I adore broccoli. Maybe, subconsciously, that is why I decided to blog about it on Valentines Day. I just cant get enough of this delicious cruciferous vegetable. Did you know that it contains almost twice as much vitamin C as an orange? Amazing, huh? Usually I stick to roasting it with a drizzle of olive oil and a sprinkle of salt to help bring out its natural sweetness. Cooked like that, it is better than popcorn. My husband and I often devour a whole baking tray of the crispy little florets. But today I decided to make something a bit different this roasted broccoli and white bean soup.
A gluten-free pizza crust doesn’t have to be made with only flour. In today’s world, a healthy approach to making pizza is adding vegetables to the crust. In this recipe I used butternut squash, adding valuable nutrients and fibre. The toppings I choose is gluten-free spicy Italian Sausage, fresh tomatoes, onions, bell pepper, and cheddar cheese, all of which compliment this amazing butternut squash pizza crust. This pizza crust can hold plenty of toppings, feel free to choose your favourites