In many parts of the country, it has become fairly easy to find a good gluten-free pizza. However, while delivery sure is convenient, you just can’t beat the taste, nutrition and satisfaction of a home-cooked meal. If you’re looking to combine crowd-pleasing appeal with DIY deliciousness, consider crafting your own slice from scratch – starting with one of these gluten-free pizza crust recipes, and adding whatever toppings strike your fancy.
Ultimate Quinoa Pizza Crust, Simply Quinoa (pictured)
Did you know that you can make pizza crust with only five ingredients? You can when one of those ingredients is quinoa! Soaked overnight and then blended with water and baking powder, our favorite gluten-free ancient grain makes a delicious crust.
Quinoa Pizza Bites, Fit and Frugal for Ancient Harvest
Perfect for serving company or just yourself, these adorable pizza bites make great use of Ancient Harvest Quinoa Flour and a handful of other ingredients. Best of all, they’re ready in just over 20 minutes.
Polenta Pizza, Edible Perspective
Naturally gluten-free and easy to prepare, polenta makes a wonderful alternative to pizza crust. You can make it from scratch, as this recipe suggests, or make things even easier on yourself by simply slicing and topping one of our ready-made Ancient Harvest Polentas.
Cauliflower Pizza Crust, iFoodReal
Loving the cauliflower craze? Then you’ve got to try this recipe, which combines the versatile veggie with grated cheese and herbs to make a flavorful, plant-powered crust.
Chickpea Pizza, My Name is Yeh
A tasty twist on socca, an unleavened pancake from Italy, this chickpea flour crust adds great taste and plant-based protein to your pie. Get creative with your toppings (this recipe features spicy harissa) or stick with the tried-and-true; you can’t go wrong.
Zucchini Crust, My Humble Kitchen
Looking for a new way to use up that seasonal harvest? Try turning your fresh garden zucchini into crust! When combined with almond flour, the summer squash makes a delightful (and gluten-free) base for your favorite pizza toppings.
The Best Gluten-Free Pizza Crust, Minimalist Baker
If you’re looking for a gluten-free pie that tastes a bit more traditional, try this recipe that uses a gluten-free flour blend, sugar and yeast. It tastes just like the slice you’d get to-go, but without the gluten or any other unnecessary ingredients.
And while the weather’s still warm, consider grilling your pizza for an al fresco summertime feast. Serious Eats has some great tips to get you started.