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FODMAP Friendly thin and crispy pesto buckwheat pizza

 All thanks to Emma Hatcher’s genius gluten-free recipe that I bring you a mid-week snap of what I prepared for lunch, with my own choice of toppings!
All thanks to Emma Hatcher’s genius gluten-free pizza based recipe that I bring you a mid-week snap of what I prepared for lunch, with my own FODMAP-Friendly tweaks to the toppings! This deliciously thin, crispy and entirely gluten-free (and vegan!) pizza base is so versatile that it suits any topping of your preference. Super quick and super simple, and especially handy to know during mid-week lunch preps / last-minute dinner plans!

Makes 3 pizzas

Prep time: 30 minutes

Ingredients:

For the base

125g buckwheat flour

70g white rice flour

1 tbsp. dried Italian mixed herbs

½ tsp. salt

1/2 tsp. black pepper

1 egg

1 tsp. maple syrup

180ml oat milk

3 tbsp. olive oil

For the topping:

3 tbsp. gluten-free pesto per pizza base

60g lactose free cheddar cheese, grated or sliced

60g smoked ham, shredded

½ courgette, peeled

Method:

  1. Preheat the oven to 180ºC fan. Prepare three baking trays by roughly splashing a tablespoon worth of oil.
  2. To make the pizza bases, combine the buckwheat flour, rice flour, Italian herbs, egg, milk, maple syrup, olive oil, salt and pepper until well mixed. Ladle two or three spoonful amounts of the batter onto the greased baking trays, using a spatula to spread out the mixture into a circle.
  3. Bake for 10 minutes until lightly golden brown.
  4. Once baked, add the pesto to each pizza base, topping with the cheese, ham and peeled courgette. Bake for a further 10 minutes until the base is golden brown and the ingredients on top have softened.

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