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Gluten Free Pop Up Pizza Pie

When I was going through the archives of my site a few months ago, I found a few recipes that I had totally forgotten about since going gluten free. There have been so many things that I have had to recreate or redo since going gluten free, that many family favorites got left behind.

Pop Up Pizza Pie was one of them. And I can’t believe it took me three years to recreate this. This was a favorite in our house, especially for my son. This is one of those meals that he would eat weekly if I made it.

So, as soon as I saw it in the archives I knew I had to work on making a gluten free version. And once I made it, it was so much fun to see the reaction of my kids. They loved having it again and it will now be on the menu plan often.

This is one of those very kid friendly, quick and easy meals.



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  1. Sharon Schulze says

    Lynn, I made this last night & my husband and I loved it! So easy & tasty–and leftovers for my lunch today, lol. I just discovered your site, and am really enjoying exploring it ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Lynn,
    I just found your site, and have to tell you how happy I am to have done so. Both of my children have Celiac, and any place I can find good recipies is wonderful. I have a quick question on the flour part of your recipes. After experimenting with my own blends and not doing so well. Not to mention the cost. I have come to really enjoy the Cup4Cup brand of flour. It has given me the best results so far in my baking endevors, and my kids seem to enjoy the end products also. SO my question is, can I just substitute the Cup4Cup blend for the rice flour, and starches that you list in your recipes? So instead of 1/2 cup flour and two 1/4 cups of starch that you list in this recipe. Can I just use 1 cup of the Cup4Cup blend? Thanks for the help and I really look forward to trying alot of your recipes.

  3. Hi ๐Ÿ™‚ Just wanted to ask if you think it would work to use your GF baking mix as a topping for this instead of mixing up what’s in this recipe? I have your baking mix made but not individual flours. I think it would work using the meat recipe for this with the topping for the pizza pie that’s in your e-book, just maybe double the topping since that recipe is for a smaller size pan.

    • I think it would probably work and is worth a try. I would love to hear how it turns out.

      • I made it for dinner last night & it turned out great. I haven’t made it by your original recipe though so I cant say if/ how it was different. I really love your GF baking mix recipe. Its very versatile and so easyto keep on hand.

  4. Made this pop up pizza yesterday for my newly diagnosed celiac granddaughter, and it was delicious! She misses her pizza! The crust on the top was so good we couldn’t get enough! Such a quick dish to make. Think the next time I will add some hot sausage as we are sausage lovers here. Ty

    • I am so glad that you and your granddaughter enjoyed it! It is a favorite at our house and I love hearing that readers love it too!

  5. Oh. My. Goodness. The Pop Up Pizza Pie is absolutely AMAZING!!! Unfortunately, I didn’t have mozzarella cheese on hand, so I used cheddar cheese instead. Best of all, it was my first time trying pop overs. My sister stayed for dinner after taking me to the super market, and she LOVED it. Next time, I’m going add some ground Italian sausage, pepperoni and mushrooms. Thank you for this awesome recipe, Lynn!!! ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. This sounds good but before I try this, what exactly is a pop over? Is it just a crust on the top as opposed to the bottom?

    • It makes a crust like top, but it isn’t a super bread like crust. Have you ever had popovers? It is similar to that type of texture. It is more of a light type crust, then it is a bread crust on top.

  7. How much pancake baking mix would I use to make this?

    • I have never tried it with a pancake baking mix, but I am guessing you would use the same amount as the flours in this recipe, so 1 cup. If you try it, I would love to hear if it works.

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