Try the topping with a slice of bread or pita and toast it for a couple of minutes. Good snack or appetizer if you’re looking for small portion food. Alternatively, you can even use a sheet of pie crust.
I admit that I’m not much of a pizza person. I grew up with “enough” of them, but never was my favorite. What it comes down to is the pizza sauce I’m not good with and it’s not the pizza itself. I’m just picky. I’m also the type of person that would drive 10-15 miles to get a slice from a place I know of just because they have a fantastic Cesar Salad Pizza. Their crust is thin, crunchy, and the dressing is out of this world. I get this insane craving of having a good slice once in a while but I don’t have the luxury to take that drive as much as I used to.
So when I’ve had the pizza stuck on my mind most of the day, I was in on a good fight for making it gluten-free. I usually go for the Gluten-Free Girl’s Pizza crust (with some adjustments). Minor problem… I haven’t replaced all flours that I lost. When I googled “gluten free pizza crust recipe” for the sake of searching, there are about 1, 180,000 search results returned. Yes, over 1 million results. Ah, ok, I have time. (rolling eyes)