Anyone out there in need of suggestions for gluten-free pizza? Because yeah, we’re all as tired of cooking as you are right now, and I am not at all above adding good frozen pizzas to my weekly meal plans.
Well if you’re looking for the best gluten-free pizza brands, our Recipe Rescue community totally came through with a trove of tried-and-true suggestions. I’ve just done the easy part, and gathered them here in one place for your shopping enjoyment.
Some of our readers recommended gluten-free pizza crusts so you can make your own pizzas (be sure to read our tips for making jarred tomato sauce taste more like homemade), while others recommended ready-made, frozen gluten-free pizzas from some trusted brands.
Whatever you have the time and energy for, I think you’ll find great ideas here. Because I can handle quarantine, but life without pizza? No thanks.
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The Best Gluten-Free Pizza Crusts
Caulipower sells ready-made frozen gluten-free pizzas as well as plain gluten-free crusts, and one of our readers recommends you go straight for the crust and add your own toppings. The company offers a pretty impressive array of products, for a brand founded on a cauliflower pun, should you need other gluten-free foods in your kitchen. And the certification provides an extra boost of confidence.
Green Giant Cauliflower Pizza Crust
The Green Giant brand cauliflower pizza crust also made our readers’ list of the best gluten-free pizza crusts, in part because it boasts a low-calorie count. Good option for anyone who wants to DIY their own gluten-free pizza affordably, and packing in a few extra nutrients.
The Best Gluten-Free Frozen Pizzas
Sabatasso’s Gluten-Free Pizza
Seen this in the frozen foods aisle of Costco? Yep, me too. According to a few of our knowledgable gluten-free readers, Sabatasso’s is a terrific budget option among the best gluten-free pizza brands, especially because it comes in a pack of three. Order through Instacart using this link for delivery from your local Costco, and you’ll even get $10 off your first order. (Be sure to tip big!)
One of our readers recommended the Against the Grain brand as a terrific “treat” gluten-free pizza. The flavors look fantastic, like Bacon & Onion, Pesto, or Cheese Jalapeño. They are fairly high in fat and overall calories, she swears the taste makes it worthwhile — and lots of food editors seem to agree. You can find it in lots of specialty stores like Mercato and Fresh Direct, as well as some big box stores. You can also find this one at Wegman’s and delivered through Instacart.
Capello’s stands out as the only gluten-free pizza crust recommendation we received that’s made with almond-flour instead of cauliflower. I’m super intrigued by this brand just based on the snazzy design, and this caramelized onion white pizza sounds like fabulous flavor combo. Find it through Fresh Direct, Mercato, Whole Foods…it’s pretty widely available in specialty stores.
Oh, TJ’s. Is there anything you don’t do welll (aside from providing adequate parking space)? Our readers love their Trader Joe’s gluten-free frozen pizza a whole lot! Just try to get in and out of the store without spending another $50 on impulse purchase snacks you probably don’t need.
I’m a big fan of the Newman brand salad dressing and a few other snacks (mmmm salsa), so it’s no surprise to me that Newman’s Own also delivers one of the best gluten-free pizzas according to our readers. It’s also “certified” gluten-free, unlike some of the other brands, if that’s something you’re looking for. Plus, as the label says, the brand continues to donate all profits to charity, which means you can feel like a hero just for eating gluten-free frozen pizza. I’m in!
The final brand to make our list of best gluten-free pizza brands is Freschetta, which just barely snuck in. It’s available at Target and Publix and will work just fine in a pinch, according to our readers. They made it clear that it’s not quite as tasty as some of the pricier options, but it’s widely available, it won’t break the bank, and it’s a smart back-up option to stash in the freezer should you crave pizza on a snowy night when nothing else is available.