Firstly, ensure your rice is cooked and sweet potato has been oven roasted
Preheat oven to 180 Degrees Celsius
Combine the rice, sweet potato and baking powder in the food processor and mix until you achieve a thick, dough-like texture
Sprinkle a small amount of extra protein powder, or flour (almond meal, wholemeal flour) onto a pizza stone or baking dish, and rub some over your hands, to prevent the dough from sticking
Take out the dough and press into a circle shape onto your pizza stone. Use a kneading motion to push the thickness out to the edges, until you have an even thickness throughout
Remove the dough from the stone, now cover the stone with a piece or baking paper or foil then return the dough to the paper or foil covered stone
Bake in the oven for 5-10 minutes, until the dough starts to dry out/harden slightly
Remove from the oven, cover the dough with another sheet of baking paper, and flip upside down onto the stone. Peel away the original piece of baking paper, then bake this side in the oven for 5 – 10 minutes
Now you can add your toppings! Have fun with this, place contrasting coloured vegies on your pizza and arrange them to appeal to your eyes. Ensure they are all chopped in different shapes and sizes to add different dimensions and textures.
Pop back into the oven to brown for approximately 15 – 20 minutes until vegies have started to brown slightly
Don't forget to top with basil and chilli to add extra colour and flavour!
* You can use any cooked grain that is included in your meal plan to replace brown rice if necessary, eg quinoa, freekah, barley or buckwheat
* As an alternative to sweet potato, try cauliflower or legumes
* If you don’t want to use protein powder, almond meal, quinoa flakes and oats work well
* If your dough is too dry after any of the abovementioned alternatives, try adding an egg or water. If it is too wet, add more protein powder, oats or flour