The most creative meal I’ve had in a while, a combination of veggies, meat and cheese all baked on top of a thin based pizza. It surprised me how easy and quick it was to cook, especially with everything made from scratch, the best bit for me is the nutritional content, pizza’s are known for the high amounts of salt in them, however the only ‘bad’ bit about this is the fats, coming mainly from the cheese, oil, and flour. Above all a delicious recipe I’ll definitely be making again soon!


Gluten, milk & sulphites


Serves: 2

For the dough:

250g/ 2 cupsPlain flour

Baking powder – Tablespoon

Olive oil – Tablespoon

150ml/ 1 cupWarm water


1 small chicken breast

1 buffalo mozzerella

4 sundried tomatoes

1/2 Tomato

1/2 Green pepper

1 baby corn

1 Spring onion

Tomato puree – 2 Tablespoons

Herbs and spices

Basil, oregano, rosemary, garlic, black pepper, paprika, chilli, cayenne pepper, garlic, mixed herbs & black pepper.





Prep time: 10 minutes

Cook time: 15 minutes

Preheat oven to 250˚C

  1. The dough! Mix together the flour, baking powder, oil and water until formed one ball, if too sticky add more flour, if it doesn’t stick together add more water.
  2. Roll out into a circle shape and so the thickness is around 1/2 a cm.
  3. Mix the tomato puree, mixed herbs and black pepper together and spread evenly on the base. Chop up the toppings and place on top.
  4. Cut the chicken into smaller than bite size cook with the chilli, cayenne pepper, paprika until cooked through.
  5. Place the cooked chicken on top of the base and remaining herbs/spices and cook for around 10-15 minutes.

Nutrient breakdown

This is an overview of all of the macro-nutrients (e.g. fat, carbohydrates, protein) and what individual ingredients of the recipe offer as a percentage to each nutrient.

Calories: 56% flour, 21% mozzarella, 7% oil

Carbohydrates: 87% flour, 6% puree, 2% sundried tomato

Of which sugar: 58% puree, 14% tomato, 8% pepper

Fibre: 49% flour, 23% puree, 8% black pepper

Protein: 32% chicken, 29% flour, 29% mozzarella

Fat: 59% mozzarella, 28% oil, 8% flour

Of which Saturates: 59% mozzarella, 28% oil, 8% flour

Salt: 78% baking powder, 7% corn, 5% chicken

Enjoy, let me know what you all think in the comments.

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