The 2 pack sells for $2.73 and each 7″ crust has 220 calories. They are certified gluten free. Marc’s sells them in the aisle with the other pizza making supplies.
They are easy to make. Just brush the crusts with olive oil, add your favorite toppings and bake for 5 1/2 to 8 minutes.
I’m a traditionalist and use tomato sauce, mushrooms and whatever cheese I have handy. The crust is dense and chewy without the usual gluten free crumbs.
But I also bake the crusts and use them as flatbreads for sandwiches.
This tasty sandwich is turkey, lettuce, tomato and mango chutney.
Some of my gluten eating companions ask for these gluten free crusts and like them better than their gluten containing counterparts.