Summer Raw Flax Pizza Crust
Who would have ever guessed that you can make raw food pizza?! Guilt free pizza sounds like something unimaginable, but when it comes to eating raw foods such as this raw food pizza, you can be confident in knowing that you are eating guilt free pizza.
Put soaked flax seeds into a bowl and stir around, breaking up any clumps.
- Bell pepper - dice into pieces
- Crimini mushrooms - slice and dice into pieces
- Onion - dice into small pieces
- Garlic - mince Greens - roll into small burritos and cut strips no wider than ¼ of an inch
- Eatnuts.com Sun Dried Tomatoes - chop into small pieces
Returning to the bowl of flax seeds, stir in greens, sea salt, apple cider vinegar and Eatnuts.com Sunflower Seeds.
Add in the remaining vegetables, followed by nutritional yeast, olive oil and garlic. Mix well, making sure to mash out any flaxseed clumps.
Split the mixture in half and spread it evenly on 2 Teflex sheets (or parchment paper). Put into a dehydrator on 105 degrees for roughly 12 hours or until the top of the crackers are dry. Flip the crust over, remove the Teflex and score the crust into desired square slices.
Return to the dehydrator for another 12-24 hours until crust is completely dry. Store squares into an air tight container or plastic bag until ready for use.
Serving Suggesting: Top your Raw Flax Pizza Crust with Raw Pizza Cheese Spread and your favorite mixture of veggies. For toppings we suggest: arugula, cherry tomatoes, asparagus, zucchini, squash or your favorite vegetables.
The texture of the dehydrated Raw Flax Pizza Crust is perfectly crispy, almost like a thin crust pizza. The flavors of the vegetables, especially the green bell peppers, ignites the taste buds. Each bite is so delicious you feel like it has to be a guilty indulgence, yet at the same time, the crunch of the flax seeds and dehydrated veggies remind you that there is nothing but pure goodness in each bite.Healthy Recipes, Main Course Recipes, Beef-Free Recipes, Snack Recipes, Sunflower Seed Recipes, Vegan Recipes, Sun Dried Tomato Recipes