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Chrissy Lane

Gluten free living doesn't mean you have to say goodbye to light and fluffy breads and rolls. My gluten free bread recipes, tips and techniques will result in delicious, mouthwatering baked goods every time!

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14 Comments

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    Mark

    Just tried this. the recipe is a bit off, use a full cup of flower, do not expect great things.

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      Chrissy Lane

      Hi Mark,

      Thanks for your feedback – I will experiment with more pizza crust recipes – this one has always turned out well for me, but I do let the batter sit for a bit before baking – that helps the coconut flour absorb the liquids.

      I’ll try to come up with one that you like better.

      But as always, thank you for sharing!

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    Howard

    My wife and I have been recently trying coconut flour for pizza crust, even as an additive to grated and de-watered zuchini. I agree with Mark (Feb 21, 2014) that1/2 cup of coconut flour just doesn’t seem enough, given our experience. So, “if” your recipe is accurate at 1/2 cup, what else do you add? Also, how thick does your crust come out in the end after baking?

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      Chrissy Lane

      Hi Howard,

      Thank for your comments!

      The only thing different I occasionally do with this recipe is add a couple tablespoons of flax seed. That may also help with the consistency.

      Also, letting the batter sit for a few minutes will allow it to absorb the coconut flour completely, making it a bit thicker.

      The crust is not very thick.

      I’m working on something for a thicker crust, but really, this one is quite thin.

      Does that answer your questions?

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    Chris

    Works well first time I have had something I cooked with coco flour stay together thanx for the recipe 🙂

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    Melanie Fox

    Hello! I made this tonight and we enjoyed it. It had a biscuit type texture and is great for a quick bread to have pizza on. The only thing is trying to figure out how to reduce the fat because of the eggs. I do have egg replacer on hand, so that may help, I will have to check the nutritional info on those. Thank you for the recipe. Letting the dough stand for a bit helped it a lot.

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    Carol

    Hello! I’m new here! I been searching for a good pizza recipe for a while. I just found this recipe at coconutflourrecipes.org I have not tried it yet but will soon. If anyone has tried this recipe please tell your experience with it! & if anyone knows what can be used in place of the yogurt in this recipe please post that as well! Thank you to all who will reply! PS… I hope it was ok to pst a recipe from another website on here? I am new to this site!

    This person wrote the following….
    I have been wanting to make a coconut flour pizza and I am glad that I finally got to do it last weekend. The thing is, I actually tried 4 different coconut flour recipes that I found online. And while doing this, I wasted so many ingredients (especially eggs) because two of the recipes I tried are just totally crap. I think they are fake, someone just put together random ingredients and then posted a nice looking pizza photo along with it. The other recipes that I found used ingredients that I am not familiar with so I did not even consider making them.

    And then finally, I found the perfect one. It is from this blog, the healthy home economist. However, I converted the recipe in half and this yield about a 5″ pizza round.

    Ingredients:
    2 eggs
    2 tbsp coconut flour
    2 tbsp plain yogurt

    1/2 tsp garlic
    1/2 tsp onion power
    1/2 tsp oregano
    1/2 tsp basil
    4 tbsp parmesan
    salt to taste

    pizza sauce
    toppings of your choice

    Procedure:
    Mix the eggs, coconut flour and yogurt until there are no more lumps. Add the spices and the cheese. The batter will be a little thin but don’t worry it will come together in the end. Pour the batter on top of parchment paper until it is about 5 inches round. Make sure you don’t make it too thin on the ends, otherwise, they would just burn. Try to make the batter as evenly distributed as possible.

    Bake at 375 C for 15 minutes. Then, pour pizza sauce and cheese over it and add your favorite toppings. In my case, I added all veggies- mushroom, zucchini, spinach and tomato. Put it back in the oven and broil it for 3 minutes or until the cheese is bubbly.

    Best eaten when warm, as soon as it gets out of the oven.

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    Carol

    Meant will try it soon!

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    Lorree

    Do you think this could be made ahead and refrigerated for a day or so? Think I could warm it up with toppings on the grill?

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    Alexandra

    I am VERY excited to try this. Would almond milk work, or must it be coconut milk?

    THANKS!

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    jo

    Quick, easy and worked well. Did 1/3 portion, used milk. Pizza fix without flour – brilliant!

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    Amy

    I love, love, love this. Of course it doesn’t taste like pizza, but I actually enjoyed it way more. I live on a remote island and only brought one small bag of coconut flour back with me on my last overseas trip so I’m rationing it to make this. Mmmmm….. And this is way easier than most of the complicated recipes out there. (We left out pretty much everything bar the eggs, flour, milk, baking soda and a bit of seasoning and it was still fab).

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    Samantha

    Are you using actual coconut milk or coconut milk beverage? They give two very different flavors and outcomes.

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      C.J. Brady

      Hi Samantha,

      Good question – actual coconut milk!

      Reply

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