AIP Mini Pizzas [AIP Friendly, Egg Free, Gluten Free, Grain Free, Sugar Free, Paleo/Primal, Dairy Free]

Welcome to another personal hack of someone else’s awesome AIP friendly recipe!

Who else has had to learn to enjoy cheeseless, nightshadeless pizza while on AIP? Yeah. I though only vegans did cheeseless pizza. I thought it was pointless! But I was wrong… AIP friendly pizza is keeping me sane when all I want is a familiar, easy lunch!

I had made a bunch of leftover AIP Sandwich Rounds by Delicious Obsessions hanging out in the fridge threatening to go stale, so inspiration struck. I wanted pizza, my son wanted pizza. I had crust and a bunch of sauce and bacon. That is all.

Oo! And it fits nicely in your toaster oven!

Mini AIP Pizzas
Mini AIP Pizzas

Mini Pizzas

For The Crust:

  • One batch of Delicious Obsessions’ AIP Friendly Sandwich Rounds.
    NOTE: I HIGHLY recommend adding 1/2 tsp baking soda. The dough will some out a little lighter and in case of overcooking, it won’t come out too tough to bite through.

Method:

  • Follow instructions, adding 1/2 tsp baking soda.
  • Bake at 375 degrees F for only 15 minutes.
  • Allow to cool and flip over to use as crust.

Put it together:

  • Flip over you rounds to use as crust.
  • Add whatever AIP friendly or paleo sauce you like. I enjoy using garlic and olive oil, AIP pesto, The Primitive Homemaker’s No-Mato Sauce, and Autoimmune-Paleo’s Cherry BBQ Sauce
  • Add whatever paleo or AIP toppings you like. Bacon and sausage is always good, but sometimes leftover meats and roasted veggies are wonderfully filling. I like to chop up leftover cinnamon pork chops with pears and top the finished product with chopped salad greens and thin sliced green onions.
  • Place in oven or toaster oven at 370 degrees F and bake about 5 to ten minutes until everything is nice and hot and coming together.
  • Enjoy!

And that’s all it is. Simple, quick, easy. Perfect for lunch or light dinner with a nice salad. Your kids will love having their own personal pizza too. The crusts can be made any size to accommodate everyone (the above is just regular “sandwich” size), and I have actually used it to make one large round crust , which came out beautifully. Another versatile dough recipe!

Thanks for stopping by today!

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