Gluten-Free Frozen Pizzas: 12 Brands You'll Love

Craving (gluten-free) pizza? It's just as close as your freezer

If you crave the simplicity of frozen pizza and must follow the gluten-free diet, you have plenty of gluten-free frozen pizza options. Both large and tiny specialty manufacturers have stepped into the marketplace, offering a huge variety of different gluten-free frozen pizzas.

You can choose gluten-free frozen pizzas in New York, Sicilian and thin crust styles, plus pizzas with assorted toppings ranging from traditional pepperoni to eclectic spinach and feta and spicy chicken barbecue. If you're looking for an easy, fast dinner option, you can keep plenty in the freezer to suit any mood.

Some of our favorite gluten-free frozen pizzas include:

  • Amy's Kitchen gluten-free pizzas in 
  • BOLD Organics gluten-free/dairy-free frozen pizzas
  • Freschetta certified gluten-free frozen pizzas (available in single-serve and large sizes)
  • Glutino pizzas in three different flavors
  • Ian's Natural Foods kid-friendly gluten-free French bread pizzas

There are many more pizzas out there, and larger grocery stores typically carry at least one or two options, if not more. Here's what's available in your grocer's freezer:


Against the Grain Gourmet Gluten-Free Pizza

against the grain gluten-free pizza

Against the Grain

Against the Grain Gourmet makes 12-inch three-cheese pizza, pesto pizza and pepperoni pizza on its own ready-made pizza crusts, which have cheese baked right into the dough.

The crusts also contain tapioca starch, milk and eggs. All Against the Grain products are free of soy, corn and rice, and are produced in a dedicated gluten-free facility. Against the Grain Gourmet tests its products to ensure they contain less than 5 parts per million of gluten.


Amy's Kitchen Gluten-Free Frozen Pizzas

Amy's Kitchen pizza

Amy's Kitchen

Amy's Kitchen offers a variety of different gluten-free frozen pizza flavors: cheese, dairy-free "cheese," spinach, dairy-free spinach, and roasted vegetable. Several are available in single-serve sizes and the rest are available in large pie sizes. Amy's gluten-free crust is rice-based, and its cheese substitute contains soy.

All pizzas use organic sweet rice flour, organic potatoes and organic tapioca flour. Amy's tests its gluten-free products to 5 parts per million (ppm) of gluten.


BOLD Organics Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free Pizza

BOLD Organics Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free Pizza

 BOLD Organics 

BOLD Organics, a brand-new company with a focus on the gluten-free, dairy-free pizza market, makes four different gluten-free dairy-free frozen pizzas, including plain "cheese" (with cheese substitute), veggie lovers, meat lovers and deluxe. All include a tofu-based cheese substitute, and two of the pizzas—the plain cheese and the veggie lovers—are suitable for vegan diets.

The company tests its frozen pizzas to 5 parts per million as part of its gluten-free certification through the National Celiac Association. BOLD Organics also is verified non-GMO and certified organic.


Conte's Gluten-Free Frozen Pizza

Conte's gluten-free pizza


Conte's Pasta Company, a New Jersey-based Italian specialty firm, offers three gluten-free frozen pizzas: Mushroom Florentine Pizza, Pepperoni Pizza and Margherita Pizza with roasted garlic and olive oil.

Pizzas include rice flour-based crusts. Conte's gluten-free products are produced in a dedicated gluten-free facility and are certified by the Gluten-Free Certification Organization, which tests to below 10 parts per million.


Daiya Gluten-Free Dairy-Free Frozen Pizza

Daiya gluten-free pizza


Daiya, which bills itself as "deliciously dairy-free," makes gluten-free/dairy-free pizzas in seven varieties: meatless "pepperoni"-style; supreme; meatless meat lovers; cheeze-lover's; margherita; fire-roasted vegetable; and mushroom & roasted garlic. 

All Daiya pizzas are gluten-free to 20 parts per million, and also are dairy-free and soy-free (the "cheeze" and "pepperoni" are made with tapioca starch, non-GMO safflower and/or canola oil, and coconut oil).


Foods by George Gluten-Free Frozen Pizza

Foods by George Gluten-Free Frozen Pizza

 Foods by George 

Foods by George gluten-free cheese pizza comes in a single serving size. The crust uses white rice, tapioca and potato flours sweetened with cane juice. The pizza is topped with gluten-free pizza sauce and a combination of mozzarella and romano cheeses.


Freschetta Gluten-Free Pizza

freschetta gluten-free pizza


Freschetta is well-known for its frozen pizza, so pizza lovers were pleased when it developed a new range of gluten-free pizzas. You can find Freschetta's gluten-free pizza in four different flavors: four-cheese, pepperoni, spinach & roasted mushroom, and Tuscan-style chicken. The four-cheese and pepperoni flavors come in both large pies and single-serve packages, while the others come in just one size.

Freschetta's gluten-free pizzas feature a crust that is certified gluten-free by the National Celiac Association, which requires testing to less than 5 parts per million.


Glutino Gluten-Free Frozen Pizzas

Glutino Gluten-Free pizza


Glutino has three gluten-free frozen pizza offerings: its plain Duo cheese pizza, pepperoni pizza, and spinach and feta pizza. All are sized as single servings, and the Duo cheese pizzas also come in a multi-pack. All three have crusts based on brown rice, potato starch and tapioca. Glutino tests its products to less than 20 parts per million of gluten.


Ian's Natural Foods French Bread Pizzas

Ian's Natural Foods French Bread Pizzas

 Ian's Natural Foods

Ian's Natural Foods makes three different gluten-free frozen French bread pizzas—one with cheese and pepperoni, one "supreme," and another that's gluten-free casein-free and topped with mozzarella-style soy "cheesy." All come in 8-ounce packages that include two French bread pizzas each. Ian's tests its products to contain fewer than 20ppm of gluten.


J.D.'s Best Gluten-Free Pizza

J.D.'s Best Gluten-Free Pizza

J.D.'s Best 

J.D.'s Best Gluten-Free frozen pizza, available in some Connecticut and Massachusetts supermarkets and online nationwide, is based on a Neapolitan pizza recipe. The 14-inch "classic" pizza was created by a celiac for his seven-year-old son, also celiac, who missed his favorite pizza.


Joan's GF Great Bakes Gluten-Free Frozen Pizzas

Joan's GF Great Bakes NY Style Pizza

Joan's GF Great Bakes

Joan's GF Great Bakes gluten-free frozen pizzas come in two different pizza styles: thick, chewy Sicilian-style pizza and New York-style thin-crust pizza ("Our pizza folds!" brags the website). The 15-ounce Sicilian crust pizza comes in its own foil baking pan, while the New York-style pizza measures about 10 to 11 inches in diameter. Both are available online for shipping.

Joan's GF Great Bakes carefully sources ingredients and contracts with an independent laboratory to test the pizzas to contain less than 5ppm of gluten.


Three Bakers Gluten-Free Frozen Pizza

three bakers gluten-free pizza

Three Bakers

Three Bakers produces frozen gluten-free thin crust pizza in three different flavors: cheese, sausage and pepperoni. The pizzas use a crust that's based on rice flour and tapioca starch.

The pizza is topped with tomatoes, mozzarella cheese, and spices. Three Bakers is certified gluten-free by the Gluten-Free Certification Organization, which requires testing to below 10 parts per million.

A Word from Verywell

When you have celiac disease or non-celiac gluten sensitivity, you might sometimes feel deprived because you can't easily partake in pizza delivery. So it's nice to know that there are numerous frozen gluten-free pizza options for you that will be perfectly safe, and won't leave you feeling deprived at all.

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