Mulberry berries. Founded in 1983, the purple pizza contains type 1 flour and a mulberry blackberry smoothie. A great way to combine the great nutritional values of mulberry with the goodness of pizza.
Cous cous. The couscous pizza is made by cooking the couscous in water keeping it away from the flame and making sure to keep the mixture homogeneous to spread it, season it and bake it. Remember not to keep it in the oven for too long to prevent it from drying out.
Rice. Rice pizza is tasty and good for you. It is sufficient to boil the rice, better if the Japanese one to prevent it from draining, and drain it al dente. Proceed with the dressing and spreading on a baking sheet before baking it.
Zucchini. For this variant, cut the courgettes into slices with oil and salt, then put them in the oven and season them with the desired ingredients to create truly delicious mini-pizzas.
Cauliflower. Blending the cauliflower together with eggs, parmesan and salt you get a mixture suitable to be spread, cooked and seasoned with various ingredients. All to have a light and above all delicious pasta.
Quinoa. Suitable for coeliacs, the quinoa dough for pizza is a good alternative to yeast dough. The quinoa is mixed and cooked together with oat flakes, salt and oil, then the whole is spread, creating a base that is not too thin and is seasoned at will before baking.