I have stalled a little, thanks to a broken set of interchangeable needles. I love knitpro needles, but I DO NOT recommend the acrylic ones. I have actually lost count of how many I have broken. It seems as soon as your knitting gets a bit heavy, they just snap... I will actually return these ones, it wasn't till I threw the others (honestly more than 5 needles) out that someone told me I could get a credit! I will stick with the wood and nickel ones I think!
I was also surprised how many people are, or have been, sugar free! I am amazed of the difference already in me (now that I am past the awful detox mood swings... ) I just don't want it! I almost don't even want to snack. Tonight while the family were eating ice-cream, I forced myself to have some yoghurt. Greek, unsweetened which I would normally find incredibly tart and disgusting. It was delicious! I even made DH try some just to check if it was just perhaps a nice one, but his cheeks sucked in and the sound effects told me, that no, my taste buds have changed!
Tonight I made a sugar free pizza, not all that hard, as long as your dough doesn't use sugar, and tomato sauce is the other biggest culprit. This pizza dough is actually one Mum has always made though, not specially sugar free, it just happens to be!
2 cups flour
1 teaspn salt
1 tblspn dried yeast
approx 1 cup warm water
Sift flour and salt into a bowl. Stir yeast into a small amount of the warm water and leave for a few minutes to froth. Add to flour, with more of the warm water to make a stiff dough. Knead until it springs back when touched (I just do this in the large bowl you are mixing in, to save cleaning the bench)
Leave to rest until it doubles. Takes 1-2 hours, I leave it many more if I am organised.
I actually knocked this before I took the photo, it was more puffed then this! But anyway, you punch it down, and roll it out, this makes enough for 2 medium pizzas.
If you need a good pizza base recipe, I recommend you try it! Bake it for 10-12 mins at 200 degrees. Put whatever you like on top!