Pizza_GF3I rely on Cup4Cup flour for all of my gluten-free baking. ¬†They now have a pizza dough mix which I recently ordered. The first batch arrived from Chefs.com (via Amazon) but it had exploded in the packaging bag. Back it went and I reordered. The second package arrived safely(this time inside a box) and we tried it on a recent night. The bag says it will make two 9 inch pizza crusts. I made mine into two rectangles since our round pan was taken with the pizza for the gluten eaters in the house. Each one was roughly 7×7 in size – I tend to like my pizza crust thicker (you’re only seeing part of the pizzas in the photo).

cup4cup pizzaIt was easy to mix and requires only water and egg. Yeast is included in the package.  After you mix the dough you are supposed to let it rest about 20 minutes.

We were very happy with the outcome. It tasted like real pizza and it did rise which is a feat in and of itself. I was happy with the texture, which was a bit doughy (how we like it!), but it you like yours crisper, just make it thinner. I think it was just as good as the GF pizza mix I’ve picked up at a local store (can’t recall the brand!), so I will probably stick with that since there is no shipping required! If you’re unsure about a brand, you can trust this one and if it was available locally I would buy it.