- Certified Gluten-Free
- Certified Kosher
- Made By Hand
- Made in USA
- Sourced Direct From Farmers
- Cholesterol Free
- Dairy Free
- Dye and Color Additive Free
- High Fructose Corn Syrup Free
- Low Fat
- No Added Sugar or Sweeteners
- No Artificial Ingredients
- No Trans Fats
- Preservative Free
Why You’ll Love It
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Whole grain brown rice flour, potato starch, whole grain millet flour, whole grain sorghum flour, tapioca flour, potato flour, evaporated cane juice, xanthan gum, active dry yeast, sea salt (magnesium carbonate as flowing agent), guar gum.
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Why You’ll Love Gluten Free Pizza Crust Mix
Those with gluten intolerances and Celiac disease have had to struggle with limited food options for years. But thanks to advances in gluten and wheat-free recipes, foods like pizza, cinnamon rolls, pretzels and breadsticks are no longer off the table. Bob's Red Mill gluten-free Pizza Mix, for instance, can be used to create delicious versions of all these delightfully doughy foods!
Specially designed for those sensitive to wheat or gluten, this whole grain pizza crust bakes up to two 12 inch gluten-free pizzas. Best of all, it’s wheat free, dairy free, whole grain and can be made without eggs. It contains a yeast packet and bakes up like a real wheat crust. The exact ingredients are:
- Whole grain brown rice flour
- Potato starch
- Whole grain millet flour
- Whole grain sorghum flour
- Tapioca flour
- Potato flour
- Evaporated cane juice
- Xanthan gum
- Active dry yeast
- Sea salt
- Guar gum
Designed to taste much better than many other gluten-free alternatives, the texture and taste of this crust is actually crispy and chewy.
Gluten-free products don’t contain any traces of gluten in their proteins, which are normally found in products that contain wheat and barley. Because of this, those who decide to go gluten-free can’t eat wheat products. Instead, they will eat popular substitutes to wheat products such as foods that are made with rice, millet, or quinoa.
Benefits of going gluten-free
Many people who deal with inflammatory diseases and autoimmune disorders have found relief from cutting gluten out of their diets. These disorders often stem from intestinal issues since the digestive system tends to negatively react to gluten. Symptoms can range from gas and bloating to more severe health issues like chronic inflammation.
Recipes for pizza
Pizza dough is one of the most versatile tools in a cook’s culinary arsenal. It’s a favorite foundation for amateurs and professionals alike because it presents so many delicious possibilities.
For example, you don’t have to follow a recipe to create a delicious pizza: often you can just follow the basic formula of cheese (mozzarella is a good way to start, but you can branch out to any type), vegetables (arugula, spinach, onions and/or mushrooms are usually quite good), and sauce (tomato sauce is pretty reliable, but a cream-sauce is equally good) to arrive at a seriously tasty, finished product.
Also, don’t miss the opportunity to use up leftover items in your fridge at the end of the week by tossing them on a pizza. When it comes to this food, almost anything goes. But for those of you who prefer to work with a plan, here are some ideas for making your wheat-free, gluten-free pizza the meal of your dreams.
Classic pizza styles
The following styles are delicious, wholesome and easy to make. Feel free to add meat if you like, but you don’t need it to enjoy amazing pizza.
Pizza with basil pesto, tomatoes and mozzarella recipe
Start with a cup of grated, fresh mozzarella, three plum tomatoes, and three tablespoons of basil pesto. Brush your 12 inch pizza round with the pesto, then sprinkle with mozzarella and sliced tomatoes. Bake for 10-12 minutes at 500 degrees on pizza stone or cookie sheet.
Margherita pizza recipe
Procure a half cup of tomato sauce, or make your own with tomato paste, salt, sugar, olive oil, minced garlic, thyme and oregano. Spread the sauce on your 12 inch pizza round and add crushed tomatoes with salt and pepper. Add a cup of shredded mozzarella and a quarter cup of shredded basil leaves. Cook at 500 degrees for 10 - 12 minutes.
Hawaiian pizza recipe
Smear a cup of tomato sauce (and add some honey if you like) on your dough. Add three cups of mozzarella cheese, one cup of chopped ham, and a can of pineapple, drained. Bake for 20 - 25 minutes at 400 degrees.
Goat cheese and spinach pizza recipeMix a third-cup of goat cheese with a quarter-cup of milk, and spread that on your dough. Add a half cup of caramelized onions and a half cup of sauteed spinach (it should equal a half-cup when it’s reduced). Bake at 400 degrees for 20 - 25 minutes.
Breakfast pizza recipes
Pizza makes a fun breakfast, especially if you’re sharing. A good place to start is by using the basil-and-tomato-sauce recipes and simply adding a raw egg or two, bacon, sausage and/or potatoes.
For a pancake-like option, skip the aforementioned recipes and add creme fraiche and fruit, or honey and peanut butter. You can also load up the dough with vegetables, such as mushrooms, peppers, tomatoes and onions, and fry eggs on that, too.
Dessert pizza recipes
Let’s not forget how delicious a good, old-fashioned dessert pizza can be. These should be cooked at a lower temperature for longer: 400 degrees for 20 - 25 minutes. Try this for your next family night and have fun making with the kids.
Start by spreading cream cheese or creme fraiche on the dough instead of sauce, and drizzling it with melted chocolate, crushed pecans, and smooth nutella.
You can also spread butter on the dough in place of sauce (it’s important to have that moisture at the pizza’s base for it to turn out well) and then smear on some peanut butter or nut butter, which is especially good with raw honey.
Other cooking options for this mix (besides pizza)In addition to these diverse pizza options, this package comes with a recipe for making gluten-free cinnamon rolls. You can also convert this dough into freshly baked pretzels, which are great with a sprinkling of sea salt and/or a side of mustard. Or use this to make bread sticks, which are great smeared with garlic butter, or dipped in some of that tomato sauce that was mentioned earlier. The options are endless!
Reviews For Gluten Free Pizza Crust Mix
Based on 19 Reviews
Amazing thin crust pizza
Of the few other brands I've tried, Bob's Red Mill pizza crust is far and away the best there is for crunchy crusts. It spreads easily with a wet rubber spatula, though it looks like it wouldn't work well. Prebake according to instructions, load it up and finish the pizza. You'll be amazed at the results.
Could taste better, but it makes a lot and the quality of ingredients is superb. It is my top choice. Pizza makes me smile.
This is an awesome gluten free crust. My husband and I both love it
Not a favorite
It could be that it's just that I'm new to gluten free but the crust was a bit bland. The taste was okay but working with it was difficult. It was very sticky. I read another reviewer's suggestion of wrapping it in plastic wrap before rolling it out. That would probably improve the outcome.
I've tried so many different gluten free pizza crust mixes and recipes. This crust exceeded my expectations and came out perfectly!! It doesn't even taste like its gluten free. It was SO good.
this a delicious gluten free crust.
as good as GF gets!
really enjoyed this!
This is really good to use as a dip for veggies.
Great gluten free pizza crust
This is a really tasty gluten free crust. My husband doesn't need to eat gluten free, but he still enjoys this crust and we are eating healthier and still enjoying some fun foods
We love this pizza crust, and try to keep it on hand.
This is our go to gluten free pizza dough. The taste is great. I will caution that the dough can be very sticky to work with. A tip with working with this dough is to place the dough ball onto a silpat (silicone) mat or parchment paper, then place plastic wrap over top and roll out with a rolling pin, peel back your plastic wrap and flip your rolled out dough onto your baking sheet, then pull off your mat/parchment. Perfecto! This dough is great on pizza grilling pans too in the summertime!
Better than restaurants!
The gluten-free pizza crusts I've tried at local restaurants pretty much taste like cardboard. I was hoping to find an easy recipe to make my own, but Bob's Red Mill beat me to it! This was easy to make and the taste was great. I love that you can customize how thin or thick you want your crust to be when making it yourself, and with this we ended up making three 12 inch pizzas.
Made this last night with my family. It's easy and tastes amazing. Making pizza together was so fun!
Even my husband, who is not in any way gluten free (and loves his pizza) thinks this crust is awesome. Easy to make and really tasty.
Whole Grain pizza that tastes good
I used to be turned off by the notion of whole grain pizza as I thought it would be too healthy to taste like pizza. But Bob's Red Mill makes a great gluten free pizza crust that tastes better than what I used to eat.
This mix makes two crusts, so it's like having two meals for a decent price. The directions are easy to follow, and the pizza has come out great both times. It holds toppings well, and the flavor is very similar to wheat pizza, maybe even a little better with a slight nutty texture.
- Marshall Romero
Brought Us Together
Pizza was the hardest thing for our daughter to give up when she was diagnosed with celiac disease. We used to have a weekly home-made pizza night, and the crust had gluten in it. I never knew such a thing as gluten-free crust existed, but after my daughter started crying last month because she felt like she ruined our tradition, I looked into this option. It works surprisingly well. It doesn't taste quite the same as the crust mix we were using before, but I love that it has brought us back together again. Not perfect, but it's good enough for us.
- Brianna L.
I am super excited to have found this pizza crust mix. We love pizza and calzones in our family, but with gluten allergies in the house it makes it hard to enjoy. Now that we have found this mix we can happily enjoy our pizza and calzones without the tummy troubles or headaches. This mix makes an amazing pizza crust. It is just like regular pizza dough, but we actually like it better!
- Susan L
Pizza is back on the menu!
When my doctor told me I needed to eliminate gluten, I thought I would never enjoy pizza again. I love pizza! The premade GF pizzas in the frozen aisle were too expensive, and they didn't taste that good.
I've learned to create my own pizza, with whatever toppings I want. This is the most pizza-like crust I've ever tried. I don't even miss the gluten. The price, through Thrive, is so much better!
- Thelma Watts
Good stuff, and not just for pizza!
I originally purchased this product to use for making pizza crust. It makes a decent GF pizza crust, although with some tinkering, I've improved on it.
Why I love this and keep buying it, though, is because I use it in nearly all of my baking.
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