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Sweet potato pizza crust

I just crkst this with the Okinawan sweet ptato we have here in Hawai'i. So simple Fast resupply turnaround delicious, thanks SSweet much! The consistency should be spreadable and scoopable, not runny. This looks delicious. I'd love to know how it turns out if you have time to report back. Take out of oven and let cool. Jump to Recipe Jump to Video Print Recipe.

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Make sure to let the crusts cool completely before transferring them while still on the parchment paper to an airtight container or bag. Store them in the refrigerator until ready to use.

Emphasis on probably. Let me know how it goes if you try them! I can assure you that it is! I hope you like this sweet potato pizza crust! If you make it, let me know how it turned out by leaving a comment and rating below. And if you use Instagram, share a photo of your pizza crust and tag upbeet.

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Notify me of follow-up comments by email. We made this crust for the first time this weekend because our grocery stores seem to always be out of yeast to make regular pizza crusts.

It turned out so well… we topped one of the pizzas with pesto, roasted vegetables and feta, and the other with pizza sauce and cheese for the kids.

Perfect healthy pizza crust. Where do I start?? The fact that the crust is baked separately is a game changer.

I can prepare and bake my crusts ahead of time — then when guests arrive, I pop them in the oven while oven is preheating — assemble my toppings — then top the crust and bake. Skip to primary navigation Skip to main content Skip to primary sidebar All Recipes About Contact Workouts Search.

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Pin Recipe. Scale 1x 2x 3x. Cook Mode Prevent your screen from going dark. Place the sweet potato in a steamer basket over a pot of boiling water, cover with the lid, and steam for 15 minutes, or until fork tender. Transfer to a large mixing bowl and mash with a potato masher.

Add the oat flour, flax, garlic, apple cider vinegar, nutritional yeast, olive oil, oregano, basil, salt, and baking powder. Stir to combine. Definitely only served 3 not We may eat squirrel food but not the same portions they would hahah!

Can't wait to try more recipes. Cannot believe how little you eat! I'm so glad you enjoyed it, and thanks so much for taking the time to comment! As for the servings, 12 is the approximate number of slices, not how many people it serves!

Trust me, I eat a lot more than that! I've been known to eat almost half of this pizza myself :. hello, sounds like a wonderful recipe, can you please tell me the nutritional values thanks so much. Hi, Ed! Yes, you can definitely substitute regular flour, but I would add it in slowly in case you need to adjust the amount because different flours vary in their ability to absorb liquids.

I hope this helps! Oooh, fhis looks amazing! I had already nearly given up on trying to find a pizza recipe I could use I have issues with wheat, eggs and dairy , but this makes me want to give it a go!

The chia seeds can probably be replaced with flax seeds, right? So sorry for the delay in my response! Yes, you can definitely substitute flax seeds for chia, they just might impart a bit more flavor than chia typically does.

I hope you enjoy this recipe, Terje! I could destroy that whole pizza. New favorite pizza. We found the dough to be paper thin but I think that was my fault as I used a large rectangle pan.

Next time I will use a round pizza pan. Love, love, loved this! Hi, Lauren! Your comment makes me so happy, especially since you consider yourselves to be pizza addicts!

I'm so glad you enjoyed it. I'll have to try it in a rectangular pan, as well. A super-thin sweet potato crust sounds delish! I made this pizza yesterday with roasted brussel sprouts and red onions on top. It was delish! I like the crust's texture and I love the sweet potatoe in it. Thank you for sharing this recipe, will publish it soon on my blog, of course with you as recipe creator!

You're welcome, Lena! Thanks for taking the time to comment with your sweet feedback. I'm so glad you enjoyed this recipe so much, and I love the brussels sprout and red onion combination -- sounds delicious!

I made this for my family and I tonight. It was huge hit. My mum wouldn't stop talking about its lovely flavour :. Hi, Anne! So great to hear that you had a chance to make this and that it was a hit!

I love that your mom kept talking about it -- always the best kind of compliment. Thanks for taking the time to come back and comment with your results; it's so helpful and encouraging to receive feedback!

Is there a grain free flour I could use besides oat flour? Do you think coconut flour wold work? Hi Stephanie! I haven't tried making this with any other flours, but light buckwheat flour might work.

You can try coconut flour but I would reduce the amount significantly as it tends to be very absorbent. Hope one of those options works out for you! This looks AMAZING!! Quick question - I read that you can replace the chia seeds with flax seeds, but what about replacing all of the flour with the almond flour?

Many of my clients myself included can't do grains at all. What do you think? Can't wait to try this!! Thanks, Lydia! I haven't tried replacing the flour with almond flour, but I definitely think it could work. I would probably lean towards blanched almond flour vs almond meal and would adjust the amount based on how absorbent it is compared to grain-based flours.

I'd love to hear how it turns out if you give it a try! Hi again, Lydia! If you and your clients are able to consume buckwheat, I would create a flour out of raw buckwheat groats process them for a few minutes in a food processor and use that as a substitute for the oat flour. I think that will yield a similar texture within the crust.

You could also try blanched almond flour instead of almond meal since it has a lighter, airier texture. Oh my goodness, you are so thoughtful to keep thinking about my question!!!

I love the idea of using buckwheat groats, but unfortunately they are still a grain, and therefore off limits for some of my clients with autoimmune conditions.

I will play around with the blanched almond flour and see how that goes, and will definitely let you know! Thank you so much again :. You're welcome!

I like trying to figure out alternatives so that everyone can enjoy. Question: so even though buckwheat is a seed, does the body treat it like a grain?

I'm always trying to learn more about grain-free cooking and baking because it's quite complex. Either way, I'm hopeful that blanched almond flour will do the trick!

Soooo good! Just made this loaded with veggies.. holds together really well too. I'm so glad you enjoyed it, Michelle! I'm consistently surprised by how well this holds together, and I'm happy to hear that you had the same experience.

Thanks for taking the time to share your feedback! Hi there, Yes, you are absolutely right that it is a seed and will most likely work for most of my grain-free clients, but for some reason it doesn't work for everyone.

Buckwheat is a "pseudo-grain" meaning it is in the same category as my other favorite seed, quinoa - not technically a grain, and hosting tons of nutritional properties, but some bodies have a hard time digesting them nonetheless. I may try it with a combo of buckwheat and almond, and then with just blanched almond flour.

Time for some fun in the kitchen! Thanks for the clarifying, Lydia! So interesting that some grain-free individuals can handle buckwheat and others can't. I'd love to know how it turns out if you have time to report back. Thanks again for your expertise on the buckwheat grain debate -- so interesting!

Topped it with pesto, tomato, and mozzarella. Thanks for this recipe! Hi, Karen! You're welcome. Thanks for sharing your adjustments to make it grain-free!! I know that so many people will appreciate this, and I can't wait to try it myself.

Oh hooray! Thanks so much Karen - I hadn't thought about the arrowroot flour, but that's perfect! Can't wait to try it again. This looks delicious. I'm just wondering: do you think this would still taste good and work well without the oil?

I just made this last night. The flavor was great, but mine turned out be too mushy on the inside. Is this how it's supposed to be or did I do something wrong? Thanks :. Hi, Nan! I'm glad you enjoyed the flavor, but I'm sorry that the center didn't set for you.

It should be evenly set throughout the crust and definitely shouldn't be mushy on the inside. Because sweet potato size varies significantly, it's important to measure out the diced cups prior to steaming.

Non-pizza pans can cause the crust to steam which can lead to a mushy texture. Yes, I did measure the sweet potatoes and followed the recipe exactly as far as I know. I used parchment on a round pizza pan and pressed it out to what appeared to me to be a good thickness, but maybe not.

I just made this! It is fantastic! Better than most non-vegan non-gluten free pizza by far! The flavor is incredible. I had to sub flax seeds but that didn't negatively affect the flavor. For toppings I used my homemade sauce, minced garlic, bell peppers, and onions.

Topped it off with peperoncinis and red pepper flakes. Thank you so much! This recipe is so worth the time and will become a regular in my life! Hi, Jess! I'm so glad you're enjoying the sweet potato crust! Thanks for taking the time to share your feedback and substitutions.

It's helpful to know that flax seeds work well. LOVE that you added pepperoncinis! They are one of my favorite jarred foods ever, and I can't wait to add them the next time I make this crust. Thanks for that tip! I just made this tonight. I love it. It is full of flavor. Even my husband liked it and he doesn't like sweet potatoes at all.

I used scallions, mushrooms, jalapeño, grape tomatoes, and fresh basil. I sprinkled fresh grated parmesan cheese. OK wow.

Yep this recipe rock the socks off my five-year-old, four-year-old, and three-year-old! I used lightly sautéed onions, peppers, and mushrooms for the toppings and it was divine! The only thing I would tweek, is that I would spread the crust a little thinner next time.

Thank you! Excited for this almost AIP Pizza. We are going back on AIP in February. So it was a good time to try this out. My pizza looked great but turned out to just have a perfect looking crispy top to mashed potatoes. Which were still tasty. I think maybe my crust was too thick. I'm trying a small one with the left over batter now.

This one looks better but I cooked it for about twice as long. Do you have any additional tips. I know I should have done a check of the bottom after the pre cook. So that's my first mistake. Thank you for this recipe.

I'm excited to keep playing with it and taking out the almond for AIP. Thank you for your feedback! I went in and adjusted the recipe after I read your comment i. I'm not keen on putting out recipes with so much variability, so for the book I actually cut the recipe in half which made the results reliable across different kitchens.

I'm rambling here, but all this is to say that the next time you make it, I would either 1 try cutting the recipe in half or 2 prepare the recipe as is, divide the dough into two pieces, and spread each out over a pizza pan to bake separately.

You know, now that I'm writing this all out, I'm thinking I should just go in and add this into the recipe notes too, so I'll make sure to do that as well. One last problem-solving tip is to make sure you measure the sweet potatoes precisely using the cup measurements rather than eyeing the amount or going by the total count of sweet potatoes.

If the ratio of sweet potatoes gets too high, the result will be mushy and mashed potato like rather than dough like. I hope this helps and thanks again for your feedback! It's reminded me that I need to tighten up some of the tips within the recipe!

If the sweet potatoes need to be so precise, why don't you also include a weight for those of us with kitchen scales?

Alternately, a measurement of the mashed potatoes would be good. I'm excited to try this, with an almond meal sub other than that, it meets all our dietary restrictions! So many GF pizza crusts have eggs in them Hi, Maria! Truthfully, the note is in there simply to serve as an additional prompt to measure the sweet potato cubes as opposed to relying on the number of potatoes.

Hope you enjoy it! Best, Ashley. I just tried this with the Okinawan sweet potatoes we have here in Hawai'i.

It made a deep purple crust - so pretty contrasting the red sauce, green basil, and yellow squash blossoms! Hi I just came across your recipe and I am excited to try it out. I would like to know what I can replace with the almond meal?

Will coconut or surghum flour work? Thank you. Hi, Amena! Coconut flour will not work wayyy too absorbent -- it will drastically alter the texture. You can use cashew meal or raw sunflower seed meal if you have those. If not, I'd try adding in more oat flour tbsp more.

So glad I found this recipe, thank you! I substituted the chia and the oat flour with gluten-free flour. Didn't add the extra water and it came up an absolute treat!

Will definitely be a staple in our house! I've used this recipe twice in the past 3 days. So delicious! I modified the seasonings and toppings. It was amazing!! The sweet potatoes really brought out the flavors. Tonight I really switched it up- garlic, ginger, and onion for the crust, soy-housin marinated steak, with a housin sauce, carrots, spinach, tomatoes, mozz, and a peanut butter drizzle.

Love love loved it!! This is such a versatile recipe I can't wait to make another one!! Thank you so much for the great inspiration! Ashley, this looks great. Can't wait to give it a try, especially since so many people have left comments about how wonderful it tastes.

This was not my favorite alt crust option because texture is not even close to real crust- sort of like thin baked oatmeal texture.

But it doesn't taste bad. I think this is too much as it made a large pizza and a small personal pan. Small could be picked up, large almost could.

I think the thinner the better for this one. My 3 yr old did eat the whole small one, so maybe smaller is just the way to go.

Thank you for the creative, whole food recipe! Hi, Heather! Thank you for your thoughtful feedback -- I really appreciate it. I completely agree that this recipe works better as a thinner, smaller crust. It's one of the few recipes that is being reprinted in my cookbook coming out in December , and I ultimately ended up cutting it in half to make a smaller, thinner pizza along with making a few other small changes to perfect it.

I added a note in the recipe notes here about halving it but won't be able to share the fully updated recipe until the book comes out. One follow-up question: did you make your own oat flour?

I'm only curious because the texture shouldn't be anything near oatmeal, but I suppose it could happen if the oats weren't ground into a fine enough flour. This was so so yummyexcept the crust baked into the wax paper and we could not separate it. Next time I will forgo the wax paper and just use olive oil to avoid sticking.

Hi, Bethany! Thanks for sharing your feedback, and I'm glad you enjoyed it! But eek! Wax paper is not at all the same thing as parchment paper which is what is noted in the recipe.

It's a common and easy mix-up to make I've certainly done it , but wax paper should NEVER be used for baking as it melts in the oven and will adhere to whatever it's touching.

Parchment paper, on the other hand, is excellent for baking and creates a perfect non-stick surface much better than olive oil does. I made this pizza last night. My husband loved it as well. The crust had to bake for closer to an hour.

I didn't read the note to split the crust into 2 until after I started or I probably would have done that but either way, YUMMY pizza! Can't wait to try some of the other recipes. Also, I used an Italian seasoning blend that had basil and oregano in it.

I topped mine with jalapenos, red onions, tomatoes, artichoke hearts, green onions, cilantro and mushrooms and chicken for my husband. Can you freeze this crust as well as your split green pea crust for future use? I work long long hours and like to make batches of food on the weekend so that my week day meals are quick to prepare.

Hi, Dee! I know others have had success baking, freezing, and thawing this crust, and I have a feeling the split green pea crust will also freeze well. I'd recommend thawing the pre-baked crust, then topping, and baking until the toppings reach the desired doneness. hi I would like to try this but we do not have cups as measurements in uk so can you tell me in kilos and grams.

Also do you have to use gluten free flour. I am trying a vegan diet now and what flour shall I use instead of the gluten free one please? Can't wait to try this when got all ingredients.

Hi, there! At this time, I don't have the measurements in kilos and grams, but I've made a note to calculate them the next time I make the recipe.

As for alternatives to the oat flour, I believe spelt flour or whole wheat flour will also work, but I can't say for certain as I haven't tested the recipe with those substitutes.

If you have old-fashioned rolled oats and a food processor, you can make oat flour by processing the oats for 4 to 6 minutes, or until ground into a fine flour. Hope this helps! Hi Ashley thank you I will try that with the rolled oats.

Found out my friend has the measuring cups. I will attempt this recipe soon when gathered the ingredients and then let you know how mine is cheers love your recipes thank you. Just made this - fantastic!! Great recipe Ashley!!

We added kale for crispy kale chips and sundried tomatoes. Fantastic topping ideas. Happy to hear you enjoyed the recipe, Jessica! Thanks for taking the time to come back and share your feedback!

Love this recipe! Great flavor! I do wish there was a weight measurement for the cooked potato, as I frequently use leftover baked sweet potato for this Greetings Ashley!

Any tips for a crunchier crust? Baking stone or metal tray? Hi, Craig. You'll probably need to reduce the baking time depending on how thin you go, but this should do the trick. Thank you Ashley! I bet those tips will help. We've never had a "vented" pizza pan before so that wasn't on my radar note: I don't believe it uses the word vented anywhere above.

But great recipe and thank you for your time and talent to bring your creativity and provide new options for families like mine! We are not vegans by any means, but I am giving up sugar and wheat flour in part because I find foods like pizza, crackers, bread, etc enjoyable but unsatisfying and "addictive" so I never want to stop eating them.

I found this pizza more satisfying and delicious and didn't feel like I was sacrificing anything except maybe a bit more time to make it. Also, both my 4 and 1 year old ate it without complaint which is a near miracle for something made of vegetables in this house.

Never miss a delicious Fast resupply turnaround Sign up. Sweet potato pizza crust recipe Ethical and natural ingredients only 5 ingredients. This vrust a healthy pizza crust Crus is gluten-free, vegan dairy-free, egg-freeyeast-free, quick, and easy to make. This recipe has a video for clear instructions! If you adore pizza as much as I do but want to make a pizza that is much healthier than a regular pizza, then try out this sweet potato pizza crust. Why is it healthier than a regular pizza crust? This gluten free pizza poyato nutritious and delicious, and Sweft sweet potato twist Optimal fat oxidation a speedier Fast resupply turnaround to traditional crusts. Hi, can Sweet potato pizza crust ask with the oats, is this 2 cups of oats-then blended? Or 2 cups of blended oats. As obviously the quantities will be affected greatly! It is so good and tasty that I just keep doing it!!! Thank you so much for all these wonderful recipes! Hey Donna.

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Or 2 cups of Mental alertness habits oats. As obviously the quantities will be Swfet greatly! Lizza is so good and Sweey that I just keep doing it!!! Thank you so much for all these wonderful potzto Sweet potato pizza crust Donna. Hope that helps! Roxy So Vegan. What piaza of flour could be substituted?

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I also let it cook in the oven a little longer. I plan to make this once a week! Thank you. Hey Em. But you can pre-make the dough and Mental alertness habits Improve cognitive performance Mental alertness habits the fridge overnight.

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Hope Sweeg helps! Best, Roxy. Love Mental alertness habits pizza would it be ok to prepare the base in advance? Pre bake, cool and refrigerate ipzza to 24 hours? Ready to pptato toppings the following day. Helps your readers Mental alertness habits and save Swete. Hi Maude, ah yes we used to, but we stopped a while Injury prevention strategies as we were running out Swewt time to do everything.

I think this is a good idea though so will look into it again! Thanks, Roxy. Easy No Knead Bread. Chipotle Cauliflower Steaks.

Thai-Style Tempeh Noodle Soup. Butter Bean Curry. Chocolate Self Saucing Pudding. One Pan Lentil Lasagne. Dinners Party. by Roxy, So Vegan January 4, January 11, January 4, January 11, We simply add oats to a blender and blend until fine to create the oat flour.

We prefer to serve this pizza with a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil but olive oil will do, too. Make sure you opt for a soy-free cheese to make this recipe soy-free. Sweet Potato Crust Pizza Serves: Makes 1 large pizza Prep Time: 20 minutes Cooking Time: 48 minutes 48 minutes. Nutrition facts: calories 20 grams fat.

Method First peel and dice the sweet potato. Then add it to a steamer and steam for 20 minutes until the potato is soft. Alternatively you can boil the sweet potatoes until soft.

Transfer the soft sweet potato to a mixing bowl, leave to cool, then mash. Then add the oat flour and mix with a wooden spoon until well combined. Prepare a little water in a small bowl and use it to wet your fingers, then shape the sweet potato dough into a ball and place it on the lined baking tray.

Dipping your hands in the water will make it easier to shape the dough without it sticking to your hands. Shape the dough into a circle roughly 0. Then bake the dough in the preheated oven for minutes until firm.

Meanwhile, to prepare the toppings, peel and slice the red onion, slice the mushrooms and peppers and peel and dice the garlic. Then add them all to a mixing bowl along with the dried mixed herbs, chilli flakes, a drizzle of olive oil and generous pinches of salt and pepper. Combine until the veggies are fully coated in the seasoning.

Once the dough is ready, remove it from the oven and spread the tomato puree over the top followed by a layer of spinach. Then lay the veggies all over. Next, slice the vegan mozzarella and spread the slices across the pizza.

Bake in the oven for minutes. Finish with a few basil leaves and a drizzle of olive oil. Did You Make This Recipe? Don't forget to share your SO VEGAN creations on Instagram and tag us at SOVEGAN!

SO VEGAN classics. Previous post. Next post. You may also like. Chipotle Cauliflower Steaks January 25, Thai-Style Tempeh Noodle Soup January 17, Butter Bean Curry January 14, One Pan Lentil Lasagne November 30, Mushroom Milanese Sandwich November 28, Anna Hayes May 11, - pm Wow this looks incredible!

Will give it a go this weekend! Roxy June 5, - pm Glad you like the recipe 🙂 All the best, Roxy So Vegan. Steph August 28, - pm Hi, can I ask with the oats, is this 2 cups of oats-then blended? Séverine July 1, - pm It is so good and tasty that I just keep doing it!!!

Roxy, So Vegan January 6, - pm Thanks Séverine! Roxy, So Vegan January 6, - pm Hey Donna. Roxy, So Vegan January 6, - pm Hey Freeman. You can substitute with any flour. Thanks, Roxy So Vegan. Tessa July 13, - pm I made this last night and it was incredible!!

Roxy, So Vegan January 6, - pm Amazing! Thanks Tessa. em September 2, - pm Can you freeze it? Roxy, So Vegan January 6, - pm Hey Em. Saskia-Rose December 18, - am My absolute favorite pizza base recipe! So simple and delicious, thanks so much! Roxy, So Vegan January 6, - pm Thank you!

Elena May 8, - pm Hi Roxy, can you replace oat flour with buckwheat flakes ground into flour? Bjarne February 8, - pm Do you think it will work with rice flour instead?

: Sweet potato pizza crust

Ingredients For Gluten Free Sweet Potato Pizza Crust The chia seeds can probably be replaced with flax seeds, right? Home » Vegan Recipes » Sweet Potato Pizza Crust. Add ¼ cup more oat flour, if needed, to achieve the correct thickness. I love how much Vitamin A I've been getting lately because of all this pizza I'm eating ; hahah. While I usually think of pizza crust as a mere canvas for tasty toppings, I really loved the mildly sweet and garlicky flavour, as well as the wholesome texture, of this crust. Next Post.
Sweet Potato Pizza Crust I cruts been sourcing for Sweet potato pizza crust good vegan Fast resupply turnaround recipe Sweef 4 Seeet and tried anything and everything that even vaguely sounded good; alas, I was always wrong. Hi, Bethany! Transfer to a large mixing bowl and mash with a potato masher. Followed recipe well. I have now changed it to 1 slice, I hope that helps. Can't wait to try this!!
Storing your sweet potato crust Also its just fantastic with only a tiny bit of butter and some garlic. I baked the sweet potato in the oven instead of steaming. hi I would like to try this but we do not have cups as measurements in uk so can you tell me in kilos and grams. It looks fab! So many GF pizza crusts have eggs in them
Sweet Potato Pizza Crust | Vegan & Gluten-Free The consistency should be spreadable and scoopable, not runny. Thanks for the clarifying, Lydia! I work long long hours and like to make batches of food on the weekend so that my week day meals are quick to prepare. It's helpful to know that flax seeds work well. Great to hear! Hi there, Do you think I can use arrowroot flour instead of tapioca and brown rice instead of white rice flour?

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