The bakers at Wholly Wholesome opted not to bother with traditional pizza dough. Instead, their first foray into Italian pies is certified gluten-free. In fact, Wholly Wholesome Gluten-Free Pizza Dough is vegan and “Produced in a Gluten, Wheat, Dairy, Egg, Soy, Nut & Casein Free Environment”.
We actually love my homemade gluten-free, dairy-free pizza crust recipe, so I have high standards for the store-bought versions. That said, Wholly Wholesome definitely delivered on flavor. We had three taste-testers and all agreed: scrumptious!
Wholly Wholesome Gluten-Free Pizza Dough and Crust are One in the Same
But like with the gluten-free pie shells, there were a couple of baking caveats. I followed the directions to top and then bake. It yielded a very under-cooked crust, even with a few extra minutes of baking time. I definitely recommend pre-baking the pizza dough, at least for 5 minutes. The parts that were exposed didn’t rise at all. If you roll it thin, expect it to stay that thin – though it may rise a touch more if pre-baked.
That said, it might be worth just picking up a Wholly Wholesome Gluten-Free Pizza Crust, which is their pizza dough pre-baked for you.
Gluten-Free Pizza Dough / Pizza Crusts
The ingredients for these two products are identical, one is just sold raw, the other baked.
Ingredients: water, white rice flour, potato starch, organic palm fruit shortening*, tapioca starch, cellulose fiber, yeast, psyllium husk powder, organic evaporated cane juice, golden flax seed, sea salt, guar gum.
Nutrition (per 1/8th dough): 110 calories, 2.5g fat, 22g carbs, 1g fiber, 1g sugars, 2g protein.*
The Facts on Gluten-Free Pizza Dough / Pizza Crusts
Price: $6.49 per two-pack of crusts; $7.69 per 16-ounce roll out dough
Availability: Wholly Wholesome Gluten-Free Pizza Dough and Crust are sold at Sprouts, The Fresh Market, select regions of Whole Foods, and other natural food stores.
Certifications: Wholly Wholesome Gluten-Free Pizza Dough and Crust are Certified Kosher Pareve and Certified Gluten Free.
Dietary Notes: By ingredients, Wholly Wholesome Gluten-Free Pizza Dough and Crust are are dairy-free / non-dairy, egg-free, gluten-free, nut-free, peanut-free, soy-free, vegan, and vegetarian.*
For More Product Information: Visit the Wholly Wholesome website at www.whollywholesome.com.
*Always read the ingredient and nutrition statement prior to consumption. Ingredients, processes, and labeling are subject to change at any time for any company or product. Contact the company to discuss their manufacturing processes if potential allergen cross-contamination is an issue for you. No food product can be guaranteed “safe” for every individual’s needs. You should never rely on ingredient and allergen statements alone if dealing with a severe food allergy.
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Excellent and have question that needs to be addressed asap
My family loves my pies, and even now I use Wholly gluten free and they still loves the pies. I don’t have luck rolling crust, but the crumble top is delicious.
I do have a question. Today is 6-5-22 and the thawed out pie dough untouched in plastic container in frig is 3 days old. Can I still use them? I couldn’t find phone no. to call.
Thank you. Maybe others had this experience
Response from Go Dairy Free
They have two phone numbers at the very bottom of their site which you can call -> https://www.whollywholesome.com/
If it was me, and I had thawed them in the refrigerator, I would assume they were fine if they looked fine. But if concerned, I would contact the company.
Amazing GF dough
If you are into pizza dough and into making great pizza, look no further. Great stuff here. I’ve had celiac since 1996 and most dough (unless you make it yourself) just doesn’t cut it. This is easy, and feels like dough, not to mention the taste- really good for thin crust pizza. I grew up in Utica Ny with pizzerias on every corner, this brings back the pizza at home.
Great taste, rise and bake could be better
The taste is delicious, but we bought the dough, and it just didn’t want to rise or bake through properly. I think I would try the pre-baked pizza crust if I need a gluten-free pizza crust again.