Bacon & Banana Pizza Is Actually A Thing - and with Lo-Dough it's a real treat
Believe it or not, banana is a common addition to pizza in Sweden. They actually do it with a curry style sauce on the base, but we thought we'd ease you in with this unusual pizza recipe... one step at a time.
It's definitely a crowd splitter - 'Thank God it's a Lo-Dough pizza, because it wouldn't be worth the calories otherwise'.
But that's just one man's opinion - some of the other guys at Lo-Dough towers thought it was actually pretty good, sort of like a Hawaiian (ham and pineapple), salty and sweet. It's also high in protein and fibre and only 404 calories, even with regular bacon!
It definitely isn't gonna suit everyone - but it would be remiss of us not to feature it.
Did you know? Lo-Dough is:
High fibre | fat free | low-carb | gluten free | dairy free | high protein | paleo | vegetarian | sugar free
- 1 piece of
- 2 tbsps of passata
- 60g of grated mozzarella
- 2 rashers of bacon, grilled and cut into pieces
- Half a banana (ideally, slightly under ripe), sliced
- 2-3 sprays of fry-light oil
What you'll need
This diet-friendly recipe is possible with:
- Preheat your oven to 250°C/475F/Gas 9.
Spray the fry-light into a pan, and fry off your
Lo-Doughto add some colour to the base.
Lo-Doughonto your cooking tray/pizza stone/air-fryer stand and spoon the passata over, making sure to spread it right to the edge.
- Add half the cheese, then the bacon and banana, followed by the other half of the cheese.
- Bake in your oven for 7-9 minutes or until golden and bubbling. Serve straight away.
💡 Top Tip
If you feel you like your base could be crispier when it comes out, try adding back to a hot, dry frying pan for 8-10 seconds and remove with a fish slice.
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