Do you like pizza? Are you gluten intolerant? Do you want more gluten-free options so you can enjoy America’s favorite pie? Here’s our roundup of Gluten-Free options at your favorite top pizza restaurants!
Please note that many of these chains have gluten-free crusts prepared in a shared kitchen outside the restaurant. Also, because of the other ingredients in the restaurant, they cannot guarantee a completely gluten-free experience. So, for those with Celiac Disease or other strong intolerance towards gluten, be aware of this and ask your server if you have any questions.
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EatDrinkDeals has reviewed the menus of the nation’s largest chains to find out which restaurants you can count on for gluten-free pizza and other pizzeria favorites. Our roundup is below. Pizza chains are listed alphabetically. The chain’s Pizza Today rank (based on sales) is in parenthesis after its name in the list.
Blaze Pizza (ranked number 15) offers Gluten Free Crusts in both Cauliflower and Keto varieties. Select Gluten Free dough (additional charge) when you build your pizza. For details visit: Blaze Pizza.
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California Pizza Kitchen
California Pizza Kitchen (6) says they can prepare any of their pizzas on a gluten-free crust. CPK also offers the following five pizzas that can be prepared using gluten-free ingredients and the strict procedures certified by the GIG: The Original BBQ Chicken Pizza, Pepperoni, Mushroom Pepperoni Sausage, Traditional Cheese and Margherita. For more details, visit CPK’s Gluten-Free Pizza menu.
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Domino’s (Number 1!) offers a Gluten Free Crust that contains no wheat, rye or barley and has a gluten content of less than 20 ppm. They currently only offer their Gluten Free Crust in a small size. You can select Gluten-Free crust when you start your pizza order. For an FAQ and more details about how Domino’s prepares their Gluten Free Crust, visit Domino’s gluten-free pizza website.
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Donatos Pizza (22) sells frozen gluten-free Take & Bake pizzas that are made with Udi’s Gluten Free Pizza Crust and are prepared in a certified gluten-free facility. You may also create your own pizza with a gluten-free crust at a Donatos location or purchase Take & Bake gluten-free pizzas at a retail store near you. For more information see the Donatos Gluten-Free FAQ or check out the Donatos Nutrition Page.
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Godfather’s Pizza (17) offers gluten-free pizza and/or side items at most locations. To see if your local Godfather’s Pizza carries menu items from their gluten-free line, visit the Godfather’s Pizza Store Locator page and see if the “Gluten Free Items” category is checked.
Hungry Howie’s Pizza (12) makes their own Gluten-Free Crust, which does not contain wheat, barley or rye and has a gluten content of less than 20 ppm. The Gluten-Free Crust is currently available in a six-slice small (10″) pizza size only. For an FAQ and more details about how Hungry Howie’s prepares their Gluten-Free Crust, visit Hungry Howie’s Gluten-Free Crust website.
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Marco’s Pizza (7) offers a few gluten-free items and gluten-free pizza at some locations. To find out if your location has gluten-free crust, view the Marco’s Special Diets Page and click on the allergans you want to avoid.
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Mellow Mushroom (21) says any pie can be made on a gluten-free crust; however, only those pies and ingredients with the GF designation can be made with our allergy-safe procedures. Additional gluten-free items may vary by location; ask your server for details.For a list of additional gluten-free toppings and ingredients and more details about how Mellow Mushroom prepares their gluten-free pizzas, check out the Mellow Mushroom menu.
MOD Pizza (13) offers both gluten-friendly and cauliflower crust options for all of its pizzas. Note there is a $2 upcharge for these crusts. For more details, go to the MOD Pizza menu.
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Mountain Mike’s Pizza (24) has gluten-free crusts available on its menu – more details here.
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Papa Gino’s Pizzeria (26) offers a Gluten Free Pizza made with Udi’s Gluten Free Crust and Papa Gino’s own famous Pizza Sauce and 3-Cheese Blend. Enjoy a wide range of gluten-free pizzas, including Hawaiian, Meat Combo, PapaRoni, Super Veggie and more. For more details about Papa Gino’s gluten-free pizzas, visit the Papa Gino’s Gluten Free website.
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Papa John’s (4) unveiled their Gluten-Free Pizza in 2017. The chain said its Gluten-Free Crust is made from Ancient Grains. The new, never-frozen Gluten-Free Crust is made with sorghum, teff, amaranth and quinoa. A two-topping pizza made with Papa John’s new Gluten-Free crust is available now for only $9.99. For more details, see the Papa John’s gluten free page.
Papa Murphy’s (5) has partnered with Udi’s Gluten Free branded products to offer a Gluten Free Crust. You can get a gluten-free medium Papa Murphy’s Pizza by choosing Gluten Free when you choose a crust. For more details, visit out the Papa Murphy’s Gluten Free FAQ.
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Pie Five Pizza
Pie Five Pizza (63) offers a gluten-free crust. For more details, go to the Pie Five menu crust options.
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Pieology’s new Protein Style Chicken Base comes packed with 44 g of protein. It clocks in at just 280 calories and 2 g of carbs, is Gluten Free and Keto Certified. The base is made of All-Natural White Meat Chicken, Cheese, and Egg Whites. There are four varieties available. The Protein Style Crust Pizzas cost $9.29 at most locations for an individual size. Fuel up!
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Pizza Hut (Ranked Number 2) offers gluten-free pizza in about 1/3 of their restaurants nationwide and plans to continue to expand their gluten-free offerings to restaurants across the nation based on consumer demand. Click here for more details about their gluten-free pizza. Pizza Hut’s gluten-free pizza is made with Udi’s Certified Gluten-Free crust and select Pizza Hut gluten-free toppings and is prepared using procedures certified by the Gluten Intolerance Group (GIG). For an FAQ and more details about how Pizza Hut crafts their gluten-free pizzas, visit Pizza Hut’s gluten-free pizza website.
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Pizza Ranch (18) offers a gluten-free crust in a single-serving size at most locations. They also offers sauces and toppings that do not contain gluten in their ingredient statements. For more information and a complete list of gluten-free menu offerings, check out the Pizza Ranch gluten-free crust website.
Round Table Pizza
Round Table Pizza (10) offers Gluten-Free crusts in Traditional Pan Style as well as a Thin Crust Broccoli and Cheddar option. For more details, go to the Round Table Pizza gluten-free page.
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UNO Chicago Grill
UNO Chicago Grill (19) has a special menu that includes gluten-sensitive Cheese, Pepperoni and Veggie Pizzas They also have lots of specials running on pizza and well as signature drinks – go to the EatDrinkDeals UNO Chicago Grill page for more info.
Your Pie (unranked) has gluten-free options. See this Facebook post for more info:
So, What’s the Deal With Gluten? (from Wikipedia)
A gluten-free diet (GFD) is a diet that excludes gluten, a protein composite found in wheat, barley, rye, and all their species and hybrids. The inclusion of oats in a gluten-free diet remains controversial.
Gluten causes health problems for those with gluten-related disorders, including celiac disease (CD), non-celiac gluten sensitivity (NCGS), gluten ataxia, dermatitis herpetiformis (DH) and wheat allergy. In these patients, the gluten-free diet is demonstrated as an effective treatment. In addition, at least in some cases, the gluten-free diet may improve gastrointestinal and/or systemic symptoms in diseases like irritable bowel syndrome, rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis or HIV enteropathy, among others. Several studies show that about 79% of the people with coeliac disease have an incomplete recovery of the small bowel, despite a strict gluten-free diet. This is mainly caused by inadvertent ingestion of gluten. People with poor basic education and understanding of gluten-free diet often believe that they are strictly following the diet, but are making regular errors.
A gluten-free diet should be mainly based on naturally gluten-free foods with a good balance of micro and macro nutrients: meat, fish, eggs, legumes, nuts, fruits, vegetables, potatoes, rice, and maize are all appropriate. If commercially prepared, gluten-free replacement products are used, it is preferable to choose those that are enriched or fortified with vitamins and minerals. Furthermore, healthy alternatives to these products are pseudocereals (quinoa, amaranth, and buckwheat) and other minor cereals, which have high biological and nutritional value.