Gluten-free Pizza with Cremini Mushrooms, Kale, and Onion

1 package Bob‘s Red Mill Gluten Free Pizza Crust, prepared as directed.

(I used about 3/4 of the dough in 1 12 inch pizza and have some dough left in the fridge to make a cute personal pan one. I cut up the pizza in 1/8 th inch slices and put lemon quart size freezer bags and David them and put them in the freezer leaving one out. I am just me myself and I family of one and so you got to be very creative with how you do stuff so you don’t throw away tons of really good food. I know I’m not the only person who’s on their own single or divorced widowed whatever your situation. I’m including these helpful pointers because I know a lot of people don’t cook because they say was just me well you can still cook and have it be just you cuz you’re just enough.

One small package of crimini mushrooms sliced

One half of a large onion sliced and chopped

Marinara Sauce of your choice to brush on the pizza crust, shredded part skim mozzarella-or you can leave the cheese off entirely

After the dough has risen for 20 minutes, bakwe it for about 7 minutes at 425 degrees. Remove from the oven and brush on the marinara sauce on the partially cooked crust,  add however much you like of your vegetable toppings with mozzarella.  I used not even a half cup on the whole pizza. 

If you really want a quick low sodium low-fat marinara sauce just take:

1 can of Muir Glen Organic Tomato Sauce and add a teaspoon of minced garlic and about two teaspoons of Mrs. Dash Italian seasoning to it. That’s what I did!

Check the pizza periodically,  buy I let mine bake for 15 minutes. I did not make two pizzas out of it, like the folks at Bob’s Red Mill suggested. I felt it was just going to be too thin and fragile to hold up to all the ingredients I was putting on it.

I bought a bunch of organic kale and put a big bag into the freezer in a large freezer bag and dated it.

 I took it out last night thought it for a little bit and large bowl, and would you believe you would have never known it was frozen!

 My tester to see if it worked worked!

 I’m at so happy that it worked. Some things don’t freeze well and sometimes the texture is really awful when you freeze it, but this one didn’t seem to be just like fresh you never would have known in a million years it was frozen.

Just add however much you wanted this, I’m not going to give cup measurements just add what you want of all these ingredients in the proportions you one and customize it to make it your own. 

The cremini mushrooms, onion, and  are an awesome trio. Other ingredients you could add are really well together and other ingredient you could add are pesto or minced garlic.

My preference though for pizza crust is Flieshmans Pizza Crust Yeast it’s awesome. It mixes up as fast as you make biscuits and you can work with it immediately you don’t have to wait 20 minutes or anything for it to rise. You can really really form it thinly too. , nobody seems to sell it here. Most places they carry tons of Mexican and Latin American products but very few Italian.

I’m not glucose intolerant and I won’t classify myself as a vegetarian, but I like to eat healthy and I try new products to see what they’re like.

The finished product comes out with a biscuit light crust and for people who are vegan or vegetarian or gluten-free -it’s awesome and Bob’s Red Mill make so many phenomenal products.


10 thoughts on “Gluten-free Pizza with Cremini Mushrooms, Kale, and Onion

  1. My brother in law is a celiac. His father when alive, an Aussie, was also and a survivor of Japanese WW2 Changi prison. Because of the celiac disease it helped him to survive that prison, for rice is gluten free. It took until 1980’s before diagnosis. Yet it helped to explain how he was relatively able to survive, when others died.

    My brother in law built my sister a pizza oven last year. In North London, in their garden. Where they build different types of dough for different diets. We have Bob’s products here in Canada. Generally, I find them expensive for what they are. They have a wide range of products and may be found in almost any grocery store. Crimini mushrooms are just small portabello ones. I use a lot of mushrooms each week. I like kale yet prefer swiss chard. I make my own bread dough, so will try this, with regular flour. Another way to enjoy a gluten free crust. Would be to make polenta and poured into a pie plate, then topped. Seems delicious to me? Cheers Jamie

    • I am so happy you like this one. It took forever it seemed to type it up and recreate it, but with all of the good comments that I’ve been getting about it, it was well worth it!

    • Thank you Jamie for writing such a wonderful, heartfelt comment to me. You make all the time I spent writing, editing photographing doing photo editing and all the other things worthwhile.


        • Thank you Jamie! Your words mean the world to me.

          Quite often I’m saying things like that to other people but it’s really wonderful to hear you say that.

          I started this site in 2012- Totally Inspired Mind and it’s evolved into far more than what I ever hoped it would be and it’s evolving everyday and growing.

          I have plans for that will come to fruition this year which I think everyone will really love when it all comes together.

          I met the web developer last night that finally I feel like they’re intelligent enough and smart enough and kind enough with a triple winning attotude to help me create it. I’ve been looking for someone who could do HTML coding to monetize the totally inspired mind and the cooking site can advertise products that I hand select and then I personally endorse and use. I’m in the process of working with Amazon to put it all together. The concept will be eco-friendly, sustainability, things that have to do with the world and longevity.

          • Polly, well good luck with that. Simple html is not hard. The later versions and CSS, cascading sheet styles, quite a bit more so. Monetize? You might find less money in it, than you’re hoping for? Yet, still best wishes. If you do not start, you will not achieve. Cheers Jamie.

            • I am not specifically looking for money but you do the same thing I’ve been doing and then to sell products that are eco friendly through Amazon as long as I wouldn’t undermine the integrity of my site. If I get money that’s the Triple win part. Already I won by having it be rewarding, my readers win by regularly tuning in.

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