It's not very often that we get to eat pizza anymore. (Well, I do now that Fridays at work are pizza lunch Fridays, but...) So when I discovered a few weeks ago that Whole Foods carries Udi's gluten-free pizza crusts, I was ecstatic. For about $5.49 you get two pizza crusts, each is enough for one person, and you can top them however you want and then throw them in the oven for 5-7 minutes. The crusts don't have to be kept frozen!! They aren't even sold in the freezer section!! We love Udi's!!
One thing to note, when you put the pizza sauce on the crust (and make sure you buy gluten-free pizza sauce), the crust tends to soak up the sauce. It's kind of weird. The first time we made these I only cooked them for 5 minutes and I thought the crusts ended up a little soggy. So the second time we made these, I cooked them for the entire 7 minutes and they turned out much better!
If you don't live near a Whole Foods but want gluten-free pizza, you can order these from Udi's website. (Some chain grocery stores and health food stores also carry Udi's products, so check out the store locator on Udi's website to find out if there is a store near you.)