Sometimes you just feel like pizza, right? Me too. After getting fed up waiting too long for it to be made or paying way too much, I came up with this simple mini gluten free pizza recipe.
It’s simple enough… no fancy bells or whistles. No real culinary skills required to make it. But it certainly hits the spot.
A crisp crust and a perfect serving size that won’t make you cringe at the price tag. Plus it’s healthier with a better controlled serving size (rather than eat the entire pie!).
At the end of the day, it’s all about simplicity and solving the ongoing problem we all seek to fill the pizza void.
Mini Gluten Free Pizza Recipe
Readers often ask me for simple recipes that don’t take too long to make. As well as those that hit the spot when a craving comes on… like pizza.
If you’ve ever bought gluten free pizza, you know it’s expensive. A personal pie is sometimes $5 to $10 more expensive than a gluten-filled pizza. Frozen pizza offer up a pretty hefty sticker shock.
To be honest, I don’t always feel like shelling out double for a thin crust tiny gluten free pizza.
And I don’t always feel like waiting for it to be made special or baked in the oven.
One day, I got a serious hankering for gluten free pizza and so this mini gluten free pizza recipe was born.
For the first time, I saw the Hilary’s Eat Well veggie patties in my freezer as a simple solution. And boy, was it really good!
Ingredients for the Mini Gluten Free Pizza Recipe
My absolute favorite is the Adzuki Bean patty that’s gluten free, organic, corn-free, soy-free, and vegan.
Lightly toasted, it’s the perfect gluten free pizza crust replacement that’s ready from the freezer in about 7 minutes.
Truthfully, I’ve loved the veggie patties from Hilary’s Eat Well for a long time. They make a fantastic side of healthy, gluten free carbs to a salad.
And because of their texture, they fill that void of eating something crisp making them a great (and healthier) alternative to eating chips.
If you’re vegan, these are by far the best veggie patties I’ve ever had.
And their new veggie breakfast sausages are Ah-MAZING. No soy and meat-free, but they completely nailed the incredible flavor that’s undeniably a breakfast sausage.
I’m often asked about companies that go above and beyond to meet the needs of our community looking for products that are safe from multiple allergens. Hilary’s Eat Well is one brand that goes the distance and is available in local grocery stores (beyond just Whole Foods).
Disclaimer: This post was sponsored by Hilary’s Eat Well, but the opinions are my own.
Win some Hilary’s Eat Well Products for the Holidays!
With Christmas and Hanukkah just around the corner, I decided to team up with Hilary’s Eat Well to share some of their goodies with you!
Enter to win over $25 worth of product (mailed to your house!) including their Black Rice Burger, Spicy Thai Burger, Mediterranean Veggie Bites, Spicy Veggie Breakfast Sausage, Chili-Lime Vinaigrette, & Beet Vinaigrette.
Don’t miss out on this final contest of 2016 and enjoy using this mini gluten free pizza recipe to fill your pizza spot.
The contest ends 11:59pm PT on Wednesday 12/14/2016. You must live in the US to win.
To get your name in the running, take these TWO STEPS to complete your entry.
STEP 1 – Enter your first name and email into the box here unless you’re already on my newsletter list. (By entering your information, you’ll be added to my newsletter list and receive emails from me.)
STEP 2 – Leave a comment below sharing your favorite gluten free pizza toppings! Then you’ll have plenty of ideas for how to top your mini gluten free pizzas.
I’ll pick the winner after confirming both steps are complete and then email the winner. You have 24 hours to respond to my email or I move on to the next winner.
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