Pizza is a special treat that I don’t get very often. I’ve written about one of my favorite gluten free crusts before, but I am always up to trying something new!
Bob’s Red Mill sells a gluten free crust mix that bakes two 12 inch pizzas, or one larger 16 inch pizza. You can find the mix in Sobeys or Dominion and it usually runs about $5 a bag (it’s $2.50 on vitacost if you order online).
The mix is easy to make. Add ingredients to the stand mixer – yeast, oil, water and egg (I used a “flax egg”), mix together and let sit for 20 minutes. Then spread the dough on a greased pizza pan and bake as directed (about 15-20 minutes depending on your oven/crispy factor). I did find the dough a little tough to spread evenly, but eventually I got it all worked around the pan - the picture to the left is after it baked it's first round in the oven.
Overall, the crust was pretty good. It was a little more “doughy” than the Namaste one, but if you like a softer crust – this one is great! My DH, had a piece and said it was good – so from a gluten eater this is high praise for GF products!