Multi-Use Cheese Dough


My granddaughter often has pizza at preschool or birthday parties. I make individual pizza crusts, and store them in the freezer. It’s so easy to take one with her, to provide her with a gluten-free pizza crust! For snacks I make crackers from the same dough. To make these I use

Larraine’s Multi-Use Cheese Dough

This dough also makes delicious drop biscuits.

When I make individual pizza crusts, I use a small flat bowl (about 3″ to 4″) sprayed with canola oil. I shape the dough into crusts creating a small raised edge on the outside. I use a knife to loosen and then place pizza crusts on pan. I then sprinkle crusts with Italian seasoning and bake.

For crackers I use wax paper sprayed with canola oil. I roll out the dough about 1/4 inch thick. I use a knife to cut squares or cookie cutters, place on sheet and add garlic powder and Italian seasoning. I use a fork to lightly press a scalloped edge.

When I make drop biscuits, I add a little milk to make the dough wetter. I drop the dough with a spoon or with my hands and bake. They are so delicious with real butter!

Want some FUN? Use one batch to make all three: I make three pizza crusts, six drop bisquits and about 16 crackers with one recipe. This is an EASY one – give it a try!

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Comments on Multi-Use Cheese Dough

October 6, 2008

Susie @ 7:37 am #

What a great idea! Make one recipe and create three gluten-free foods from it. That’s my kind of recipe!

Christine @ 9:28 am #