Easy-Schmeezy Gluten-free Pizza

Easy-Schmeezy Gluten Free Pizza

For years, I’ve baked pizza once a week for my family, using a handmade whole wheat crust and healthy toppings like turkey pepperoni to fill up our growing family with a healthier version of one of America’s favorite foods. And when I discovered I had Celiac, homemade pizza was one of the most difficult foods to avoid. I mean, have you walked into a house with a pizza baking in the oven and said, “No, thanks. None of that for me.” Definitely not an easy thing to do.

I’ve recently started making myself a gluten-free pizza to eat when my family is enjoying one of my homemade creations. And while I’ve made my own crusts, I find I’m less likely to indulge in gluten-packed pizza if I make mine the quick way. It takes about 5 minutes to put this pizza together and is a palatable option that keeps me from fudging on foods that will tear me up for a week. Here’s what I use:

1 Udi’s Gluten-free Pizza Crust
4 Tbsp. pizza sauce (check the ingredients; some of the most popular like Ragu have natural flavor)
1/3 cup pizza cheese blend
2 slices Boar’s Head Pepper Turkey, cut into small squares (or your choice of gluten-free lunchmeat)

Bake in 425F oven for 15 minutes or until crust is browned and cheese is melted and bubbling. Remove, slice and enjoy.

Published by Lisa Abeyta

Entrepreneur and passionate foodie.

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