Since we never tire of pizza in our house, I have been determined to find a protein packed crust alternative. One that actually holds up a few toppings without flopping of course! This gluten free lentil pizza crust is a big win in both departments! Plus, it’s so easy to make, it’s much lower in calories and carbs than traditional wheat pizza, and tastes great! Win win win!
This pizza crust recipe is super simple to make!
Just add all the ingredients into your blender and process until completely pureed. Then pour the batter onto a pizza tray and bake! It seriously doesn’t get easier than this! In fact, traditional pizza dough is far more time consuming and complicated than this easy recipe!
Pour your mixture into the center of the prepared pizza tray, like you would a pancake. Then carefully spread it towards the edges using a silicone spatula. Try to make your crust as evenly thin as possible in order to get a crispy, firm crust. If some spots are thicker, you’ll notice they will remain a little soft when baking. But don’t worry, it will still taste great!
Bake your lentil pizza crust for about 12 minutes before carefully flipping it and returning to the oven. Use the parchment paper to help flip your lentil pizza crusts. I slide my crusts right off the pan by pulling the paper. Then I put a fresh sheet of parchment paper on the pizza tray and flip the crust over. Gently peel the original piece of parchment paper off with your hands and a silicone spatula as pictured below. Alternatively, you may grease your pizza trays, but if you’re trying to keep this as light as possible, I suggest the parchment paper route. Plus it really helps with flipping them, without breaking the crusts.
Once the crusts are baked, top your pizza with any of your favourite toppings! I like to use my Homemade Tomato Sauce and sautéed veggies. To my husband’s portion I typically add a ton of jalapenos! Just remember to precook your veggies before topping your pizzas. Otherwise they will release too much moisture and might make your crusts soggy.
I hope you enjoy this healthy pizza recipe.
Low calorie pizza that tastes great is really the best of both worlds!
I’d love to hear what you think, so drop me a line in the comments below!
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