Baked Goods, Gluten Free, Main, Recipes

Pizzas. Pizzas.

December 7, 2014

“Laughter is brightest in the place where food is.” – Irish Proverb

The reason why I enjoy cooking so much is because it’s the best way to connect family and friends together at the same table. We often struggle to find time for one another and I think food is the ultimate binding agent that helps bring us together no matter how busy our schedules can get.

I had the pleasure of hosting a casual dinner for my friends this week. Had an incredibly inspiring conversation with them talking about life aspirations and dreams. My friend is the absolute epitome of someone who has ‘taken a leap of faith’. She resigned from her safe, stable job and decided to pursue a lifestyle that allows her to do what she loves for a living. I ended off the night feeling stronger and more motivated than ever to do the same. Thanks Ally & Kellie for inspiring me and pushing me to pursue my dreams!

All photos courtesy of

Toronto Documentary Wedding Photographer Ally Ho | EvolyllaPhotography

Make sure to visit her website and check out her portfolio!

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Felt like sharing a few photos of the love of my life. Enjoy : )


1 rolling pin
2 baking sheets
2 baking sheets
1 gluten free dough (I got mine at the local bakery)
any tomato based pasta sauce of your choice
2 cups of grated cheese (I used parmesan, mozzarella, cheddar and gouda cheese)


Radish Sprouts with Prosciutto

10 small 1/4 inch wide prosciutto strips
a handful of radish sprouts

Sun-dried Tomatos with Homemade Roasted Garlic and Purple Onion

1/4 cup of sun dried tomatoes soaked in olive oil
a handful of finely julienned purple onion
a clove of roasted garlic thinly sliced


Sliced Apple with Roasted Pecans and Goat Cheese

1 small apple, cut into thin slices
a handful of roughly chopped pecans
1/4 cup of plain goat cheese


1. Preheat the oven at 400 degrees celsius
2. Clean off your counter and coat with flour
3. Place the pizza dough on the floured countertop and sprinkle flour on the pizza dough so it’s not sticky
4. Start rolling out the pizza dough from the centre outwards until it’s about 1cm thick
5. Cover dough with pasta sauce, leaving only a 1/2 inch at the rim of the pizza uncovered
6. Sprinkle cheese on top until surface is fully covered
7. Sprinkle pizza toppings
8. Place on baking sheet
9. Bake in oven for 5-7 minutes

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