Breadless Pizza

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The spiralizer goes far beyond making just pasta-type dishes, but who would have thought it could make such things as pizza!

I love the idea of making homemade pizza, right down to the crust. But all that measuring and mixing and kneading and rising is a little too cumbersome for me. This spiralized potato pizza crust, on the other hand, can literally be as simple as two ingredients. The added bonus: it’s completely flourless!

Ingredients for two personal pizzas:

– 2 potatoes

– 2 eggs

– olive oil

– 2 tbsp ground flax seed (optional)

– desired spices (I used cumin and marjoram – also optional)

– desired pizza toppings

Directions:

1) Spiralize both potatoes

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2) Cook spiralized potatoes in a saucepan with 1 tbsp of olive oil, over medium heat, until slightly softened

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3) In a bowl, mix together potato noodles with two eggs, flax seed, and desired spices

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4) Press half of the potato mixture firmly into a pie tin, then quickly inverse the tin to dump the crust onto a greased cookie sheet (Note: don’t worry if the crust doesn’t hold together perfectly upon flipping, it can be remoulded into a circle using a fork);┬árepeat for second pizza crust

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5) Bake crusts at 350F until golden brown and crispy; approximately 10 minutes. In the meantime, slice and prepare pizza toppings

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6) Remove crusts from oven, top with desired pizza toppings, and return to oven to bake for an additional 10 minutes

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7) Slice with a pizza cutter and enjoy your breadless, flourless, veggie-crust pizza!

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