My go-to Gluten-Free Pizza Crust recipe is a simple staple for your Gluten-Free kitchen, and one of the best gluten-free pizza recipes out there.
Perfectly thick and chewy, and no kneading required, this quick and simple gluten-free pizza dough will have you adding gluten-free pizza into your regular meal rotation.
Making a Gluten-Free Pizza can seem like a daunting task but luckily you now have a fantastic gluten-free pizza crust recipe. Gluten-Free Pizza is one of those foods that you dream about and think of fondly when you remember your past gluten days.
But you don’t have to be afraid of it. This gluten-free pizza crust recipe is super simple and doesn’t require any kneading. It’s gluten-free and only uses a few ingredients, making it our favorite gluten-free pizza crust recipe.
Can I make this gluten-free pizza crust dairy-free?
Yes. This gluten-free pizza dough is already dairy-free. It uses olive oil. You can top the crust with your favorite dairy-free cheese. Another options is to leave the cheese off all together and brush on some dairy-free butter and sprinkle it with garlic salt, after its cooked.
What other flours can I use in this gluten-free pizza crust?
I have tested this gluten-free pizza crust recipe with Bob’s Red Mill 1-to-1 Gluten Free Flour Blend (affiliate link). It works incredible in this recipe and it’s my other go-to flour blend. If you want to mix your own blend for this gluten-free pizza (per the original recipe) combine 1 cup white rice flour, 3/4 cup brown rice flour, 1/4 cup tapioca starch.
We’ve used this gluten-free pizza recipe several times just this month, and we’ve started passing the recipe on to friends and family member to show them how easy making your own gluten-free pizza at home can be.
We usually bake up a couple of extra gluten-free pizza crusts and store them the in the freezer for super busy nights when we need to make dinner quickly. Simply pull a crust out of the freezer, heat your oven, top, and bake. Just like store bought pizza crusts, only better.
Can I substitute something for the egg in the gluten-free pizza dough?
Sure, you can use a flax egg (2.5 tablespoons water + 1 tablespoon ground flax seed) to make the gluten-free pizza dough. Make sure to let your flax egg sit for 5-10 minutes until it get thick and egg-like. Just note that the crust won’t be a fluffy in the center. I haven’t tried other egg replacers in this recipe.
You mention a pizza stone in your directions, I don’t have one.
First, I highly recommend getting a pizza stone (affiliate link) if you don’t have one. It really makes a huge difference when you make gluten-free pizza. But no worries. If you don’t have one, simply use a heavy baking sheet. If you don’t have a heavy baking sheet then you can use a cookie sheet. Let it preheat in the oven just as you would a pizza stone.
Making homemade gluten-free pizza has always been comforting to me. In a lot of cases, you’ll make the gluten-free pizza crust recipe in about as much time as it would take to get delivery or run to the store, so it’s not that much of a time sacrifice when you think about it.
Plus, homemade gluten-free pizza has such a unique taste, something you can’t get from a delivery. And a lot of times, I prefer the taste of homemade gluten-free pizza.
I made a video for gluten-free cheesy bread sticks, but it uses the same ingredients and techniques as this gluten-free pizza recipe. The only difference is the toppings. It shows you just how easy it is to make your own gluten-free pizza crust.
If you make this gluten-free pizza crust please stop back by and let me know what you thought. Also, if you have any questions please let me know in the comments and I will get back to you.