Gluten Free Homemade Pizza Bowls! These Easy homemade Pizza Bowls are a super fun way to share and customize pizza. Just fill it with all your favorite gourmet pizza toppings! Caramelized onion, goat cheese, spinach, and more! Then scoop with gluten free pizza crust. Simple, healthy, and delicious!!
And Udis Gluten Free BOWLS Recipes week continues… dun dun nah nah… Gluten free homemade pizza bowls! Yes friends, that would be a bowl of gourmet pizza toppings and a gluten free pizza crust with tomato and garlic for the “scooper.” In other words, your new favorite healthy-ish comfort food savory bowl !
Here’s the truth though. You see, I’m a little picky when it comes to pizza. And I mean picky as in, I pick around, add too, or arrange my toppings. Usually when we buy a gluten free pizza or order one, the topping are either skimpy or just not evenly spread about. Yes, I am picky and OCD.. Haha. But it’s all about the balance of flavors. The only way you can really do that is making it homemade pizza. Right? A little extra goat cheese here or there never hurt. Or maybe you like caramelized onions and extra garlic (with a side of breath mints).
Yes, EVERYONE has their own way. Which is why I thought we ALL need these homemade pizza bowls in our life. You can literally PICK how much of a topping you want of each, where to place it on your pizza crust, and then repeat. Scoop and serve!
Are you excited yet? I hope so. Keep reading. Keep listening. It gets better.
In this specific homemade pizza bowl we have 4 gourmet toppings. 2 I love a lot. 2 the Kiwi loves a lot. We both Like it all. If that makes sense?
You got your goat cheese fans (ME ME ME), and your caramelized onion fans (Kiwi cotter favorite for sure), especially when those onions start to cook and brown.. oh my!
Then we have crumbled chicken sausage and spinach, which we both like equally. But combine that with your goat cheese and caramelized onion and you have what I like to call a FLAVOR BOMB! Or just plain melt in your mouth good!
See where I’m going with this?
The whole point of making homemade pizza bowls is to customize and share! You make all your favorite gourmet toppings. Arrange them in one big bowl or several small bows. Toast your pizza crust, then SCOOP up HOWEVER much topping you want to each.
You can go heavy on the cheese with one scoop, spinach on the next, or heavy on the caramelized onions with every slice and scoop.
No more skimpy toppings ya’ll! And no more trying to arrange the pizza crust so that everyone has like one slice they like. Nope, you can make it BOWL style and save yourself some energy.
Another reason I am really diggin (or scoopin, haha) these pizza bowls is that they require little work.
Picture this… because it really did happen to us. You walk in from a VERY long day, and waiting hours at an appointment, only to realize it’s 8pm. WHAT?!?! How so? MUST MAKE DINNER ASAP!
Chop chop, sauté sauté , then TOAST (yes I said toast, like in toaster oven), your naked sliced pizza crusts. 10 minutes later you have pizza bowls. And for me, a glass of wine to go with it. That’s how simple it is! Udis Gluten Free pizza crust are super quick to cut, slice, and toast/bake. I adore the thin crust and flavor. It tastes almost like a sourdough and crispy french bread crust combined. Best of both worlds if you ask me.
Non-gmo, dairy free, nut free… but not addicting free (Sorry).
Yep –> Easy clean up. Tapas style dinner. Kid friendly. And one happy healthy satisfying feeling.
You get that right? Scoop it up friends!
Okay, enough scoop talk. Let me share this BOWL of goodness! And I gave you a quick version recipe for caramelizing onions! It’s my go to recipe for caramelizing onions and other veggies! SOOO GOOD!
And speaking of healthy satisfying …
Check out what Taylor from Food Faith Fitness is sharing today! Another MUST MAKE healthy comfort bowl recipe. All with Udis gluten free! You’re gonna love it.
I have a feeling these homemade pizza bowls are the next big ONE-BOWL wonder! A recipe that will totally “bowl” you over. Haha, sorry, had to go there.
Alright folks, day two of bowl recipes done!
Favorite type of homemade pizza? What toppings would you put in your pizza bowl?
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Udi’s Gluten Free. The opinions and text are all mine.