Whole Foods for the last couple of weeks. Because of this, I discovered the Simple Mills brand. Simple Mills focuses on turning whole foods into delicious food. They believe in recognizing the ingredients in your food.

I first discovered them when I tried their pizza crust recipe. Pizza crust isn’t the only option from Simple Mills. Simple Mills has a variety of baking mixes, pre-made cookies, crackers, snack bars, frosting, and more. They are known for ingredient lists with ingredients you’ve actually heard of.

I was a little skeptical at first because the pizza crust mix has cauliflower and I typically can’t stand the taste. I could smell the dough as it was cooking and I was worried I wouldn’t like it. However, after adding the sauce, cheese, and toppings, I didn’t even taste the cauliflower!

The pizza crust mix contains almond flour, arrow root, flax meal, cauliflower, baking soda, oregano, cream of tartar, and garlic. All it required was oil, apple cider vinegar, and water. It’s always great when healthy recipes are super easy to make!

All you do is whisk together the vinegar, water, and oil.

Next, you add the mix and stir together into a ball.

I created four balls because I planned on having 4 pizzas this week. Bake in the oven until golden brown.

Add your sauce, cheese, and toppings of choice and bake until the cheese is melted. Enjoy!

Sources:

simplemills.com

Published by Jes Short

I'm just a girl working on her journey to wellness, both physically and mentally.

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