Take your pizza night to the next level with this gluten free Socca Pizza recipe! Customizable, nutritious, and better than anything you’ll find at the store, it starts with a chickpea flour socca base and comes together with all your favorite toppings for a quick dinner no one can resist!
Why You’ll Love This Socca Pizza
Just when you thought pizza couldn’t get any better, we’re bringing you this gluten free socca pizza recipe! Made with our basic socca flatbread, there are endless reasons to love this recipe. So, we’ll just name a few!
- It’s simple to make and bakes in just 20 minutes.
- Completely gluten free, it’s easy to adjust to suit all your dietary needs.
- Loaded up with nutritious toppings and full of fiber, it’s better for you than any takeout or store-bought pizza.
- You can use our socca recipe to make a gluten free pizza crust in bulk and bring new meaning to frozen pizza!
How to Make Gluten Free Socca Pizza
Once you realize how easy (and delicious) gluten free socca pizza is to make at home, you’ll never go back to pre-made varieties again!
- Form the Batter. Whisk the socca ingredients together in a large bowl. Then, let the mixture sit at room temperature.
- Heat the Skillet. Preheat your oven’s broiler, and place a 10-inch cast iron skillet or ovenproof skillet on the center rack. Once warm, remove the skillet, and increase the temperature of the oven. Pour oil into the skillet, swirling it around to coat the pan, and pour in the socca batter.
- Bake. Place the dough in the oven until it is golden and fluffy.
- Add Your Toppings. Spread your favorite toppings on your pizza dough, and place it back in the oven until the cheese has melted (is using) and the socca crust is golden and crisp.
- Garnish and Serve. Add a sprinkle of garnishes, and let the socca pizza cool slightly. Then, slice, and enjoy!
Make Ahead and Storage Options
If you’re feeling ambitious, double or triple your socca pizza to enjoy now and save for later!
Refrigerator: Once baked and fully cooled, individual slices can be placed in an airtight container and stored in the fridge for 3-4 days.
Freezer: Prepare your crust in advance by following the instructions, baking the curst completely but leaving off the toppings. Then, wrap your socca crust in foil, and store it in the freezer for up to 3 months.
To Reheat: When you’re ready to eat, heat your pizza thawed or frozen. SImply warm leftover slices in the microwave, oven, or even air fryer! Or, add your favorite toppings to your crust, and pop it in the oven. If you’re baking from frozen, you’ll likely need to add a few extra minutes to ensure it is thawed completely and heated through.
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