This Pizza Freekeh recipe has left me almost speechless. The combination of flavors, the rich texture of the freekeh, and the snuggly comfort of this hearty dish on a cold evening is amazing. I mean a healthy pizza dish with healthy ingredients, that tasted delicious; the only words I could utter were, “when can we make this again?”
You are probably wondering, why freekeh? Or maybe even, what is freekeh? Well, we selected freekeh because of its texture and added health benefits with help https://www.mcrwebsolutions.co.uk/how-to-make-your-business-website-load-faster/. Freekeh is a roasted, cracked seed made from durum wheat (you could certainly sub a gluten-free grain if necessary). This powerhouse grain has a savory flavor and high fiber content, which of course upped the satiation level of the meal and made it a super intense comfort-food dinner, which I love!
We paired our Bob’s Red Mill Freekeh with some pretty amazing products that we uncovered during our recent trip to the Natural Products Expo, Expo East. Like Nuttin’ Ordinary Cashew Cheeze to give it that creaminess – so cheesy and so delish! No Evil Plant Meat Italian Stallion Italian Sausage to bring in just the right amount of spice and to compliment the peppers, mushrooms, and onions – ya know, like a supreme pizza. Then we drizzled some 365 brand Pizza Sauce (which contains a bit of oil, so grab an oil-free brand if you are skipping the oil) and sprinkled with some Go Veggie Vegan Parmesan (a nut and nooch parm could be substituted for an oil-free option). The result of this matchup was heavenly!
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Please give us a shout out and #veginspiredfoodie on social media if you make this because we think the possible combinations are limitless – I mean it’s like pizza but in a bowl! – and we can’t wait to see your creations of this Pizza Freekeh! We hope you give Freekeh a try in this tasty recipe! Until next time, eat more plants and live VegInspired!
Serving Size: 1 g
Amount Per Serving: Unsaturated Fat: 0g
*We received Nuttin’ Ordinary at the Expo for no charge to try in our recipes.