The best gluten-free pizza is one that doesn’t taste like it is gluten-free. With this recipe, you can enjoy a crust that is delightfully airy and chewy, with a golden-brown, crispy bottom. This recipe calls for a few typical gluten-free ingredients, like gluten-free baking flour and almond flour, as well as a couple of surprising ingredients that make the world of difference in the final result. And best of all, it all comes together in under an hour.
How to Make Gluten-Free Pizza
Gluten-Free Pizza Dough
Amazing gluten free pizza dough that doesn't taste even like it's gluten free.
Gluten-free foods usually need to be baked longer than regular baked goods. A gluten-free pizza crust that bakes for longer than a standard pizza crust will have the same crispy bottom.
Baking powder is added to gluten-free pizza dough because, together with the yeast, it helps the dough rise even more.
The psyllium husk powder is an essential ingredient that gives the crust a spongy, bread-like consistency.
There are endless topping combinations that can be added to gluten-free pizza crust for a delicious gluten-free pie. Fresh mozzarella is a popular choice, but it’s far from being the only cheese you can add to pizza. And when it comes to meat and vegetables, there are no rules. If it sounds good to you, try it!
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Jessica is the lead content creator of Dishcrawl. She has lived in Italy (Napoli) for 7 years and has since become absolutely obsessed with pizza.