I have read many good reviews of Bob’s Red Mill Pizza Crust Mix, so I had to give it a try. My go-to pizza crust mix has been Pamela’s GF Bread Mix, but I seem to go through my case so fast, I wanted something a little less expensive, as long as I wasn’t compromising taste. I set out to make this last Saturday for dinner. The directions were very easy to follow and the dough was fairly easy to work with. A little sticky, but typical for gluten-free dough. I topped half of the pizza with Prego Three Cheese Sauce and mozzarella, the other half was the Prego, mozzarella, fresh spinach, grape tomatoes & black olives. I baked according to package directions. I topped my pieces with Sriracha! YUM!
This crust was outstanding. I was actually able to pick up my slice of pizza and hold it without it drooping down or falling apart! It was the perfect combo of crispy & chewy textures. Just like a pizza should be. The nutritional stats are decent, too, due to using whole grains in the mix. 4 grams of fiber per serving!! 200 calories, 1 gram of fat & 3 grams of protein. Kudos to Bob’s Red Mill and THANK YOU for catering to the gluten-free community the way that you do. We truly appreciate it. This crust cost about $4.25 – $4.50 per package at my local store, though I think I saw it at Wal-Mart for just under $4.00.
Now, ready for the fantastic find? I found this mix on sale today for $2.15/pkg!!! I bought 8 of them! WOOHOOO!!! I am going to give this mix a try for some breadsticks & calzones, too!