So you may know or not know I opened a Youtube channel last year, but I only uploaded three recipes and always forgot to update it. Filming and editing is a bit more time consuming and not really my thing yet, but I do enjoy filming some of my recipes now and again and I thought I should really start uploading more videos since now. This time I wanted to share one of my favorite recipes I discovered an year ago or so and edited a few times to finally create the perfect whole-wheat version: my delicious whole-wheat pizza muffins!
For 6 pizza muffins you’ll need:
35g whole-wheat flour
85g white flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
1 teaspoon salt
17g grated parmesan
30ml seed/olive oil
1 large egg
To start with I chop all my tomatoes in half, and in half again and again to have little tomatoe cubes in the end and put them aside, then do the same with the mozzarella and put it aside as well as we’ll need both of them later. Mix together the flours in a big bowl and then start adding all the other ingredients in the same order as listed: baking powder, salt, grated parmesan, milk, oil and lastly the large egg. Mix everything together until smooth and then start adding your chopped tomatoes and mozzarella, sprinkle with lots of oregano which will provide the classic pizza flavor, and lastly mix everything again and again until uniform. Then I usually brush some olive oil in my muffin tin to avoid my muffins to stick to it, and then place the mixture in it. The tin is ready to be placed in the centre of your oven and be cooked for 25 minutes at 180°C. They’ll be ready when golden brown, and you can then take them out of the oven, but always remember to let them sit and cool for 10 to 15 minutes before taking them out of the tin and eat them.
These are delicious as appetizer or even as a complete meal – they taste super amazing and if you’re a pizza lover you should definitely give them a whirl. Also you can add whichever ingredient you like to them, for example I sometimes add some green olive and they come out even more delicious.
So you may know or not know I opened a Youtube channel last year, but I only uploaded three recipes and always forgot to update it. Filming and editing is a bit more time consuming and not really my thing yet, but I do enjoy filming some of my recipes now and again and I…