Homemade Gluten Free Pizza Crust Recipe Come Back Home to REAL Pizza!

 

My Delicious Home Made Gluten Free Pizza Crust Recipe

Ingredients
  • Yeast Mixture
    • 4 tsp Active Dry Yeast
    • 1 tbsp Sugar
    • 1 cup Warm Water (100°F,
  • Wet Ingredients
    • 1/3 cup Extra Virgin Olive Oil
    • 1/4 cup Unsweetened Coconut Milk
    • 1/8 cup Water
  • Dry Ingredients
    • 2/3 cup Corn Flour
    • 2/3 cup White Rice Flour
    • 2/3 cup Tapioca Flour
    • 1/3 cup Potato Starch
    • 3 tbsp Sugar
    • 1 tsp Guar Gum
    • 1 tsp Salt
Instructions
  • Prepare the Yeast Mixture
    • Add 1 cup of 100°F water to a medium mixing bowl
    • Add 1 tbsp sugar and 4 tsp active dry yeast, then whisk well until everything is thoroughly dissolved
    • Set aside in a warm location
  • Prepare the Dry Ingredients
    • Add all dry ingredients to a large mixing bowl
    • Whisk until thoroughly combined
  • Prepare Wet Ingredients
    • In a separate medium mixing bowl, combine olive oil, coconut milk, 1/8 cup warm water, and whisk together well
  • Line 2 pizza pans with parchment paper, be sure to cut away any excess paper that exceeds over the edge of each pan
  • Add both the Yeast Mixture and Wet Mixture to your Dry Ingredients in the large mixing bowl
  • Whisk pizza dough until completely smooth
  • Pour half the mixture into each parchment lined pan
  • Using a cake spatula, spread the dough in each dish so it takes up the entire pan
  • Let the pizza dough rise for 20 minutes
  • While dough is rising, prepare your pizza sauce and toppings
  • Once the dough has risen for 20 minutes, set your broiler to high and place oven rack to the top position
  • Once the broiler is good and hot, broil each pizza crust for exactly 2 minutes … set a timer!!
  • Pre-heat your oven to 450°F
  • Spread pizza sauce on both pizzas and add ingredients
  • Bake pizzas in the center rack accordingly
    • Thin crust pizzas: 13 minutes
    • Thick crust pizzas: 16 minutes
  • Enjoy!
This gluten free pizza crust recipe works equally well for either thin crust or deep dish pizzas ... don't deny yourself the pleasure of old-school pizza any longer!

This gluten free pizza crust recipe works equally well for either thin crust or deep dish pizzas … don’t deny yourself the pleasure of old-school pizza any longer!

 

Come Back Home To Real Pizza!

It’s hard enough for anyone who is new to the gluten free lifestyle to begin that heart-wrenching adjustment period. Once a celiac diagnosis or gluten intolerance is discovered, there is an overwhelming amount of reality to absorb, and it’s a lot to take in all at once.

Gluten free pizza crust dry ingredients, whisked together and ready for action

Gluten free pizza crust dry ingredients, whisked together and ready for action

 

Certain sacred foods are part of the fiber of our very being, memorable flavours that have been with us since the beginning of our teenage years and young adult-hood; pizza is one of those fundamental memories.

Although gruesome looking at first, wet ingredients are whisked together to provide the perfect mix of moist deliciousness to this gluten free pizza crust recipe

Although gruesome looking at first, wet ingredients are whisked together to provide the perfect mix of moist deliciousness to this gluten free pizza crust recipe

 

Being such a crucial part of our culinary up-bringing, delicious pizza crust is undoubtedly one of the most heart-wrenching foods to give up during any change to a gluten free lifestyle … but there is hope!

Gluten free pizza dough mixture, thoroughly whisked and ready to be put in pans

Gluten free pizza dough mixture, thoroughly whisked and ready to be put in pans

 

I am one of those survivors, and I have been to the pizza promise land on many occasions, with gluten and without. I can tell you with confidence that it is possible to come back home to your sacred pizza place, no matter what your allergen restriction.

Whether you use a 9" cake pan for deep dish, or a traditional 12" pizza pan for thin crust, this pizza dough is very forgiving

Whether you use a 9″ cake pan for deep dish, or a traditional 12″ pizza pan for thin crust, this pizza dough is very forgiving

 

Toppings are a very personal thing, and regardless of your preference, the true challenge lies in the the foundation of those ingredients.

Tip: simple pizza sauce can be made from tomato paste, fresh herbs, olive oil, white wine, honey, salt & pepper

Tip: simple pizza sauce can be made from tomato paste, fresh herbs, olive oil, white wine, honey, salt & pepper

 

With this founding motivation in mind, I invite you to make this recipe at home; in so doing welcome yourself back home to the real pleasure of soft, moist, chewy, pizza dough that simply tastes amazing without any aftertaste!

Once broiled, your gluten free pizza shells are ready for sauce & ingredients!

Once broiled, your gluten free pizza shells are ready for sauce & ingredients!

 

Gluten free or dairy free, come back home to real pizza once again.

Gluten free thin crust pizza after 13 minutes in a hot oven, such a beautifully browned texture and delicious pizza flavour!

Gluten free thin crust pizza after 13 minutes in a hot oven, such a beautifully browned texture and delicious pizza flavour!