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Suggestions for tasty gluten-free pizza crusts?

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I recently tried the Kinnikinnick frozen pizza crusts.. but the crust is too sweet for my taste. Can anyone recommend another prepared pizza crust?
Thanks!

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  1. I don't know what it's called, but it's usually in the bread section.

    It's a large (pizza sized) rice crust that's freshly made and in a clear plastic packaging. Small square sized sticker on the front. Can't recall the name. I like it for our gluten-free pizzas. I've seen it at health food stores.

    1. You should try Udi's pizza crust.

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      1. re: tomatoforlife

        I second that. Udi's is my favourite brand for any GF bread/pizza products when I am too lazy to make my own. That Kinnikinnick crust is really quite bad. Yuck.

      2. I loved the 2 pack rice shells I bought from el peto.
        They were at a celiac show here in Windsor.
        They are in some stores but all deliver.

        1. I've been on a GF diet for 30 years and tried pretty much all products out there. Recently found the BEST pizza dough....made by O'doughs. Was bought at longos in Mississauga but sure u can find other places in the GTA. Sells in a 4 pack with sauce. Tastes like the real deal!!!

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          1. re: maplesyrup993

            Thanks for the suggestions! I tried the Glutino pizza dough - first time not so good, realized I need to bake the pizza for almost 25 minutes in order for the dough not to be soggy. It is better than the Kinnikinnick! Now to find El Peto, O'Doughs and Udi's - lots of pizza trials in my future!

            1. re: maplesyrup993

              will try to find this. i like o'doughs flax bread.

              i'm not a celiac so i can be less strict than many of you, but gluten seems to make my face break out badly, into that of a teenager's again. :(

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