Most Delicious Grain-Free Flatbread Crust Ever!

Most Delicious Grain-Free Flatbread Crust Ever!

This is the most delicious grain-free pizza crust!! Both gluten lovers and people who eat gluten-free love this pizza crust recipe. You can call it flatbread or pizza crust but no matter what you call it – it is delicious and loved by everyone that’s tasted it! Ingredients:  1.5 c tapioca starch1 c pumpkin seed […]

This is the most delicious grain-free pizza crust!! Both gluten lovers and people who eat gluten-free love this pizza crust recipe. You can call it flatbread or pizza crust but no matter what you call it – it is delicious and loved by everyone that’s tasted it!

Ingredients: 

 

1.5 c tapioca starch
1 c pumpkin seed flour (use high speed blender to grind up unsalted raw pumpkin seeds)
2/3 c water
1/4 c olive oil
2 tsp baking powder
1/4 tsp celtic sea salt or other sea salt
2 tsp garlic powder
1 Tbs herbes de provence

For creating a pizza with the crust, you’ll also need:

Sauce (optional)
Cheese or Cashew cheese (optional)
Toppings (optional)

Directions: 

  1. Preheat oven to 375
  2. Prepare a sheet pan, cookie sheet or pizza stone by brushing with olive oil and sprinkling a bit of pumpkin seed flour all over the oil.
  3. Mix dry ingredients well. 
  4. Add wet ingredients and mix well. The consistency will be like a very thick cake mix. 
  5. Using oiled fingers, spread the batter into the shape desired such as a 12 inch pizza round or a rectangle shape on a typical cookie sheet. Note: If your pan has a rim, leave enough room between batter and end of the pan to easily get a spatula underneath.
  6. Bake for 15-18 minutes. Check if bottom of crust is crispy (it needs to be to hold up to the toppings). If it does not have a crisp feeling (not too crunchy or it will become overdone) then bake for a 2-3 more minutes. 
  7. Add sauce and any toppings such as cheese, cashew cheese, veggies, sausage or organic pepperoni etc. 
  8. Cook an additional 10 minutes until toppings are cooked through or to desired doneness (e.g., cheese is melted). 

This is what the grain-free flatbread crust looks like pre-cooked: 

 

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