Last summer I made a vegan gluten-free strawberry shortcake from Without Adornment. It was super yummy. And as I ate it I thought, this would make a fabulous pizza crust. And it sure did. This was a huge triumph for me in the pizza crust department. Up until that time I had nothing but bad luck with gf pizza crusts. Some store bought were so terrible I could barely choke them down. So what makes this a nice recipe for pizza crust? Well, for starters, it’s strong and can hold ingredients, it doesn’t have a funky flavor or aftertaste, and it’s easy and very, VERY inexpensive. And best of all, my son can eat it – and that makes mommy super happy. Does it taste just like a gluten crust…no. But it does the job and thus my family eats pizza each week and without all the gunk (especially yeast – I stay far away from that stuff). I made a video of how to make the pizza, as the trick to getting it right is baking it on cooling wire, so I recommend viewing the video to see how I bake the crust. We usually make pizza on the weekends. Fun and easy. Okay, so please let me know if you have any questions about this recipe. Have fun…hooray for pizza.
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