I’m a big fan of pizza. With the exception of tacos, it’s probably my favorite because it can be made so many different ways and changed to fit the season (hello caramelized onion and sweet potatoes.) But making homemade vegan gluten free crust is a lot of work. Buying it at a pizza place is expensive. For so long there was nothing in between. Enter Trader Joe’s Gluten Free Pizza crusts. It’s not the best crust I’ve ever had, but it makes up for that in price and convenience.
Product: Trader Joe’s Gluten Free Pizza Crust
- Thaw, top, bake. It’s super easy.
- It’s inexpensive. $3.69 for two crusts
- I don’t have to make homemade crust or leave home for a pizza
- It’s relatively sturdy while still being soft.
- Gluten free, no soy ingredients
- If I were reviewing strictly for gluten free folks, I might grade it a little higher. While it’s really good for gluten free crust, I think you can tell that it’s gluten free. I like things to be gluten free without knowing it.
- It’s got a coating of flour on it and has a little chalkiness on the outside.
- Sometimes it’s cracked. But, that didn’t really cause a problem, I just cut it a little less than evenly
Here’s my latest pizza with a little too much Daiya. I also got a yummy jarred pizza sauce at TJ’s while picking up the crust.