In my recent attempts to make my own pizza bread it's all turned out a little soggy. Making it hard to pick up the pieces of cut pizza slices. I use grinded up beans along with arrowroot flour, almond flour, an egg and some melted butter. ![7cyvv6.jpg](https://img.esteem.app/7cyvv6.jpg) Using a few cups of boiled black beans. And then grinded them up in the food processor. The beans are much better chopped up this time. Last time I tried to use the beans I only mashed them, and it was nowhere as effective as how the food processor handled it. ![u7lxms.jpg](https://img.esteem.app/u7lxms.jpg) Taking a log of goat cheese and making a rue out of it made a nice cheese topping. I also got some canned tomato sauce. We think that is what made it smell so good while cooking. ![yp52qf.jpg](https://img.esteem.app/yp52qf.jpg) I chopped up some pork sausages as thin as I could. They cooked to a crisp and tasted great. ![inkk1p.jpg](https://img.esteem.app/inkk1p.jpg) Once it cooled I could pick up most of the slices without issue. I was really glad as that is what I was looking for. A gluten free bread that does not require a knife and fork to eat with. ![g3dxam.jpg](https://img.esteem.app/g3dxam.jpg) Before cooking the pizzas the cheese is such a different color. I really like goat cheese but I dont think I could find Pizzas with it anywhere. ![0pdwk0.jpg](https://img.esteem.app/0pdwk0.jpg) I had alot of extra bread dough and cheese rue. So I used a green Bell Pepper and made a few mini pizzas with peppers on top.