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Gluten Free Pizza Dough Question

SWMBO unfortunately has celiac disease and can not consume large amounts of gluten products in her diet, Has anyone had any experience with making a gluten free dough?


  • Yes I have made excellent GF pizza dough. There is a brand that is sold in some grocery stores or on amazon called gluten free mama. They sell their flour and you can add the other ingredients of they sell a ready mixed bag of their dough. We have been GF for three years and this is by far the best stuff to make dough with. There are a few other brands out there that we have tried and they were ok (bobs redmill and namaste ). I will try to post the recipe for the GF MAMA dough if I still have it saved. Feel free to pm me any questions you may have.
  • Carolina QCarolina Q Posts: 13,021
    I don't know much about GF, but just took a look at the Slice website and found this. The pizza crust pic doesn't look all that great, but perhaps it will help. I need to limit sodium and saturated fat in my diet. Having to be gluten free instead would almost be a blessing!! 

    I hate it when I go to the kitchen for food and all I find are ingredients!


    Central Connecticut 

  • I go more paleo in terms of gluten i put a colliflower head in food processor then rice it...steam in microwave then ring water out with a cheesecloth and add egg.  pretty sick crust... 

    or use this recipe
    Beaufort, SC
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