Easy bite size mini pizzas filled with gooey cheese, pepperoni and vegetables. Gluten Free Pizza Bombs is a new favorite dairy free option egg free appetizer.
Bread filled pizza pockets with the perfect crispy outside… do you even remember pizza pockets? Well, it’s like that but waaay better since these are allergy friendly too. It’s da bomb. A Pizza Bomb to be exact. This crust is gluten free dairy free and egg free but not without a great crunch. If you’re a fan of pizza you’ll love these little bombs filled with all your favorites like pepperoni, melted cheese along with nutrition of shredded zucchini to sneak in some vegetables.
Pizza is just one of those comfort foods that is great no matter the form it’s served. And comfort foods always taste better when you’re away and cannot have them. I mentioned last week I was taking a break while my older son was on Spring Break. We decided to head down to Florida and visit my in-laws for almost a full week.
I’ll tell you more details of our trip soon. As nice as it was to break away, the aftermath of organizing luggage and getting kids back on schedules, can always be a bit rough… not to mention getting back into the kitchen for every meal. :-/
How was your break? Did you do anything interesting, fun or relax?
Pizza Bombs (gluten free egg free dairy free option)
Author: Laura @ Petite Allergy Treats
- 1 batch of gluten free Vegan crescent roll dough
- 1 1/2 cups cheese or vegan dairy free substitute
- 1 zucchini grated
- 24 nitrate free pepperoni
- 3/4 cup pizza sauce
- Roll crescent dough (minus garlic topping) and cut into 3 x 3 inch squares. Gently move each square into a muffin tin.
- Fill each with about 1 Tbsp: pizza sauce, grated zucchini, and cheese. Gently fold tops to close and place a pepperoni on top.
- Bake at 375 degrees for 12-14 minutes or until tops turn golden brown. Repeat with leftover dough and ingredients.
Lovey and delicious Pizza.Will try this for my kids for evening snacks
Thanks so much Anup! I hope the kids love them!
Nice I’m looking forward to them
Do you have a recipe for the pizza sauce. My grandson is gluten free, cow dairy and sugar free. Love your website. Lyn. Australia
I do not have a recipe for the pizza sauce. We buy ours in a jar… I have to make just about everything else from scratch, so I get a little “break” with ready made pizza sauces.
If you can find tomato paste in a glass jar, I would recommend this easy sugar free recipe from the Weary Chef http://wearychef.com/perfect-pizza-sauce-recipe/
Hope that helps!
Marsha Owens says
Where did you find gluten free crescent rolls?