It’s been a long time since I’ve had pizza, let alone made it myself again. Since having started bootcamp in April, I tried to stay away from that type of food, but hey, there is no reason why I can’t make a healthier version myself, right?
I bought some gluten-free frozen pizza shells, which are individual sized and perfect for a meal. Once again, I had some chicken thighs in the fridge, so on to the pizza it went.
For the sauce I used pesto, since I have an open jar in the fridge that also needs to be consumed before it goes bad. Then I layered the pizza with some baby spinach, chicken and 2 slices of dill Havarti (hmm..my favourite cheese at the moment).
Into the oven it went for 10 minutes on 400F.
It was pretty good. I find that the trick with gluten-free crusts is that they get crispy. By doing so, it’s still chewy on the inside. I tried making these pizzas on the BBQ the other night, but the crust was crispy at first and then started tasting like stale bread, especially when it got a little cold.
Hope everyone is having a good start to their week.
What do you like to put on your pizza?
Bye for now.