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Maria’s Mini Gluten Free Pizza Recipe
June 1, 2015 | Home >In the News >Maria’s Mini Gluten Free Pizza Recipe

Maria’s Mini Gluten Free Pizza Recipe

You don’t have to have issue’s with gluten to love this gluten free pizza recipe! My kids that were home loved them. The neighbor girl loved them, and all three were asking me to make them some more.Mini Gluten Free pizza recipe without special or expensive flours!

Most gluten free recipes we avoid because those specialty flours are so dang expensive!  This one is different though.  All we used for this crust is eggs, cheese, and some cream of tarter!  We love recipes for pizzas because veggies can naturally be assembled on top and kids still like it. If you blended your veggies into the pizza sauce (like we did for this post), or if you chopped them into huge strips like we did here, the result is the same- more veggies for kids!

These pizzas are pretty easy to make and a great job for kids in the kitchen. The part that takes the longest is whipping the eggs until stiff peaks are formed.  The kids can hold beaters, or just be in charge of monitoring the stand mixer.   Have them identify when the eggs are thick enough to spread into a pan.

Mini Gluten Free pizza recipe without special or expensive flours!
  • 3 Eggs, separated
  • 1/2 tsp cream of tarter
  • 3 oz room temperature light cream cheese
  • 3 tablespoon Parmesan cheese

First separate the eggs and whip the whites with cream of tarter until VERY fluffy.  Second, stir the cream cheese with the egg yolks till blended, and fold into the egg whites.  Also fold in the Parmesan cheese.

Mini Gluten Free pizza recipe without special or expensive flours!
Spread in a greased 13X9 pan.

Mini Gluten Free pizza recipe without special or expensive flours! Bake at 375 for 15-18 minutes.

Mini Gluten Free pizza recipe without special or expensive flours!Top the “pizza crust” with whatever vegetables your kids like.  We used:

  • Pizza sauce
  • Sliced zucchini
  • Cherry tomatoes
  • spinach leaves

We didn’t cook the veggies, we only cooked the crust.  So, after the crust is done, you can assemble these any way you’d like to.

Mini Gluten Free pizza recipe without special or expensive flours!
I cut these out of the pan with a circle cookie cutter.  I added a SMALL amount of tomato sauce, a few shreds of mozzarella, and my broccoli slaw!

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Maria’s Mini Gluten Free Pizza Recipe

Maria’s Mini Gluten Free Pizza Recipe

Maria’s Mini Gluten Free Pizza Recipe
Serves: 4
  • 3 Eggs, separated
  • 1/2 tsp cream of tarter
  • 3 oz room temperature light cream cheese
  • 3 Tablespoon Parmesan cheese
First separate the eggs and whip the whites with cream of tarter until VERY fluffy. Second, stir the cream cheese with the egg yolks till blended, and fold into the egg whites. Also fold in the Parmesan cheese. Spread in a greased 13X9 pan. Bake at 375 for 15-18 minutes. Cut into squares or cut out with a round cookie cutter.
written by
Amy Roskelley

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Mindy says:

They look awesome! So the broccoli slaw was cooked on or added after? Looks good. Your crust turned out so much nicer than mine! I’ll try again soon. Thanks for the trackback!

Amy says:

I put the raw broccoli slaw on top, and then toasted it.

I really love this recipe! Preparing such a gluten free pizza might be a real enjoyment for those who are engrossed with cooking.

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