Back to Recipes

Chili Bean Pizza


  • 1 package of Three Sisters Chili
  • 1 package of Bob’s Red Mill’s Gluten-Free Pizza Crust*
  • 1 package of Daiya’s Cheddar Style Shreds (2 cups)
  • cup fresh chopped tomatoes
  • 4 green onions, sliced


  • To prepare crust, follow instructions on the package (for crispier crust, pre-bake at 450º F for 15-18 minutes).
  •  Evenly spread chili over the crust. Sprinkle with cheese. Bake an additional 15-18 minutes.
  • Garnish with green onions and cut into 12 slices.

*Note: To make a vegan crust with this mix, you will need ground flaxseed and extra-virgin olive oil.

Chili Bean Pizza

Serving Size:

1 slice Servings Per Recipe: 12

Nutrition Per Serving:

Calories: 257
Fat: 8.2g — Saturated (1.7g), Trans (0g), Cholesterol (0g)

Protein 4.8g (10%), Dietary Fiber 5.5g (22%), Calcium 108mg (11%), Folate 29mcg (7%), Omega-3 0.22g (9%), Iron 0.7mg (4%)
Vitamin A (10%), Potassium (9%), Vitamin B1 (8%), Vitamin C (7%), Phosphorus (7%)


No Comments

No comments yet.

Leave a comment

Nutritional Spotlight: Brown Rice & Millet Flour

Wheat is not what it used be when our grandmother’s were cooking. Refining processes, allergens, and hybridization are just some of the reasons more people are choosing alternative whole grains. Based on consumer demand, most stores are carrying a wide variety of wheat-free grains and flours that you can purchase in bulk and store in an airtight container in your fridge or freezer to maintain freshness and prolong shelf life. Brown rice flour is one of the most common alternatives to white and wheat flour, providing an excellent source of fiber. Bob’s Red Mill’s Gluten-Free Pizza Crust combines this with iron-rich millet flour to produce a nutritious and tasty foundation for your Three Sisters Chili Pizza. If you’re not familiar with millet, it’s time to make friends. Millet looks similar to quinoa and can be cooked in the same way, replenishing your body with a heavy dose of vitamins and minerals. While there are many great whole grain alternatives now available, nearly no one can beat millet’s price, which averages about $1 per pound.