January 14, 2017

Above the Grain Pizza Crust

We enjoy making our homemade pizza from home and using the Above the Grain pizza crust makes it easy.

You can find the crust for about $8 at most stores in New England including Whole Foods and Stop & Shop.

We usually make a spinach pizza and a pepperoni pizza. Instead of using a typical pizza sauce, we like using the Francesco Rinaldi Hearty Sweet & Tasty Tomato Pasta Sauce. A 24oz single jar is perfect for two pizzas.

The crust is really good and guests that have tried it can't tell that it's gluten-free. In fact, some have suggested the crust is better than anything that they have tried. Certainly doesn't taste like frozen pizza.

Above the Grain Pizza

Cooking Tips

  • Oven Temp: 400 degrees - This is 15 degrees more than what the packaging suggest. The higher temp will produce a crispy crust.
  • Cheese: 3.5 Cups of Mozzarella Cheese
  • Cooking Time: 20 mins

Since we cook a lot of pizza at home, we find having a couple of perforated pizza pans is worth the investment. The pizza comes out nice and crispy and the pans are very easy to clean.

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