The other night, as the smell of warm bread and tomato filled our home, big A turned to me and said 'I can eat healthy all day long, but I could never give up pizza.'
And it's so true.
Pizza. Delicious pizza. It's our guilty pleasure. And one cheat we allow ourselves without guilt.
Because of Celiac disease, we have to be sure that our pizzas (and all food) are gluten-free. This really put a damper on our pizzas, and we've been on quite a search
for the best pizza crust out there.
On an absolute fluke, really, we grabbed this pizza crust
during a trip to the grocery store. I'm not exaggerating when I say that gluten-free products are expensive. We very rarely splurge on them mostly because of this fact. I was so pleasantly surprised when we paid less than 10 bucks for not one, but two
actually has a whole line of allergy-friendly 'foods for everyone'.
So, the first time I used this stuff I was kind of surprised. After blending the mix, some water and olive oil, you're sort of left with a goopy kind of substance. The box describes it as the consistency of cake batter. I'm going to be kind of blunt here when I say that after pouring the crust onto my baking sheet, I didn't have much hope.
Boy, was I wrong.
This crust is fluffy but with a crunch-if that's even possible. It's, quite arguably, better than any crust I've ever had-with or without gluten. It's so great! It's...well, good enough for me to write a blog post about it.
Seriously, if you're on the hunt for the gluten-free pizza of your dreams, or if you'd just like a healthier option than Pizza Hut, I definitely suggest grabbing one of these boxes.
You won't regret it.
Until next time,
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Labels: celiac disease, gluten free, Namaste Foods, pizza