This gluten-free pizza dough is the perfect replacement of the more traditional dough that we all know and love. It’s super easy to make and cooks to be light, fluffy and doesn’t fall to bits when you go to eat it.
There are so many toppings that you can have on this delicious pizza base. In the photo I use a combination of caramelized onion, mozzarella cheese, and some fried ground beef. It’s absolutely delicious but there are many other toppings that you can do.
The dough cooks to be a nice and strong base that won’t fall to bits. However, it is still nice and soft unlike a lot of gluten-free pizza bases. It’s certainly a dough that you will likely come back to a lot in the future.
One of the best things about this dough is that it doesn’t need time to rise as we’re not using yeast. This is excellent if you find yourself quite time limited but want a delicious gluten-free pizza.
This recipe is the go to recipe for when it comes to feeding our gluten-free family and friends. It’s a super easy recipe and is certainly harder to stuff up compared to more traditional recipes.
The full written recipe for this gluten-free pizza crust is right below. It takes you through all the steps to making this delicious pizza base.
Gluten-Free Pizza Dough Recipe
- Preheat the oven to 210°C (410°F).
- In a large bowl, add and mix the dry ingredients.
- Rub in the butter until the mixture resembles light breadcrumbs.
- Mix in one egg, milk, mixed herbs, and garlic. Mix until it forms a soft dough.
- Gently press the dough into the desired size pizza.
- Blind bake the pizza for 8 minutes.
- Add your toppings.
- Bake in the oven for 20 minutes or until the cheese is golden.
- Serve & Enjoy
- Scatter some polenta across the pizza pan to get a crispier base. It also helps prevents the dough from sticking or becoming soggy.
- The herbs and garlic are optional, but I highly recommend that you do add them. They will help add a ton of flavor to the gluten-free pizza dough.
- A pizza wheel or something similar is perfect for cutting the pizza base once it is ready to serve.
- You’re able to roll this dough, but I find it easier to press into the shape of my desired pizza.
- If you're feeling a little experimental you can always try this pizza dough in the slow cooker.
If you require the nutritional information for this gluten-free pizza dough, then you can find all you need to know right below.
Please remember that this information is just an estimate and is likely not to be one hundred percent accurate. It also doesn't take into any account the topping that you might have on the pizza.
If you love this pizza dough, then you should also check out our almond pie crust. The pie crust is perfect if you need to cook a pie for anyone who is gluten intolerant.
I hope that this gluten-free pizza dough recipe works out as well as it did for me. If you have any feedback, tips, or anything else then please don’t hesitate to leave a comment below.