Best Ever Crispy and Flaky Gluten Free Thin Crust Pizza. (Grain/Egg/Dairy/Soy/Corn Free)

Best Ever Crispy and Flaky Gluten Free Thin Crust Pizza. (Grain/Egg/Dairy/Soy/Corn Free)

Best Ever Crispy and Flaky Gluten Free

Thin Crust Pizza

As I sit here and write this post I'm tormented by the fact that my husband finished off all of this pizza last night when he stayed up late to do some work. You see this pizza is really, really, really, really, really good. And that may be an understatement. I woke up craving it (ok lets be real..I dreamt about it all last night as well). So it seems as though I will be making a new pizza for breakfast.

7 years ago in our early years of dating I would drive home to Rochester on the weekends from college to see Rich. Our favorite thing in the world to do was to have a movie night (or if it was up to him we would watch the Bears or Duke). We always ordered a large domino's thin crust pizza (sometimes two!) and ate every morsel. As my memory serves that crust was perfectly crisp and flaky. Did we ever love it. While I believe all things can be re-created gluten free with effort- I honestly never imagined I would be able to recreate that crust GRAIN FREE!!

The recipe I'm sharing with you today is truly special. The flavor and texture is to die for..and its easy to make. If you have never tried one of my recipes before you need to try this one. It will knock your socks off.. The best part is that its not heavy! You can eat a lot without feeling like you swallowed a brick.

I LOVE my grain free thick crust pizza, and I dig the cauliflower crust recipe as well but this one.. well..there's no question. Its my FAVORITE. Not only that but its the best crust I have ever had, in my life. Period.

This recipe yields 2 crusts. Trust me- make the full recipe. You will thank me.

Best Ever Crispy and Flaky Gluten Free Thin Crust Pizza

Best Ever Crispy and Flaky Gluten Free Thin Crust Pizza

Best Ever Crispy & Flaky Gluten Free Thin Crust Pizza.


  • 3 packed cups of blanched almond flour (see substitution notes below)
  • 7 Tbsp of Starch (Potato, Tapioca or Arrowroot)
  • 2 Tsp. Baking Powder (I use double acting)
  • 1/4 Tsp. Salt
  • 2/3 Cup of Flax Meal (I used golden flax seeds to make my meal)
  • 1 cup of warm water
  • 1 Tbs of Oil or Melted Butter. (dairy or nondairy)


  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
  2. In the bowl of a stand mixer mix together the Almond Flour, Starch, Baking Powder and Salt. In a smaller separate bowl combine the flax meal, warm water and oil. Whisk together until it thickens.
  3. Add the thickened flax mixture to the stand mixer bowl and mix until well combined (note: this can also be done by hand- just make sure to mix it really well!)
  4. Divide the dough in half and line two large cookie sheets with parchment paper.
  5. Place the first half of dough on the cookie sheet and roll it out really thin - add additional oil as needed to keep the dough from sticking. (You can also roll it out between two sheets of parchment paper) . The dough should end up no more than 1/16th inch thick. (I made a 12 inch by 16 inch rectangle sized pizza).
  6. Repeat with second crust in the other lined cookie tray.
  7. Place into oven and par- bake each crust 22-24 minutes until the edges are golden and the crust is cooked through. (If you want to bake them at the same time you can- you might just need to increase your baking time by a few minutes and I would alternate the trays and place them on the opposite racks halfway through the cooking time.)
  8. Remove from oven and top with ingredients of choice. Then bump the oven heat up to 400 degrees and bake an additional 15 minutes (give or take) until your cheese has melted and the edges are extra crispy and a dark golden color. (Note: If using real cheese feel free to turn on the broiler at this point to speed up the process and to get some nice color to your crust. If using a fake cheese such as Daiya DO NOT turn the broiler on as it will almost instantly burn. Allow the fake cheese to melt slowly with the 400 degree oven setting.)


Feel free to par bake and then freeze these crust's for future use. If doing so- allow the crust to cool completely before wrapping it up and freezing.

Instead of blanched almond flour feel free to use another homemade nut or seed flour. Sunflower seed flour reacts to baking soda and powder and turns green if you surpass a certain amount of baking powder per cup of flour. (I don’t know what this exact amount is and will be toying with this in the future.) This is something to be aware of if you try using homemade sunflower seed flour. For the best results use a mild tasting nut or seed flour.

To make your own Nut or Seed flour: simplyrun the nut or seed in a high powdered blender or coffee grinder until you have a super fine flour. (If the flour is course- the recipe might not work as well.)

Coconut flour or any of the starchy grain based flours will NOT work in this recipe. Only use other Nut/Seed flours.

To make this recipe corn free use a corn free baking powder (such as Hain) and if butter is a problem opt for olive oil or coconut oil instead of earth balance in the crust.

PLEASE follow these guidelines if you would like the recipe to work! Making other changes will give you different results. Experiment at your own risk.

Try this crust with my Pesto Pizza Topping or Buffalo Chicken Topping.

Pictured in these photos is my buffalo chicken topping using a white cheddar instead of orange + some chives.


Brittany Angell

126 comments | Leave your own

  1. Jessica

    I was thinking about trying to find some dinner rolls to make to go with surf and turf dinner we’re preparing for Oscar night, but now I’m thinking of making these into just focaccia topped with garlic and rosemary, without the traditional pizza toppings. I am excited! And I’ll report back. Thanks!

  2. kristen

    Could you use chia powder instead of flax meal? Thanks!

  3. April

    Is the flax an egg substitute or are you just hydrating it for texture?

  4. belenda

    I am definitely going to try this! It almost looks like a cracker type crust? Or does it still have some dough to it like a thin pizza crust would? Trying to get my taste buds on the right page!!! LOL

  5. sherry

    Love, love all your recipies! What substitutes could I use for the starches you list? I am diabetic and the starches listed are too high in carbs πŸ™ Would xantham gum work as a replacement? Thanks for all your effort!

    1. Lily S.

      Xanthan gum would not work to replace the starch! The starch gives it the light, crispy/chewy texture that you’re looking for. I’m not sure what could replace it — arrowroot, tapioca and potato are the most common and are all plant-based.

    2. Holly


      My son who is prediabetic and I have jumping glucose problems (hyperglycemia) can handle Tapioca Starch. What I would do in your case is make sure you plan your meals so you can have this crust. Eat less carbs of other things you would eat and you can have this crust.

      That is how my son and I do it.


      1. Holly

        ooppss this is to reply to Sherry not Brittany

  6. Deb

    Oh.My.Goodness!!!! My DH said to thank you for one of the best dinners he’s had in a LONG time. I really liked it as well.

    Thanks for experimenting and sharing. I have been in mourning since discovering my egg allergy on top of everything else. I wasn’t planning to cook tonight, but this looked so good that I had to try it.
    It was wonderful!

    If you put together a cookbook, I will be 1st in line to buy it.

  7. Shannon

    Well, I figured out what NOT to do. My food processor didn’t make the almond flour fine enough so it was gritty. I somehow was out of flax so I used ground psyllium husk, which threw me for enough of a loop that I didn’t re-read the recipe for the liquid step and just dumped everything into the mixer bowl and started mixing. Sigh. It tasted okay, but the texture sure wasn’t thin crust pizza. I’m going to add an egg to the second crust and see what happens. Tomorrow. I’ve been disappointed enough today. Oh, and I’ll add more hot sauce too. But we loved the topping idea of spicy chicken. It really does pay to pay attention to the recipe steps, especially after Brittany spends so much time and effort on them!

  8. Nikki Macey

    Hey Brittany,

    Have you tried to freeze this dough for future use? If so, did you freeze it before or after the first baking? I’m in the process of prepping some “easy-meals” for when my baby comes in a few weeks and would love to add this pizza to my list!

    Thank you for all that you do!

  9. jennifer titchenal

    I cannot WAIT to try this! Thank you for always having substitution comments and comments about what you learned as you created/perfected these recipes. I agree with the other post, I would buy a book of yours asap if you had one! Thank you!

  10. Debra

    Hi Brittany,
    I made this crust tonight for pizza dinner and I’m reporting back! πŸ˜‰ First of all, thanks for the hard work you put into all the recipes, the blog and sharing them with all of your readers. I know how intense this blogging is, as I too have a blog.

    I like the gooeyness the flaxmeal and water mixture created and provided for the overall dough. I found the texture of the raw dough very interesting. I made one small substitution, which is baking soda for the baking powder (1:3). So, my following comment could be related to that, but I am unsure. While the crust holds together very well and is “crusty”, we did not get flaky results. In fact, it was so hard to chew that my husband commented it hurt his jaw and stopped eating it. I usually make an extra dish for him, when experimenting like this.. glad I did tonight. I ate all my pizza but also had a hard time chewing. I followed all the instructions, except the baking soda…. and I did bake a bit less time originally because I was afraid of burning it, but it looked great straight out of the oven.

    Not sure where I went wrong.. or if I need to experiment with your recipe to get better results…

    Anyway, thank you!!

  11. Lindsay

    I just found your blog via Pinterest, and I love it! I have no known allergies or intolerances, but I do believe that food is medicine, and I can’t wait to start trying your recipes!

    This crust looks amazing and simple! Love the use of almond flour.

  12. Barb

    You just made our day. That was the best gluten-free and grain-free crust I’ve ever had and I’ve tried a lot of different crusts over the last two years. I think pizza can go back into our regular rotation with this awesome crust! Thank-you, Thank-you!!

  13. Saundra

    Did you use a sauce on the crust? Or just put the cheese directly on the crust.?

  14. Lily S.

    Well yesterday was my lucky day! I was planning on making pizza for dinner, went to your blog for your grain-free thick crust recipe yesterday, and saw this recipe on the home page. I knew I would love it, and I did. I had a little bit of a fiasco as I tried to halve the recipe (I know, I know) but only remembered with certain ingredients and not others. So long story short I turned it into the full recipe but might have messed up a couple things along the way. I did have to supplement the flax with some chia since I ran out. And then I was too lazy to roll the first batch out super thin. But you know what? DELCIOUS! I agree, this is my new favorite pizza crust recipe. I rolled the 2nd batch out super thin as instructed, par-baked and then topped and froze so I’m sure that will be even better and I can’t wait. I wonder if pizza 2 nights in a row is too much?

  15. Kris K

    This is the first recipe I’ve made from this awesome site. Very, very good! I made mine ultra-thin, which didn’t seem to require as much par-baking as indicated. For one pizza, I did a traditional pepperoni with goat mozzarella, manchengo and pecorino romano (I can tolerate both goat and sheep’s milk cheeses). For the other, I mixed cooked ground beef with homemade BBQ sauce and put that on first — then topped it with the same cheese mixture and some chopped scallions. VERY good. One suggestion, though, is to not go to heavy handed on the “goop”…I used a full pound of ground beef and it seemed to weigh the crust down a bit.

    Side note to Brittany: THANK YOU for providing gluten-free alternatives to tapioca starch (I used arrowroot tonight and want to try potato next time). I had a gluten crossreactivity test done from Cyrex labs, and I test very high for tapioca. Explains why store-bought gluten-free stuff always made me sick.

  16. Angela

    Just made this pizza. It was soooo good! The crust is a delight in itself, especially the extra crispy outside parts. The dough was wonderful to work with and stuck together really well. Perfect all the way! I did “almost” the chicken topping you had, but I didn’t have the same hot sauce, so I substituted….still awesome, awesome pizza! Thanks for your time in figuring out this kind of stuff and sharing it!

  17. June

    Wow, great pizza crust! I have several acceptable crust recipes, but this one is truly delicious!

    The dough is pliable and easy to handle. I rolled it really thin and was skeptical about the long cooking time, but it was perfect!

    Thank you for sharing your recipe

  18. Kris K

    Leftover are fantastic reheated on a pizza stone! Next time, after I par-bake the crust, I may throw a pizza stone in to finish off the final product.

  19. Melissa smith

    Super excited to try this one that is egg free too! I am nut and seed free on autoimmune paleo, but am going to try plantain flour! I can’t wait to report. I have had success with plantain/almond subs….wish me luck!

  20. Janet


    I made this crust the other night. I thought it would be wonderful after I had finished par baking it. It looked beautiful. However, after I put my pizza sauce and toppings on it and finished the baking it, the crust became very soggy and we were not able to pick it up to eat. We had to eat with a fork. It did taste good though! I would like to know if you or anyone has any ideas as to what I did wrong. Do you guys use a sauce on it? Maybe I should try it without a sauce, or very little sauce. Or maybe I should bake the pizza directly on the oven rack instead of a pizza pan? I really want this recipe to work, so I would love some advice. Thanks again for all you wonderful recipes. This is the first one I have made that didn’t work like I had hoped.


  21. Michelle

    Hi Brittany,
    I made this for dinner tonight and it was AWESOME!!! Everyone loved it! I didn’t realize it though until reading through these comments…I completely forgot to add baking powder and it still turned out wicked! Go figure?! LOL
    Definitely a great crust for family pizza night. Maybe I might even add the baking powder next time πŸ˜‰

  22. Cammie

    Hi Brittany! This recipe is awesome I saw it a few days ago and knew I had to make it this morning when I woke up….pizza for breakfast? why not….I have Hashi’s too and although I’ve yet to really talk about it on my blog you inspire me to be more open. I admire your optimism and it’s nice to remember how important it is to stay positive when life throws you a curve ball. Thanks for sharing, your blog rocks.

  23. ErinS

    This is 9,ooo times better than any other grain-free crust recipe I’ve tried. Thank-you so much!

  24. Mandy

    I followed this recipe exactly but the end result was a thin cracker which didn’t resemble a thin crust pizza. My “pizza crust” looked nothing like yours lol. Are you able to provide a weight for the 3 cups of packed almond flour. I have a feeling that my “packed” cup isn’t the same as yours. Thank you!

  25. Tempe

    Hi….I miss pizza and was so excited until I got to the flax part. I can not tolerate Flax…it does the same thing that whole grain does and it’s not pretty :-(. So…may I use 2 eggs? I have organic, free range chickens of my own and thought maybe that would work. Please advise as I really, really want Pizza :-).

  26. Cammie

    Hi Brittany! I did a blog post on your crust! Thanks so much for the recipe it’s awesome! You rock.

  27. Allison

    What toppings are those pictured? (And if you listed it and I didn’t see it, just forgive me please. :))

  28. Theresa

    This crust is absolutely amazing! I’ve been grain free for several months now, and this website has been an absolute inspiration!

  29. April

    You did it! This is amazing! I made your recipe Saturday night and had two slices of pizza for dinner, then I had the leftovers for breakfast, lunch and dinner the next day! So good!

  30. Cindi

    Made this the other night. YUM! This is a keeper πŸ™‚ Thank you.

  31. Liz

    This looks really tasty! But even that small amount of the starch is a problem for our restricted diet. Do you think xanthum gum would work as an ok replacement?

    1. Serena

      7 Tbsp of gum instead would be absolutely disgusting. You may be able to come up with some combination of psyllium powder for the bulk and gum for the starch, but you’d have to do a lot of trial and error. And it would probably work best with an egg.

  32. Pat

    Tried this yesterday-office pizza party, so I made it night before-STILL AMAZING-Thank you so much-I miss pizza more than anything!

  33. tatiana

    Want to tell you thank you for your hard work developing recipes, i’m looking forward to trying more recipes of yours.Tried this one tonight, and it was pretty good. I did a caramelized onion and garlic chicken pizza – super tasty combo! My husband thought it was just ok, but neither of us has any issue with gluten or grains so we are still used to a chewy wheat crust. I may have done something wrong because mine wasn’t flaky, just cracker-like tho whole way through. That made me think that the maybe the second crust could be turned into crackers, so I cut the raw rolled out dough into squares, salted it and baked it till light brown. Tastes very close to a wheat thin, i think its the best low carb cracker I’ve made ha ha Thanks for the recipe πŸ™‚

  34. Lydia

    Wow. I gave up bread for lent and this makes me eager for easter! I follow an oil-free vegan diet. Do you know of a way to make pizza crust sans oil?

  35. jenny

    For those wondering about chia, I used 1/2 c ground (roughly 1/3c whole) chia seeds and my crust was nice, thick and sticky and rolled beautifully between 2 sheets of parchment.

    1. Caroline

      Thank you!!

  36. Sara G.

    Hi there. I discovered your blog on Pinterest and am I ever glad I did! Our family is not completely grain-free, but I’m incorporating a lot of grain free meals in our menu. I made this crust tonight and I’m absolutely in love!! It’s fantastic. The kids liked it too. I went with the traditional (organic) pepperoni and cheese and it’s my new fave! Thank you very much for this! I’m looking forward to trying more of your recipes… I’ve already pinned a few!

  37. shannon

    I subscribed to the RSS feed and want to obtain more printer-friendly versions of this and other recipes, but don’t see a print icon, and when I hit the “Pin it” link, it asks for my email add. plus a password, for which I have not figured out how to register with a password. Can anyone help, please? Thanks, shannon.

  38. Megan


    This is the BEST pizza crust ever! I have been craving pizza for about six months, but had not made any because I cannot have dairy, wheat, soy, or corn and everything I have tried in the past was just lacking and left me feeling depressed about my restrictions. Every time a pizza commercial came on TV I would get so mad that the alternative options available to me just did not stack up to the original.

    My husband and I finally tried this recipe last night (I printed it out back in Feb but was waiting to finish an autoimmune anti-inflammation diet before I could try it) and it was like the clouds parted and the pizza gods themselves handed me this glorious masterpiece! I am so thankful for your website and books; we have never made one of your recipes that I did not love.

    Thank you SO much for bringing pizza back into my life. I am having leftovers for lunch today and I cannot wait!

  39. amom

    AMAZING! Thank you! This totally hit the spot for my recent insatiable cravings and even better, the kids LOVED it! They all begged that we make this once a week from now on. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

  40. Jacquelyn

    Absolutely amazing! I’m eating it right now, couldn’t even wait to finish it before thanking you! I love pizza and it has been the hardest thing to give up. This has changed my life! Cheers!

  41. Lisle

    Let me start by saying I greatly appreciate your recipes and have tried several of them. I am paleo for health reasons and was soooo excited to see this recipe. Unfortunately, it is misleading to say it is grain/corn free as baking powder is made with cornstarch (unless there’s a brand that isn’t that I haven’t heard about). I don’t think I would have the same results with baking soda πŸ™

    1. Serena

      I’m allergic to corn too. I use Baker’s Supply Organic Baking Powder. It uses rice starch, but I can get by with that small amount of grain. As Brittany mentioned, there’s also lots of recipes out there for making baking powder, and you can sub arrow root or tapioca or potato starch for the corn starch in them pretty easily.

  42. Kiley

    this is the best gluten free crust i have found so far. THANK YOU!!!

  43. Deborah

    I’ve spent the last half hour trying to find out what the difference is between the “Enhanced Edition” and the regular editions of your cookbooks, other than the price. The descriptions are identical on Amazon for either edition. What is the difference, please?

  44. Holly

    I am so happy I found this recipe and your website – after years without pizza I tried a coconut flour one recently – YUCK. But this is perfect, so close to the real thing. Thank you for sharing!

  45. Renee Beckman

    Can you tell me what other nut/grain flour I can use in place of the Almond flour please? I want to try this recipe tonight πŸ™‚

    Thank you!

    1. Diane

      Renee, have you had any luck. I am in the same situation and I would like to know if anyone has tried it with any other nut or seed to see if it turned out ok

  46. Sarah

    Made this tonight! It was sooooooo gooooooooood!!!!! I was out of flax so I used a bit more almond and a bit of chia! Worked perfectly! New fav crust!

  47. tracy

    I was wondering if you could use this dough to make a hotpocket? If you think so, what would your baking instructions be?

  48. Alissa

    I made this for my family for dinner last night and it turned out amazing! My family has been gluten-free for the last 18 months and said that this was the best pizza they have had since then!! Thank you for this wonderful recipe! It will be a regular in our house!

  49. Best Gluten Free Pizza Crust

    Your recipe seems to be amazing . Surely going to try it for my children this weekend . Thank you so much for sharing.

  50. Bonnie

    Is this supposed to rise? 1.5mm is sooo thin that it burnt within 15 minutes. I’m really confused…

  51. Amber S.

    Could I use cornstarch since it’s what I have on hand and we don’t have any allergies or is it best to stick with one of the others forms of starch that you suggested?

  52. Sherry

    Just wanted to add my thanks for this wonderful pizza crust. It’s fabulous!

  53. Danielle

    This was delicious! I made a buffalo chicken pizza for my husband and me, and a bbq/pineapple/bacon version for the kiddos. Rave reviews from all – yay! My crust turned out very ‘cracker-y’ (which I love) – can’t wait to use that recipe with some added herbs and spices to make crackers for various dips. So glad I happened upon your site – always looking for inspiration – thank you!

  54. Heather March-Engle

    This was the BEST gluten/dairy/soy/egg free pizza crust I have ever made! I’m a mom of two young boys with autism who are on the GFCF diet in addition to having allergies to egg, soy, corn, and peanuts. Needless to say, it has been difficult figuring out what to feed them! Not only did it taste great, but it didn’t crumble! Before I tried this recipe, I had yet to find an autism diet/allergy friendly/toddler friendly crust that did not crumble. Awesome πŸ™‚ I love your recipes and thank you so much for all the work you do!


  55. Lisa

    Hi Brittany,

    I love your website! I visit often to look at the pictures of the amazing things you can do with limited ingredients, and I’ve even made a few! This pizza base was so easy to throw together while I was making wheat based pizza for the rest of the family, and was so yummy I ate the lot!

    Do you have any tips on lasagna sheets? My cousin brought back from the states some brown rice lasagna sheets that were bouncy like wheat ones, and didn’t fall apart like gf ones can. We can’t get them here in Australia, but since there are only two ingredients, rice and rice bran, I thought it would be doable at home, unless theres some complicated processing. The brand is Tinkyada.

    No worries if you have other plans for cooking.

  56. Suzi

    Just wanted to say thank you for this awesome recipe… My boys were very worried when I told them as they have had to endure my attempts at almond meal base before… But it was great.. I did, however, get a bit too excited and put all the ingredients into the mixer before i realised i needed to make the flax eggs separate.. But they were still great ! Next time I will do it right and I am sure it will be even better.. Thanks again. X

  57. Julie Lindemuth

    THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU. I have been gluten free for about 14 months, grain free for about 6. I have been getting so frustrated with my dietary rut, especially since my husband is a total pizza fanatic. I was on the edge of eating one, knowing that the gluten would cause me GI pain. I had to leave my messy kitchen immediately to tell you how fabulous this was. I made it specifically by your recipe, cut in half in case it was awful. I should’ve listened to you and baked two crusts. I used tomato sauce, onions, green peppers, mushrooms, and shredded goat gouda from Trader Joe’s for the toppings. I could cry it was so tasty. Next time, I’ll try chia instead of flax, simply because I have endometriosis and don’t want the added phytoestrogens. Gotta run, I believe the other half of the pizza is called my name. Thank you again!!!!!!!!! πŸ™‚

  58. Jess

    This is an amazing crust!! It’s thin and crispy just how I like it! Thank you for your recipes!

  59. Jenna Healy

    This is the best pizza i;ve ever had… my only complaint is that the recipe doesnt make enough πŸ˜‰

  60. Serena

    This is now my go-to pizza recipe, and I’ve used it as an ‘inspiration’ for crackers. I’ve made the pizza for lots of people who had no idea they were eating gf or grain free pizza, and they loved it! I’m about to make a half batch right now but trying sweet potato flour instead of the starch… I have tried several gf pizza crust recipes before, and this is hands down the best I’ve ever tried- store bought or home made.

  61. Abby

    This recipe looks amazing, as well as your recipe for grain-free thick crust pizza! I prefer a pizza crust that is somewhere in the middle of these two thickness-wise…which recipe do you think would be best for making a medium-thick pizza? Which one has a texture/flavor closest to a grain-based pizza?

    Thanks so much! I really appreciate all the work you do developing these recipes! I am gluten-free, and do a lot of grain-free meals as well, and loved finding your site! I’ve made the grain-free pie crust many times and love it!

  62. Mary Raven


    I don’t like paleofied food but since my 9 yo can’t switch as fast as me I decided to try your recipe out.
    I didn’t get the “normal” pizza dough consistency and feared I might fail.

    I’ll make another batch now as I added too much salt, but other than that my son says: this is awesome. πŸ™‚

    Greetings from Vienna, Austria

  63. Eri

    This might sound like an unintelligent question but, could I use a hand mixer in place of the stand mixer? I did see the hand mix notation however; I’m not sure I trust myself to do mix it well by hand. Also, flax meal is the same as flaxseed meal is it not? I had a minor debate about that with my grocery companion (we are new to the gf/sf/corn free/df world) but I’m pretty sure I’m right. Thank you for this recipe, I’ve missed pizza so much!

  64. Kendra

    Just wanted to say “Thank you” for another fantastic recipe! Had the pizza this summer and was pretty good. Had it last night and followed the instructions to a T and the family LOVED it! Thank you for making our Paleo life much more palatable!

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  66. Lorna

    Thanks so much for a great pizza crust recipe! I love thin crust pizza best. Even the non-allergy people liked it! πŸ™‚

  67. Beth Martwinski

    Could you recommend a good tortilla to use. My daughter has celiac disease, and I find the the tortillas I have tried to be crumbly and basically just awful

  68. Julie

    Hi Brittany…..Can you tell me what is on your thin pizza as in the picture above please it looks delicious….I want to give it a go….julie

  69. Heather

    Made this tonight and it was amazing!! Made it on a pizza stone and it was so crispy and flaky. Yum! Thank you for such an awesome recipe! Can’t wait to try some of your brownies after my 21DSD is up!

  70. Bethany Petri

    I made this recipe too! It was super easy, and the dough came out very nice. I was able to make 2 – 15″ round pizza’s with this recipe. I really liked the taste of the crust. The only this is that it wasn’t as flaky as I had expected, but it did get crispy. But with that said, it is a great alternative to regular doughs, and even the kids ate it!

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  72. Jessica Angell

    I’ve never made this one – have always made the thicker crust but I’m out of psyllium husk so I thought I’d give this one a shot. Ryan and Abby both think it’s the best one yet!

  73. Megan McGrane

    I just made this and! I used almond flour and a chia/flax meal mix that I had on hand and it turned out great!! This is the first pizza I have had in years. Literally, years. I could cry. (That sound dramatic, but Im not kidding….after years of watching others eat pizza and having salad, and trying to make pizza that resulted in gross crust…)
    Thank you!! xoxo

  74. Michelle

    This is the BEST CRUST! I’ve tried countless grain-free recipes, including cauliflower and they were all edible, but none of them satisfied my pizza craving until this one. The pizza didn’t even make it onto a plate, my family stood at the counter eating it until the entire pizza was gone.

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  78. Beth

    This was great! I made it last night and topped it with goat cheese, kale and caramelized onions. Due to a nightshade allergy, I can’t use tomato sauce, but it will still really good.

    Can’t wait to make it again.

  79. lissi

    Can I just use egg instead of flax? How much egg for this recipe please?

  80. Kimberly

    First of all, thank you! After a year of eating grain-free we had just about given up on eating pizza ever again. My husband is ecstatic, and has declared we will be making this weekly, haha!

    Secondly, we cooked ours on the grill using a pizza stone, which worked wonderfully well. Just FYI.

  81. Amber

    How do you use starch in these recipes? Would you measure of a specified amount of cooked, mashed potato maybe, or use dehydrated flakes of potato?

  82. Sue

    Thank you. This was fantastic! You are a genius!

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