There is nothing quite like a really good gluten-free pizza. What, you haven’t found one? Well look no further than Smart Flour Foods frozen gluten-free pizzas. These pizzas are absolutely delicious with a crust that uses ancient grain gluten-free flours (including sorghum, amaranth and teff), robust toppings including real cheese and uncured pepperoni. They also contain no preservatives or artificial ingredients. The crusts are vegan, soy free, dairy free and kosher in addition to being gluten-free. These pizzas are available in three great flavors:
- Classic Cheese
- Uncured Pepperoni
With gluten-free pizza you can often times be disappointed by a soggy crust or one that is so tough you can throw it like a frisbee. This is not the case at all with Smart Flour Foods pizza. The crust was flavorful, chewy and hearty without being heavy. My husband is very picky about what gluten-free pizza he will eat and even he enjoyed this. The pizza is on the smaller size but with cucumbers, it was enough for our family of 4 to have two slices each for the kids and 4 for the adults. If you like supreme pizza, it would be really easy to add peppers, onions, olives and even some cooked ground sausage if you prefer, before baking. You can really get creative and add any additional toppings you like.
As you can see, we enjoy our pizzas cooked a bit more done. These pizzas were literally gone in a flash at our house. After these savory pizzas, we were all wanting something a little sweet. I decided to use the plain crusts that were sent to me to make a lovely dessert pizza. Again, I loved that the crust was made from gluten-free ancient grains and wasn’t just a starchy crust. My family all really enjoyed this dessert and thought it was sweetened just right!
- 1 Smart Flour Foods gluten-free pizza crust
- 3 T butter
- 1 tsp. sugar
- 1/4 tsp. cinnamon
- 2 T creamy peanut butter
- 1 fuji apple, thinly sliced (any apple you like will do)
- 3 T salted peanuts
- 1 T raw honey
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees. With 2 T of butter at room temperature, mix in the sugar and cinnamon. Smear over the pizza crust then smear the peanut butter on top of that. Meanwhile, add the remaining 1 T butter to a frying pan and flash fry the apple slices until golden in color and a bit softened but not so much that they are folding over. Place apples on the pizza and top with the salted peanuts. Lastly, drizzle with honey. Bake at 350 degrees for 12-14 minutes.
We really did enjoy these pizzas and are sure you will as well.
On the web: http://www.smartflourfoods.com/