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Easy Gluten Free Pizza You Can Make in Minutes

Our family became gluten free about a year ago, and I am still learning how to cook without wheat. I love this easy gluten free pizza you can make in minutes! This gluten free pizza hack is super kid-friendly and comes together in minutes!

I love this kid-friendly gluten free pizza! Making gluten free pizza doesn't get any easier than this!

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Easy Gluten Free Pizza You Can Make in Minutes

Gluten free eating makes our entire family feel much better, but learning to cook gluten free has been a steep learning curve for me! I was thrilled to come up with this simple gluten free pizza that I can make with a few minutes’ notice. This is really a pizza hack; if you are going for a more traditional pizza taste we have had the best luck (so far) with the Bob’s Red Mill gluten free pizza mix. I’ve also made this cauliflower pizza crust, but I feel like it tastes a lot more like quiche than pizza.

I love this easy gluten free pizza! My kids love it, too!

Instant Gluten Free Pizza Recipe

This instant gluten free pizza hack is easy! Here is what you need:

  • Fresh corn tortillas. Make your own using masa harina and water (I do recommend a tortilla press, and these tortilla warmers are great) or buy them in a store. We often just buy ours from Costco, but the freshly cooked ones are amazing.
  • Pizza sauce (we sometimes use store-bought sauce, and sometimes use a pureed beef-free version of our homemade pasta sauce).
  • Pizza toppings of your choice.
  • Oven (a toaster oven also works!)
  • Cookie sheet
  • Aluminum foil (optional, but makes clean-up super easy)

Each corn tortilla makes one mini pizza. Add sauce and toppings and throw in the oven on a broiler setting. Leave it in there until the cheese has melted. Remove from oven and enjoy.

This is a very thin crust pizza. Sometimes we roll ours up like tacos to eat them, sometimes we use scissors to cut them into six tiny pizza slices (the kids love that!) and sometimes the kids eat them with a knife and fork, European style.

Do you have a favorite gluten free recipe we should try? Have you tried making our gluten free pizza?

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11 thoughts on “Easy Gluten Free Pizza You Can Make in Minutes”

  1. I went gluten free over a year ago not because I had to but because I wanted to cut white flour out of my diet. With a newly discovered corn allergy, if I want to eat tortillas, I have to eat flour. If I’m at home making my own, I make these…http://www.nourishingmeals.com/2014/01/how-to-make-brown-rice-flour-tortillas.html. My favorite GF recipe right now that has nothing to do with tortillas is this chocolate cake… http://gnowfglins.com/2015/03/04/the-best-grain-free-chocolate-cake-ever-8-things-to-make-with-almond-pulp/. I make almond milk every week and this is how we use up the almond pulp!

  2. Tacos! Or any kind of Mexican because there’s rice and corn tortillas so no gluten! Also hominy is great. Try it in soups like Chicken lime homily soup.

  3. Elisa | blissful E

    Yay for gluten-free! I’m finding many more gf recipes available now than when we started. Glutenfreeonashoestring.com is a favourite resource, although in Australia we can’t always get the flours she recommends.

  4. Natalie PlanetSmartyPants

    This certainly looks easy enough. I’ve been toying with gluten free, but my family is horrified at this idea :(

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