Ok, ok, we talk A LOT about pizza here at glutenfreerichmond.com but really, demand dictates content so we’ll keep reviewing them and you keep commenting!
I want to start by saying that I am a big, big fan of Whole Foods. I only wish they had a location closer to the city so I don’t feel like I have to reserve a morning out just to go to the grocery store. Anyway, while I was there on my last shopping extravaganza, I picked up a pack of their Whole Foods Gluten Free Bakehouse Pizza Crusts thinking it would be a quick option to have GF pizza when we make a spur of the moment decision for pizza delivery. I was a little skeptical because I am not a fan of frozen foods to begin with, especially frozen baked goods. And, I loathe the microwave so, needless to say, I was not really building this one up from the get go. But! I was pleasantly surprised with the texture even after defrosting in the microwave! The crusts are relatively thick and the texture has a good about of ‘chew’ without being tough. I really liked the sweetness of the dough, which I think comes from their use of sorghum flour and white bean flour rather than just a straight up brown rice flour. Since they are precooked, you simply defrost them (if you have more time, just do it in the refrigerator), add your favorite toppings and pile on the cheese. They bake up as quickly as the cheese melts and the crust warms through! One last note…the crust even passes the leftover, cold breakfast test!