Gluten-Free Crazy Crust Pizza

Published on Feb 28, 2021

  by   Kristina Stosek

13 reviews

Prep Time: 10 minutes Cook Time: 45 minutes Serves: 6 - 8 pc
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This gluten-free crazy crust pizza is one of our easiest pizza recipes. Soft, crispy bottom crust topped with our favourite toppings, such as ground beef, pepperoni, mushrooms, bell peppers, onions, garlic, tomato sauce, and lots of cheese!!

crazy crust pizza, gluten free


Crazy crust pizza recipe has always been my favorite gluten-free pizza dough when I am short on time. The dough has the consistency of pancake batter, making it one of the easiest pizza dough recipes.

No rolling or stretching out the dough, just pouring it into the baking pan and topping it with just about anything you love on your pizza.


pizza batter


In our home, whenever the pizza craving kicks in, and I have very little time, I always make the gluten-free crazy crust pizza.


tomato sauce, gluten free

This is not a thin crust pizza, but if you prefer the pizza crust to be thinner, use a slightly bigger rimmed pan. You can even use a 14-inch rimmed pizza pan. I feel the crust is better when it is slightly thicker because it holds more toppings.


crazy crust pizza, gluten free


First, the gluten free pizza crust is yeast-free, and is made with liquid batter, not the typical pizza dough.

Most of the toppings are baked in the batter, and then the pizza is finished with tomato sauce and cheese and baked a little longer until the cheese is bubbling.

The sauce adds flavor to the meat. For the cheese….well, you can’t have a pizza without gooey cheese. Choose your favorite good melting cheese, you can’t go wrong.

That’s it for making a quick and easy, fail-proof gluten free pizza!


gluten-free pizza


I wanted this gluten-free crazy crust pizza to be hearty and satisfying. So I used ground beef and pepperoni for the meat. I have also added onions, bell peppers and mushrooms for freshness.

I could have used gluten-free pizza sauce, but instead, I mixed tomato sauce with mustard and basil. The sauce added exceptional flavour to this most delicious crazy crust pizza.


crazy crust pizza, gluten free


There are plenty of topping choices when making a crazy crust pizza. If you are looking to make a vegetarian pizza, briefly saute vegetables such as onions, zucchini, peppers, asparagus, artichokes, spinach, mushrooms or whatever you like before adding them to the batter.

For meaty pizzas, you can use chicken, ham, bacon…the list is endless.

When it comes to crazy crust pizza, the sauce and the cheese must be added at the very end. This will give you a soft pizza crust without being soggy with a crispy bottom. Perfection, if you ask me 🙂

Whenever you crave a pizza and don’t want to mess around too much with preparation, you should try the crazy crust pizza. I promise you will not be disappointed. This gluten-free pizza may even become your new favourite! 


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Are you looking maybe for an appetizer or finger food for a sports event? This crazy crust pizza is perfect because you can cut it into small squares. And…who doesn’t love pizza?

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yes Kathy, milk has natural fats which crisp up the crust. Thank you for sharing, good to know.


Made this today as dairy free using Violife mozz and cheddar and turned out pretty good. Crust did not get crispy but could be the dairy free milk. Crisped it up by pan frying for a few minutes. Since got a very picky child w/ celiac (and dairy free) to eat a pizza I'm happy!


Terry, you can use a white sauce like the one we used in White Spinach Lasagna


I am allergic to tomatoes. Would this pizza work without the tomato sauce?


this pizza was a huge hit at our house and has become our Friday night treat.


the flaxseed is there for fiber and nutrition. It will still work without it, enjoy!

Amanda Treon

I have this on this week's menu rotation! So excited to try it. What does the flaxseed do for the batter? I added some to my grocery pickup but it was out of stock Will it still work if I omit?


sounds delicious!

Monica. H

I made this tonight for dinner and OMG - it was so good ! I added more Mushrooms instead of peperoni. We will make it again :-)


thank you Nancy, I am always here to help if you need it.

Nancy - the novice cook

LOVE this pizza dough, I made it for my family last night and it was the easiest gluten-free pizza I have ever made. I used different toppings, pretty much leftovers in my fridge. What a great way to feed your family with this budget friendly pizza. And they ALL loved it! Thank you, your recipes made my life so much easier :-)

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