I have never understood cheese pizzas. There are so many delicious toppings, why would you not use them? I don’t expect everyone to like some of the wacky combos that we come up with, like sesame eggplant and onion with tzatziki sauce, but why would you not add a few veggies or meats? Well, I have to say I’ve figured it out. Our newest Friday night tradition is two thin-crust gluten free cheese pizzas. It’s so simple – just tomato sauce, mozzarella and cheddar, but, oh my goodness, it may be the best thing I’ve ever put in my mouth.
By this Friday our newest little one will have made an entrance into the world, so our weekly pizza feast may have to wait a few days. But if you’d like to throw your own pizza party in our honor,scroll to the bottom of the post for some tips on making the perfect gluten free pizza.
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Those of you who are new to the gluten free diet are probably just glad to hear that there is such a thing as mouthwatering gluten free pizza. You can stop buying the incredibly expensive and incredibly gross frozen gluten free pizzas and start making your own. If the thought of rolling out a pizza crust terrifies you, then try this gluten free pizza recipe, where you just pat the pizza dough into the pan. If you’d rather roll the dough out so that you can cook it on a pizza stone, then try my recipe for gluten free pizza crust.
Check back soon for pictures of the new baby and pictures and posts of all of the yummy gluten free foods that we’re cooking. I’ve come up with a new biscuit recipe that is a perfect recipe for kids to help out with, and I’m hoping to do some more yeast roll experiments if Baby L makes us wait a few more days.