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Coconut Flour Pizza

Serves: 1-2 | Prep time: 10 minutes | Cooking time: 30 minutes | Cooking Skills: Moderate
"Instead of making one big pizza trying splitting it into 4 mini pizzas for the family. You can play around with the toppings and add whatever you or your kids might like.  Coconut flour has many health benefits, It has a lot of fiber, protein, and iron, and it is good for your immune and nervous systems, your thyroid, your bones, and even your skin."  Tash x
Makes 1 pizza
80g coconut flour
1 tbsp mixed herbs
pinch pink salt
3 free range organic eggs
2 tbsp coconut cream or yoghurt 
    1 tbsp sunflower oil
    ½ red onion, finely chopped
    1 clove garlic
    200g cherry tomatoes sliced
    ¼ cup water
    3 tbsp water 
      Hard goats cheese
      Lemon zest 
        Pre-heat oven to 180 °C
        To make the base weigh out the coconut flour, salt, mixed dried herbs and pepper. In a separate bowl beat the eggs. Add the eggs to the flour mixture and once combined add the coconut cream or yoghurt.
        Line a tray with baking paper and smear a tbsp. of oil over the paper to make sure it doesn’t stick. Push the dough down onto the baking tray with your fingers. Keep pushing the dough towards the edges to make a round or oval shape. It should be about 3-5mm thick. Put into the oven for 15 minutes or until golden.
        While they are in the oven make your tomato sauce. In a frying pan put the sunflower oil, red onion and garlic and sauté on a medium heat for 2 minutes. Next add 3 tbsp of water and continue to sauté until the water is absorbed. Add the tomatoes and a further ¼ cup of water and leave to reduce for 15 minutes stirring occasionally. Take off the heat when the tomatoes have broken down and it is a nice thick sauce.
        Take the pizza base out the oven and spoon the tomato sauce over the top and then add your toppings of choice. I like grated goats cheese, sliced mushrooms. Put back into the oven for 5 minutes till the topping is melted.
        Serve with a sprinkle of herbs, zest and cracked pepper.

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        3mm isnt 3 cm :

        3 mm is 3 mm not cm

        Jan 17, 2016


        Do you mean 3mm think for the pizza base?
        3cm seems incredibly thick?
        Many thanks

        Sep 05, 2015


        I was so excited to find this recipe as I have a grain free little boy with a love of pizza. I am not sure where I went wrong but my first attempt following your instructions to the letter resulted in a 3cm thick cracked base (it didn’t spread). I added a bit more coconut cream to the second attempt and made it thinner but although it looked like a pizza it has a soggy bottom ?. Any ideas where I might have gone wrong? I would love to get it right!!

        Aug 31, 2015

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