- it’s a Lifestyle product not for people with Gluten allergy
- Not made in Gluten free kitchen
Gluten free, Vegan, Wheat- free, baked locally using premium flours
This gluten free pizza is 100% the real deal. It has the perfect gluten free pizza crust, which tastes and looks and feels like pizza. There’s no strange ingredients. If you thought that you wouldn’t – couldn’t – enjoy real pizza ever again because of your gluten intolerance… think again. Because this gluten free pizza dough recipe is a game changer.
Ingredients: Buckwheat, Sorghum, Millet, Tapioca, Yeast, mixed herbs, Flaxseeds, salt, water chestnut.
- Black olives
Does it actually taste like pizza
Does it taste like comfort and cheese and fun?
Does the cheese melt and get all gooey and stringy?
Is the pizza dough crispy and soft and slightly soggy from the sauce?
Is this the real deal, the answer to our gluten-free-pizza- prayers?
The food world listened when gluten-free dieters demanded more food options. And because we can’t imagine a life without pizza either, at Livfresh we spent hours and hours developing the perfect gluten-free pizza crust. But, it is not just because we care for our gluten-sensitive friends. It’s because, in fact, gluten-free pizza crust is amazing for you.
Even if you don’t have a gluten sensitivity, our gluten-free pizza crust is a healthier option for those trying to keep a healthy lifestyle. We’re not here to talk about calories, but about flavor and health benefits, find out why we think gluten-free pizza is great for you.
Benefits of Gluten-Free Pizza Crust
In reality, these are benefits of following a gluten-free diet or to minimizing the amount of gluten we eat on a regular basis. This is what gluten-free does to your body:
Gives you more energy: Following a gluten-free diet can help lower cholesterol levels and improve your digestions. This means you will feel a lot better overall.
Helps with your pizza belly: While gluten alone will not make you lose weight, it can help bring down the bloating most of us experience when eating gluten. So, if you’re on a date and want to give a good first impression, definitely order the gluten-free pizza crust.
Keeps insulin controlled: You’ve probably heard your mom talking about sodas, fried foods, and insulin levels. Now, you can tell her you ordered gluten-free pizza which can actually reduce insulin spikes.
Lowers illness risks: Although gluten-free pizza won’t turn you into Superman, it can help lower your risk of heart disease, reduce cancer risks, and help you avoid viruses. This is because gluten-free food options are often packed with antioxidants that act as your body’s armor.
Fights acne: This one is our favorite. Acne is often the result of inflammation in our bodies. Since gluten-free options help bring the inflammation down that means your gluten-free pizza crust order can help you get a clearer complexion.
Of course, gluten sensitive pizza lovers have the biggest benefit yet, they get to avoid gluten symptoms, which are often very embarrassing. And those of you who want to jump to the healthy side of things can still indulge in their favorite food: pizza.
List of Gluten free pizza toppings
People on gluten free diets need to be extremely careful about what cheeses they eat. While most cheese are gluten free, it is vital you read the labels carefully to ensure you are not accidentally consuming the wrong product. Some cheeses contain modified food starch or wheat starch. Therefore, some of the best cheese to get on your pizza are:
You can pick and choose amongst all these toppings to your heart’s content. Hopefully this list will give you some ideas for what goes well on gluten free pizza crust.
How to store Gluten free Pizza base.
Store at room tempreature for if using the same day.
Or to increse teh shelf life upto 7 days please store in the fridge in the air tight container.
Mixed green salad pizza
1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar
3 tablespoons olive oil
1/4 teaspoon kosher salt
1/4 teaspoon black pepper
For crust and salad
1/2 cup coarsely grated Parmesan
1/4 teaspoon black pepper
3–4 ounces mixed greens
1/2 cup halved cherry tomatoes
1 tablespoon minced chives
For the vinaigrette, whisk together the balsamic vinegar, olive oil, salt and pepper.
Sprinkle the Gluten free pizza base with coarsely grated Parmesan and pepper. Bake for 3 minutes until the cheese has melted.
Let the crust cool.
In a large bowl, toss the mixed greens with cherry tomatoes and chives. Drizzle with balsamic vinaigrette.
Top the pizzas with salad and finish with shaved Parmesan. Enjoy!