How to Make Paleo Pizza Crust from Almond Flour

 

This pizza crust recipe from my first book, The Gluten-Free Almond Flour Cookbook is a fan favorite! Made with an almond flour base, and only 4 other ingredients, you can whip it up in no time flat. If you’ve gone on a grain-free diet and have cravings for traditional foods, you’ll want to know how to make Paleo Pizza Crust from Almond Flour!

This recipe for this Pizza Crust is on page 82 of The Gluten-Free Almond Flour Cookbook. If you don’t yet have a copy of this ground breaking book, you’ll want to grab one. I wrote this incredible cookbook in 2008, and its phenomenal recipes set the standard for low-carb, gluten-free cooking and baking with almond flour.

In the video below by Jen Springer you’ll learn how to make gluten-free pizza crust using almond flour! Jen says:

I’m using the recipe from The Gluten-Free Almond Flour Cookbook by Elana Amsterdam who has the most amazing and simple recipes that you can possibly use for anything from cupcakes, to big cakes, to savory items! This recipe is very simple. You can do it from scratch in no time at all!

Jen dishes out common sense tips on how to handle almond flour and shares her secret ingredients for my recipe that you’ll love.

I hope you enjoyed learning how to make Paleo Pizza Crust from almond flour. Here are some other easy paleo dinner recipes from The Gluten-Free Almond Flour Cookbook that you’ll love!

  • Eggplant Parmesan
  • Chicken Pot Pie
  • Asparagus Quiche

Comments

109 responses to “How to Make Paleo Pizza Crust from Almond Flour”

  1. I made this pizza dough last night and my family and friends loved it! Thanks for such a great recipe. We will definitely make Again!!

  2. Forgive me if this question was asked before. I have your Almond Flour cookbook and want to make Pizza crusts. Can your pizza crust be made ahead and frozen then add the toppings and bake? Would it have to be thawed or would you just top it frozen and bake it? Baking times the same?

    Thanks so much for the book and in advance for the answer!!!!

    • Mary Ann, thanks so much for your comment and I’m so happy to hear you are enjoying my book! I haven’t frozen this crust so not sure how that would work :-)

  3. Just a request for those of us who do not like watching videos and greatly prefer reading recipes, would you please include a written list and instructions? Thank you so much.

    • Hi Susan, thanks for your comment! Unfortunately, I am not allowed to post recipes from my books unless the publisher grants a permission, and I do not have one for this recipe. If you’d like to get the written recipe for Pizza Crust feel free to grab a copy of The Gluten-Free Almond Flour Cookbook.

    • H, Susan: I simply paused the video after each step and ingredient and used Word to take down the recipe and directions.

  4. I tried this last week and loved it! I sent some to my son in TX and it travel very well and was still moist inside after 2 days. It is filling and satisfying. Again I loved it. I had sesame seeds but chose hemp and used raw pumpkin seeds for pistachio (I was out). Wonderful, wonderful!

  5. Jen did a good job.I like watching a “how to” video, then go to the recipe. It makes it easier and faster. Thank you Elana for sharing your recipes. They have revolutionized my cooking. We don’t have any illnesses. I just want to cook healthier.

    • Elizabeth, thanks for your comment! I’m thrilled to hear that my recipes have revolutionized your cooking :-)

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