How to Make the Best Paleo Pizza Crust Ever

If you’re trying to eat Paleo, gluten-free or grain-free, there’s one thing that you’ll miss right away.

Pizza.

The fact is that most recipes for grain-free or gluten-free pizza produce hard, crumbly (or off-tasting) crusts that behave nothing like the real deal.

And that’s why I’m so excited to share THIS recipe. Because it’s nothing like those others!

Are you tired of gluten free or grain-free pizza crusts that don’t taste like real pizza? You’ve got to try this recipe! You want flexible crusts that you can pick up with your hands? You got it. How about a crust that is chewy yet crunchy--one that actually reminds you that yes, you're eating pizza? It's all right here! Discover the top secret techniques to making it (including a video) here!

You want flexible crusts that you can pick up with your hands? You got it.

How about a crust that is chewy yet crunchy-one that actually reminds you that yes, you’re eating pizza? It’s all right here!

This crust is super versatile too. We’ve even used it to make calzones!

Why does this crust turn out differently? There’s some top secret techniques to making it, plus a few unexpected ingredients.

True, it’s far from the traditional Italian way, but it’s the key behind the real-crust-texture of this pizza crust.

Ready to discover these secrets and have REAL pizza crust again? Let’s go!

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About the Author

As a wife and mom to four passionate kids, Alicia Michelle loves encouraging women, married couples and families with practical tips for growing closer to God during holidays like Easter, Christmas and Thanksgiving. Alicia is the owner/editor of both ChristCenteredHolidays.com and YourVibrantFamily.com; the author of Plan to Be Flexible, The Back to School Survival Manual; and the creator/producer of the "7 Days to a Less Angry Mom Online Video Course,", Christ-Centered Christmas Resources and My Memory Box Organizing System. In addition, she is a monthly contributor for several popular family blogs, including Crosswalk.com. Follow her on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest.

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