Grain-free Paleo Pizza Crust. Low-FODMAP, too!
Now, I know that caveman didn’t really order take-out on Friday nights, which is why some people scoff at the idea of “paleo pizza.” But then again, he didn’t watch Amazon streaming videos on Friday nights, either (which go really well with pizza). What does it really matter if the end result is delicious, and still fits within your dietary principles? So if you tend to eat like a caveman, go ahead and have a little fun with your food! No need to feel guilty about chowing down on this wholesome, grain-free paleo pizza crust.
Most grain-free pizza crusts I’ve come across are either made with cauliflower (which I can’t eat because of the FODMAPs), are too eggy, are too bready, or are too much like a cracker. I’m not saying this pizza crust is perfect. Its hard to reach perfection in a pizza crust without grains. But its definitely a good runner-up to the gluteny pizza crusts we used to know and love. This one is light without being too bready, it crisps on the edges nicely without being too dry and is not doughy in the middle. You can even pick up a slice with your hands (if you want) without it falling apart.
Of course, you can add whatever toppings you like to this crust, but one of my favorites is chicken sausage, red peppers and spinach. It makes for a complete meal (pictured above). Goat’s cheese is optional.
If you try this crust, please leave a comment in the suggestions. I want to know how it turned out for you!