We all know how hard it can be to find the right babysitter, especially if our children have food allergies. It is never fun when your romantic couples’ evening is threatened by the stress that your kids are eating well and safe.
Most of the neighborhood or “friend of friend’s” high school/college student babysitters are not very experienced with cooking. However, this does not mean you must give babysitters an exuberant amount of money to take your kids out to eat in order for them to enjoy a hot, fresh meal that will satisfy everyone’s needs.
Rudi’s Gluten-Free Pizza Crust is an excellent platform for a great-tasting babysitter-proof meal. The beauty about making any pizza is that the cook only has to make one pie in order to satisfy everyone’s taste buds and allergy restrictions. For example, if you have a kid who loves pepperoni, but his sister is vegetarian, you can lay pepperoni on only half the pizza.
Additionally, if you are nervous about your babysitter preparing the pizza to your specifications, you can always prep the crust and stick it in the fridge before you leave the house.
So with “Spring in the air,” get out there and have a wonderful evening with your loved one!
Dominic’s Gluten-Free Pizza Recipe
Rudi’s Gluten-Free Pizza Crust
Organic Tomato Sauce
Organic Graded Mozzarella Cheese
My Favorite Toppings
Your Favorite Goat Cheese (Optional)
Organic Prosciutto, Chicken Sausage, BBQ Chicken or Pepperoni
Organic Caramelized Sweet Onion and Red Bell Pepper