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  1. Lauren, this looks really amazing! I cannot wait to try it. I think the addition of truffle oil is a great one! Do you think a pizza stone would add anything to baking this such as crispness? I’m not sure if this is meant to be more chewy or crispy or the best of both worlds in my opinion-BOTH. Which is what my pizza stone usually provides. But some gluten-free crusts are just too delicate or finicky so I would love to know if you recommend a stone if one happens to have one available. Thanks so much for the feedback!
    *ps-Really loving all the info on your new venture into essential oils

  2. This looks awesome! I’m on a Paleo diet to help me recover from a brain injury but I’ve struggled to get my family on it mainly due to their addiction to pizza so we’ll try this!

  3. I was told I have an intolerance to both yeast and both yeast and cheese and have been looking for a pizza recipe I can actually eat, I can’t wait to try this recipe out! Please share the cheese-free pizza recipe too!!!

  4. LAUREN. yet again you make my life better. Haha! Seriously though-this pizza crust is RIDICULOUS. So perfect and soooo easy. And with ingredients I always have on hand. My new jersey Italian boyfriend is hooked. He didn’t miss the gluten or wheat at all. We topped ours with goat cheese, homemade carmelized onions, sun dried tomatoes, fresh basil, and homemade balsamic reduction. OMG. we might have this every night with different toppings 😂 THANK YOU!

    • And so freaking excited to find such a perfect crust without almond flour (always gives me a stomach ache and is never the right texture!) or cassava which is super high carb and makes me tired!!

  5. Just tried this and it tasted great. Definitely the best GF pizza crust I’ve had and even better then a good few wheat-based store and restaurant pizzas I’ve tried. The simple, pure toppings compliment it well.

  6. I don’t do much baking simply because I don’t really miss baked treats that much, and nut flours feel kind of heavy to me. (Almond flour is great for brownies, though.) I mostly use coconut flour for “breading” but this sounds really great and I just might have to try it. I have arrowroot on hand but just used it in small quantities for thickening.

  7. I haven’t had pizza since quitting wheat two months ago, so I was excited to try this. It was easy to make and really good. I topped it with sliced tomatoes, fresh parsley, basil, garlic, and baby spinach. Yum. Thanks for the recipe!

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Lauren Geertsen, NTP

I’m an author, entrepreneur, and nutritional therapy practitioner (NTP). I began this website at 19, to share the steps that freed my life of chronic disease and medication. Now, Empowered Sustenance has reached 30 million readers with healthy recipes and holistic resources.

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