Sorry for your wait...here it is!
- 3 eggs
- 1/2 cup yogurt
- 3/4 cup coconut flour
- 1/2 tsp salt
- 1/2 tsp baking soda
- Add fresh or dried garlic, oregano and basil if you desire
Combine ingredients, and mix well.
Pat out (or spread out with a rubber blade [or "spatula"]) on a parchment paper lined baking stone. You can use a parchment lined cookie sheet as well if you don't have a round baking stone...you'll just have a rectangular pizza! :)
Bake at 375 F* for 20 minutes.
Remove from the oven and place a second parchment sheet over the crust, take it by the corners, and quickly flip. It may take a few pizza's before you get this part down perfect without cracking the crust. But you'll get the hang of it! :) Or, you could place another cookie sheet or baking stone over the top of the crust, and flip the whole thing.
OR, you could just omit the whole step. The only purpose it probably serves, it to ensure the maximum "dryness" of your crust...aka: helps to prevent the bottom of your crust getting soggy.
Then top with whatever sauce and toppings you desire, and pop it back in the oven just long enough to melt your cheese!
I usually go ahead and turn the oven off when I take out the crust, as I have been making the sauce while it is baking, and so am ready to put on the toppings right away, and so the oven is still plenty warm.
Just a note about your sauce...Make sure that it is not too "soupy" and thin, or your crust will become soggy...which I don't think anyone particularly relishes.
This recipe does make a pretty thin crusted pizza, so if you don't like thin crusts, it might not be the one for you. You could try making a thicker crust, by doubling the recipe and not patting it out as thin, and you'll probably need to bake it longer.
BUT the cool thing about this recipe, is that...drum-roll-please...You can pick it up and eat it with your hands!! Hot or cold.
And for anyone else who has ever tried and failed to find GAPS and SCD diet approved pizza crust recipe's using coconut flour, that you can pick up and eat like "normal", you will understand that enthusiasm!!
Give it a whirl! I hope you'll enjoy your pizza!