We may have cut sugar out, but it doesn’t mean we don’t still want REAL food. I’m not sure how much sugar is in a take-out pizza (I’m sure it’s a lot!) but the only thing I had to change here was make my own dough. All of the toppings we chose to use had no added sugar to them.
- 2 cups warm water
- 1 Tablespoon yeast
- 1 Tablespoon salt
- 5 cups flour, divided
- Mix the warm water and yeast and let sit 5 minutes.
- Add 2 ½ cups flour with yeast water and mix well in Kitchen Aid or with a dough hook.
- Add the remaining 2 ½ cups flour and salt, knead until smooth. Cover bowl with saran wrap. Let dough rest in a ball for 20 minutes.
This recipe made enough for two pizza doughs, so I split the dough in half and used one right away and froze the other half.
With my half I was working with, I used a rolling pin to continue flattening out my dough on a floured surface, adding flour to the dough as needed.
Now comes the fun part. If you have children, this would be the time to let the kids make their own individual pizzas and decorate them however they like!
Preheat your oven to 400 degrees F and while it is pre-heating, put all your toppings on. We used:
- Canned tomato sauce (make sure whatever brand you use has no added sugar)
- Low fat mozzarella cheese
- Diced green peppers
- Cherry tomatos, quartered
- Fresh spinach