5 Pizza's To Make Right Now with Whole Note Gluten Free Pizza Flour

If you are a pizza artist or want to try making better-for-you pizza on your own instead of ordering out, Whole Note pizza crust baking mix makes it a breeze. This mix uses seven healthy whole grains instead of refined wheat flour, is gluten free, and is easy to make.

Simply combine the ingredients with water that's between 100deg and 110deg F, spread the dough, let it rise for 15 minutes and partially bake at 350deg for 12 minutes. Pull it out of the oven, add the ingredients and bake for another 10 minutes and enjoy.

 Partially baked Whole Note pizza crust ready for toppings.

Partially baked Whole Note pizza crust ready for toppings.

Here are five pizzas that we love to make.

 The Mediterranean

The Mediterranean

This pizza is perfect if you enjoy the Mediterranean diet. It has sun dried tomatoes, onion, feta cheese, arugula, and yams. Light and big on flavor.

 The Austin

The Austin

The Austin pizza combines cooked chicken (which can be BBQ as well) with lots of mushrooms and cheese. Chow down!

 The Antipasto

The Antipasto

The Antipasto pizza is for lovers of Italian gourmet antipasto which includes olives, marinated artichoke heart, fresh onions, and roasted red bell peppers. Add prosciutto for more protein. Ciao!

 The Garden Delight

The Garden Delight

The Garden Delight pizza has the entire garden on it including summer squash, onions, olives, tomatoes, fresh bell peppers, and more. Try pineapple, too. To your health!

 The Spicy BBQ

The Spicy BBQ

The BBQ has tempeh which was cooked in a frying pan with BBQ sauce. We used The OKB sauce which is low in sodium and sugar (on Treatmo). Add jalapeño and onion and you have a nice savory pizza.

You can order Whole Note pizza crust baking mix on Treatmo with a couple taps for delivery to your home or office.

 Whole Note baking mixes are $6 on Treatmo.

Whole Note baking mixes are $6 on Treatmo.

Goes Well with Jar Goods Tomato Sauce

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