I've got a pizza crust recipe to share today! Last week I made a bunch of round and square crusts to keep on hand.

Buckwheat Tomato Crust
2 cups buckwheat, soaked
1 cup sunflower seeds
1/2 cup ground yellow flax seed
1/3 cup sun dried tomatoes, soaked
1/4 cup olive oil
3/4 cup tomato soak water
2 cloves garlic
1/2 cup chopped green onion
1 teaspoon himalayan salt
2 teaspoons agave
1Tbs dry or 1/4 cup fresh, packed basil
1 1/2 teaspoons tried oregano

In a food processor, grind the buckwheat, adding 1/4 cup of the 3/4 cup tomato soak water. Transfer to a bowl.
Grind the sunflower seeds. Add to the buckwheat along with the ground flax.
In a blender, combine all remaining ingredients until smooth.
Mix into the buckwheat/sunflower/flax.
Spread the mixture onto teflex sheets, creating rounds or squares. Score.
Dehydrate at 145F for 1 hour. Turn the temperature down to 115F and continue to dehydrate until you can flip the crusts over to the mesh screen. Dehydrate until dry.

I topped the pizza with cashew cheese, sun dried tomato/arugula pesto, marinated mushrooms, spinach, and tomato... covered it with more blobs of cheese and dehydrated them for a few hours.
Pesto: I wish I had written down the recipe, but it was made with: soaked, sun dried tomatoes, arugula, spinach, walnuts, garlic, olive oil, and himalayan salt.
Cheese: A mixture of cashews, water, lemon juice, garlic, nutritional yeast, and salt

Mushrooms: Sliced mushrooms and green onions, marinated in tamari, olive oil, lemon juice, and honey - dehydrated for a few hours.
Having crusts on hand makes it super easy to throw together a delicious pizza in minutes. You don't have to bother dehydrating it. For a 5 minute meal, mash some avocado on the crust for the cheese, layer sliced tomato, chopped spinach, and whatever other veggies you've got. For a quick splash of flavour without making a pesto, chop up some fresh basil and garlic - throw it on the pizza and drizzle a little olive oil on top.
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  1. November 30, 2009 at 20:48

    Perfect! This looks like a staple recipe, thanks!

  2. November 30, 2009 at 22:09

    That looks wonderful. I'm sure I could use this to convince the teens that raw food isn't just "rabbit food" ;-)

  3. December 1, 2009 at 00:29

    my husband promised me raw pizza one of these days. recipe sent to him. i will let you know the results. looks delish!

  4. December 1, 2009 at 07:18

    Ooooooh......this looks so DELICIOUS!!! Thank you for sharing this recipe. I am a babe to raw food preparations. Your blog is such a help and encouragement to me!<br /><br />(((((Hugs)))))<br />~Jacqui

  5. December 1, 2009 at 11:22

    I noticed that you said to use some of the buckwheat soaking water in the food processor to get it moving. You should -never- use nut, seed, or grain soaking water in your foods because the soak water contains all the enzyme inhibitors and is very acidic to the body. You're soaking these nuts, etc. to get -rid- of that stuff. <br /><br />Just a heads-up...<br /><br />Lisa Marie Lindenschmidt<br />Rite Food and Company

  6. December 1, 2009 at 14:41

    Thanks! Ive always thought it would be cool to have a raw pizza party... maybe one day!<br /><br />Lisa Marie... thanks for bringing it to my attention that I wasnt very clear in the recipe... it should be TOMATO soak water, not buckwheat water that is added back...

  7. December 1, 2009 at 14:45

    I am a seasonal raw vegan...raw in the summer and non-as-much-raw in the winter, because I am too cold to drink smoothies and the cooler raw foods. <br /><br />But I gotta say...this pizza just "looks" warm and fabulous! I just printed it out and am going to go make it now! <br /><br />How long do you keep your crusts on hand? Do you store in the fridge? Thanks for the recipe?

  8. December 1, 2009 at 19:44

    Thanks Jamie! You can easily store those crusts in the fridge for about 4 weeks, or in the freezer for months.

  9. December 2, 2009 at 16:25

    I love your site. What I like about your recipes is that I can imagine feeding them to my family. With kids, you can't just have "healthy," you need to have tasty as well. And, your food always looks that.

  10. December 2, 2009 at 17:32

    Thanks Goddess!<br /><br />Mama - that's good to know! I def want my future kids to eat this food :) thank you!

  11. December 5, 2009 at 19:19

    Hi Heathy<br />I am asking all raw food bloggers to post about Elaina Love and her son Dom. Dom's leukemia came back and they need help paying for Hippocrates, it's their last hope for him.<br />You can copy my blogpost<br />Thanks<br />Debbie

  12. December 23, 2009 at 00:49

    This was a great pizza! For some reason mine turns out better with dehydrated buckwheat sprouts. Maybe because I don't use enough water when I use the simply soaked ones. Thanks for this recipe. My hubby calls it pizza crackers. My daughter loved them too.

  13. December 29, 2009 at 04:53

    Your blog inspires me to lead a raw lifestyle. I'm a vegan wanting to go raw but it's tough. your recipes are such an inspiration! Thanks for all the pictures and recipes.

  14. Joanne Fry
    December 31, 2009 at 01:59

    Heather - where the heck am I going to find buckwheat? Looked at Johnny's in the "bulk" section and didn't see there (although noticed they do carry psyllium now)...

  15. Anonymous
    January 10, 2010 at 20:09

    I'm just learning about raw foods and stumbled across this blog while searching the just to clarify, every picture this author has posted is raw food? Everything is raw, not cooked? Everything up here I’ve seen looks absolutely amazing and delicious.I just need some clarification on that because I didn't realize there were so many raw recipe options. It would be wonderful to know that if I’m giving up cooked food, I still have limitless options because I love tasty food.

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