Pizza. Who doesn’t love it?? But, when someone in your family is diagnosed with celiac disease it can feel like your Friday night pizza habit has been thrown out the window. Sure you can make gluten-free dough but on busy weeknights or even lazy weekends, who wants to do that? Pre-made gluten-free crusts can cost over $10, for just 1 tiny crust. Along with chocolate chip cookie dough and pie crust, Pillsbury now has a gluten-free pizza crust in the refrigerated food section. Best part (well one of them) it retails for under $5 a 13 oz tub!
33 Delicious Toppings for Gluten-Free Pizza
I asked fellow food bloggers to share some of their favorite pizza toppings to inspire you when creating your own gluten-free pizza at home. There are 33 ideas here, enough to fill several Friday night dinners.
 

Pizza Toppings

How can you prepare the new Pillsbury Gluten-Free Pizza Dough?  It can be prepped in 2 different sizes for best results. Below are prep instructions for the 2 sizes and helpful tips.

For a 12 x 10 rectangle pizza
1. HEAT oven to 400°F.
2.GREASE cookie sheet and hands.
3. SOFTEN dough by forming into a rounded ball. Starting from center, press out dough to form a 12 x 10-inch rectangle.
4. PREBAKE dough 12-14 minutes or until edges are beginning to brown.
5. FLIP crust using a spatula.
6. SPREAD with pizza sauce. Top with cooked meat, cheese and other toppings as desired.
7. BAKE 4-8 minutes longer until crust is deep golden brown and cheese is melted.
For two 10-inch pizzas
1. HEAT oven to 400°F. Remove dough from container and divide in half. If making one pizza, return half to container and refrigerate.
2. GREASE cookie sheet and hands.
3. SOFTEN dough by forming into a rounded ball. Starting from center, press out dough to form a 10-inch round.
4. PREBAKE dough 7-11 minutes or until edges are beginning to brown.
5. FLIP crust using a spatula.
6. SPREAD with pizza sauce. Top with cooked meat, cheese and other toppings as desired.
7. BAKE 4-8 minutes longer until crust is deep golden brown and cheese is melted.
Helpful Tips
  • Remove the dough from the refrigerator 10-15 minutes before using.
  • Grease hands with olive oil before forming the dough.
  • Form a ball with the dough and then roll out.
  • Sprinkle baking sheet with cornstarch or rice flour to avoid sticking
  • Use a rolling pin to keep an even thickness.
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