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Gluten Free Pizza

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Delicious Gluten-Free Pizza: A Guide to Enjoying a Classic Favorite


    Units Scale
    • 1 kg GF Flour
    • 750 ml cold water
    • 35 grams sea salt
    • 35 grams olive oil
    • 15 grams yeast
    • 5 grams baking powder


    • Scale to weigh in grams
    • Pizza Peel
    • Pizza Cutter
    • Pizza stone


    1. Mix in a bowl all dry ingredients: flour, baking powder, salt and yeast and olive oil
    2. Add water, pouring in slowly
    3. Mix 5-10 min
    4. Keep pizza dough in mixing bowl, covered with plastic wrap and refrigerate for 16-24 hours.
    Day 2: Let’s Make Pizzas!
    Remove batter from fridge and immediately  hook back to mixer and start mixing it again slowly to get it back to that sticky dough. Mix about 5-10 minutes.
    Ready your scale, cover with plastic so pizza balls won’t stick.
    1. Preheat pizza oven on high,  after you make the balls (Michael’s was at 800-degrees),or regular oven. If using a regular oven, preheat to 500-degrees or as hot as it can go.  Bake pizza on a pizza stone or a parchment lined pizza pan ( ***see important safety  note below)
    2. Oil your hands
    3. Make Six 305-gram balls
    4. Wrap extra balls in plastic and store into freezer bags for later use.
    5. Now let’s make a pizza! Ready a large board with flour or corn meal
    6. Place dough ball on WELL floured board and start pressing out your pizza dough ball with well floured hands
    7. Once you have your desired shape, get creative, start adding sauce, cheeses and toppings of choice.
    8. Pound or slam side of the board to loosen your pizza so it slides and moves about on board .  Important for transferring pizza to an oven…
    9. Once oven is preheated, Transfer pizza onto a pizza peel
    10. Carefully transfer pizza onto pizza stone, into oven. If sticking you didn’t use enough flour or corn meal to help it slide…
    11. Depending on if you’re using a pizza oven vs a regular oven, your times will vary. For a pizza oven it took between 3-5 min at 800-degrees, watching it closely and checking crust.
    12. If using a regular oven make sure heat it on the highest temp and place the pizza stone inside oven while preheating so it’s hot!
    13. Bake your pizza for 10-12 minutes or until hot and bubbles check crust for desired doneness by carefully lifting it up with a spatula.
    14. Be careful not to burn yourself.
    15. Keep kids away from hot ovens.


    if using parchment lined pizza pan make sure parchment is not sticking out too far beyond pizza crust so it won’t burn while cooking at high heat.

    Give your pizza at least 3-4 minutes to set up once removed from the oven. This helps to insure
    a clean cut for your slices and not have all the toppings slide off.

    • Author: Curry Girls Kitchen