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  1. does it concern you that arrowroot flour raises your insulin? That is why I like coconut flour but I’m especially hesitant to use arrowroot or tapioca flour. What are your thoughts?

    • Arrowroot by itself would have an impact on blood sugar – but here it is mixed with FIBRE and FAT. These things mitigate arrowroot’s negative impact on blood sugar. Having said that, it depends from person to person. Some people can eat a bowl of fruit and not have their blood sugar spike drastically. Others will feel differently after the sugar. In short, do not worry!

  2. Fantastic! I’ll be working at the Farm-Wise camp again this summer and besides myself there are always kids who attend camp with severe grain allergies. Since we have pizza every Friday this recipe is going on my list to try. Also thanks for the new Paleo Real Food bloggers Lauren. I’m especially looking forward to Grazed and Enthused.

  3. Is it possible to give the cup measurements in grams? I’m in the UK and our cup measurements are different. I’ve tried to look online for the equivalent but it ranges from 90-112 grams for one U.S. cup of coconut flour. That’s quite a big range for a flour that is good at absorbing moisture.

  4. Thank you, thank you, thank you. I did not have high hopes for the flat bread. Before it went into the oven it was quite crumbly so i had to be careful but when it came out it looked great, was very together and absolutely delicious, by no means a poor substitute for the real thing (wheat flat bread) but far far superior both in taste and how i felt after eating it. I am so pleased and grateful to have found this recipe 🙂

    The sausage was divine but then i was fortunate to be able to use actual grated truffle. Like you, I have lamented not being able to eat thin crust pizza but now my woes are over. Much love !

    • Kate ~ Wonderful!! I am SO jealous of your grated truffle. I had friends over the other night and told them to sprinkle some truffle salt on our dinner and they responded, “I’ll just do regular salt, no worries.” I could have slapped them 😉

  5. I just made this crust- it turned out amazing! It was very easy to work with, and it turned out crispy on the edges. I am so excited to have finally found a great AIP pizza crust recipe. Thank you!

  6. I’ve become addicted to the flatbread part of this recipe. Haha It’s simple to make, fills that comfort food gap of bread, and comes out great every time. I even make it as a snack and put a little ghee on it. 😄

  7. This was so delicious! Other paleo pizza crust recipes we use have WAY too much oil to eat regularly but this one was perfect, if just a little less chewy. Do you think there’s a way to add an egg to this to improve the texture? Any ideas on how the other ingredients would need adjustment? Thanks for a fantastic recipe!

  8. This was really good. I made it on Sunday and then made it again last night with the left over sauce that I had. In the future to make dinner quicker, I am going to make the sauce in advance since it kept so nicely. I was also able to make a lunch with extra hamburger and veggies with a nomato sauce I had already made. Thank you for this. Not only was it delicious but quick and easy, and I was able to have lunch the next day too! I am for anything that makes life easier and is yummy! Looking forward to the next time I make it.

  9. OMG! I could kiss you on the mouth for this recipe!! This flatbread is AMAZING! Finally a recipe that replicates a thin crust pizza not only in taste but in texture too. And you can pick it up and eat it like pizza. I didn’t make the sauce because I wanted to use my chimichurri sauce instead (which is really like a vegan pesto). Thank you thank you thank you!!!

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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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