All you need are 3 handy ingredients to make an easy & healthy oatmeal pizza crust. A delicious solution to satisfy your pizza cravings in only 30′. It is also a gluten free alternative to typical pizza dough.
The 3 basic ingredients that you need for this oatmeal pizza will be found in any kitchen: oats (use gluten free if you want) + eggs whites + milk or nut milk.
After 20′ this is how your Oatmeal pizza crust looks!
Then you can play around with your toppings. We used seasonal & colourful vegetables to create this beautiful and tasty pizza. Our pizza has a bit of everything: pesto, mozzarella, asparagus, spinaches and Spanish ham or radish, that gives the pizza a pinkie colour. Are you ready to make the most beautiful pizza ever in only 30′?
To make this pizza gluten free, just choose gluten free oats for the pizza base. The recipe is so easy: blend everything together, pour it on a baking tray shaping it in to a circle, and bake it.
Spring is one of my favourites seasons, We have more energy, the days start to get longer and are perfect for taking food photos. Spring is also the season of amazing fruits and vegetables hence our inspiration for our pizza toppings. We all love Spring, don’t you? You feel full of energy, more alive and eager to take on the world after eating this delicious pizza!
Try it out before Spring is over and show us your photos on instagram with the hashtag #shoothecook. I’m sure you will make a beautiful pizza, see you soon.
All you need are 3 handy ingredients to make an easy, healthy oatmeal pizza crust. A delicious solution to satisfy your pizza cravings in only 30'
- 1 cup rolled oats
- 3 egg whites
- 1/4 cup almond milk or your preferable type
- 1/4 tsp salt
- 1/4 tsp baking powder
- 3 Tbsp pesto
- 1 mozzarella ball (125g), sliced
- 1 cup spinach, washed and drained
- 3 asparagus, chopped
- 3 slices of Spanish ham
- 1 egg
- black pepper to taste
Preheat the oven to 200ºC. Blend all the base ingredients together until smooth. The mixture should be slightly thick.
Transfer to a parchment lined baking sheet. Pour in the batter and shape it with a spoon into a round pizza shape, it is very easy. The crust should be about 3-4mm thick.
Bake at 200ºC for 8'. Remove from the oven and turn it over. Spread the pesto sauce over the pizza crust and add the spinach leaves, then sprinkle with an even layer of mozzarella. Top with the chopped asparagus and the Spanish Ham. Return the pizza to the oven for 5' at 180ºC.
Take it out and crack an egg in the middle of the pizza, pop back into the oven for another 6-7' or until the egg white is cooked. Enjoy!
*Make it vegan: use radish slices instead of ham, they will give the pizza a nice pinck colour
*This pizza crust can also be made on a pan. Just cook it on one side for 3', then turn and add the toppings. While it is being cook cover with a lid to allow the cheese to melt like in the oven.
This pizza crust can also be made on a pan, as you can see below. I still prefer making it in the over because the crust gets more crispy but I use the pan method sometimes because it is extremely easy & quick!
If you use a pan just cook the crust on one side for 3′, then turn it and add the toppings. While it is being cook cover the pan with a lid to allow the cheese to melt. By the way this new toppings taste delicious too: tomato sauce, mozzarella, black olives and Provenze herbs.
There are other toppings we have tried on this oatmeal pizza crust:
Mushroom pizza: Pesto, mushrooms, cherry tomatoes and ricotta cheese.
Veggie pizza: tomato sauce, eggplant, zucchini, red pepper and artichoke.
White pizza: white sauce, red onion, spinach, black olives and feta cheese.
Today’s toppings: pesto, mozzarella, spinach, asparagus, Spanish ham and egg.