Pizza… it’s America’s favorite. Everywhere you go, someone will be selling izza. Fast food, make your own, deep dish- you name it, American makes it. However, the one issue is the health factor. People will make the argument that “pizza is a balanced meal! You get the carbs, fats, and proteins!” Yeah, you do. But you also get a bunch of un necessary fats that does’t add to the taste whatsoever.
I’m not here to rant about America’s food industry (I have plenty to say, believe me). I’m here to share one of my recent go-to meals. Once I mastered this single serving pizza crust, I started making all sorts of pizza with it. Normal pizza, breakfast pizza, dessert pizza! Pizza galore!
This crust is extremely easy to make, and doesn’t break the bank either. It has five ingredients (one of those being water), and it’s a stick in the oven and come back kind of meal. Aka my type of meal.
INGREDIENTS (Serves one):
2/3-3/4 cup oats
1 1/4 cup hot water (Separate it to 3/4 cup and 1/2 cup)
1 tsp yeast
1 tsp baking powder
Seasonings of choice
Pre-heat oven to 450 F on bake. Combine 3/4 cup water with the yeast, and let sit for eight minutes, stirring occasionally. In a separate bowl, add oats, seasoning, and baking powder. Mix that together, and after the eight minutes, pour the water/yeast mixture into the bowl. Stir continuously for two-three minutes. After this is done, spray an oven safe pan with non stick spray, and combine the oat mixture. It will be very thick, but spread it out onto the pan. Once you feel like you can’t spread it out much more, pour the remaining hot water into the pan, and spread again. The water will be absorbed, so do not worry about that. Once you spread the oats around more (it should be thin), stick in the pre-heated oven for 20 minutes. Once 20 minutes has passed, take out of oven, add your toppings, and stick back in the oven for whatever amount of time you think it needs!
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