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Never miss pizza night again with the best gluten-free pizza recipe. This simple, delicious, homemade gluten-free pizza is perfect for a family pizza night.
When I first started a gluten-free diet I thought "No more pizza for me." Since pizza is my favorite, I was devastated. I felt very left out. I finally found a gluten-free pizza crust mix that is simple and delicious. Now, my family makes homemade gluten-free pizza all of the time. It's our favorite pizza, and it's so much cheaper than ordering out. Keep reading to find out more.
Prepare your crust according to the package directions. I use Chebe Gluten-Free Pizza Crust Mix (paid Amazon link).
For this crust mix you will need:
There are many pizza sauces available, but not all are gluten-free. Check all labels carefully. Many sauces often contain gluten ingredients such as food starches, emulsifiers, or malt flavorings. See my post, Allergy-Free Shopping for more information on reading food labels for allergens.
Here is a list of some popular gluten-free brands.
Whether you make your homemade gluten-free pizza using a mix or a premade crust, here are some of the best brands out there.
Here are some of the best toppings for your homemade gluten-free pizza. Just choose your favorites. The possibilities are endless.
Dairy-free cheese - Daiya and Follow Your Heart brands are great options.
If you don't need dairy-free cheese then consider the following cheeses.
Check all labels carefully. Many processed meats contain gluten ingredients such as food starches, emulsifiers, natural flavorings, or malt flavorings.
I recommend using a pizza stone (paid Amazon link), but it's not necessary. If you don't have a pizza stone simply use a heavy baking sheet, or a large cookie sheet lined with parchment paper. This will prevent the crust from sticking.
Yes. Freeze any leftover gluten-free pizza in an airtight container for up to 1 month. To reheat, thaw in the refrigerator then heat it in the oven or gently in the microwave.
If you like this recipe try my Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free Lasagna.
Did you make this recipe? Please give it a star rating below in the comments!
Blessings, Laura xo