Healthy Sweet Potato Pizza || Recipe

While I’m probably not going to wake up looking like Kendall Jenner, I have been trying my best to eat a little healthier, drink enough water and get myself in better shape. While my diet is a lot better than it used to be, I still have the odd blip. I know we all have our junk food vices, be it the Chinese down the road, cheesy chips or chicken nuggets but mine is pizza. Although I’ve swapped my old Dominos or Pizza Hut thin and crispy for a Marks & Spencer’s stone baked one, it’s not normally something you could describe as a “healthy dinner“. So, after seeing various recipes for cauliflower and sweet potato pizza on Pintrest I tried to make my own. While I was busy trying out and tweeking the recipe a few times, I was contacted by Wren Kitchens about inputting to their Little Kitchen hub and thought my final super easy and kinda fun to make sweet potato pizza recipe would be a good fit.

What you’ll need;

  • 2 or 3 medium sized sweet potatoes.
  • 100g of almond flour.
  • 1 tsp of baking powder.
  • 1 tsp of salt.
  • Jar of pizza sauce.
  • Herbs & spices – your choice of, personally I used oregano, coriander and paprika.
  • Toppings & cheese.

What to do;

  • Fill a pan with water and bring it to the boil. While that’s heating, peel and chop the sweet potato into chunks.
  • Pre heat the oven to 210 degrees.
  • Boil the potato for around 10 minutes or until a knife goes through easily.
  • Drain the potatoes and mash into a large bowl along with your flour, baking powder, salt and herbs. Side note; don’t do what I did first time making it and think “nahhh I don’t need all that flour..” The whole pizza fell apart. Still tasty though..
  • Line a baking tray with parchment paper.
  • Knead the mix (it should look kind of like orange pizza dough) and put the mix on the tray. It should ideally be around 1cm thick.
  • Bake the pizza base for around 20 minutes or until the edges are slightly browned.
  • Top with the jar of pizza sauce and your choice of toppings and cheese and put back in the oven for another five to ten minutes (depending on how crispy you like your toppings)
  • This should serve two.. Or one very hungry Fran.

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  • YUM! id love to try making this
    Pam xo/ Pam Scalfi♥

  • Yummy yummy recipe <3
    you made it very simple for us to follow it Thanks =)


  • Ahhh this sounds so good, I'm allergic to gluten so pizza has been off limits for many years for me, all the GF alternatives have been like eating tomato-y and cheese cardboard. Blah! This, this I will have to try, I love sweet potatoes anyways and this recipe sounds really simple. ^_^
    Thank you for sharing 🙂

    Juyey xx

  • Thank you!
    It was pretty darn tasty 😀 xx

  • One of my best friends is GF too and has said the same about glutten free pizza, let me know how you get on if you try this 😀 xx

  • This looks soooo good but is there a substitute for the almond flour? (nut allergy over here)