[ This Gluten Free Quinoa Pizzetta Crust will quickly become your new go-to. So easy to make, firm enough to eat with your hands, and it’s also vegan, sugar-free, gluten-free, dairy-free, egg free, soy-free, nut-free, yeast-free, and low glycemic. Suitable for all stages on an anti-candida diet.]
Like most people who went to university, I ate a lot of pizza. Pizza for dinner, pizza for lunch, leftover pizza for breakfast, pizza for snacks, pizza on Saturday night, pizza when out with my friends, pizza while studying.
I ate so much pizza, in fact, that I steered clear of the bready pie until late in my 30s. I just couldn’t face it.
Nowadays, I’m back to pizza on the regular. Once I learned how to make anticandida diet-friendly gluten free pizza crust–whether grain-based or grain-free–I was back on the pizza bandwagon.
I love that a fresh pizza crust is like a blank canvas on which you can imprint whatever your emotional landscape may be at the moment. Feeling saucy? Add some tomato sauce and toppings. Prefer to be a little more elegant? Lay down some pesto as a base and top with your most exotic cut veggies and protein sources. In need of some comfort? Go for mega cheesy with toothsome toppings like meaty crumbles or baconut.
However you slice it, there’s nothing like a hot, loaded slice of pizza.