Yep yep yep. I tackled gluten-free pizza and I won. Of course, like with mac and cheese, I think any bread with tomato sauce and cheese can't fail, so maybe I'm biased. I flirted with this pizza dough recipe for a while, but didn't want to buy more ingredients. Instead I stole a dough recipe from this blog to start. My only problem with it was my own fault. I should have split it into two dishes instead of one (for double the pizza!) because the crust was very thick and took longer to bake then I would have liked.
Next top with homemade pizza sauce. For mine, I cracked open a small can of tomato sauce and simmered with onion powder, basil, chopped garlic, salt, and a crack-ton of black pepper. It was perfect and spicy, ready to be topped with cheese. In case you missed the double part, I topped the sauce with slabs of colby jack, mushrooms, black olives, and then TOPPED the top with sharp white cheddar. Cheese sandwich on crust, yes sir.
As baked, it was like a deep dish tangy, cheesy, satisfying slice of pizza heaven. Then again, I've never met a pizza I didn't like. Hmmm.