Gluten Free Pesto Pizza with Heirloom Tomatoes

Our Gluten Free Pesto Pizza has a new crust we know you will Love! Pizza is a staple weeknight dinner for the Curry family. There’s a a new gluten free pizza crusts option you will love! Pizza is a favorite meal for us Curry’s! And we enjoy eating it all year long! And now there are many options of gluten free pizza’s and naked pizza crusts, that make us so happy! Especially with our newest GF pizza crust from Etalia Foods . Their authentic Italian gluten free crust is what the gluten free world has been waiting for! Our gluten free pesto pizza with heirloom tomatoes will be a great recipe and was created using our very own, homegrown, tomatoes. We paired these fresh little sweeties with our cilantro and basil pesto sauce and some other toppings for a new fave. The best part is, you can make it in 5 minutes!

And if you love adding zucchini flowers to your pizza, or maybe you’ve never tried it, its so delicious! Maybe you’re a gardener, you will so appreciate this recipe!

Thanks to Fuego Grills, we were able to cook this gluten free pesto pizza on our new pizza stone FOR THE GRILL. Yes! You read that correctly. Fuego makes a pizza stone for the grill that cooks a pre-made pizza crust with your toppings in 5 minutes. It’s genius.

There are many gluten free pizza crusts to choose from. Hands down Etalia Foods authentic Italian Gluten Free Pizza crust is the new front runner that Pegs is wild about! IT actually bubbels up and tasted like a real Italian pizza crust!

We have other crusts we enjoy too: a delicious homemade cauliflower pizza crust we LOVE that you should try. At the time of this video, the only un-topped gluten free pizza crust we could find was Trader Joe’s cauliflower crust (you will have to watch the end of this recipe video to see how we felt about it). Some of our other GF pizza crusts: Cappello’s, Caulipower, Udi’s, Against the Grain Gourmet, and Wholly Wholesome gluten free pizza dough.

Are you grain-free? Try our grain-free cauliflower DIY pizza recipe! Its not that difficult, and sooo tasty!

Scroll down for the full recipe and make sure to watch our recipe video!

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Gluten Free Pesto Pizza with Heirloom Tomatoes

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Summer, fall, winter, or spring ~ you can never go wrong with pizza!

  • Total Time: 15



1 gluten free pizza crust of choice (listed above)
4 heirloom baby tomatoes, halved
1/2 cup spinach, rinsed
1/4 or less yellow or red onions, sliced
Handful of kalamata olives, pitted
1/41/2 cup shredded goat or sheep cheese (we used goat mozzarella)
Pecorino Romano
Pesto sauce
Crushed red pepper flakes
Optional: 4-5 slices of salami or prosciutto


  • Pre-heat pizza stone on grill at high heat (around 500-600 degrees)
  • Pre-bake crust if suggested for 1 minute or so
  • Top with pesto and toppings, making sure to layer cheese in between spinach and other toppings. I prefer to put tomatoes on top to roast.
  • Once grill is ready, place pizza on pizza stone and cover the grill for 5-8 minutes until cheese has melted and crust is crisp**
  • Remove from grill and let cool for a minute before slicing into!


*Notes: if you do not have a pizza stone or grill, you can heat a parchment lined baking sheet or pizza pan on the bottom rack of your oven at 400-425 degrees and bake the pizza. Make sure you put pizza on a piece of parchment paper or dust the baking sheet with GF flour, so it doesn’t stick. Bake for however long the pizza instructions say.

**If using Wholly Wholesome pizza dough, it will take a little more time on the grill. We recommend coating the edges of the pizza dough with olive oil to make nice golden brown. Check after 8-10 minutes.

  • Author: Curry Girls Kitchen
  • Prep Time: 5
  • Cook Time: 10

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