Easy Healthy Delicious Home-Made Pizza!

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So tonight me and Ray made some easy homemade pizzas! We made vegetarian pizzas, but you can easily at your favourite meat topping, such as salami, beef, or chicken. They are an extremely quick, nutritious, yummy, and filling dinner idea or snack. For those who haven’t tried pizza made on Lebanese bread, you should try it!! The base is really crisp and crunchy– it is really nice not to mention way healthier!

They took about 30 minutes, including preparation and cooking time.

What you need: Whole meal Lebanese bread, tomato paste, diced onion, grated cheddar cheese, thinly sliced zucchini, thin strips of capsicum, green olives (I find green olives way tastier than black ones), sliced mushroom, cayenne pepper (this is optional, but for those who like to spice their meals up a bit it is really nice!).

Simple side salad (optional)- cos lettuce, sliced tomato, sliced gherkin, grated carrot, 100% fat free French Dressing (optional).

How to make them:

1) Pre-heat oven to 180 degrees Celsius

2) Spread tomato paste on bread. Add diced onions. Top with all of the vegetables, cheese, and a sprinkle of cayenne pepper.

3) Put pizzas into oven- this works best if you lay them on a square of tin foil. However if you are careful you can just put it straight into the oven.

4) Take them out after 15 minutes or when they look crisp and the cheese has melted. Cut into 4 slices.

Serve with side salad!

sdfsdAnd it is as easy as that! Dinner done! I hope people try this recipe out and realise that pizza doesn’t have to be an unhealthy dinner, but can be really nutritious and healthy!

 

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DIY Beautiful Outdoor Birthday Get-together!

Here are some pictures of a really great birthday gathering I went to today. It was such a lovely set-up! I hope you get some inspiration to create a breath-taking setting for an event, or just to relax in!

To create this look, you need: a gazebo, outdoor fairy lights (warm white), white net (the ones we used are actually mosquito nets), chandelier (optional), a rug, cushions, a small low table, basic decorations (i.e.vase of flowers, candles). Music also helps to set the mood!

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IMG_5387A gazebo draped with fairy lights and sheer billowing sheets creates such a magical feeling.

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We were surrounded by flickering candle light and the glittering reflections from the crystal chandelier as we came together for a night of good company, good food, and good conversation.

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IMG_5527Follow the lights for a night of magic and wonder…

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IMG_5487I just love this shot of the flowers with the fairy lights in the background- don’t you?

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The soothing, ethereal music from a Celtic harp dramatically added to the mystical, surreal vibe of the setting.

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While I took a few of these photos, most of them were taken by Ray. Check out his other photos and photography tips on his blog!