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Looking for a way to enjoy your favorite treat meal without destroying all your hard work?
Anyone who knows me knows I love my pizza! Friday night pizza and movies was a tradition in my house growing up. At the risk of aging myself, when I was a kid we would order a take and bake pizza then walk next door to the Blockbuster and rent a movie. Sometimes it makes me a little sad when I think about those memories my kids wont have, seeing as video rental stores have gone extinct. But I still love to have a little fun with the kiddos on the weekends. Instead of ordering a pizza that was made by someone who doesn’t care what kind of ingredients go in my kids tummies we make home made pies, and maybe stop by a red box or hop on amazon to order a new movie.
This gluten free pizza dough recipe is a new favorite in my house. If you are gluten free and looking for a way to enjoy one of your favorite treat meals then you are going to love this gluten free pizza dough recipe. I posted previously my Gluten Free Chickpea Pizza Crust Recipe, which is delicious, and a great option on low carb days, but it admittedly doesn’t have the same feel as a real homemade pie. This recipe on the other hand is much closer to that traditional pizza dough we all know and love. So get ready to enjoy your favorite treat meal with out any of the guilt!#glutenfree #pizza dough recipe the whole family will love! #JERF Click To Tweet
Gluten Free Pizza Dough Recipe Notes
For this recipe I used the Namaste Perfect Baking Blend which I came across at Costco one day and have found to be a great replacement for whole wheat flour in many of my recipes. You can also pick up Namaste Perfect Baking Blend on Amazon here. While you don’t have to use a bread maker to use pizza dough I find it extremely convenient, the bread maker I use is an older version of the Sunbeam Breadmaker (found here) which our family has had for years.
- 1 3/4 cup warm water
- 2 Tbsp olive oil
- 1 Tbsp Honey
- 1 tsp salt
- 3 cups Namaste Perfect Flour Blend
- 2 1/4 tsp bread maker yeast
- Place all ingredients in order into bread maker
- Select dough setting on your bread maker
- In the Sunbeam breadmaker this setting takes an hour and a half
- If the dough is very sticky when it comes out of the bread maker be sure to use plenty of perfect flour blend on your hands and rolling surface to prevent the dough from sticking.
- Separate dough into two pieces
- Roll dough out into a thin layer. Place on pizza stone or baking tray
- Top with favorite pizza toppings
- Heat oven to 425 degrees and bake for 15 minutes or until the crust looks golden brown
The more toppings you have the more time it may take to bake