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Joan’s Gf Great Bakes Gluten

Easy Delicious Gluten Free Dairy-Free Pizza Recipe

Joan’s GF Great Bakes

Joan’s GF Great Bakes gluten-free frozen pizzas come in two different pizza styles: thick, chewy Sicilian-style pizza and New York-style thin-crust pizza . The 15-ounce Sicilian crust pizza comes in its own foil baking pan, while the New York-style pizza measures about 10 to 11 inches in diameter. Both are available online for shipping.

Joan’s GF Great Bakes carefully sources ingredients and contracts with an independent laboratory to test the pizzas to contain less than 5ppm of gluten.

Can I Freeze Your Gluten Free Pizza Base Dough

Yes you can! And to be honest, this is probably better than freezing the finished product as they will ALWAYS come out better when freshly baked.

Simply pop your dough into an airtight container and freeze for up to 2-3 months. I like to freeze my dough ready-portioned out in 2 separate containers so I have the option of defrosting as much or as little dough as I like at a time.

Simply pop in the fridge and allow to defrost overnight, or leave at room temperature for 5 hours. If you freeze one huge ball of dough without portioning it out, it will of course take much longer to defrost.

Can I Use A Toaster Oven To Make Pizza

I have never used a toasters oven to make pizza, but I have used one to reheat pizza.

If you make this gluten-free pizza dough in a toaster oven please come back and tell me about your experience.

If I ever I make this gluten-free pizza dough in a toaster oven I’ll make sure to update this post with my results.

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My Dough Was Too Dry And Cracked And Crumbly

If the dough seems a little crumbly in the bowl, get it out of the bowl and knead it on a floured surface first before adding any extra wet ingredients.

This will ensure that its truly combined and there isnt any yoghurt not properly mixed in at the centre of the dough. If you measured out all of your ingredients accurately, you should avoid getting dough thats either too dry or cracks and crumbles.

How To Make Paleo Vegan Pizza

Pepperoni Pizza

Making this pizza is simple and straightforward. Prepare the crust first. Mix your flax egg and water right away and let it sit for 10 minutes before adding to the dough. Mix all ingredients in a large bowl . Spread the dough out into a circle on a parchment lined pizza pan or baking sheet. You can use a bit more tapioca flour to help if the dough is sticky.

Bake the crust at 425° F for about 12-15 minutes or until set. Meanwhile, prepare the cheese sauce. I use a small blender like a Nutribullet when making cheese sauces because my vitamix is too large for the small amount I need to blend.

Blend all the ingredients until you have a very smooth creamy mixture. Once the crust is done, assemble the pizza. Spread the pizza sauce over the crust, and spoon the cheese mixture on top, using as much as desired.

Top with chopped fresh basil and return to the oven to bake another 10 minutes or so, until the crust is crisp on the edges and the cheese sauce is beginning to turn golden. Slice with a pizza cutter and serve with any additional toppings you like.

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What You Need To Make The Paleo Vegan Pizza Crust

I absolutely love that this crust is made all in one bowl, plus the dough is really easy to work with. Heres what youll need to prepare the crust:

  • Flaxseed meal
  • Salt
  • Nutritional yeast

In addition to the crust and cheese, youll need your favorite pizza sauce and fresh basil. You can also top with onions, peppers, or anything else you want!

What Is A Dairy

While many of the ingredients are identical with the ones used for standard pizza, here is what makes them different:

1) The Dough

Local pizzaiolos typically prepare the dough with ingredients that are dairy-free . However, be sure to ask for a dairy-free pie in case the restaurant uses butter for the dough or even some cheese baked in the crust.

2) The Sauce

Since the sauce is usually made with crushed or canned tomatoes, some herbs, and spices you may think it is dairy-free, right?Well, some restaurants put Parmesan and Romano cheese in the tomato sauce , so watch out for these hidden diaries.

3) The Cheese

This pizza doesnt have to be cheese-less. But, instead of cheese made with animal milk, pizzerias make dairy-free pies with dairy-free cheese alternatives.

They can be made with plant kinds of milk, proteins from soaked or raw seeds and/or soaked or raw nuts , vegetable fats, soybeans, tapioca flour, nutritional yeast, spices, and more.

These dairy-free cheese alternatives are often melty, gooey, stretchy, and so tasty, you wont even miss the real cheese.

4) The Toppings

Although meat pies without cheese may seem like a good alternative, many processed types of meat and cold cuts can contain milk as a common ingredient. Make sure the meat used is dairy-free, or simply omit it completely.Sautéed or fresh vegetables, vegan or dairy-free cheese, and fresh or dried herbs are the best toppings for a this pizza.

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Tips For Paleo Vegan Pizza

  • You can prepare the cheese sauce ahead of time if you prefer. Just cover and refrigerate up to 2 days in advance of making the pizza.
  • The dough can also be made up to 2 days in advance. Wrap in plastic in a ball and keep it in the refrigerator until youre ready to use.
  • I recommend reheating leftover pizza in the toaster oven for oven for best texture. You can reheat it at 375° F on a baking sheet until heated through.
  • You cannot replace the cashews in this recipe unfortunately. The flours for the crust also cannot be subbed without significantly altering the texture of the crust.
  • If the dough feels too sticky to work with, you can add a little bit more tapioca, but not almond or coconut flour. If it feels too dry, you can add drops of water until its the right consistency to spread out.

I hope youre ready for a seriously delicious, dairy free, paleo and vegan pizza that youll want to make on repeat! Grab your ingredients and preheat the oven its time for pizza!

Add Wet Ingredients To Dry Ingredients To Form Pizza Dough

How to Make Gluten Free,Yeast Free,Dairy Free Pizza Crust

Add in the beaten egg, oil, apple cider vinegar, and the yeast mixture. Mix very well together until you get a thick sticky dough .

Theres no rise needed, so you dont have to wait for the pizza crust to double in size the rising gets down in the oven. Theres also no kneading required, as with most gluten-free bread dough, which is perfect.

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Ingredients For My Gluten Free Pizza Recipe

  • 260g greek yoghurt
  • 250g gluten free self raising flour
  • 1/4 tsp xanthan gum
  • 1/2 tsp gluten free baking powder
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • cheese
  • fresh basil
  • anything else you want! Let your imagination run wild

See the links further down the post for recommendations on the specific brands of yoghurt I use too. If you want the method, keep scrolling down until you see the recipe card ??

And heres a few answers to some frequently asked questions, as well as a few tips and product recommendations for this recipe. Hopefully this will help you to make this recipe perfect, first time!

How We Achieve That Traditional Pizza Crust Chew And Flavor

Almond and tapioca flours work together to mimic all-purpose flour for this recipe, and yeast gives the dough that characteristic pizza crust flavor. Instead of sugar, honey is mixed with the yeast to get the process started.

Olive oil provides a hint of richness and the egg, coupled with the tapioca flour, gives the dough plenty of elasticity, so its easy to work with. The dough only requires one forty-five minute rise, making it a viable option for weeknight dinners.

Once the dough has risen, its easy to pat out by hand on a piece of parchmentno rolling pin necessary. Preheat a baking sheet , brush the dough with a little olive oil, and pop the crust in the oven.

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Can I Make This Recipe Using Other Gluten Free Flours Like Buckwheat Flour Or Coconut Flour

Theres a big difference between gluten free self-raising flour and a *singular* type gluten free flour. When I say gluten free self-raising flour in a recipe, I mean a BLEND of gluten free flours, not just one, singular flour.

Most gluten free flour you buy in the supermarket typically contains a blend of rice flour, potato flour, maize flour, tapioca flour AND buckwheat flour. Thats a lot of different flours!

So to replace it with just one specific type of flour thats not going to cut it at all. Definitely go for a gluten free flour blend.

Tips For Measuring Gluten

Easy 2

The best way to measure gluten-free flour is the spoon & level method. Using a spoon, scoop the flour into the measuring cup. After youve spooned the flour into the measuring cup, use the back of a knife to level off the top of the measuring cup. Please do not scoop the flour out of the bag with your measuring cup or you could get more gluten-free flour than the recipe calls for.

Also, use a measuring cup made for dry ingredients .

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What Other Flours Can I Use In This Pizza Crust Recipe

I have tested this gluten-free pizza crust recipe with Bob’s Red Mill 1-to-1 Gluten Free Flour Blend. It works incredible in this recipe and it’s my other go-to flour blend.

If you want to mix your own blend for this pizza combine 1 cup white rice flour, ¾ cup brown rice flour, ¼ cup tapioca starch.

I haven’t tried this gluten-free pizza dough recipe with other flour blends. If you do, please come back and let me know which gluten-free flour blend you used.

We’ve used this gluten-free pizza recipe several times just this month, and we’ve started passing the recipe on to friends and family member to show them how easy making your own pizza at home can be.

We usually par-bake a couple of extra gluten-free pizza crusts and store them the in the freezer for super busy nights when we need to make dinner quickly.

Simply pull a crust out of the freezer, heat your oven, top, and bake. Just like store bought pizza crusts, only better.

How To Make Gluten

  • Preheat your oven to the proofing setting or to 200°F. Once it gets to 100°, turn off your oven.
  • In a large bowl, combine the all-purpose gluten-free flour, instant yeast, gluten-free baking powder, and salt. Stir to combine the ingredients.
  • Warm the water to 110°-115°F. I microwave the water in a large glass measuring cup for 45 seconds. I also use a thermometer to check the temperature. If your water is too hot it will kill the yeast.
  • Add the honey to the warm water and stir until it is dissolved.
  • Pour the warm water and honey mixture into the gluten-free flour mixture and mix with your mixer on low. .
  • Pour the olive oil and apple cider vinegar into the dough mixture and mix on low speed for 1-2 minutes, until the dough starts to form. The dough will be very sticky.
  • Place the pizza dough in a greased ovenproof bowl and cover with plastic wrap. Cover the bowl with a towel and place in your warm oven for 30 minutes to rise.
  • Remove the dough from the oven and preheat the oven to 425° F.

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Why This Recipe Works:

Easy to Make: Its simple, easy, doesnt require any kneading, and honestly yields a pizza crust so close to the real thing you wouldnt realize it was gluten-free.

Comes Together Quickly: This gluten-free pizza crust recipe is ready from scratch in just 45 minutes ! Whats not to love?

Gluten-Free and Dairy-Free : This amazing homemade pizza crust is totally gluten-free and dairy-free, which means those who are Celiac or have gluten or lactose intolerances can also enjoy it! Theres also an option to make it egg-free, so those with egg allergies or on a vegan diet can also eat it!

How To Make The Best Gluten

GLUTEN-FREE & DAIRY-FREE PIZZA – Easy Dinner Recipes

To make your easy paleo pizza crust, youll need a large mixing bowl, parchment paper, a whisk or stand mixer, spatula, and a baking sheet, prepared pizza stone, or pizza pan.

Start by preheating your oven to 400 degrees. In a small bowl, mix together room temperature eggs, oil, and vinegar. In a large bowl, mix together your gluten-free flour mixture, made from over a cup almond flour, cassava flour, baking soda, and a fourth teaspoon salt.

Next, combine your wet and dry ingredients, then add water, a little at a time, until you achieve a slightly wet pizza dough consistency. Divide your pizza dough in half, gathering each half into a ball and placing each ball on its own piece of parchment paper. Using a rolling pin, roll out each ball, creating a pizza base roughly 10-12 inches in diameter.

This and subsequent images by Quin Liburd

Transfer each pizza with the parchment paper to a baking sheet. Using your finger tips, gently roll the edges of the dough back onto itself to form a crust around the perimeter. If your fingers are sticking, lightly coat them with water, olive oil or coconut oil.

Bake your paleo pizza dough for 15 minutes in the preheated oven. After that, top with whatever pizza toppings you choose, such as pizza sauce, pesto,mozzarella, peppers, artichokes, veggies, red onions, or pepperoni. Return to the oven for an additional 15 minutes, this time at 450 degrees.

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Troubleshooting Tips & Faqs

Crust too crumbly or dry?

Make sure to use the blend of gluten-free flours we recommend in the notes. We cant guarantee results with other combinations of gluten-free flours as we havent tried them. For tips on store-bought brands, we recommend checking the comment section to see what others have tried.

Crust too tough or hard?

Next time, try cooking it for less time and/or rolling it slightly thicker.

Whats the best way to freeze this pizza crust?

Par-bake crust 20-30 minutes, then let cool and transfer to a sealed container and store in the freezer up to 1 month.

What are you waiting for? Make. This. Pizza!

Gluten Free Dairy Free Fruit Pizza

Here is the 3rd of 4 new easy recipes I promised you. I have already shared recipes for gluten free dairy free carrot cake as well as gluten free dairy free brownies.Todays recipe is for Gluten Free Fruit Pizza. Have you ever had a fruit pizza? It seemed when I had been playing with the recipe that either you grew up eating fruit pizza like myself, or you had never heard of it.Fruit pizza was a summer dessert I had as a kid, but it was also a dessert I made for my own kids.

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Truly, I have not had fruit pizza since my diagnosis of Celiacs over 7 years ago. Silly really, that I have not tried to make a gluten free version. Maybe I needed to become a better gluten free baker to be able to come up with a recipe.#

Not only is this recipe gluten free, I decided to make a dairy free version too. What surprised me, as well as the folks who got to sample my first couple of fruit pizzas, is that no one could tell that it was dairy free. To me, that is a great feeling of accomplishment as a recipe developer.I love to hear comments such as: I didnt know it was gluten free. Really, there is no dairy in here?There are 2 parts to this recipe:

  • The gluten free pizza crust is a sweet cookie dough that you can bake the day ahead.
  • The creamy dairy free filling that you spread over the pizza crust and then top with an assortment of fresh fruit.
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