Your Monday just got better. Because PIZZA.
I have spent almost every weekend in January testing this recipe to make sure it was perfect for you.
I needed it to be a no fuss pizza. None of that waiting BS.
I needed it to be gluten free because of my newly found gluten intolerance. I legit can’t have pizza from a pizza shop... it causes DAYS of pain.
I needed it to be made with cassava flour. My new favorite flour. It’s light and easy to work with
I believe I’ve done it.
Plus it’s easy to freeze (1 month) for later! Make 2 pizzas!
One for tonight and one for next week! (Or tomorrow 😉)
In this section, I will break the process down for you.
First, we add warm water to yeast and "feed" the yeast some honey. Pretty much makes the yeast happy and frothy.
Next, we mix the dry ingredients plus the egg and olive oil. Mix yeast with the dry ingredients.
Place in a VERY HOT oven. This is key. Trust me. Also cassava flour can be tricky if your crust isnt thin enough. It can create a softer/chewier consistency which I wasnt a huge fan of in Pizza test #3.
I hope you love this cassava pizza crust recipe as much as Jake does. He ate the one in the picture. He deserves it though for putting up with waiting all day to eat it. Because of food blogger problems: making it pretty (not hard), taking 100 photos of it, a video for Instagram, and such ;).
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