Monday, July 25, 2011
Pizza Party!
This week is going to be a mad dash for everything. We have orientations today along with parent meetings at the school. Then Jay starts school this yeah, crazy week ahead. I felt like last week was the  start of the craziness, so unfortunately I was away from my computer for a huge portion of the week. Then, we spent a ton of time on the lake and just hanging out as a family for our last weekend of summer break. For those that have asked, Jay is going to a school early, but system he gets 2 week fall breaks, 2 week winter breaks and a 2 week spring break along with other days off throughout the year, so, they start a little earlier, but get tons of time. Anyway, all this to say, I'm sorry for not really being responsive to all of you, but I will be when we get over the hump of this week. To tell you how crazy the week was, I only worked out twice and that is not like me at all! I need my workouts back! Anyway, I'm rolling with the punches right now and just trying to get the kids ready for the school year ahead.

So, how do you celebrate after a day on the lake? With pizza, of course! I had a blast cooking up tons of different concoctions.

I used Bob's Red Mill Pizza Dough for a BBQ pork and onion pizza...

and a veggie loaded pizza for the illustrator that apparently did not get photographed OOPS.

I used socca for a tomato and onion pizza for Max (he is so my kid!)...

and a veggie loaded pizza for me!

Green peppers, banana peppers, fresh tomato, onion and zucchini all on top of an thick socca crust!

I wanted something "cheesy" to go on my pizza. I had no hummus or a humnut sauce, but since I had chickpea flour, I decided to give it a try mixed with nutritional yeast. OH was so good! The mixture was smooth, creamy and a little tangy. I put it on the pizza before I baked it. Perfect topper for my veggies!

In the mix, 1 TBSP chickpea flour, 1 tsp nutritional yeast, garlic powder, onion powder, salt and enough water to make a pourable mixture...YUM!

One corner got a little toasty...I love the burnt ends! I am must like my grandmother...I love toast on the dark side!

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