Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Paleo Pizza


Paleo Pizza - something I didn't believe in, something that seemed fictional. Is it possible to make a tasty, soft pizza "dough" that is crunchy at the end with any topping I like? Yes, it is more than possible. This is my first Paleo Pizza recipe but there's more comming. 
Pizza nights at our house are now on!



19 comments:

  1. would it be possible to bake this at other temperatures? i don't have an oven but will soon be building a solar oven.

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    1. What other temperature do you mean? I think it would dry out at lower temperature and burn on higher one.

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  2. This looks awesome!! I love PIZZA...I tried to find the homemade tomato paste..do you have a recipe by chance?

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    1. I use store bough good quality, labeled as "gluten-free". However at the end of every summer I make my own this way: washing, and chopping the tomatoes to small sizes and cooking them in a big pan on medium-high heat until they soften. It can take 1-2 hours depending on the quantity. Then I just place them in jars and that's all.

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    1. Thank you very much Kathy, I am definitely going to check it out!

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  5. This looks GREAT. I might just have to make it tomorrow for lunch! or breakfast... tried your coconut bread today... thank you it hit the spot.

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  6. I see the pizza calls for and, in the photos, shows cheese which isn't Paleo nor Dairy-free. Did you use a substitute for cheese in your recipe?

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    1. http://paleohacks.com/questions/153274/are-there-cheese-that-should-be-avoided-in-paleo

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  7. This looks great can't wait to try it.

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  8. How many servings is this?

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  10. This looks amazing. I was wondering if there were any alternatives to almonds? I have an allergy to almonds and all of your recipes look like something I want to try. I am still looking for alternatives to almonds, if you have any suggestions that would be paleo friendly I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you so much for posting all these beautiful recipes!

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  11. Pizza looks gorgeous and perfect. Very professional touch!

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  12. I am a little confused... the recipe says baking powder / bicarbonate of soda... should I add some of each? Or just baking powder (which contains some soda)?

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  13. Made it tonight in Wrangell, AK...A big hit. We have a little market that is open once a week, when the ferry comes is and brings them organic produce...Makes you appreciate.. Thanks for Paleo Pizza

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  14. Yes, it is more than possible. This is my first Paleo Pizza recipe but there's more comming. Paleo Diet

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