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AiPeazy // Pizza Crust Mix 10.3 oz

8 reviews Write a Review
$8.99
Ingredients: Tapioca Flour, Organic Ground Tigernuts, Organic Coconut Flour, Baking Soda, Cream of Tartar, Himalayan Pink Salt View full description

Description

 

Formally Known as ROOTS Flatbread Pizza Crust Mix

New Name, Same Great Product!

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This allergen friendly tigernut, tapioca and coconut blend pizza crust mix makes two 11" pizzas.  It's EASY!  Just add water.

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More Product Information:

  • Manufactured in a dedicated gluten-free facility on shared equipment that uses tree nuts.

Extra Information

Brand:
AiPeazy
Weight:
12.00 Ounces

Warranty Information

Best By: September 4, 2021

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8 Reviews

  • Posted by Bee W on Aug 27th 2020

    5

    Thrilled this is AIP!

    Made this for my daughter and I. Texture is chewy like traditional gluten crust and filling. I plan to make buns for the next package. Really great and versatile! Just remember if you want seasoning to add to the mix before baking...we forgot! Makes a soft crust that holds up to toppings and you can pick it up. Definitely worth buying and making..really easy to make!

  • Posted by Julie on Jul 14th 2020

    5

    Enjoyed!

    I really enjoyed having pizza again! I topped it with AIP BBQ sauce, chopped red onion, diced grilled chicken, and diced AIP bacon.

  • Posted by Meg H on Jun 5th 2020

    4

    AiPeazy Pizza Crust Mix

    It has been many, many years since I have had pizza. When I used the AiPeazy Pizza Crust Mix, both my husband and myself were thrilled. I used No Mato sauce and browned some ground pork. Then I sautéed mushrooms, onions, zucchini and spinach and added them to the pizza with some nutritional yeast for a little cheesy flavor. Yum, yum, yum. I didn't give it a 5 because there is a learning curve for figuring out how to work with the dough, but it's worth it! I buy this product regularly.

  • Posted by Katie on Nov 23rd 2019

    5

    Pizza is Back!!!

    Even if I choose to allow a treat of gluten and dairy, I cannot choose to have nightshades (tomato, peppers, etc.) This means eating at a pizza shop is just out of the question, forever. So if I'm going to make pizza at home, I might as well stick with an AIP version and not risk the rest of the junk, right? This is the very first pizza crust, recipe or mix, that has worked for me. I followed the directions exactly. I did line my cookie sheet with parchment paper, and I had no issues with the crust sticking to the pan. I did take an extra step, and simmer the jarred tomato sauce on the stove for a bit so that it was thicker and less watery. This may have improved the overall pizza significantly, since there was less chance it would make the crust soggy. I cooked the crust first, then added sauce and cooked until it looked "done" . Because of a regional pizza style, I added cold cheese (real dairy cheese for my occasional splurge) to the hot pizza, cut in, and took a bite. It was most certainly the closest thing I'd had to pizza in two+ years! Since my first go-round, I've learned that I can divide the crust into smaller portions using my kitchen scale, because it doesn't re-heat perfectly. Fine, but not perfectly. I also added a Chomps Italian Style Beef stick, chopped, for some pepperoni flavor (available here!) I did learn that these need to be rolled out pretty thinly. Too thick, and it's just doughy in the middle. Using a small cookie sheet allowed me to just take the dough to the edges of the pan, making for a crispy crust all the way through!

  • Posted by Sue on Nov 19th 2019

    4

    Pizza Made Easy!

    I admittedly never make my own pizza because having to make the crust from scratch is a pain, so I decided to try this mix and was glad that I did. It's not perfect, but it was so nice to have a pizza. I wished that there were measurements to divide it up to make only 1 pizza at a time, rather than the 2 the mix makes. I'm cooking for 1, and although I did make the 2 pizzas, I found they did not reheat as well as I would like as the crust got a bit soggy. Would definitely prefer to make it fresh another time. I found the dough a bit sticky to work with and get flat on the pan. I had to keep wetting my hands to make it work, and it wasn't even close to being round - ended up being a misshapen mess. Didn't make it taste any different, but I could not get a neat looking pizza. I was pleased that the crust held up and wasn't soggy (the first time I made it). However, I had an issue when I ate half of one pizza and let the rest sit for awhile. The sauce and oil I used did end up soaking through the pizza dough a bit after sitting for an hour, and it became like glue - the crust just did not want to come up off the baking pan! I had to use a knife to stab at it to get it loose on the edges, and then the rest came up. This did not happen fresh out of the oven, but only after it sat for awhile. It's not something I'd make all the time, but it tastes good and I did repurchase it. Looking forward to playing with it.

  • Posted by Morgan on Nov 13th 2019

    5

    Great product

    I recently started AIP and was struggling with finding something to fill me up. This product was amazing! It's my go-to product now.

  • Posted by PM in Berkeley on Oct 27th 2019

    5

    My new fave!

    This is my new favorite Shop AIP product! I made this as a single pizza crust (rather than splitting in two like the package recommends), and put Paleo on the Go pizza sauce on top, with mushrooms and ground pork/mushroom/onion that I had made the night before, plus basil leaves. It was so beyond delicious! I haven’t had pizza in years and finally felt like I was having ‘normal’ food again from my old life. Even my husband liked it. Next time I will experiment with a nutritional yeast garlicky ‘cheese’ sauce. Hooray for new AIP options!

  • Posted by Cheryl on Oct 12th 2019

    4

    Flatbread Pizza Crust Mix

    This was very good. My husband and I both enjoyed. Very simple to mix up and it turned out nice & crispy.