Gluten Free Pizza

Pizza is one of those things since I’ve been gluten free that I’ve failed at… a LOT! I have tried countless recipes, mixes and frozen gluten free versions which all have been extremely expensive and pretty much resemble cardboard.

That was at least, until I discovered these little beauties: Udi’s Pizza Crusts. I have raved about Udi’s products before, and honestly knew they would probably be great before I even tried them!

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I was right! I loaded on my favorite toppings of canadian bacon, pineapple, and fresh mozzerella, and broiled for 10 minutes. They are for sure the best gluten free pizza I have had yet and cost only $4.99 for a two pack which is less expensive than most other gluten free options.

Do you have any gluten free secrets? I’d love to hear your tips!!!

 

3 Responses to “Gluten Free Pizza”

  1. Vlad & Barkly's Dee Says:

    One thing I’ve learned is that when you use a recipe, and it calls for a specific brand of flour, you MUST use that brand of flour. Otherwise, the recipe won’t turn out well. So, I stick to a specific search: “Jules gluten free ____” and then I use this flour mix recipe http://glutenfreerecipebox.com/jules-gluten-free-all-purpose-flour-blend/ Yes, even everyone in the family that doesn’t have to be gluten-free likes her recipes.

    As long as I stick to that rule and that flour recipe, everything always turns out right. I found out early on that it’s just too expensive (and definitely takes up too much space) to have every brand/type of flour in the pantry so that I can use any recipe I want. So, my main bit of advice is to find one person and stick with their recipes.

  2. John Says:

    Great looking pizza – looks good enough for breakfast.

  3. LB Says:

    You can make a pizza crust from cauliflower too. You can find the recipe on Pinterest.

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