Took things really easy this morning and did 5 very slow miles on the treadmill.
Focusing on some races ahead (there are a lot) and we all know what happened last year the Thursday after I ran the ASICS LA Marathon, so I’m just a bit out of it today. Yes, it was exactly a year ago that I woke up with my injury. Weird.
The next race I have on the agenda is Transamerica Rock ‘n’ Roll 1/2 Marathon San Francisco. Since today is the 13th and all (and you know, 13.1 miles is a half marathon) I thought some of you might want to come run with me. Ha ha.
Just in case……
Okay, random, but I just need to say that travel planning makes me so darn nervous. Seriously. It makes me feel sick to my stomach a bit and take me FOREVER. Why is that? Does that happen to you too?
It really is for the birds.
Speaking of birds, these chickens have been cracking me up lately.
Always trying to photo bomb and such. Silly.
Just in case you want to see it here’s my random spaghetti squash creation of the day.
This afternoon needed (yes, needed) a little protein almond milk mocha too.
Oh hey- some of you guessed it by the way. I didn’t get a picture of the actual one, but there was one of these in the sock.
Yeah, They’re everywhere over here.
So, that grain free salmon pizza crust I made the other day.
I haven’t made it again, but I have made my men some pretty good looking pizzas the past couple of nights for dinner (the standard homemade pizza recipe from a long time ago).
Just in case you’re craving some salmon pizza and all though, I thought I’d share the simple recipe.
Here you go.
Grain Free Salmon Pizza Crust
(makes one medium pizza crust)
1 can pink salmon (or tuna), drained
2 tablespoons coconut flour (14 grams)
1/4 teaspoon baking powder
garlic salt, garlic powder, sea salt, Italian seasoning, crushed red pepper, oregano- for seasoning
1/4 cup water
Mix all ingredients together.
Shape into crust on parchment paper (I used a fork) on a microwavable plate and microwave for 3-4 minutes.
Add pizza toppings of choice.
Bake at 425 convection for 10-12 minutes (or 450 regular for the same amount of time).
You can probably use a whole egg or two egg whites, but I only used one egg white and it worked well.
You might not need the full 1/4 cup water. You can always start with just two tablespoons and then add additional if needed.
I didn’t measure any of the seasonings, I just sprinkled them all in there. I’m sure you can experiment.
Here’s a couple pictures how it went down over here.
I used this salmon from Costco.
I had this guy helping me.
It looked like this after the microwave.
This is the best Penzeys Spices pizza seasoning ever.
I don’t do cheese on my pizzas, but I load them up with just about everything else.
After 12 minutes in the oven my experiment was a success.
Yep, that easy.
Yep, that good.
Okay, gotta run.
But, just for those of you who need to see the boys, here’s a picture from this morning.
And…. for today’s guessing game. Guess what Joaquin wanted for breakfast.
Have a great night!
What’s the weirdest thing you’ve made a pizza crust out of?
Do you like travel planning?