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.
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