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Stephanie Anderson

I just made the gluten free pizza crust tonight. I have been gluten free for about 8 months and have really missed a good pizza crust. I have to say this was easy to make and delicious. I will be making it again soon. Thanks for the great recipe!

Christine

The only thing I remotely miss with my paleo diet is nachos. I would love a good alternative to nachos minus the corn chips and all the dairy. That would be great!!

R. McQueen

I would like to see a pizza recipe that is gluten free almond flour free dairy free and still tastes great. I love pizza but can not have dairy and most recipes use almond flour and I have allergies to almonds as well and well forget the cheese cant do that either. I have tried an alternative crust and it was awful and no taste at all. Also can't do tomatoes as too acidic. What do you suggest?

Chef Rachel

Hi R. McQueen

You can make the recipe I posted using sunflower seed meal (powder raw sunflower seeds in a blender, vita mix, or food processor, slowly pulsing until finely ground).

You can top the pizza with the caramelized onions, sausage and black olives or chicken chunks with chopped, toasted walnuts.

Another favorite is to top the pizza with my dairy free paleo pesto (recipe on the blog here: http://www.thehealthycookingcoach.com/2011/01/paleo-primal-pesto-with-mint-parsley-.html), then put artichoke hearts, sliced black olives, and pine nuts or shrimp or pepperoni or serve chicken on the side.

I hope you try these ideas. I appreciate you posting your comment and encourage you to post more times so you get more entries in the drawing. I'll be doing a drawing almost every week and would love to have you continue to follow my blog.

Sincerely,
Chef Rachel

Chef Rachel

Hi R. McQueen

I also have a recipe for Chebe Focaccia that I love. It's like pizza and you can add so many great toppings. I still love the tender onion slices with olives or chopped walnuts and sausage (or goat cheese). Sometimes I do only the onions and herbs and olives for a side with soup, stew, or eggs and veggies.

Here are two links to recipes & info on my blog. Note that I modify the direction on the package (see focaccia post)to get a better texture.

http://www.thehealthycookingcoach.com/2009/10/chebe-pizza-on-the-gowow-last-week-i-had-a-fantastic-grain-free-gluten-free-pizza-i-didnt-go-out-to-eat-i-made-the-piz.html

http://www.thehealthycookingcoach.com/2010/12/a-week-and-a-half-ago-i-got-together-with-my-friend-chef-amy-to-make-and-can-cranberry-apricot-chutney-for-holiday-gift-giv.html

Enjoy!

Chef Rachel

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