[Gluten-Free] Mediterranean Flatbread Pizza

I made you guys some pizza, and you have GOT to make it this weekend! This is the perfect weekend meal. It comes together pretty quickly, is packed with good for you foods, and it OH SO delicious.

Mediterranean Flatbread Pizza

Kenny and I love my gluten-free flatbread recipe so much that I wanted to turn it into a pizza crust. And the first thing that comes to mind when I think of flatbread is Mediterranean. So instead of a traditional tomato sauce or pesto, I slathered a bunch of hummus on the crust, then topped with zucchini, cherry tomatoes and goat cheese. You can get creative and use whatever kind of spread and cheese you want, but trust me, the hummus and goat cheese are to die for on this.

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The crust is actually super simple to make. Like I said, I used my GF flatbread recipe, but I just rolled the whole batch into one big pizza crust instead of a bunch of smaller pieces. I also made this roasted garlic hummus, but you could always take a little shortcut and use store-bought hummus. I’m sure pesto would be amazing on this too, that will definitely be my next flatbread adventure.

Mediterranean Flatbread Pizza

Mediterranean Flatbread Pizza

Kenny and I may or may not have devoured almost the entire pizza. Oops. If you don’t judge our pizza eating abilities, we won’t judge yours. Power to the pizza.

Mediterranean Flatbread Pizza

And now that I’ve made this Mediterranean pizza, it makes me want to actually visit the Mediterranean. Anyone volunteer to take me with them?


Mediterranean Flatbread Pizza

Yield: Serves 2-4


  • 1 batch hummus (you will need 1/2-3/4 cup for the pizza)
  • 1 cup cherry tomatoes, quartered
  • 1 zucchini, diced into small pieces
  • 1/3- 1/2 cup crumbled goat cheese
  • 2 tsp dried basil
  • pinch of salt and pepper
  • Flatbread
  • 1 1/3 cup oat flour
  • 2/3 cup brown rice flour
  • 1 tbsp flaxseed, finely ground
  • 1 tsp sea salt
  • 6 oz warm water


  1. Preheat the oven too 400 degrees. In a large bowl, whisk together the oat flour, rice flour, flaxseed and salt until combined. Slowly add in the water as you are stirring with a large spoon. When the mixture starts to come together, use your hands to incorporate it and knead it like you would regular pizza dough.
  2. Lay out a large piece of parchment paper and roll the dough into one big ball. Using a rolling pin, roll out the dough into one long oval shape (or whatever shape you want). Keep rolling until it is about 1/4 inch thick. Gently move the parchment paper onto a large baking sheet and bake for about 10 minutes. The crust should start to brown a bit and be pretty much cooked through.
  3. If you are not using store-bought hummus, make the hummus using this recipe while the crust is baking.
  4. Par-cook the zucchini a bit by adding the zucchini pieces and a tsp of olive oil to a small skillet over medium heat. Season with a small pinch of salt and pepper and the dried basil. Stir occasionally, and cook for about 3 minutes, until the zucchini just starts to soften.
  5. When the crust has baked for about 10 minutes, take it out and add the toppings. (The amount of toppings is up to you. It depends on how thick you want it.)
  6. Spoon a thin layer of the hummus all over the top. Next, add an even layer of zucchini, then tomatoes.
  7. Turn your oven to broil. When the broiler is ready, place the pizza on the middle rack and broil for 5-7 minutes. Be careful, everyone's broiler is a little different, so watch it closely. It will burn fast. Your oven may take less time.
  8. The pizza is done when the zucchini and tomatoes are slightly blistered. Top with goat cheese, serve and enjoy!


  1. I was really excited about trying this GF pizza crust. I had to order the oat flor online because I couldn’t find it at my supermarket. I got my family all excited about it. It smelled delicious while in the oven. But I guess something went wrong…the crust was super hard! We ate it because we were starving, but it wasn’t good at all! What could I have done wrong?

    1. I’m so sorry that happened, Olga! I’m not sure what could have gone wrong, every time I have made this the crust always turns out fine. Maybe your broiler is a little bit hotter than mine, and it is cooking it faster. I would try cooking it for a few minutes less than the recipe calls for and see how it turns out 🙂

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