I think I’m making it my life’s mission to add a fried egg to anything and everything possible.
Exhibit A: this pizza. Next up on my list of things to try is savory oatmeal, but for now, let’s stick with the pizza 😉
I swear to you, this pizza is what gets me through the school day sometimes. When it’s school season (praise the lord for summer), I often doze off and think of what I want for dinner that night. Usually, if I’m not having one of my signature bowls of goods, then I’ll go for this pizza crust. There have been so many instances where pizza alone has motivated me to study, finish a paper, or even attend school in general.
I am in love with this pizza crust, and it’s not because it’s pizza. It’s because after years of trying, I’ve FINALLY found a coconut flour crust that works for me and doesn’t involve six billion eggs (I gotta save my money somewhere, and I don’t feel like buying a 1/2 dozen eggs for one recipe test). Also, it’s my first successful pizza crust in probably a year and a 1/2, so this will hold a special place in my heart.
Oh, and I guess I’m in love with the fried egg aspect of it. But who wouldn’t be? FRIED EGGS ARE FLIPPING FANTASTIC (except when the yolk breaks in the pan and you get all sad- you know that feeling? Because I do). I cannot tell you the happiness and satisfaction I got seeing the yolk run all over the plate. When I was eating this pizza, I had to dip the crust in the yolk porn on the plate and I basically died of pure joy from yolk porn. I will never understand people who hate egg yolks.
And lastly, this is pizza, and who doesn’t love pizza?
- ½ cup coconut flour
- 2 tbsp ground flaxseed
- ½ cup liquid egg whites
- 2 tbsp water
- 1 tsp baking soda
- 1 tsp Italian seasoning
- Cheese of choice- I used feta and mozzarella
- Fried Egg
- Veggies- spinach, bell pepper, tomato, etc
- 1.) Pre-heat your oven to 350 degrees
- 2.) In a bowl, combine your coconut flour, baking powder, Italian seasoning, and ground flaxseed. Mix together well to ensure no clumps.
- 3.) Next, add in the liquid egg whites and water. Mix well, and if the dough isn't to your consistency liking, add a tsp more of water.
- 4.) Spread the dough out very thin over a baking tray that's been sprayed with non stick spray. Stick in the oven for ten minutes.
- 5.) After ten minutes, remove from the oven and add your toppings. I recommend adding the spinach / greens first, then the cheese, then the other veggies, and lastly, the fried egg. I made a ring around the egg using the bell pepper and tomato to keep the egg from falling off the sides, which I highly recommend.
- 6.) Once you've put your toppings on, stick it back in the oven for fifteen-twenty minutes, or until the egg has cooked almost all the way (You wanna maintain that yolk porn 😉 ). Once done, remove from the oven, let cool for a few minutes, and enjoy!
What’s your favorite pizza topping?
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