Homemade Grain-free Pizza

As many of you know I’ve been on this Trim Healthy Momma kick for a bit now. While I admit that there are some foods that I do miss on occasion, I am feeling so much better in so many ways that I will never go back to the way of eating that I had done before.

One of the things that I’ve missed out on was pizza which I have bought a few times for the kids but I usually just have something else instead. I know you can take the toppings off and eat them on or along with a salad but the bread is what I like the most… I know I’m weird.

I have been working on cleaning out my emails this week and ran across one from Katie over at Kids Cook Real Food. She had a video of her kids making this Grain-Free Pizza recipe which I think will work with my new way of eating and I’m so excited to give it a try. She said her kids made it so hopefully, it won’t be that hard for me to duplicate and I know my kids will love making it as well. They’ve been begging for a homemade pizza night as we haven’t had one in a while.

Check out the post HERE or  their video here:

I’m so ready to try this out soon!

Do you have a favorite pizza crust at your house? If so you can share the recipe in the comments below!


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