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Changes: I use 2.5 cups almond flour no eggs 3/4th cups egg whites 1/4 cup almond milk (unsweetened) 1 cup Parmessan cheese 2tbs garlic powder. Other than that I follow the recipe. I don't miss the real eggs and the almond milk adds some moisture. My favorite weekend morning breakfast no toppings needed eat fresh out of the oven but not bad toasted as a leftover.
I really like this crust for an almond flour based crust. I roll it out nice and thin use a very fine ground almond flour and bake it until it's golden. I also spread a bit of olive oil on the crust before I bake it which seemed to make it a little less dry. I also added truffle salt for extra flavor. It's definitely not like a typical flour based crust so if you are expecting that you may be disappointed.
It was very dry and didn't have a lot of flavor. I cook our pizza on a cast iron griddle so after I preheated I wiped olive oil on it then spread some cornmeal. This worked really good the crust didn't stick. I ended up just shaping the crust with my hands on the griddle. We are still looking for a good Paleo diet pizza crust recipe.
The crust did hold together really well. If I made it again I would roll it a little thinner and maybe put the parchment on a pizza stone by the second piece the crust tasted a little crumbly and thick. OK flavor though.
I liked the crust very much and so did my wife surprisingly because she is very picky with her food. It was a pizza sauce recipe I made that was rather strong in taste and just couldn't enjoy the pizza that I made with my own 2 hands. But I will make this crust again just change sauces-for sure. Debbie from Alabama
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