Carla's Gluten Free Recipe Box Newsletter

February 23, 2016

 

Dear reader,

There are several ways to make gluten-free pizza crust. Here are seven that address everyone's needs and desires.

A few of these recipes may be found in my upcoming cookbook, Carla's Best 125 Gluten-Free Recipes.

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Happy and healthy gluten-free cooking!

 ~Carla

This recipe may be found in my upcoming cookbook, Carla's Best 125 Gluten-Free Recipes.

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Gluten Free New York Style Pizza

I have been pretty happy with my gluten free grilled pizza as a decent substitute for the lack of gluten in pizza, until now. This latest masterpiece (yes, I'll toot my own horn here), is amazing! Grilling or using a pizza stone (if not both) is ideal for creating a gluten-like texture, which gives off a gluten-like flavor. I have been waiting to have a light bulb moment, and I finally did. It's more like artisan bread (made with gluten) than pizza dough, but people who enjoy thick crust love it!

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Thin Gluten Free Breakfast Pizza

Enjoy fried or poached eggs? You must try this recipe! With all of the toppings I could have on pizza, besides some cheese, I chose spinach and mushrooms for this gluten free breakfast pizza. Then I topped it with eggs to pack on the protein. When the egg yolks break, it provides you with breakfast pizza sauce. Start your day off with this treat. It's delicious!

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Gluten Free Chicago Style Pizza with Taco Filling

The difference between deep-dish and Chicago-style pizza is that Chicago style is made with the cheese and meat directly on the crust. Then they are topped with sauce. If you desire, you can also sprinkle some grated Parmesan or Romano on the top of the sauce. Deep-dish pizza is made the traditional way with the sauce added to the crust first.

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Image: Gluten Free Focaccia on a plate

This gluten-free focaccia, (pronounced “fo katcha”) is an Italian flatbread. It tastes extremely similar to its gluten counterpart. You can use it for so many things because the topping possibilities are endless. Use it for sandwiches, appetizers, bread with meals, or pizza dough. Gluten-eaters, as well as gluten-free, enjoy it.

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Click here for a yeast-free version.

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Low-Carb Gluten Free Breakfast Pizza

Rather than go through the hassle of making a gluten free pizza crust, use this delicious recipe for a low-carb gluten free breakfast pizza. Use the pizza toppings of choice. Enjoy!

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Carol Fenster’s Gluten Free Pizza Crust and Sauce

This is another one of Carol Fenster's amazing gluten free recipes that she contributed, gluten free pizza crust and sauce! Yum! Everyone has been raving about her gluten free pizza dough. She creates the best gluten free recipes! I've made it myself, but doubled the recipe and used a cookie sheet. It has an amazingly sturdy texture, and crunchy crunch on the ends. Of course you bake it less time if you like yours soft. A must try. Enjoy!

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Image: Grilled Gluten Free Pizza

I keep hearing from some of my readers that it's just too hot to bake, even a good gluten-free pizza! In researching how to grill a gluten-free pizza in a cast iron skillet, I came across Man Tested Recipes' Pizza Dough for Cast Iron Skillet Pizza recipe. Though it is not a gluten-free grilled pizza recipe, it provided me with how much yeast to use, so I could skip the Expandex used in my previous gluten free pizza crust recipe. In addition, my last recipe was a bit too chewy for my taste. So, this time, I added a little more sorghum flour, used less tapioca starch and more potato starch, skipped the agar-agar, and tripled the yeast. It came out great in less than hour! I hope you enjoy!

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Gluten Free Pizza Crust made with Polenta

While flipping through Food & Wine magazine, I noticed a photo of a polenta pizza crust and suddenly found my mouth watering. I love polenta and pizza, but combining them is an ideal gluten free pizza crust for yours truly! Making gluten free polenta pizza crust is very easy. My husband and I were able to enjoy two different pizzas, both which cooked together in the oven. How simple is that? If you wish, you can make miniature pizzas for appetizers. Enjoy this unique gluten free pizza crust!

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