I have tried many grain-free and gluten-free pizza crust recipes, but none of them quite measured up. Either they were too eggy, too fragile, or too crumbly and dry. This grain-free pizza crust has an excellent texture though. It is springy, soft, holds up to toppings, can be thin-ish or thick, and when cooked on a pizza stone, it is crispy on the bottom. The taste is great as well, especially with the added herbs. Most people would not know that it isn’t made with white flour.
The batter is versatile and would be a wonderful base for a breakfast strata, made into rounds for a flatbread to sandwich just about anything, or poured on top of veggies to make pot pies or other quick casseroles. I imagine you could also sweeten the batter a bit and top a cobbler that way. Hope you enjoy!