Pizza Recipe

These are super fun and often a big hit with the whole family as they can be customised to each person’s tastes! They are easy too, no rising time and no rolling pins needed!

Ingredients (makes 3, can double to make more):

1 3/4 (220g) plain flour
2 1/4 tsp baking powder
1 cup of yoghurt

Toppings= anything you like, you can use the table for suggestions:

Pizza topping optionsHow it will help you (the Nutrition)
Cheese (grated)Cheese is also a source of Calcium & Vit D, maintaining teeth + bone strength  
Chicken/ Turkey cooked leftovers Tuna    Lean unprocessed meats like left over chicken/ turkey are great protein options (prepacked ham and chicken slices tend to be highly processed and high in salt).   Tuna also provides a protein boost to help increase muscle mass. Perfect for when you’re having a break on your walk/ day out when your body is most effective at burning fat & building muscle.  
Smoked salmon/ tinned salmon/ mackerel  Salmon and mackerel add Omega 3, which helps with brain function, tiredness & mood regulation. Hopefully fuelling you for your adventure  
Raw Spinach Sweetcorn (from a tin) Olives Mushrooms PeppersYou can also help combat tiredness through adding iron-rich spinach to the wraps, you don’t even have to chop it!   Veggies are packed with fibre which will keep you full and a long-term is vitamins A, D C & E that they contain in to help your body fight off colds & maintain healthy teeth, bones & eye health    
Tomato puree as a base or pesto  Tomato puree is a source of Vit A, helps to maintain eyesight, choosing this option probably won’t help you see better for your walk that day but it’ll help long term!


1. Mix the flour, yoghurt and baking powder together until it resembles a dough

Preheat oven to 200c
2. Transfer the dough ball to a lightly floured work surface and separate into 3 balls, then use your hands to begin flattening and shaping the dough into 3 rounds.

3. If the dough begins to stick, sprinkle on a bit more flour. Carefully transfer the dough to a lightly floured baking sheet.

4. Top with your toppings and bake for 25-30 minutes

5. Cool and put in Tupperware in the fridge until your picnic. They will last for 3 days in the fridge

Check my Instagram @nutricoachmumma, Facebook, and website for more tasty recipes and Nutritional information explained. My new NutriCoach guide is available for download which has recipes and explains how food works in our bodies like the above blog post, along information on eating behaviours. It is not a traditional prescriptive ‘diet plan’, it’s full of nutritional information and recipe ideas to introduce you to a healthy, sustainable and achievable mindset like that of intuitive eating.

I also produce personalised plans and provide online support for different diets/ allergies e.g. vegan, nut-free via virtual appointment. As well as downloadable weaning guides and plans. I work with a wide variety of clients, including families, please see my newly launched website for details and to book in with me and get your free into form emailed to you.

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