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INGREDIENTS
Oatmeal Crust Toppings:
1 cup dried oats (instant or rolled ok)
1/2 cup egg whites (you can also use 2 whole eggs)
1 TBS ground flax seed
1/4 to 1/2 cup water (approximate)
Mexican Pizza Toppings:
a handful of almond cheese (you can get this in the vegetarian section at Whole Foods)
1/2 cup mango salsa
some Gimmelean vegetarian sausage bits
2 roma tomatoes sliced thinly
purple onion
DIRECTIONS
 -Mix crust ingredients in a bowl and let sit for 5 min
-Pour onto a pan on medium heat. Spray with some PAM or olive oil
-Let it harden. If possible, try to flip over
-Then place your mango salsa on top, the cheese, the tomatoes, and then the sausage
-Put the heat on low and cover with a top
-Let sit for a few minutes until cheese melts
-Then slide out of the pan onto a plate or serving tray. Pretty easy.
You’re done! That’s it. I used salsa because I ran out of marina. You also don’t have to use these vegetarian ingredients. I was just trying to use up stuff laying around so that’s what I came up with. I think the crust needs some tweaking but it worked! I wanted it to be harder and crispier, so maybe less water next time? Either way, I had a couple friends over and they thought it tasted good. Or at least that’s what they told me…
(via Experimental Oatmeal Crust Pizza)

INGREDIENTS

Oatmeal Crust Toppings:

  • 1 cup dried oats (instant or rolled ok)
  • 1/2 cup egg whites (you can also use 2 whole eggs)
  • 1 TBS ground flax seed
  • 1/4 to 1/2 cup water (approximate)

Mexican Pizza Toppings:

  • a handful of almond cheese (you can get this in the vegetarian section at Whole Foods)
  • 1/2 cup mango salsa
  • some Gimmelean vegetarian sausage bits
  • 2 roma tomatoes sliced thinly
  • purple onion

DIRECTIONS

 -Mix crust ingredients in a bowl and let sit for 5 min

-Pour onto a pan on medium heat. Spray with some PAM or olive oil

-Let it harden. If possible, try to flip over

-Then place your mango salsa on top, the cheese, the tomatoes, and then the sausage

-Put the heat on low and cover with a top

-Let sit for a few minutes until cheese melts

-Then slide out of the pan onto a plate or serving tray. Pretty easy.

You’re done! That’s it. I used salsa because I ran out of marina. You also don’t have to use these vegetarian ingredients. I was just trying to use up stuff laying around so that’s what I came up with. I think the crust needs some tweaking but it worked! I wanted it to be harder and crispier, so maybe less water next time? Either way, I had a couple friends over and they thought it tasted good. Or at least that’s what they told me…

(via Experimental Oatmeal Crust Pizza)

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