Pizza bread – simple and vegan

Ordering a good pizza can be a pain in the butt. Sometimes it comes too sloppy and sometimes it is totally burned and hard as a stone. Since this happened to me once or twice, plus I got tired of telling pizza deliveries what I do not want on my pizza ( everything besides tomato sauce and herbs!) I decided to create my own way of pizza bread which is as minimalistic and easy to make as possible. I hope you enjoy trying it out on a lazy or busy day.

This pizza bread is so easy to make you won’t even notice the effort and are going to enjoy the scent of freshly baked bread and the irresistible taste.

For 2 small breads you need:

  • 250g spelled flour
  • 1 tsp dry yeast
  • 1/2 tsp xylitol (I used Xucker)
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • different dried or fresh herbs
  • garlic powder
  • chilli powder
  • a handful chopped olives
  • about 4 tbl olive oil

Mix flour, dry yeast, xylitol and salt in a medium bowl. Slowly whisk in 150ml of lukewarm water with the handle of a wooden spoon. Let rest covered with a towel in a warm and dark place for 60 minutes.

Take the measurements of the bottom of the pan and cut a matching sized shape of baking paper. Pre heat your often to 250 degrees Celsius and place the iron pan in the middle of the often. Devise the dough into two equal parts and try to knead it as little as possible. Spread it over the baking paper in the pan.


Cover it with herbs and olives, sprinkle the spices over it, and add olive oil. Bake for about 12 minutes and then prepare the second half. You can increase the quantity by increasing the quantity of the ingredients.

One pizza bread has the following nutritional values: 769kcal, 35g fat, 93g carbohydrates, 2g sugar, 18g protein and 7g fibre. 

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