I've seen various recipes for these running about the interwebs, but since I didn't much fancy the idea of making a load of them, I've guesstimated a cut down version that only makes two servings (for me as the hubs)
1 Matzo Cracker (I actually used some 'Food Doctor' Organic Wholegrain Spelt Crackers I had laying around the house)
1 serving of vegan margarine (about 7 g)
4 tsp brown sugar
4 squares of 70% dark chocolate (20g) - cut into small chunks (Chocolate chips would be better if you had them)
- Preheat oven to 180C.
- Spread marge on cracker
- Top with sugar
- Stick into oven
- Keep an eye until sugar starts to bubble apx 3 mins
- Take out and sprinkle with chocolate
- Let chocolate melt, then spread with a knife
- Allow to cool/set (those of you who are impatient might put these in the freezer!)
Yomp, with the brand of crackers I used, this worked out at only 130kcals for a half sheet of cracker.... seemed very low for something so indulgent. Below is a picture of what once portion looks like.
Most weekends, I make a Pizza, because a) I really like them and b) it's a good way of using up any veggies that are starting to look like they won't make it through to the next week ;)
My preferred dough is a very simple one
200g flour of choice
1/2 tsp salt
1 tsp quick action yeast
1 tbs olive oil
I normally whack this in the breadmaker to knead for 5 mins, then leave to prove for 30 mins. After this, I knock it back, and by the time the oven has warmed up and I've topped the pizza, it's ready to go. I always dust my pizza surface with dried polenta as this adds a nice crunch, more then plain flour.
Oh, and for the manically curious, I had a tofu casserole thing for breakfast, and red lentil soup with jalapeno peppers and tomato for lunch... and both were scrummy
Today's pizza was topped with 1/2 can of tomatoes, mixed with a tbs of ketchup and a little garlic. The veggies were red onions, green pepper, mushroom and the smallest ever bit of left over courgette. I cooked this for 10 min @ 230c, then added some beef seitan I had sat in the fridge and cooked for another 5.