Over the past 7 months, I’ve had my share of gluten free pizza. Some are good and some…not so much! I knew I had to come up with a versatile gluten free pizza crust. Although, being 115F outside is not the time to experiment with pizza crust in my oven. No way was I going to turn it on to 450F to properly cook a pizza. So, I decided I would make grilled gluten free pizzas for supper last night.
We love pizza night and often have a pizza picnic in our living room. For us, we get out the blankets and eat pizza on the floor while watching a family movie. We do it far more than I should probably admit, but the kids love it. Sometimes, we make the pizza from scratch, sometimes we order out, and sometimes we are lazy and make a frozen pizza. When we make our own, the kids love having a say in what goes on their pizzas and love to “decorate” their own.
This pizza crust is gluten free and vegan. However, the toppings shown are not vegan, but they are dairy free. The kids made the standard pepperoni and cheese pizzas and they turned out great. Hubbyman and I were a bit more creative. My gluten free pizza was topped with garlic olive oil, caramelized onions, bacon pieces, goat cheese, chopped dates, and a drizzle of honey. Once the pizza came off the grill, I added some baby lettuce greens to the top to make it appear healthy!
What are your favorite pizza toppings?
Adapted from this Fleischmann’s recipe.
I love using Fleischmann’s. My mom always had the packets stored in her freezer and so do I. Fleischmann’s has been around, helping at-home bakers, since 1868!.
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