Prep 5 mins
Cook 20 mins
I've been searching for a good pizza crust that is both gluten free and yeast free and it hasn't been easy. This one is the best I've had so far. I found this on www.celiac.com and not only is it pretty good, but it's easy too. Makes one 12-inch pizza crust.
- Mix gently, do not over-beat (batter will be runny).
- Pour batter into greased pizza pan.
- Bake at 425F for 10 minutes.
- Remove from oven, add sauce and your favorite toppings and bake an additional 10 minutes or until cheese is melted and slightly brown.
Wow!!! This was awesome - we doubled up the recipe to make 2 pizzas and after reading one of the reviews we only used 3 eggs for a double recipe instead of 4 - the crust was fabulous - crisp enough to stay together but not so much it breaks your teeth!!! Awesome!!!
Five stars, for texture and flavour! I didn't grease the pan enough, so it was very adhesive, but that was not the recipe's fault. Although I was unsure about the eggs after reading the reviews, I used two large ones, and it turned out perfectly. For the milk I used almond milk which was perfect, too. I'll make this again exactly the same was, just grease my pan better LOL. Thanks for sharing this great, easy recipe!
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I am rating this 5 stars even though I made it dairy free/egg free. The flavor was great and all family members said they would eat it again. I used olive oil and a little xanthum gum for egg and used soy for the dairy. Make sure you roll/press it out thin for the best texture. Thanks for posting.