The Paleo Pizza
If you have been craving pizza, while staying doggedly on an evolutionarily compatible diet, this is your chance to sooth both voices. This carnivore meatza recipe is not only delicious, it comes powered with organ meats. As far as total nutrition goes, liver may be the pick of the planet. It’s incredibly dense in an array of critical vitamins and minerals, bringing it all together into a highly bioavailable delicacy. Except that for some, it’s not quite gourmet on the taste buds. So if you like the idea of total nutrition, but loathe the idea of liver, then this recipe masks the flavour almost entirely. Not to mention the fact that each of the accompanying ingredients are superfoods in their own right.
The best bit? You won’t eat this and end up pining after real pizza, because there won’t be any room left over. This recipe is incredibly filling, the ingredients actively energise you, fight against fat gain, and don’t weigh on your conscience as you lie in bed a few hours later. Do yourself a favour. Cut out the pizza, and bring in the meatza.
The Guilt-Free Recipe
Carnivore Meatza Pizza
- Mixing Bowl
- Pizza tray
- Cast Iron Pan
- 450 g 15% Beef Mince
- 225 g Beef Liver
- 3 large Eggs
- 50 g Bacon
- 50 g Mozzarrella
- 30 g Chorizo
- 1 tsp Garlic Powder Optional
- 1 tsp Chilli Optional
- 1 tsp Salt
- Preheat the oven to 175°.
- Place the beef liver in the blender, and mix until you get a smooth consistency.
- In a bowl, mix the beef, liver, eggs, and seasoning, before flattening the mixture at the bottom of the pizza tray.
- Bake for 15 minutes, while giving the bacon a quick fry. Then remove the dish and add the bacon, mozzarrella and chorizo.
- Bake for an additional 5-10 minutes, before serving.
Macros Per ServingProtein – 50g Fat – 33g Carbs – 4g
I have been assembling a bit of a collection of my favourite carnivore recipes, and you can check some of them out below.
In any case, I hope you don’t see this as some niche designed to get you cosplaying in loincloths and hunting elk in the wilderness with makeshift spears. This is just a very practical way of revitalising a metabolism that’s buckling under the weight of inflammatory foods. The apex diet is, at its heart, a two-step solution.
Bring back the superfoods
Ditch the plants and seed oils, the harbingers of inflammation, insulin resistance, leaky gut, and the rest of the insidious set.
You can head to my full collection of carnivore recipes here.