I love food but especially gluten and dairy free pizza. Usually no two pizzas are the same in my house. I am always changing up ingredients. I’ve had requests to share some of my pizza recipes. Here is one I shared for a Gluten Free Quick and Easy event. Well I actually only talked about it but the recipe was elsewhere. So I thought I would bring it back home for you.
- Have fun with your pizza recipes starting with your crust. You can buy Udi’s pizza shells or use a mix like Breads From Anna. Or check out the one Heidi makes over at Adventures of a Gluten Free Mom or a how to video on Elana’s Pantry.
- Next have fun with your toppings. There are not many things that you can’t put on top of a pizza. Load it up with veggies you sautéed with a little pepperoni or sausage to flavor them. Great way to get more vegetables into those who claim they don’t like them. Take a look at all the great veggies Melissa gets on her pizzas, Spinach Beet Zucchini Pizza, Radicchio Squash or how about Quinoa Greens!
- Don’t be afraid to swap out ingredients when making this pizza. The whole idea is to make it fresh, fast and simple. If you want to add meat or seafood to this a little chorizo would be great, chicken or even shrimp would make great toppings. I also love to take leftovers from the grill to use on my pizza.
mouthwatering Yum. Just sayin.
You're not going to believe this, but I just put GF pizza in the oven. This time it's thinly sliced cauliflower (your Facebook question inspired me), beet greens, and zucchini. The other pizza is spinach, tomatoes, onions, and black olives. I love the idea of your Penzey's Adobo. That's a new one on me, but I'll try it because I love Penzey's and there's one in my neighborhood. Thanks for the link-love, Diane. I appreciate it!
I love the idea of the cauliflower on the pizza. Do you cook anything before you use it as a topping on the pizza or just when it goes into the oven? Glad to share your creations!