It can be a struggle to find a gluten-free and vegan pizza crust that is both healthy and delicious. Many store-bought gluten-free pizza crusts are filled with additives and preservatives, not to mention they can be quite expensive. But don’t worry, I’m here to show you how to make a delicious gluten-free pizza crust from scratch, without using any gums (like xanhtan or guar gums that are often used) nor any commercial blends.
It’s not easy to make a real Italian pizza while sticking to a naturally gluten free and vegan recipe. However, this dough is amazing and it is the result of several experiments I made. It’s the best crust you could get with all natural gluten free flours, no commercial blends, no gums. It is also dairy free and egg-free (and therefore vegan). Most importantly, guess what – it’s doesn’t need any kneading at all!
It can be made with fresh or dry yeast and a few naturally gluten-free flours.
As a result, this vegan gluten free pizza crust recipe is brownish and crispy on the bottom with the classic chewy pizza texture inside and a golden puffy border!
The first step in making a gluten-free pizza crust is choosing the right flour. For this recipe, we’ll be using a combination of four naturally gluten-free flours: brown rice flour, chickpea flour, potato starch, and tapioca flour. These flours are easily found in most grocery stores or online.
Do you enjoy making Italian traditional recipes with naturally gluten free flours and no commercial blends? Check out my FOCACCIA RECIPE, too. >> GET THE RECIPE
And if you’re looking for other pizza recipes, you will find on the blog:
– My sourdough gluten-free and vegan pizza: CLICK HERE
– A sourdough recipe without any starches: CLICK HERE
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Great option for single origin glutenfree flours
Thanks for your feedback!
Marta, can you freeze this dough and defrost it later?
I would not freeze the entire dough. What I usually do is a pre-bake: you shape the crusts, pre-bake them at / 480°F / 250°C for 15 minutes, then let them cool and freeze like this. When you are ready to use, you can place them directly from frozen in the oven, and adding your toppings.
I hope you will try this pizza, it’s delicious!
This IS really superb, though the half hour total cooking time is too long in my particular oven. I have to adjust it downward.
Thank you Eva, I’m so happy you like it!
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Can you put all ingredients in a jar for the dry mix part?
I want a mix I can grab for faster crust.
Yes, of course. I keep all the dry ingredients pre-mixed (rice, chickpeas, starch and psyllium) and use 160 g for one pizza, when I need.
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