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Gluten-Free Pizza Crust Mix

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Pizza Crust Mix--
Makes Two 12" gluten-free pizza crusts

Jump right in! Our Gluten-Free Pizza Crust Mix contains two separate inner bags, that EACH make a 12" crust. We've even added the yeast packets. You only add olive oil, apple cider vinegar, water and eggs (or egg substitute).

Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 18 Write a review.

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Family Friday Nights September 30, 2014
Reviewer: Linda White from Jacksonville, FL United States  
Friday is Pizza/Game/Movie Night.  I am SOOO Thankful for this delicious crust. We have people over all the time for pizza night and we go through these quickly!  They are hit.  Thank you so much for making it possible to not miss out on the simple joy of eating pizza!! :)

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Delicious, versatile, and easy April 11, 2014
Reviewer: Sara from Columbus, OH United States  
I can't imagine how one reviewer thinks this is complicated.  Water, egg whites, vinegar and oil.  Mix.  Add yeast. Beat. I covered a pizza stone with foil and spread oil on it, then used well-oiled hands to work with the dough.  It was very easy and the results were really good.  I prefer a thinner crust, so the second time I made it I only used half of the dough.  The other half I formed into bread stick shapes on an oiled foil-lined baking pan and had some very nice bread sticks.  The next time I made the entire recipe and formed it into a thicker rectangle to make rolls.  After the rise, I partially cut them in squares but didn't separate, then baked. I'm excited about the endless possibilities!

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Amazing GF Pizza March 25, 2014
Reviewer: Jaimie C. from CT  
I made your pizza crust tonight for the first time! It was absolutely amazing?!! Thanks so much for making GF pizza GOOD AGAIN!!! I have missed decent pizza the most!

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OH so good... March 25, 2014
Reviewer: Linda Dresselhaus from Rosemount, MN United States  
I have made this twice now...and it is SO good!  I used the oiled foil method, sprinkled the sticky dough with a little flour, and used a large oiled spoon to spread the dough worked perfectly!

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High Elevation Adjustment February 21, 2014
Reviewer: Kathy Witte from Columbia, MD United States  
Advice from a high elevation pizza lover:  

I added an extra egg white, decreased rise time to 20 minutes, and increased the oven temp to 400deg.

Best pizza I've ever made!

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