Our Gluten Free Pizza Crust Mix is our best seller—for a reason!
Turn your oven into a pizza oven with Jules's simple directions! Or choose her easy no-rise option. Or bake on a grill. Or use this award-winning gluten free pizza mix to make calzones instead! So many delicious options.
Gluten free pizza crust mix should make pizza crust that tastes like the ‘real’ deal. And Jules missed 'real' pizza almost more than anything when she was diagnosed with celiac disease. So, she worked hard to make a gluten free pizza crust mix that actually made an authentic, chewy-yet-crispy, airy crust, or it wouldn’t have her name on it. She didn’t have to taste a lot of other gluten free crusts in her research. She could tell by looking at the ingredients.
A gluten free pizza crust mix shouldn’t be rice based.
Most gluten free pizza crusts are more like crackers. That's because most use flour that’s primarily brown rice based. Rice is nice, but it’s dry, crumbly and doesn’t behave like flour that traditional pizza crusts are made from. gfJules Gluten Free Flour does behave like traditional flour, so she had a great start. Then she tirelessly tweaked and tested and re-tested…and finally hit upon THE perfect combination of everything to produce a gluten free pizza crust mix that’s easy to make, and gets gobbled down by gluten-loving teenagers and discerning gluten-free diners alike.
When’s the last time you had really, really exceptional gluten free pizza? Ever? You know Jules wouldn’t want you living without, or compromising by eating (or feeding your family) inferior pizza. This pizza is certifiably awesome! Read the REVIEWS! Then grab a mix or 4! By making it yourself, you’ll be stretching your food budget! And eating and serving THE BEST, safest gluten free pizza crust mix you’ll EVER try! Trust Jules, you’ll be glad you did!
gfJules Pizza Crust Mix Makes Amazing Gluten Free Baguettes, Italian Bread, Calzones, Stuffed Crust Pizza and Bread Sticks.
Craving crunchy baguettes or pull-apart soft Italian bread or bread sticks? gfJules Gluten Free Pizza Crust Mix is your easy answer! Whip up a mix, pipe it out into the shape you want, spritz with water for crunchy crust, rise for 20 minutes and bake — voilá, the gluten free bread you’ve been waiting for! Hop to the “Recipes” tab at the top of this page and type into the search box any of these recipes for the how-to steps! This is a mix you’ll not only love, but on which you and your family will come to depend!
Don't live another day without EPIC gluten free pizza!
INGREDIENTS TO ADD TO ENTIRE MIX: •4 egg whites - room temperature (OR flax egg or aquafaba sub) • 4 Tablespoons olive oil • 1 tsp. apple cider vinegar or lemon juice • 1 cup warm water • 2 yeast packets (included*)
TO MAKE 1 CRUST: Use half of above ingredients + 1 2/3 cups mix (8.5 ounces)
MAKE THE DOUGH: Mix egg whites, oil, vinegar and warm water with pizza mix and yeast* for 2-3 minutes. Dough will be wet and sticky.
FORM THE CRUST: Spoon dough onto oiled parchment. Liberally oil your palms and spread pizza out to a 12-14” circle or small personal pizzas, adding oil to your hands if the dough is sticking. Create raised edge to contain sauce.
FOR PIZZA STONE: Preheat oven with stone to 500°F. Cover crust with oiled parchment and let rise for 30 minutes in a warm spot. Remove top parchment and transfer to hot stone. Bake for 3-4 minutes or until the crust is lightly browned, bubbled, and firm. Remove to spread warm sauce and toppings, then bake for 2 more minutes.
NO RISE METHOD: Transfer crust on parchment to pizza pan and place on bottom rack of oven. Turn oven on to 500°F. Bake for 18 minutes or until crust is lightly browned, risen, and firm. Add sauce and toppings and bake for 3-4 minutes on top rack.
*FOR YEAST-FREE, replace each yeast packet with 1 Tbs. baking powder + 1 heaping tsp. baking soda and replace water with bubbly liquid (like club soda, GF beer, etc.).