Gluten Free All Day

A Gluten Free Blog by Chef Eli G

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Pizza Crust Review – Udi’s

So I found this crust to be great for thin crust lovers like myself. It gets nice and crispy even without a pizza stone and bakes rather quickly. It can also withstand lots of toppings without falling apart.

The price is the most expensive that I’ve found this far at $5.99 for 2 at Sprouts Farmers Market. They used to carry it at Walmart for a dollar less, but I haven’t seem it in a few months.

Definitely worth to stock up on when their on sale!

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Pizza Crust

Check out this video recipe for making gluten free pizza crust.
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Ingredients
1 Package of Bob’s Red Mill Pizza Crust Mix
1 Package Yeast (included in the pizza mix package)\
1 1/2 Cups Warm Water
2 Large Eggs
2 Tablespoons Olive Oil
1/2 Tablespoon Honey
Kitchen Tools
1 Mixing Bowl
1 Dowel
Directions
Preheat oven to 425 degrees and grease 3 baking sheets.
Mix water and yeast – let stand for 5 minutes
Add the eggs, oil and honey to the water and mix together
Pour the flour mix into the liquid and mix until combined
Cover with plastic and let stand for 30 minutes
Divide into 3 equal portions and roll into 9″ inch crusts
(an eay way to accomplish this, grease to pieces of silver foil,
place the dough between both pieces, roll with a dowel)
bake in the oven for 8 minutes – until brown edges
Now your crusts are ready to be topped and baked for 10 more minutes
All the ingredients

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Whole Foods Gluten Free Pizza

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So I have been trying several different brands of Gluten Free pizza crusts. I want to compare price vs. taste.
These crusts from Whole Foods are $3.99 for 2 individuals. They are par-cooked and bake pretty quickly.
Overall I would score these 4.5 of 5 for both price and taste.
I made 2 variations of this pizza.
A veggie pizza with Broccoli, Tomatoes, Mushrooms, Black Olives & Jalapenos
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This second pizza I tried with just Mushrooms
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