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Thursday, December 2, 2010

udi's gluten free pizza crust

I recently discovered Udi's Gluten Free Foods pizza crust in the freezer section of my local grocery store, and I am crazy about them. I love thin crust pizza, and these are just that! they come frozen two per package, and they couldn't be easier to use, and they make great pizza in my opinion. as we all know the combinations of what you can potentially put on your pizza are endless. I even sometimes use ingredients like strawberries, pumpkin seeds, and papaya. be creative and find something unique and delicious. 

I used to use the Kinnikinnick frozen pizza crusts a few years back when they were really the only gluten free pizza crusts I could find. they were ok, especially when you have no other choice, but I found them to be too doughy and thick for my taste. I have heard that Boston Pizza uses Kinnikinnick pizza crust for their gluten free pizza, and they taste pretty good in my opinion, but they are obviously cooked in commercial ovens, which makes a difference. I could never get them nicely baked in my oven at home. 

Udi's pizza crust is a welcome alternative. they cook really nicely, and take just minutes to prepare. I found mine at Nesters Market Woodwards, more on this great store to come soon, they have a good selection of gluten free products! here is one pizza recipe you can try, it's a little on the salty side due to the salami, it would pair well with a nice cold gluten free beer!


gluten free salami pizza with tomatoes and olives

1. set your oven to 450 degrees celcius (this is what the package recommends, but I cook everything at 350!)
2. remove the pizza crust(s) from the package and place on your baking sheet, they will defrost while you prepare your toppings
3. spread one large tablespoon of tomato sauce all over the crust, I use Western Family Organics tomato sauce
4. place the salami slices over the tomato sauce, I used about 6-7 slices. use your favorite gluten free salami, I used Freybe gypsy salami, it's gluten free
5. quarter cut fresh organic cherry tomatoes, I get all my organic produce from Spud.
6. add your choice of olives, I used fresh calabrese olives, I used a sharp knife and sliced the meat off from around the pit
7. add your favorite cheese, I used Okanagan's Choice Cheese shredded mozzarella, it doesn't contain modified milk ingredients
8. place in the oven and cook for 6-8 minutes
9. enjoy!

I am going to try ham and pineapple next, my all time favorite pizza!  Andrea.



udi's gluten free foods   |   kinnikinnick   |   freybe



5 comments:

rosa @ flutter flutter said...

I just discovered Udi's too! I got all mine at Save On Foods. Their bread is SO much better than all the others that I've tried.

tanya said...

They are delicious that's for sure! Even my does not need to eat GF husband finds them tastier than his g-filled ones :)

Beth said...

I use the Udi's pizza crusts instead of naan bread when I make curries at home! I just break a piece off and pop it in the microwave to defrost and then in the toaster oven for a minute or two!

andrea said...

great suggestion Beth! I will definitely give that a try! I served pizzas at my birthday party this past weekend, and I used udi's crust, they were a hit with everyone, not to mention so easy to make.

Sam said...

Udi's is a favorite in our family, Ed's Gluten Free also carries Udi's products.

Thursday, December 2, 2010

udi's gluten free pizza crust

I recently discovered Udi's Gluten Free Foods pizza crust in the freezer section of my local grocery store, and I am crazy about them. I love thin crust pizza, and these are just that! they come frozen two per package, and they couldn't be easier to use, and they make great pizza in my opinion. as we all know the combinations of what you can potentially put on your pizza are endless. I even sometimes use ingredients like strawberries, pumpkin seeds, and papaya. be creative and find something unique and delicious. 

I used to use the Kinnikinnick frozen pizza crusts a few years back when they were really the only gluten free pizza crusts I could find. they were ok, especially when you have no other choice, but I found them to be too doughy and thick for my taste. I have heard that Boston Pizza uses Kinnikinnick pizza crust for their gluten free pizza, and they taste pretty good in my opinion, but they are obviously cooked in commercial ovens, which makes a difference. I could never get them nicely baked in my oven at home. 

Udi's pizza crust is a welcome alternative. they cook really nicely, and take just minutes to prepare. I found mine at Nesters Market Woodwards, more on this great store to come soon, they have a good selection of gluten free products! here is one pizza recipe you can try, it's a little on the salty side due to the salami, it would pair well with a nice cold gluten free beer!


gluten free salami pizza with tomatoes and olives

1. set your oven to 450 degrees celcius (this is what the package recommends, but I cook everything at 350!)
2. remove the pizza crust(s) from the package and place on your baking sheet, they will defrost while you prepare your toppings
3. spread one large tablespoon of tomato sauce all over the crust, I use Western Family Organics tomato sauce
4. place the salami slices over the tomato sauce, I used about 6-7 slices. use your favorite gluten free salami, I used Freybe gypsy salami, it's gluten free
5. quarter cut fresh organic cherry tomatoes, I get all my organic produce from Spud.
6. add your choice of olives, I used fresh calabrese olives, I used a sharp knife and sliced the meat off from around the pit
7. add your favorite cheese, I used Okanagan's Choice Cheese shredded mozzarella, it doesn't contain modified milk ingredients
8. place in the oven and cook for 6-8 minutes
9. enjoy!

I am going to try ham and pineapple next, my all time favorite pizza!  Andrea.



udi's gluten free foods   |   kinnikinnick   |   freybe



5 comments:

rosa @ flutter flutter said...

I just discovered Udi's too! I got all mine at Save On Foods. Their bread is SO much better than all the others that I've tried.

tanya said...

They are delicious that's for sure! Even my does not need to eat GF husband finds them tastier than his g-filled ones :)

Beth said...

I use the Udi's pizza crusts instead of naan bread when I make curries at home! I just break a piece off and pop it in the microwave to defrost and then in the toaster oven for a minute or two!

andrea said...

great suggestion Beth! I will definitely give that a try! I served pizzas at my birthday party this past weekend, and I used udi's crust, they were a hit with everyone, not to mention so easy to make.

Sam said...

Udi's is a favorite in our family, Ed's Gluten Free also carries Udi's products.

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Thursday, December 2, 2010

udi's gluten free pizza crust

I recently discovered Udi's Gluten Free Foods pizza crust in the freezer section of my local grocery store, and I am crazy about them. I love thin crust pizza, and these are just that! they come frozen two per package, and they couldn't be easier to use, and they make great pizza in my opinion. as we all know the combinations of what you can potentially put on your pizza are endless. I even sometimes use ingredients like strawberries, pumpkin seeds, and papaya. be creative and find something unique and delicious. 

I used to use the Kinnikinnick frozen pizza crusts a few years back when they were really the only gluten free pizza crusts I could find. they were ok, especially when you have no other choice, but I found them to be too doughy and thick for my taste. I have heard that Boston Pizza uses Kinnikinnick pizza crust for their gluten free pizza, and they taste pretty good in my opinion, but they are obviously cooked in commercial ovens, which makes a difference. I could never get them nicely baked in my oven at home. 

Udi's pizza crust is a welcome alternative. they cook really nicely, and take just minutes to prepare. I found mine at Nesters Market Woodwards, more on this great store to come soon, they have a good selection of gluten free products! here is one pizza recipe you can try, it's a little on the salty side due to the salami, it would pair well with a nice cold gluten free beer!


gluten free salami pizza with tomatoes and olives

1. set your oven to 450 degrees celcius (this is what the package recommends, but I cook everything at 350!)
2. remove the pizza crust(s) from the package and place on your baking sheet, they will defrost while you prepare your toppings
3. spread one large tablespoon of tomato sauce all over the crust, I use Western Family Organics tomato sauce
4. place the salami slices over the tomato sauce, I used about 6-7 slices. use your favorite gluten free salami, I used Freybe gypsy salami, it's gluten free
5. quarter cut fresh organic cherry tomatoes, I get all my organic produce from Spud.
6. add your choice of olives, I used fresh calabrese olives, I used a sharp knife and sliced the meat off from around the pit
7. add your favorite cheese, I used Okanagan's Choice Cheese shredded mozzarella, it doesn't contain modified milk ingredients
8. place in the oven and cook for 6-8 minutes
9. enjoy!

I am going to try ham and pineapple next, my all time favorite pizza!  Andrea.



udi's gluten free foods   |   kinnikinnick   |   freybe



5 comments:

rosa @ flutter flutter said...

I just discovered Udi's too! I got all mine at Save On Foods. Their bread is SO much better than all the others that I've tried.

tanya said...

They are delicious that's for sure! Even my does not need to eat GF husband finds them tastier than his g-filled ones :)

Beth said...

I use the Udi's pizza crusts instead of naan bread when I make curries at home! I just break a piece off and pop it in the microwave to defrost and then in the toaster oven for a minute or two!

andrea said...

great suggestion Beth! I will definitely give that a try! I served pizzas at my birthday party this past weekend, and I used udi's crust, they were a hit with everyone, not to mention so easy to make.

Sam said...

Udi's is a favorite in our family, Ed's Gluten Free also carries Udi's products.

Thursday, December 2, 2010

udi's gluten free pizza crust

I recently discovered Udi's Gluten Free Foods pizza crust in the freezer section of my local grocery store, and I am crazy about them. I love thin crust pizza, and these are just that! they come frozen two per package, and they couldn't be easier to use, and they make great pizza in my opinion. as we all know the combinations of what you can potentially put on your pizza are endless. I even sometimes use ingredients like strawberries, pumpkin seeds, and papaya. be creative and find something unique and delicious. 

I used to use the Kinnikinnick frozen pizza crusts a few years back when they were really the only gluten free pizza crusts I could find. they were ok, especially when you have no other choice, but I found them to be too doughy and thick for my taste. I have heard that Boston Pizza uses Kinnikinnick pizza crust for their gluten free pizza, and they taste pretty good in my opinion, but they are obviously cooked in commercial ovens, which makes a difference. I could never get them nicely baked in my oven at home. 

Udi's pizza crust is a welcome alternative. they cook really nicely, and take just minutes to prepare. I found mine at Nesters Market Woodwards, more on this great store to come soon, they have a good selection of gluten free products! here is one pizza recipe you can try, it's a little on the salty side due to the salami, it would pair well with a nice cold gluten free beer!


gluten free salami pizza with tomatoes and olives

1. set your oven to 450 degrees celcius (this is what the package recommends, but I cook everything at 350!)
2. remove the pizza crust(s) from the package and place on your baking sheet, they will defrost while you prepare your toppings
3. spread one large tablespoon of tomato sauce all over the crust, I use Western Family Organics tomato sauce
4. place the salami slices over the tomato sauce, I used about 6-7 slices. use your favorite gluten free salami, I used Freybe gypsy salami, it's gluten free
5. quarter cut fresh organic cherry tomatoes, I get all my organic produce from Spud.
6. add your choice of olives, I used fresh calabrese olives, I used a sharp knife and sliced the meat off from around the pit
7. add your favorite cheese, I used Okanagan's Choice Cheese shredded mozzarella, it doesn't contain modified milk ingredients
8. place in the oven and cook for 6-8 minutes
9. enjoy!

I am going to try ham and pineapple next, my all time favorite pizza!  Andrea.



udi's gluten free foods   |   kinnikinnick   |   freybe



5 comments:

rosa @ flutter flutter said...

I just discovered Udi's too! I got all mine at Save On Foods. Their bread is SO much better than all the others that I've tried.

tanya said...

They are delicious that's for sure! Even my does not need to eat GF husband finds them tastier than his g-filled ones :)

Beth said...

I use the Udi's pizza crusts instead of naan bread when I make curries at home! I just break a piece off and pop it in the microwave to defrost and then in the toaster oven for a minute or two!

andrea said...

great suggestion Beth! I will definitely give that a try! I served pizzas at my birthday party this past weekend, and I used udi's crust, they were a hit with everyone, not to mention so easy to make.

Sam said...

Udi's is a favorite in our family, Ed's Gluten Free also carries Udi's products.

Thursday, December 2, 2010

udi's gluten free pizza crust

I recently discovered Udi's Gluten Free Foods pizza crust in the freezer section of my local grocery store, and I am crazy about them. I love thin crust pizza, and these are just that! they come frozen two per package, and they couldn't be easier to use, and they make great pizza in my opinion. as we all know the combinations of what you can potentially put on your pizza are endless. I even sometimes use ingredients like strawberries, pumpkin seeds, and papaya. be creative and find something unique and delicious. 

I used to use the Kinnikinnick frozen pizza crusts a few years back when they were really the only gluten free pizza crusts I could find. they were ok, especially when you have no other choice, but I found them to be too doughy and thick for my taste. I have heard that Boston Pizza uses Kinnikinnick pizza crust for their gluten free pizza, and they taste pretty good in my opinion, but they are obviously cooked in commercial ovens, which makes a difference. I could never get them nicely baked in my oven at home. 

Udi's pizza crust is a welcome alternative. they cook really nicely, and take just minutes to prepare. I found mine at Nesters Market Woodwards, more on this great store to come soon, they have a good selection of gluten free products! here is one pizza recipe you can try, it's a little on the salty side due to the salami, it would pair well with a nice cold gluten free beer!


gluten free salami pizza with tomatoes and olives

1. set your oven to 450 degrees celcius (this is what the package recommends, but I cook everything at 350!)
2. remove the pizza crust(s) from the package and place on your baking sheet, they will defrost while you prepare your toppings
3. spread one large tablespoon of tomato sauce all over the crust, I use Western Family Organics tomato sauce
4. place the salami slices over the tomato sauce, I used about 6-7 slices. use your favorite gluten free salami, I used Freybe gypsy salami, it's gluten free
5. quarter cut fresh organic cherry tomatoes, I get all my organic produce from Spud.
6. add your choice of olives, I used fresh calabrese olives, I used a sharp knife and sliced the meat off from around the pit
7. add your favorite cheese, I used Okanagan's Choice Cheese shredded mozzarella, it doesn't contain modified milk ingredients
8. place in the oven and cook for 6-8 minutes
9. enjoy!

I am going to try ham and pineapple next, my all time favorite pizza!  Andrea.



udi's gluten free foods   |   kinnikinnick   |   freybe



5 comments:

rosa @ flutter flutter said...

I just discovered Udi's too! I got all mine at Save On Foods. Their bread is SO much better than all the others that I've tried.

tanya said...

They are delicious that's for sure! Even my does not need to eat GF husband finds them tastier than his g-filled ones :)

Beth said...

I use the Udi's pizza crusts instead of naan bread when I make curries at home! I just break a piece off and pop it in the microwave to defrost and then in the toaster oven for a minute or two!

andrea said...

great suggestion Beth! I will definitely give that a try! I served pizzas at my birthday party this past weekend, and I used udi's crust, they were a hit with everyone, not to mention so easy to make.

Sam said...

Udi's is a favorite in our family, Ed's Gluten Free also carries Udi's products.