I hope your week has gone well so far and only continues to get better from here! Today I have a yummy, healthier pizza recipe for you! Typically, I’m fairly picky when it comes to pizza. I mean, I’ll never turn down a slice, but I definitely have my preferences. White sauce is my absolute favorite sauce on a pizza, but all of the cream, butter and cheese that goes into these sauces usually makes my stomach ache. A few years ago, I made zucchini noodles with a cauliflower alfredo sauce, and thought it would be perfect as a replacement for the white sauce on a pizza.
I was originally planning on making these pizzas on a while grain pita, but as I was walking through my grocery store, they had a display with their newest items, and on that display were packages of Angelic Bakehouse Flatzza Crusts. It was almost like a spotlight was shining on the display, and I couldn’t help myself from grabbing a pack. These Flatzza crusts are sprouted, whole grain, non-GMO, dairy free, egg free, soy free, and high fructose corn syrup free. You guys know I’m all for inspecting ingredient lists on packaged foods, and there was no exception with these crusts. These crusts passed the ingredient test, and I was thrilled that they passed the flavor test too! (This post is no way sponsored or endorsed by Angelic Bakehouse – I just really like these crusts!
Anyway, enough of my raving. These pizzas hardly took any time at all to make, and they really hit the spot. Even though the ingredients are more nutritious than those of a standard pizza, it still tasted like an actual pizza! Thankfully, the Angelic Bakehouse crusts came in a pack of five, because I’m definitely craving these pizzas again! I hope you enjoy!