Healthy Pizza with Missionfoods Pizza Crust
That one question that I always get is how a food blogger keep up with eating so much and at the same time staying fit and healthy. Eating correctly and planning your meals ahead plays a big role and of course that daily dose of stretching and working out is mandatory. Breakfast of brunch is that first meal of the day you should insist on eating wholesome. If you’ve been following my snapchat/ig, you’ll see that I start the day super wholesome no matter what. For those who think that breakfasts are usually boring, you might want to explore pizzas for breakfast!
Wait a minute. How can pizza be a part of wholesome breakfast? Pizza is probably known to be one of the quickest and easiest food for any event. Be it movie night, potlucks, or picnics and parties, pizzas are fantastic for both indoor and outdoor occasions. Better yet, I am telling you it could even be a part of wholesome breakfast or brunch! ( just follow me on instagram for my quirky breakfast and healthy meals and eating tips)
Working together with Mission Foods Malaysia, Ive created a nutritious and delicious pizza recipe that I know would brighten up your weekend breakfast or brunch. Mission is a brand that promises the highest quality products that are quick & easy to use. Here is one of my favourite pizza recipes with their ready to use pizza crusts.
Here is the Sunny Green Pizza with plenty of vegetables and fibre and nutritiously perfect to kick start a lovely lazy Sunday.
This recipe serves 2 pax and I recommend a good coffee to go with it for brunch.
1 Mission Foods wholemeal pizza crust
200g baby bok choy
3 cloves garlic chopped finely
1 medium red onion chopped
1 Tbs olive oil
1 Tbs greek yougurt
100 ml cream
2-3 eggs (depending on your liking)
1 Fresh Fig sliced thinly (can be replaced with 2-3 dried figs chopped into small pieces)
1 Tbs feta cheese crumbled
Smoked salmon slices
1 tsp roasted sunflower seed (optional)
1 Tbs pomegranate (optional)
Preparation and cooking (20 minutes)
1. Wash vegetables and chop the stem finer than the leaves. Leave a few bigger pieces for garnishing.
2. Put olive oil, chopped onion and chopped vegetables into pan and cook. Stir in chopped garlic and season with tiny pinch of salt.
3. Pour cream into pan and continue cooking. Stir in Greek yogurt before removing pan from stove.
4. Spread cooked baby bok choy on pizza crust and pour your eggs on top.
5. Arrange salmon slices and figs evenly on pizza. Sprinkles crumbled feta cheese on top and continue cooking in 250 oC preheated oven for 7 minutes.
Sprinkle sunflower seed and pomegranate rubies for extra texture and that fresh hint of sweetness from those red rubies.
Grinding some fresh black pepper before serving or even a quick squeeze of lime would elevate this healthy brunch but I like them best to go Ethiopian coffee. They are perfect to start the day.
With Mission Foods Malaysia’s no frill pizza crust, any meal can be simple, delicious and nutritious at such convenient versatility-I can easily give you a different pizza on a daily basis at fingertips. Enjoy and have fun staying healthy.
If you enjoy making your own pizza, here is your chance to win a Pizza Kit that includes pizza crusts, a pizza peel and your very own pizza cutter. Just post your pizza photos with #missionpizzaMY and be sure to leave your account public. It’s that simple!