Homemade GF Pizza

Posted by Brette in GF At Home

Pizza_Homemade2We’ve chronicled our quest for a decent GF pizza at many area restaurants. Every single one was a complete bust. I’ve since made two different GF pizzas at home and both were excellent. Both were with GF pizza crust mixes I purchased (I’ll be posting my own recipe soon).

My favorite is Bob’s Red Mill. This was in the GF aisle at my grocery store. It comes with a packet of years. You add water, eggs and oil. There is a 20 minute rise then 7-9 minutes baking the crust alone. Then you add toppings and bake another 20 minutes.

The trick to boxed mixes is to double them. The Bob’s mix says it makes 2 12 inch or 1 16 inch pizza. bob red mill pizzaI made one 12 inch deep dish pizza with the mix and it was perfect! The dough was just thick enough. There was NOTHING that tasted like cardboard. It was a thing of beauty. I used one jar of organic store brand tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, cheddar cheese, Parmesan cheese, mushrooms, spinach, and broccoli. No one would have guessed this was a GF pizza.

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