Gluten Free Pizza Dough (Easy Homemade Large Pizza Pie)

If you are looking for an easy homemade but great tasting gluten free pizza dough, you’re going to LOVE this recipe! This is the BEST TASTING, but super EASY homemade Gluten Free Pizza Dough our family has even had. I love that this homemade pizza dough has no yeast, requires no proofing or rising time! I’ve gotten so good at whipping one of these gluten free pizzas up, I’m not sure I could get one delivered as fast. I think it will be the BEST Gluten Free Pizza you’ve ever had!

Dr. Darla Nofziger, ND

Easy Gluten Free Homemade Pizza Dough
Prep: 20 Minutes
Cook: 25 Minutes
Total Time: 45 Minutes
Service Size: 2 Slices
  1. Pre-Heat Oven to 425° Meanwhile In Large Bowl Measure Out 2 Cups Beat Bobby Flay All Purpose Gluten Free Flour Mix OR Regular All Purpose Flour, Salt & Garlic & Whisk Dry Ingredients Together
  2. Add Yogurts to Dry Mix With Sturdy Spatula
  3. Crack & Beat Eggs in Empty Yogurt Cup & Add to Mix
  4. Mix with Spatula or Wooden Spoon until Well Mixed. Should Be Shaggy Dough (About Texture of Biscuits) at This Point.
  5. Slowly Begin Adding More of Your All Purpose Flour Mix about ¼ Cup at a Time. Stir Until Dough Gets too Thick to.
  6. Next Lightly Hand Knead Inside Bowl – Keep Adding & Lightly Kneading More Flour Until the Dough is No Longer Tacky / Sticky to Touch
  7. Roll Out Dough Between Parchment Paper (About 15” x 20” in Size) on Bottom. Cover with 2 Sheets of Plastic Wrap Enough to Cover Beyond Entire Parchment. Keeping Rolling in Desired Shape (Circle or Rectangle) Until Just Beyond Short Ends of Parchment Paper. In Other Words, About 15.5” Don’t Worry if it Doesn’t Look Even & Perfect Yet.
  8. Next Remove Plastic Wrap From Top of Dough. With Fingertips Roll Unfinished Ends of the Dough Inward Toward Center About ½ to ¾ Inch All the Way Around to Form Crust. This Will Make it Look a Lot More “Finished”
  9. Prick Holes All Over Bottom of Dough with Sharp Pronged Fork About 1-2 Inches Apart. This Prevents Air Bubbles.
  10. Pre-bake Pizza Crust For 10-15 Minutes Until Nice & Golden But Not Overdone. Meanwhile Roast & / or Prep Your Toppings.
  11. When Crust is Golden Let Cool Slightly Before Topping. Only a Few Minutes is Fine. This Prevents From Pre-Melting Toppings & Even Cooking.
  12. Top With Your Favorite Sauces, Cheeses, Meats, & Veggies.
  13. Bake Another 10-12 Minutes or Until Desired Doneness.

 

2 ¾ (More or Less) Cups Beat Bobby Flay All Purpose Gluten Free Flour Mix… OR Regular All Purpose Flour

2 Plain Greek Style Yogurts (Single Servings 5.3 oz) (I use Publix Fat Free)

2 Large Eggs

1 tsp Sea Salt

1 tsp Garlic Powder

Easy Homemade Gluten Free Pizza Dough

If you are looking for a great gluten free pizza dough, you’re going to LOVE this recipe!  This is the BEST TASTING, but super EASY homemade Gluten Free Pizza Dough our family has even had.

I don’t know what it is about kids…  But homemade pizza is their favorite thing to make!  However, anyone who has to eat gluten free, are limited to what is even available.  When they can find it, well quite honestly, it can be horrible.  Because it usually has the taste and texture of cardboard.  So not true with this easy homemade gluten free pizza dough recipe.  It is so tasty the whole family can enjoy it!  Therefore, you won’t even have to make separate homemade pizza dough.

As you know the start of any truly great gluten free anything, has to start with a really Awesome GF Flour Mix!  Like almost all of my amazing gluten free baked goods, it calls for the Beat Bobby Flay Gluten Free Flour Mix…  cruise on over to get that one.  My personal favorite resource for alternative gluten free flours is Vitacost.

I love that this gluten free pizza dough has no yeast, requires no proofing or rising time!  I’ve gotten so good at whipping one of these homemade pizzas up, I’m not sure I could get one delivered as fast.  I’m pretty sure, you’ll think it is the BEST Gluten Free Pizza you’ve ever had!

My Family Absolutely LOVES Hunts Sauce Basil Garlic & Oregano to Top Our Pizzas.  I Use the Small 8 oz Size Cans.  It is the Perfect Amount & Delicious As Is!  We Also Get The Huge 32 oz “Great Value” Bags of Shredded Low-Moisture Mozzarella Cheese From Wal-Mart.  You Can Divide Dough Into 3-6 Pieces to Roll Out For Personal 6-10” Pizzas.  These Would Be Great If Making Ahead & Storing in Freezer.  Also, For Children’s Parties Where Everyone Wants to Make Their Own!

Notes

For a Traditional Pizza We Usually Use Hunts Sauce, the “Basil Garlic & Oregano Kind to Sauce it.  The Small 8 oz Can is Perfect!

 

 

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