Chebe Pizza Crust Mix -- 7.5 oz
best gluten-free pizza crust
It's quick, easy, and delicious, especially as a "white pizza" with basil...
February 12, 2014
Best thin pizza crust ever
After three years of trying several million terrible boxed mixes for gluten-free pizza crust, I finally discovered Chebe. I have never looked back. It makes the perfect thin-crust pizza; one that is nearly indistinguishable from the texture and flavor of the wheat crust pizza you ate before diagnosis. The mix itself is easy to prepare, just add a couple eggs, some vegetable oil and water. The trick is to add the EXACT amount of liquid called for. Otherwise the dough will be too sticky to roll out in a circle and transfer to a pizza pan. Suggestions: 1. For you non-pie crust makers don't worry about rolling the pizza dough into a perfect circle. 2. Before trying to lift your flattened dough, loosen the edges with your fingers. Then start at one end and carefully lift the dough up and over your forearms before transferring it to the pizza pan. Takes a little practice. 3. Whatever hangs off the side of the pizza pan can be cut off with a knife and "pieced" to fill the empty spaces of the pie tin. After piecing the crust, stab the crust with a fork to get rid of air pockets. 4. Ignore the baking instructions on the box. Bake crust at 425 degrees F for 10 minutes. Remove from oven and top with your favorite toppings. (tomato sauce first, then cheese, then whatever else) and bake at 425 degrees F for another 10--15 minutes or until cheese is at desired brownness. PERFECT every time!
February 11, 2014
BEST Pizza Crust We've Had!
This is by far the easiest and best GF pizza crust we have tried. Still able to pick up the slices to eat them with your hands but the crust was easy enough to cut through with the pizza cutter. NO gritty texture either. Plus it was SO quick to make! This will be our go-to pizza crust from now on. Great price!
January 4, 2014
Great pizza crust
This is the best gluten free pizza crust I have found so far. Family loves it. I some times mix it with bobs red mill pizza flour.
January 4, 2014
Only Gluten Free Pizza Crust my daughter will eat.
I roll it out super thin on a cookie sheet, bake for 10 minutes, cut into quarters, let cool, then place in freezer bag. I have 4 personal size pizza crusts so when my daughter wants pizza I pull one out, bake at 400 degrees for 5 minutes, then add sauce and toppings, bake until the cheese is melted. Makes a very crispy crust that she loves.
January 3, 2014