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Baby bok choy doesn’t always have to be sautéed or stir-fried! This light, crispy pizza is not only packed with vitamins and nutrients, it takes advantage of the wonderful, crunchy texture of the greens, for a fun, delicious, unique appetizer or entree.
Disclaimer: I was compensated by Jade Asian Greens to create this recipe. However, like always, the opinions are entirely my own. Promise 🙂
I have so many clients (and friends) asking to help them to make some lifestyle changes and healthier choices. Most people think they have to obtain an “all or nothing” attitude in order to see results.
Not true. You really can have your cake and eat it too.
Ok, to clarify, you can occasionally have a small piece of cake, but you get the idea. Eating healthy doesn’t have to mean borings salads and smoothies.
It’s all about moderation and that’s easy enough to say, but sometimes that can be difficult to manage. Just keeping it real here.
This pizza is packed with vitamins and nutrients, and let’s be honest, this is anything but boring.
When Jade Asian Greens sent me a whole bunch of scrumptious greens for me to cook with, I was so excited to see Baby Bok Choy! It’s one of my favorite leafy greens that I don’t seem to eat enough of.
Baby Bok Choy is Chinese cabbage that is mild in flavor but has a wonderful, crunchy texture. Typically used in Asian dishes, Baby Bok Choy is loaded with Vitamin A, C, K, potassium, folate, beta-carotene and amino acids.
But did I mention how crunchy and delicious it is?
I like to add greens to my pizzas to add a bunch of vitamins, minerals and fiber. It’s an easy way to add some more nutrition to your diet.
I’ve added spinach, kale, even mixed baby greens, why not mix it up with bok Choy?
Baby Bok Choy takes less time to cook than full-size Bok Choy and I am all about saving time these days. How adorable are these little guys?
I love anything mini.
Whenever I’ve made Baby Bok Choy I’ve sautéed it, and eaten it as a side dish. Although equally delicious, this was a really fun way to eat it! And besides being super healthy and delicious, this recipe is EASY!
Chopping the Baby Bok Choy was the most difficult part (and it was super duper easy!)
That’s just to show you how easy this really is.
And let’s be honest with three kids and working full time, I always need easy.
Ok, one more teaser…
This pizza slices into perfect little pieces which make a wonderful, unique appetizer. And wait, isn’t today the Superbowl or something?
Appetizer, snack, lunch, dinner… you name it. This will be perfect any way you would like it.
I’m in my hospital fog and feel really out of the real world. Better yet, I am going home today so feel free to make this for me and drop it off 🙂
All joking aside, people have been so amazing and helpful and have been making me incredible meals and dishes that both me and my family have loved and appreciated so much. We are truly grateful for all of the love and support.
I wouldn’t have been able to get through all of this without all of my friends and family.
If you make this pizza or any of my other recipes, please come back and let me know. I love to hear from you!
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