Mushroom and Spinach Gluten Free Flatbread or Pita Pizza

If you missed my Gluten Free Flatbread and Pita Pizza recipe yesterday, be sure to check it out for more ideas.
 
 

Spinach for the pizza, but this actually isn’t even close on the quantity. See recipe for more details.

 

Top generously with your spinach. If you want to really taste your spinach, you have to put it on thick because it will cook down quite a bit. Trust me on this. I did A LOT of experimenting over the years in regards to the amount of spinach and this is the best way if you really want to enjoy the spinach on your pizza. Otherwise it truly just gets lost in the sauce, cheese, and other toppings.

 

Mushroom and Spinach Pizza before adding the cheese.

 

Here is my favorite pizza with loads of mushrooms and spinach! 

 
Mushroom and Spinach Gluten Free Flatbread or Pita Pizza
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Ingredients
  1. Spray oil
  2. Desired amount of Glutenfreeda Artisan Flatbreads or Against the Grain Pita Bread ~ thawed
  3. Pizza Sauce ~ I use Classico Pizza Sauce (it's gluten free and delicious)
  4. Fresh Spinach ~ It takes a lot more than you expect. Read directions below for details.
  5. Fresh Mushrooms ~ I usually use baby bellas but used white button ones today.
  6. Shredded Mozzarella Cheese ~ Gluten free, if needed
  7. Minced Garlic, if desired ~ If not, consider using some Granulated Garlic
  8. Parmesan Cheese, optional
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
  2. Thinly slice your washed and dried spinach. See the picture to see how thin.
  3. Slice your mushrooms about as thick as the pre-sliced ones you can get at the store after you have cleaned them off with a slightly damp cloth or paper towel.
  4. Spread pizza sauce evenly over each of your flatbreads or pita breads.
  5. Top generously with your spinach. See the picture. If you want to really taste your spinach, you have to put it on thick because it will cook down quite a bit.
  6. Now cover the spinach with a generous amount of sliced mushrooms.
  7. Sprinkle with minced garlic, if using.
  8. Top with mozzarella cheese.
  9. Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese.
  10. Sprinkle with granulated garlic, if desired and you didn't use minced garlic.
  11. Bake in oven for 5-10 minutes, or until your cheese is melted and your toppings are heated well. It really depends on your oven, how many pizzas you are making, and how high you topped them. My two pans of pizzas took 11 minutes today.
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