A good gluten-free pizza crust can be hard to find. Sure, there are a variety of options out there these days, but it can be difficult to find a brand that is decently priced but doesn’t taste like cardboard.
I am happy to say that I have found a pizza dough mix that is reasonably priced, not too difficult to make, and tastes wonderful. There is no questioning that kitch+table pizza dough mix will please your palate. As the package states, incredibly easy and so crazy good that you may not believe it’s actually gluten-free. No false advertisement there. That statement is 100% the truth.
I had a kitch+table baking night this past weekend and my taste-buds had the time of their life. The plan was to make the kitch+table pizza dough for dinner and then the brownie mix for dessert. I mixed up the dough, which was very easy – add 7/8 cup water to pizza dough mix; mix in countertop mixer for 2 minutes. I then spread the dough out on a baking sheet, and used a fork to prick the dough all over. Then, I let the dough rise for just around 30 minutes.
Next, I simply baked the dough for 10-12 minutes until it was fully set. I added my toppings – pizza sauce, mozzarella cheese and pepperoni, and baked the pizza for another 16 minutes (recommended 14-18).
When I took the pizza out of the oven I was very excited to dig in. The crust wasn’t that cracker-thin noise you get with other brands. It also wasn’t weirdly dense. I felt accomplished.
I cut the pizza into slices and loaded up a plate. Of course I burnt the roof of my mouth because I am the most impatient person ever when it comes to waiting for delicious food to cool down. After my first bite I thought to myself, Did I really just make THIS GOOD of a pizza?!
I’ve tried the frozen pizza crusts at the store, and while they did take care of my “need” for pizza ingredients, they never fulfilled my expectations. That’s not the case with kitch+table. Every one of my taste bud’s expectations were met, and I highly recommend this product to anyone that likes pizza!
Show kitch+table your g-free love and follow them on Twitter and Instagram. You can also visit their website and see some delicious looking photos of pizza and brownies. Beware of the cravings that will bring!
Author Information: Laura Hanley
Laura Hanley, known as G-Free Laura, has been gluten-free since 2009. She reviews gluten-free products, restaurants, posts simple recipes, and writes about gluten-free experiences onwww.gfreelaura.com. Laura also blogs for the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness and Rudi’s Gluten-Free Bakery. You can follow Laura’s young, wild, and [gluten] free updates by finding her on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest and Google+.