Chebe Pizza Crust Review

I LOVE pizza. I mean L.O.V.E. love. I could eat pizza every day…or Chipotle, but that’s a story for another day. The good news about being gluten free and pizza is that there are a million options. It seems like most pizza places offer a gluten free crust. Grocery stores offer a wide variety of frozen gluten free pizzas, frozen gluten free crusts, and gluten free pizza crust mixes. The downfall is the price. It is absolutely crazy! A 10 inch gluten free pizza can run close to $20 from a restaurant. Many of the pizza crust mixes and frozen crusts run from $5 all the way to $15. Even worse is when you pay that price, many of the products are not very good quality or taste very gluten-free…not cool.
There isย a gluten free crust mix that I really like from Tastefully Simple, but it isย $11.99 for 1 mix. Of course you can save a ton of money by making your own, but sometimes it is nice to have something convenient.

In the natural foods section of my local grocery store I recently came across Chebe mixes. They have a variety of packaged gluten free mixes. When I bought this pizza crust mix it was on sale for 2 for $5. Let’s just say based on the price and the number of poor quality gluten free products I have experienced, my hopes were not high. Thankfully I was pleasantly surprised by the quality of this product!



The dough was easy to make. I grated in some fresh Parmesan cheese. The only other things I had to add were olive oil, eggs, and water or milk.


The dough had to be kneaded for a couple of minutes and then pressed onto an un-greased pizza pan.


I topped my pizza with fresh tomato slices, peppers, cheese, and nitrate-free pepperoni.


Ever since eating gluten free I have only had crispy, thin crust style pizzas. Every once in a while I crave a more traditional, chewy pizza crust. While this crust was not super thick, it had a more dense and chewy consistency. The mix also had dried herbs in it which made for a very flavorful crust. I really enjoyed this crust and it will be a new staple ingredient in my pantry. The final, and maybe most important reason that I give Chebe Pizza Crust Mix my full stamp of approval is that Brandon really liked it. If a non-gluten free person likes a gluten free product, you know it is good.

Enjoy! Let me know what you think if you try this or any of Chebe’s other mixes!


11 thoughts on “Chebe Pizza Crust Review

  1. Jon Miller says:

    Here’s a tip for a deep dish, with these slight modifications:
    1. use less cheese, only 1/4 C. (dry cheese, like grated Parmesan or Romano)
    2. add 1 tsp. baking powder.

    Knead dough and press into a 8 or 9″ pie pan. Par bake crust at 375 degrees for approx. 10 minutes or until slightly browned. Add toppings and bake for an add’l 7-10 minutes.


    How about pizza on the grill. Use this link to our How To video.

    Glad you found us and thanks for the nice review!
    Jon @ Chebe Bread

    • jessicaschlangen says:

      Hi Jon! Thank you for the great tips! I can’t wait to try making the deep dish crust. Grilling the pizza sounds great too!

    • jessicaschlangen says:

      Thanks, Rebecca!! I hope she likes it. If you can’t find it in a store they have online ordering available on the Chebe Bread website. ๐Ÿ™‚

    • jessicaschlangen says:

      I need to try the cheese bread! I have only had the cinnamon rolls and pizza crust. Let me know what you think if you try the crust!

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