I'm a huge fan of Against the Grain Pizza (and bagels, and baguettes), especially their pesto pizza. And while they do offer a plain crust you can use to create your own custom pizza, sometimes I want to make a pizza from scratch.
When I'm in the mood to start from scratch (or from a mix, actually) I reach for chebe brand pizza crust mix.
I like to prepare the mix as directed on the package and then flatten it out on a piece of parchment paper while I heat up my pizza stone on the bottom rack of the oven. I add everything to the pizza, then slide it, and the parchment paper, onto the hot stone. I used to have a pizza peal I used for this, but now I use a rimless baking sheet, which works just as well. Using this method, the pizza only takes about 10 minutes to bake and the crust comes out nice and crispy.
Do you ahve a favorite gluten free pizza? We are always looking for new pizza options!