Posted by Lori~
First up, I need to apologize for my lack of posts recently. I have been busy getting my law school application together and then it hit me. A really bad cold, soar throat, etc. I was finally feeling better and then it hit AGAIN! Don't you hate feeling sick. It sucks!
Saturday night, I was feeling better (before dinner) and I whipped up this delicious pizza. I mean, this pizza was DE-LICIOUS! And healthy. And meat-free! It's crazy.
First up, you need to make pizza dough. I of course forgot the yeast and so I did a quick Google search for a pizza dough recipe without yeast. I came up with several options, but opted for the recipe that includes baking powder, flower, salt, water, and olive oil.
Spread out the dough on a well-oiled pan (or I chose to use parchment paper).
Next up, you need to prepare your beans. Heat them up on the stove and add taco seasoning. You can even make your own taco seasoning to make this recipe completely Paleo friendly!
The Pioneer Woman used a potato masher to mash the beans, but we had to get creative, because we do not own a masher! Steve whipped out the mortar and pestle. Not the greatest solution, but it worked.
Continue to heat until it is a re-fried bean consistency.
Spread the bean mixture on your pizza dough and add shredded cheese.
Bake at 400 degrees for around 10 minutes (keep an eye on it).
Now, it is time to add lots of veggies. Even better, they came from my garden!
The Pioneer Woman recommended making your own tortilla strips; however, we already had these in the cupboard. You could also skip this step to make your pizza healthier.
Finally, mix sour cream with hot sauce, and drizzle it onto the pizza (for me it was more like drop it in spoonfuls onto the pizza).
It turned out GREAT. Mur-Man scarfed it down!