Go on, feed your babies "beer pizza" - I did!

Ah, beer pizza. Put 3 cups of flour in a bowl, add a tablespoon of baking powder and pour in a fresh beer. Roll it out on a pan, top with sauce and cheese then bake on 425 for 25 minutes. Beer pizza!

I'm a fancy lady who lifts her pinky when eating beer pizza, so I added a tablespoon of olive oil to the dough, a dash of garlic salt and some oregano. I'm filing this in my imaginary White Trash Recipes file along with Velveeta-Rotel dip and Cool Whip pie. Mmmm, doggie!
I was inspired to make beer pizza tonight because, well, I didn't think of anything for dinner until 7:00 and I could pull this together in a flash. But also because I overheard Bee pretending to serve air pizza to her buddies at the playground today. Aw, and she thought I was ignoring her while I traded juicy gossip with my mom homies. Wrong again, baby. Mommy has two ears.
For anyone on board with the Spreadsheet Diet, if you use fat-free mozzarella and slice this into six slices (which are HUGE and satisfying), it has 3 grams of fat, 60 carbs, 17 grams of protein, 7 grams of fiber and 321 calories per serving*. Holla!
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This innocent child plays with scissors and eats Beer Pizza.
*Nutrition information is based on 2 cups white flour, 1 cup whole wheat, half a can of Wild Harvest organic tomato sauce, 1 tbsp olive oil and two cups of Kraft fat-free mozzarella. I really only used the fat-free version on my half because I like to make my babies nice and fat!

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  • LOL at Bee's caption. Kira is obsessed with pizza, which is funny because she seems to only enjoy it 50% of the time. But it's always nice when I ask her if she wants to eat and she says "Yeth. Pizza!" Innocent listeners probably think I feed my chid nothing but junk (considering she calls plain milk "chocolate" LOL)

    Anyhoodle...Joseph would love this recipe. Gonna try it!

  • In reply to mpurkis:

    I would not sub in more than a 1/3 while wheat. I tried it again with more than 1 cup and it got kinda brick-ish. Oh, and of course you know the alcohol cooks out :)

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