Millet pizza, vegan no oil

Imagine eating a simple whole foods plant based pizza that will actually help you lost weight!  It’s plant strong and McDougall Maximum Weight Loss plan compliant


Cooked Millet & water

Yes you read that right. 2 ingredient pizza crust.  When the millet is still hot put it in a blender, add a little water if you need to get it started.  Blend until smooth.  Note: a blender with a tamper like a Vitamix will be very useful for this. A food processor will work too.

If it’s not completely blended it’s ok, some whole millet pieces will still bind.

Preheat oven and 350 degrees fahrenheit.

Line a baking sheet or round pizza baking tray with parchment paper.  Spread the blended millet onto the parchment paper about a 1/4-1/2 inch thick.  It’s best make them a small size of about 10″ diameter so they cook evenly.

Bake for 15 minutes or until firm enough to flip.  The millet won’t look wet. Flip and bake 10 minutes, if you have a pizza screen cook the pizza on it now.

Flip and Top with sauce and any toppings you like, cook another 10 min.  I buy a trader joes marinara that is vegan and has no oil. 

Vegan parmasean:

Dry Roasted or raw Cashews, make sure they do not have oil in the ingredients list.  Brazil nuts and walnuts can be used instead of cashews or in addition to.

Garlic, raw or powdered, to your taste

Nutritional yeast to your taste

Mince and blend

Can be cooked on the pizza or added before eating.

As with any food on the McDougall plan salt at the table to your taste. 

This was a half baking sheet size.  I wound up having to cut it up and serve the edges first, the middle I recooked on a pizza screen.  
Half the pizza has vegan parm, the other half is pineapple, spinach and tomato. My kids loved both sides.


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