I’m not above making something from a box as long as it’s healthy and isn’t loaded with crazy stuff that I cannot pronounce. We tried a new pizza crust mix the other night. Another find from an obscure part of the grocery store. It’s made with brown rice flour, potato starch, tapioca starch, and yellow corn meal. If you’re in a pinch and don’t feel like whipping up a batch of pizza dough from scratch, this is quite good. Just add eggs, water, and olive oil. It had the crispy edges I love and was soft (not too soft) and fluffy in the middle.
*Makes two 12 inch pizzas.
Got 2 thumbs up from the hubs and me. I think it would also make a nice cracker if it was rolled very thin, brushed with olive oil, and sprinkled with kosher salt and herbs. Break it into rustic pieces…yummy.
Now that is one tasty looking pizza! I’ve noticed that my groceries have moved the GF foods into more prominent locations within the stores. There really has been a major shift in recent years and it’s good to see. People are paying better attention to what they’re eating. 🙂
Yes, I’m happy to see allergen free foods becoming more mainstream. Unfortunately, living gluten free has kind of gotten some negative hype because celebrities are using it as a fad diet. As more research is done and more people are diagnosed with gluten intolerance and Celiac’s disease, I think we’ll see a shift and hopefully a better awareness of how what we eat does more than just cause heart disease and make us fat. It’s shocking how many diseases have a root cause of gluten intolerance and Celiac’s.
And thank you John, the pizza was delicious! My husband is always happy when he can get some pepperoni in his life. Ha! ~ April
your food is glorious as usual, so colourful and so GOOD and thank you showing us your trees, i especially love lilacs too.. ! c
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