Sunday, November 2, 2008

Super Good Gluten Free Pizza

This Pizza is incredibly good for being gluten free and has a lot of flavor. My whole family loves it.

3/4 cup GF pizza sauce (Contadina Pizza Squeeze or Muir Glen Pizza Sauce are GF)



1/2 small red bell pepper cut into thin strips


1/2 small green bell pepper cut into thin strips


1/2 small onion chopped finely


1/4 cup pitted kalamata olives (Peloponnese are GF)


1 cup GF shredded mozzarella cheese


1/2 cup freshly grated Parmesan cheese


1 t dried oregano


1 T olive oil


Spread olive oil and then pizza sauce over the top of the cooked crust.


Sprinkle with the cheeses and a little oregano.


Add the peppers, onion and olives.


Return to the oven and cook at 375 degrees F for ten minutes.


For casein free you can use CF GF cheese. Casein free mozzarella does not melt very well.



Sticking it under the broiler for a few minutes helps.


I am not crazy about the CF cheese, so I leave it off and drizzle a little extra olive oil over the pizza after it is cooked.



6 comments:

Sarah said...

What pizza crust do you use??? It looks so yum!

Anonymous said...

I was wondering about the crust, too! :-) Please do tell!

bootzomega said...

i have a blog like this look... http://glutenfreeeggfreemilkfreeblog.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

I would also like to know what kind of crust you used.

Louisa Abrahamson said...

Hey my name is Louisa Abrahamson,

i live in Minnesota and I'm 13 years old

I think it's very cool that you have a GF blog cause I do to and I think yours is better than mine but still heres the blog address too mine
fabglutenfreecookin.blogspot.com
so check it out I've only had my blog for a few months but theres a few really good recipes on it

The pizza looks really good!! Can i put a link to your blog on my blog??

please let me know. you can comment on my blog or just reply to my comment on your blog thanks for your time :)

Louisa Abrahamson

AG said...

Hi - I am a mom of gluten free kids (they are two year old twins)and am thrilled to see you all are putting your wisdom out there. I too am dying to know what crust you are using - that seems the key to a good GF pizza! Any advice for helping my girls negotiate school and birthday cupcakes that others bring to class, etc...?

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