Need a quick and simple swap for regular pizzas? These easy homemade grain-free mini pizzas are for you! They’re paleo, keto, low-carb, and GAPS-friendly.
A family tradition.
Way back when my husband and I instituted our family movie with pizza nights, I was unaware of my family’s history with gluten-intolerance. Since finding out I couldn’t have gluten I’ve been through the ropes of making whole wheat pizza for everyone else and a gluten-free one for myself. But since going on the GAPS diet I’ve needed something grain-free, yeast free, and dairy-free.
So now, while my family chows down on their sourdough crusts (you can find a sourdough starter here) I can enjoy these delicious little grain-free mini pizzas all to myself!
Grain-free mini pizzas.
They’re incredibly easy to whip up, and only take a few ingredients. I like to top them with homemade sauce, fresh basil, and goat cheese from local farmer. Of course, if you don’t have a problem with conventional cheese, then use mozzarella, parmesan, or cheddar! Don’t let me hold you back. But do let me persuade you to try basil and goat cheese… it’s delicious. 😉
CLICK HERE FOR THE RECIPE!
Pin these Grain-Free Mini Pizzas for later!
Looking for more grain-free dinner ideas? Check these out!
Spaghetti Squash Pizza Casserole
Easy Gluten-Free Egg & Potato Breakfast Muffins
Summer Squash Zoodles with Chicken Sausage Alfredo
I shared this one on FB! Just a great recipe — whether one is eating ‘grain-free’ or not!
Thanks for your super ideas, as always! xo
Thank you so much, Carol! 🙂
Thanks for sharing this. Mini pizzas are such a great idea for our family – with four kids, we have four different palates! 😉 I know each one would love personalizing their own.
Glad to share, Danielle! My kids love decorating pizzas, too. 🙂
Great recipe and I love those eager little hands reaching in there!
Haha! Yes, they’re quite eager. 😉
These are so cute and simple! I can’t wait to try them out!
Thank you! I hope you enjoy them!
I’m so happy that you’re able to eat more than broth and meat! I love you. May the Lord continue to work healing in your gut!
Thank you, Love! 🙂