Flatbread pizza

People love pizza and Nuush clients adore our version.

Made with pitta, mini naan or a small flatbread it’s a perfect portion size so you can fit an humungus salad on the side!


  • wholemeal pitta, 2 x mini naan or a small flatbread (though feel free to make your own dough)
  • tinned tomatoes, or passata
  • olive oil
  • ½ teaspoon of sugar
  • 2 teaspoons of tomato puree
  • spinach leaves
  • baby tomatoes
  • red onions, finely sliced in rings
  • any other veg you like!
  • 1 ball of good quality mozzarella, not the old rubbery stuff but the buffalo stuff
  • seasoning, including dried mixed herbs
  • fresh basil
  • 1 free range organic egg if you like an egg on your pizza

Nuush clients: Please apply the portion sizes stated in your account and divide the recipe so that you make only as much you need.


Make your tomato sauce by blending the tinned toms or passata with tomato puree, 1tbsp olive oil, sugar, salt and black pepper. You can freeze leftovers or save for a pasta sauce base. To be honest I often just use Pizza Express tinned passata for speed.

Lightly oil a baking tray or use a pizza stone. Place the pitta, naan or flatbread on it and add a thin layer of tomato sauce.

Add a handful of spinach, remember spinach cooks right down. Add your chopped veg and onions. Don’t go overly crazy with spinach and veg amounts or you’ll get a soggy pizza.

Finely chop the mozzarella or just slice and add. I find finely chopping it makes it work better. Put it all over the pizza. Crack an egg in the middle if you like.

Add salt, black pepper and dried herbs and a drizzle of olive oil.

Bake in your hottest oven for about ten mins.

Scatter some fresh basil over. Serve with half a plate of amazing salad using at least five different salad items and a nice all-natural dressing.

Nutrition Info


Nutrients depend on what topping you choose but the mozzarella and tomatoes will give you calcium, vitamin B12, vitamins A and C, B2, B12, B6. Tomatoes pack in lots of vitamins C and A and you can add other veg such as spinach to increase vitamin K, onions for quercitin and a whole range of different veg or meat toppings.

Good honest nutrition

You had me at pizza.


Portion Guidelines

Instead of living with the bore of weighing food, counting points or calories and tapping everything you eat into a phone you can use nature’s custom-designed tool – your hands!

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