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New favourite: Homemade Gluten-free Pizza

I made a fantastic pizza. Not too soggy, not too hard, not too small (why do GF companies think that coeliacs don’t want a normal-size pizza?) and perfect amount of crunch. Mmmmm. I used Isabel’s Pizza Base mix, which I have long been a fan of but have increasingly found difficult to source. Most of their high street stockists are located in the north of England (I was unreasonably excited when I found some in a little health food shop in the Lake District) but if like me you are in the South, you can now buy it online at Ocado, Asda and Amazon! The things I love about Isabel’s pizza bases are the stretchiness (how often have I seen ready made supermarket pizza bases that are already broken in the pack?), the great taste and texture, and the fact you can make your pizza(s) as big or small as you like. I find so many gluten-free pizza offerings bland and floury-tasting (and tiny!), but this is the real deal. Interestingly, Isabel uses a lot …