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Namaste Foods, Sugar Free Gluten Free Pizza Crust Mix, 16-Ounce Bags (Pack of 6)
- Case of 6 mixes (total of 96 oz) Makes 12 12" pizza crusts
- Wheat Free, Gluten Free, Sugar Free
- Dairy, Corn, Soy, Potato, Casein & Nut Free
- Dedicated Facility, made in the USA
- Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
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For One 14 inch Pizza Crust or 4 Mini Crusts: 1. Prep: Heat oven to 425 degrees F. Generously oil a pizza stone, then rub some on a rolling pin. 2. Mix: Combine 1 cup warm water and 1 1/2 teaspoons olive or other oil to 2 3/4 cups of dry mix. Beat with el
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3/4c. dry mix
5/8c. water (1/2c+2T., but I just eyeball it in a 2c Pyrex glass measuring cup)
I do follow the mixing instructions -- about 15-30 seconds on low to get it all wet, quickly scrape the bowl with a spatula, then on a med/med-high speed for 3min. It looks rather like cake batter when you're done mixing. Then I pour it out on a silicone baking mat that's placed on a cookie sheet (or you can just use foil on a cookie sheet and spray the foil with oil), spreading it around in a circle of even thickness, about 10" in diameter (the spatula works great for spreading). Bake in a preheated oven at 450 (yes, 450) for 15-20m, remove and add sauce and other desired toppings, then bake another 8-10m. Depending on one's appetite, this makes enough for 1-2 meals for 1 person. Super yummy! Each bag makes maybe 4-5 crusts of this size, if I recall correctly. You may have to slightly modify the water or time based on your preferences, but I've made at least 1 a week like this for over a year and it works great for us! Once you get the hang of the routine and spreading out the "batter" the prep time is mostly the 3m of mixing.
We've also tried Bob's Red Mill Pizza Crust Mix, 16-Ounce (Pack of 4) -- a good tasting crust, but this one is faster (no rising time for the yeast), and super easy to scale down to individual size as there is no yeast packet. Plus, I prefer the seasoning in this Namaste crust.
1. Purchase a 16 non-stick pizza pan and a 16" pizza screen.
2. Heat your oven to 450 degrees (I have a gas oven) and place your oven rack on its lowest setting pulling your second rack out to be used later.
3. Mix the dough as directed (I use hot tap water).
4. Spray the pizza pan with PAM or your choice of a non stick spray and pour dough out onto the pan.
5. Spread the dough which is like a thick cake batter completly to the edge of the pan.
6. Bake for 20 minutes and then pull out of the oven. The crust will have shrunk about 1" in from the sides of the pan and would have turn up slightly which is normal and a good thing to help hold in your sauce and toppings.
7. Use 3-4 heaping kitchen tablespoons of ragu traditional pizza sauce to lightly cover the baked crust. Using to much sauce will cause your toppings to slid off the pizza when eating and contributes to a soggy crusts which many home pizza makers experience.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've been buying this gluten crust mix for 5 years. I have it on repeat order through Amazon subscribe and save. My whole family love it. Read morePublished 11 days ago by OceanRae
One of the best gluten free pizza crusts that we have ever had. Absolutely the best!Published 25 days ago by Heather
No matter how long I cook the crust, the center turns out gooey. It's so gooey that I cannot stomach eating it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Best gluten free crust out there if you like a thin crispy crust. You will need a baking stone and the "dough" is like cake batter consistency. Read morePublished 1 month ago by tweetyb
Best gluten free crust I have tried, for flavor and ease of preparation. We went gluten free for one of our sons... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kathy R. Uptmor
Not my favorite dough, I may have to try it again, but as of now it's not my favorite. Too stiff and chewy. I followed all the directions. Read morePublished 2 months ago by JFM1
The best dairy-free, soy-free, egg-free, gluten-free pizza crust I've tasted. The key is to make the crust VERY thin so it's crispy and light. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Shoes03