If you’re craving an thick-style almond flour pizza crust, or focaccia or flat bread that has some crunch and chew to it, you’ll like this. It’s a bit different than the thin pizza crust recipe.
My first recipe for pizza using almond flour resulted in thin crust pizza, which isn’t widely received in my house. I like it, but I’m alone on this one. Then there is the deep dish pizza recipe, which is great, but can be very gooey and can get soggy. There are techniques to prevent the crust from getting soggy – it just takes extra time and effort. It’s almost like a pizza casserole.
The good news about this cheese bread pizza crust is that the bottom gets crunchy too! So it’s an all-around crunchy win, and was received much more favorably here than the other pizza crust recipes that use almond flour.
You can serve these hot with toppings, and save them in the fridge for a few days. I haven’t tried freezing them yet, but they’re easy to reheat out of the refrigerator. My favorite topping is pesto, tomato sauce, goat cheese, and a bit of shredded cheese to top it off.