Pizza. One of the first things most folks seem to miss when transitioning to a gluten free diet. We’ve tried so many different varieties – and many of them are frustrating because they don’t hold together, must be eaten with a fork, etc.
Through experimentation, we’ve tried several different types of crusts – but this one is one of the best we’ve come up with! It’s basically the same as the Mock Sourdough or Miracle Mix (either can be used).
The method that you use for this is only different in how it is baked. For the pizza pictured above, we used a 16″ pizza pan. Grease the pan well with butter or oil. Spread the entire bread mix out on the sheet, and bake at 400 degrees for 10-12 minutes until it seems well set (toothpick comes out clean).
Layer with your favorite sauce (try Sarah’s Red Coconut Sauce) and veggies, pepperoni, sausage, bacon, ham or pineapple. Top with your choice of cheese and bake at 400 degrees until cheese is bubbly and slightly golden. We couldn’t wait for this to come out of the oven after we topped it with pepperoni, green peppers, onion, black olives and mozzarella cheese, so it could have been baked just a bit longer. But as you can see, it sliced nicely, and once cooled, we were able to pick up the slices!