Pizza Pizza Pizza

So, we all miss pizza, and we all know gluten free pizza is not the best…

But for gluten free pizza, this takes the cake, or, the pie...

I use Kinnikinnick personal size pizza crusts. You can buy them in the Natural Foods section at Stop and Shop, and other common grocery stores. They say to keep them frozen, but I like to use them straight out of the fridge.

  • Line a pan with tinfoil
  • Drizzle some olive oil across the pan
  • Place your pizza crust on top
  • Load it up with your favorite sauce, cheese, and veggies
  • Cook at 450-475 degrees until the cheese is slightly brown and crispy (~15 minutes)

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