Did you know that Roberto’s Pizza Passion also offers Roberto’s Gluten-Free Pizza Crust that you can bake up yourself at home?
Some of us need to eat gluten-free, and this crust is not only gluten free, but contains only ingredients that you can pronounce and are familiar to you, such as rice flour, extra virgin olive oil, sea salt, raw sugar, yeast and filtered water.
Find out about this product on this webisode of What I Say About Food:
This frozen crust comes sealed in a package with a baking tray included, and should remain frozen until ready to assemble the pizza. Coat top & bottom with olive oil before topping it with your favorite pizza toppings.
You will want to bake up your topped pizza crust at 550 degrees F for 10 – 12 min, up to 14 or 15 min, if necessary to get golden crust & your cheese is melted & bubbly.
The crust bakes up crispy, even on the bottom and is flavorful.
You can pick up these frozen, gluten-free pizza crusts at:
- Roberto’s Pizza Passion, 22 Facer St., St. Catharines, Ontario
You could also have them delivered to your home when you order a pizza.
Check them out online:
Be sure to check out my recipes with these gluten-free crusts:
- Wild Asparagus & Sausage Pizza with Roberto’s Gluten-Free Crust
- Meatball, Broccoli & Enoki Mushroom Pizza with Roberto’s Gluten-Free Crust
- Salami, Zucchini & Tomato Pizza with Roberto’s Gluten-Free Crust
You’ll see how you can use your favorite ingredients to make a specialty pizza at home.
Not only does Roberto’s have Gluten-Free Pizza Crust, but they also have a Roberto’s Whole Wheat Pizza Dough that’s available in store & at Harvest Barn Country Markets in Southern Ontario, and is really delicious too.
- How to Bake Wild Asparagus & Sausage Pizza with Roberto’s Gluten-Free Pizza Crust + Video
- How to Bake Salami, Zucchini & Tomato Pizza with Roberto’s Gluten-Free Crust + Video
- How to Bake Meatball, Broccoli & Enoki Mushroom Pizza with Roberto’s Gluten-Free Crust + Video
- Web Chef Review: Roberto’s Pizza Passion Hand-Tossed Deluxe Pizza
- Web Chef Review: Roberto’s Pizzeria Whole Wheat Pizza Dough