Have you ever tried cripbread pizza?
No, then you should try it.
It is easy to make and healthier to eat.
The crust is almost like an italian pizza crust a mix of soft and crunchy
I used wedged shaped crispbread but you can use any shape you want.
You need crispbread
Topping of your liking
Then cover the pieces with tomato sauce, cheese and topping like you would do with regular pizza.
The nice thing with this pizza is that you can make every piece individual and everybody can get a piece they want as soon the pizza is done.
The holidays are over for now and a new year to venture. I have promised my self that I will lead a healthier life, so I start off with these homemade crisp breads. These crisp breads are very popular with my kids as they eat them as snack as wells as bread for their breakfast. There are many different recipes out there, but I like this one, it is simple and easy.
Pre heat oven to 150 C/300 F
1 cup sunflower seeds
1 cup whole rye flour
1 cups oatmeal
1/2 cup flax seeds
1/2 cup bran
1 teaspoon salt3 cups water
Combine all the ingredients in a bowl, stir well and let it sit and swell for about 20 minutes
Divide the mixture between three baking trays lined with baking paper, Spread it as thin you can manage and score it up into squares so that it becomes easier to break up the crisp breads when they are done.
Bake all trays at once for 60 minutes. Every 20 minutes open the oven to let out steam , then move the top tray to the bottom and move the other two up, do this every 20 minutes.
All ovens are different, so if they are not dry and brittle after 60 minutes, then divide up the squares and dry them in the oven at 100 C/212 F between 10-30minutes depending on the thickness of the crisp bread.
Eat them as is or spread something yummy on them, I enjoyed mine with avocado, eggs and fresh ground pepper.