If you are a pizza lover, or not, you might actually like this healthy version of your regular go-to pizza! You can put whatever topping you prefer on top of it and make it as healthy and low in calories as you’d like to but we’re all here for the crust now, aren’t we. The prep time for this pizza crust is only 5 minutes!
What you will need:
- sour cream or skyr (200ml unsweetened)
- 2 eggs
- 200 grams of oatmeal (you can make more or less as you prefer)
- topping (I used some leftover chicken, spinach and pepper)
- salt, pepper, oregano and some olive oil
Preheat the oven at 200 degrees for about 5-10 minutes. Pour the oatmeal, 2 eggs, sour cream, salt and pepper into a bowl and mix it through until your mixture looks something like this: (it should be malleable! I also like a thicker crust so you can make it as thick as you wish)
Put the mixture in the oven for 5-10 minutes, make sure you check on the dough since you don’t want it to be crispy already. Once the dough starts to rise and get this slightly darker beige color, take it out and put the topping on the pizza dough. My topping exists of some tomato pasta, leftover pulled chicken, spinach, peppers and some rasped mozzarella and oregano on top of everything. I love adding some BBQ sauce on my pizza and ketchup as well, so depending on how you like your pizza you can make the topping out of everything basically.
Let the pizza bake for another 5-10 minutes until the outer edge of the crust starts to look very brown and crispy. Once you notice this, your pizza is ready!