Homemade pizza night with the fam has been a long-standing tradition in this house.
When we had fewer kids at home I would grind wheat berries in a Nutrimill to make my own flour, make my own dough, let it rise, punch it down, and let it rise again. Then we’d top it with homegrown ingredients from our backyard.
It was something everyone appreciated it and looked forward to, but as the years have gone on my body does not tolerate wheat/gluten, and my schedule has gotten too busy to devote a whole day each week to prepping one meal.
So pizza has been either gluten-free from Casey’s (our local gas station and convenience store), Take and Bake from the grocery store, or non-existent. It’s mostly been non-existent.
I took a chance on some gluten-free tortillas and decided we’d use them as a pizza crust. Yum!
Side note: Store-bought gluten-free tortillas are ridiculously expensive, and I don’t do corn, so this was a treat for us. If you can tolerate regular tortillas, this could totally be something your kids that are old enough could make for themselves on these hot summer days, or as an after school snack.
After laying out a tortilla for each person, everyone picked their own toppings from what we had on hand and sprinkled a little cheese over the top.
They only needed to bake for just a few minutes in a 350-degree oven and they were ready.
What are your favorite pizza toppings?
Mine includes anything with barbeque sauce, sweet potatoes, or chicken. Thrive Market carries a delicious sugar-free BBQ sauce by Primal Kitchen that is my most favorite! Give the Golden BBQ sauce a try if you like a little spice. Yum!