Gluten Free Pizza
When you are not only sensitive to wheat, but corn, soy and nuts it is very difficult finding a ready made crust. I have been using Nature's Highlights brown rice pizza crust for a few years now. It only contains two ingredients (brown rice and potato).
This is a healthy option, but it of course does not taste exactly like a doughy gluten pizza many are used to. The brown rice gives the crust a chewy texture with a mild nutty flavor.
The crust does need to be put in the oven for a few minutes before topping. The texture will be much better if you follow the directions on the box for heating before adding toppings. Next, for the sauce I used Dave's Gourmet butternut squash pasta sauce, which is gluten free. It is absolutely delicious with the crust. The sauce has red bell pepper pureed in to give it a nice kick. I used a garlic herb yogurt cheese for a bit of extra flavor and sprinkled some parmeasean on top. You could really top with a variety of different items, but I used yellow and red bell peppers, red onion and torn basil.
Nature's Highlights Brown Rice Pizza Crust
Dave's Gourmet Butternut Squash Pasta Sauce
Herb or Garlic Yogurt Cheese Shredded
Red and Yellow Bell Pepper
Drizzle of Olive Oil
The final tasty product.