Wholly Wholesome Pizza Dough

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Author: antiwheatgirl

I’m wrapping up Celiac Awareness Month with one more review! Now, I used to be a big cooking and baking person but med school has really taken up all of my time and energy to do that kind of stuff. But when Wholly Wholesome offered to send me some samples to try, I mustered up as much energy as I possibly could and made some yummy stuff!

I looked around a bunch of their products and found this frozen pizza dough at Mom’s Organic Market. I have never made pizza before and was sort of intimated by the thought of it, but decided to give it a shot.

The first thing I noticed was how allergen friendly this pizza dough is! Wheat free, dairy free, casein free, egg free, soy free, peanut free, tree nut free and sesame free!!! SO FREE!!! Made in a dedicated gluten free facility and everything! And surprisingly, the dough itself was not that crumbly and pretty easy to work with. You can defrost it in the fridge a day in advance or at room temp for 3 hours. 

I was still feeling a little apprehensive to make a whole pizza, so I saw that they had some other recipe ideas on their website (see HERE) and decided to split the dough in half and make the garlic knots and the deep dish pizza bites. I took some liberties with the pizza bites because I’m vegetarian so I just used pizza sauce, mozzarella, and parmesan to fill them. 

They both came out SO well and it was SO easy!!! I really didn’t expect the process to go as quickly or as smoothly as it did. But like…look at these delicious bites!

I was really impressed with how soft and chewy the dough became in the garlic knots. I haven’t had a garlic knot in maybe…13 years? and it was just as good as I remembered. And the pizza bites? The dough held up SO WELL. It didn’t crumble apart or crack at all. It made perfect little muffin sized bites! I mayyyyy have finished all them in one sitting.

Now usually, I’m the person who will make some elaborate delicious thing once and then decide it’s too much work and never do it again. But these were actually really easy to make and were so good, so Wholly Wholesome has definitely made a repeat customer out of me! So thanks again to them for letting me try their products out! 

Anyone else ever tried Wholly Wholesome products? Check out their website HERE!

Author: antiwheatgirl

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