Inspired by Everyday Paleo and requested by the USVI Montessori school! When I was asked to come teach the teenagers how to make a gluten free pizza, I couldn't have been more excited to share how easy it it is to prepare gluten and grain free foods. Kids need to know that eating gluten free is just the first step to cleansing the body of gluten and reducing inflammation. They are on the right track working with Jane to understand how good food can improve your health and wellbeing. I took this opportunity to introduce a little Paleo into there cuisine vocabulary. It was exciting to see how much they all enjoyed decorating their pizzas and tasting the difference between GF and Paleo crust made with almond flour. Not sure what the final vote was on which they liked better but I know from their immediate response that they sure did enjoy eating them.
As I mentioned to the students, cooking is an art so have fun with it and get creative. If you are missing an ingredient look in your kitchen and you'll find something that will work just as good, for instance, if you don't have or like yellow squash maybe you have an eggplant instead or if you don't have fresh rosemary use oregano. This may look like a lot of ingredients and steps but it should only take you about 20 minutes of prep time and 40-45 minutes baking time and it is well worth it!! Have a Pizza making party with all your friends... Tons of fun guaranteed!