Copycat Gluten Free Pizza Recipe

I currently live in the great state of Wisconsin, which is fantastic! You get to experience all four seasons, there’s plenty to do no matter where you go, and the food (for the most part) is amazing! Plus, if you happen to be a sports fan we have some pretty great teams here!

All in all it’s an amazing place to live, and there’s only one thing missing. Salsarita’s. Anyone ever had Salsarita’s? I used to live in North Carolina and visited this restaurant quite frequently. They have great salads, burritos, and pizzas!


Anyways, long story short I have been craving a Salsarita’s pizza. So, I figured I would give it a shot and make one of my own!

I tried Udi’s Gluten Free Pizza Crust the other day and thought it would pair perfectly with this recipe. Salsarita’s uses a tortilla, but I don’t have the appliances to cook it like they would to make it super crunchy, so thin pizza crust will have to do the job!


Udi’s Gluten Free Pizza Crust

Queso Dip (These are with the salsa’s and chip dips)

1/2 lb. Ground Beef

Taco Cheese (any cheese will do really)


Any other toppings you enjoy on a taco pizza! (Tomatoes, olives, jalapenos, green onions, etc.)

Directions: Brown, drain, and rinse your ground beef. Spread queso dip evenly onto your pizza crust. It does not have to be spread thick, just enough to cover your crust, make sure you leave some room on the edges for a crust. Layer cheese, and ground beef on top. Then cook. I simply followed the directions on the Udi’s package, and it turned out great! You can then layer the rest of your chosen ingredients.

Now this is one of the recipes that is completely up for interpretation. If you like the taco feel and don’t want your tomatoes or any other toppings to be warm, then add them after the crust, sauce, cheese, and ground beef have already been cooked. If you’d rather it had more of a pizza feel, layer on the ingredients and cook them all at once! This is such a great recipe because you can really cater it to anyone’s needs!

Have any questions? Please feel to ask. Also, please feel free to share this page with friends and family!

Disclaimer: Please note that all of these opinions are mine and I am in no way sponsored, or endorsed by any of the brands on this page.


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