Looking for a delicious gluten free pizza is getting easier these days. Frozen and supermarket pizzas now offer gluten-free pies.
And finding a pizza crust recipe that is gluten free isn't as hard as it used to be, either.
In fact, gluten free products in general are becoming more and more common for those who suffer from a gluten allergy, intolerance or Celiac disease.
If you need to go gluten free, but still love to enjoy a slice of
delicious pizza now and then, don't fret. There are some great recipes
for homemade gluten free
crust. Or, try some of the tasty pizza crust mixes on the market today. Stonewall Kitchens makes a great gluten free crust mix. I am partial to this company because I used to live in York, Maine, their base of operations. It started out as just two guys who made gourmet items from their kitchen, and turned into a multimillion-dollar industry. And deservedly so—their products are of exceptional quality!
Even frozen pizza brands as well as some pizza restaurants are getting in on the act and offering pizzas free of gluten.
With millions of Americans suffering from Celiac disease or gluten intolerance, it's no surprise that several popular pizza chains have decided to add gluten free pizza to their menus. Pizza Hut, Dominos and Papa John's are the new kids on the block for gluten free products. And here are a few restaurants that have been offering gluten free pies for some time now (please note: not all locations may have the gluten free option, so call for availability).
Uno - Uno Pizza has jumped on board the gluten free train and has added a cheese, pepperoni and veggie pizza. Hopefully you have an Uno's near you. Kudo's to Uno's! www.uno.com
Godfather's - Godfather's offers six different gluten-free varieties including cheese, pepperoni, sausage, beef, All-Meat Combo and Classic Combo. They are made off-site in a CSA-approved facility and individually wrapped for safe delivery to each store. www.godfathers.com
Garlic Jim's Famous Gourmet Pizza - Garlic Jim's offers a gluten free crust to almost all of their pizzas. This awesome pizza place was apparently one of the first pizza restaurants to offer up the gluten free crust. Cheers to them! www.garlicjims.com
Beau Jo's - If you lucky enough to live near a Beau Jo's (mostly in Colorado) then go there immediately and order from their large
gluten free menu. They have 14 flavorful gluten free choices including the Old Settler (Beau Jo’s pizza sauce, roma tomatoes,
smoked bacon, artichoke hearts, red onions, Monterey jack and cheddar cheeses) or the Veggie Light
(Beau Jo’s pizza sauce, green peppers,
black olives, red onions, mushrooms, roma tomatoes, whole milk
mozzarella and part-skim low-fat mozzarella cheeses). They even have
gluten free sandwiches and gluten
free beer! www.beaujos.com
and more gluten free frozen pizzas are popping up in the frozen food
case. Here are just a few: