Gluten Free Pizza Dough

Our gluten-free dough balls get regular praise from our customers who appreciate the authentic crispy pizza base they produce and great flavour. The lack of gluten means you will never quite get the rise of regular pizza doughs, but nevertheless still a very enjoyable pizza. We believe that those with gluten intolerances, or coeliac disease, should still be able to enjoy real pizza, rather than cheesy cardboard!

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FAQs on our Gluten Free Pizza Dough

 

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Questions on Our Gluten Free Pizza Dough Answered!

Virtue is a great place to buy ready-made gluten-free pizza dough. We offer a 250g dough ball that makes a 10-12” pizza.

Gluten free pizza dough is a pizza dough that is suitable for those who suffer from coeliac disease, or who are gluten intolerant. Gluten-free pizza dough will be more like pastry dough to use, as there is no gluten to give it elasticity. It, therefore, requires a different technique to stretch and cook gluten-free pizza.

Virtue Gluten-free pizza dough is made predominantly from water and rice flour, a number of other ingredients, including sunflower oil to help bind it together and yeast. Our gluten-free dough does not contain any egg.

Virtue gluten-free pizza dough contains 39.0g of carbohydrate per 100g, so is unlikely to work for a Keto or other low-carb style diet.

No, Virtue Gluten-free pizza dough contains 39.0g of carbohydrate per 100g.

Yes, Virtue gluten-free dough is suitable for vegans.

Virtue gluten-free pizza dough has been called “the best” by some of our customers, with a nice texture and taste. It is much more fragile than regular pizza dough and therefore requires a different technique to stretch and cook.

Virtue gluten-free pizza dough will not really rise while proving but will puff up a little as it cooks.

Our gluten-free dough does not contain any egg

Our gluten-free dough has slightly higher calories than our wild sourdough, at 238 calories per 100g

Yes, our gluten-free dough contains regular yeast.