Diets Gluten-Free Gluten-Free Frozen Pizzas: 12 Brands You'll Love Craving (gluten-free) pizza? It's just as close as your freezer By Jane Anderson Jane Anderson Facebook Twitter Jane Anderson is a medical journalist and an expert in celiac disease, gluten sensitivity, and the gluten-free diet. Learn about our editorial process Updated on December 16, 2021 Print If you crave the simplicity of frozen pizza and follow a gluten-free diet, you have plenty of gluten-free frozen pizza options. You can choose pizzas in New York, Sicilian, and thin-crust styles with toppings ranging from traditional pepperoni to spinach and feta or spicy chicken barbecue. Both large and smaller specialty manufacturers have stepped into the marketplace, offering a huge variety of gluten-free frozen pizzas, 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. 1 Against the Grain Gourmet Gluten-Free Pizza Against the Grain Against the Grain Gourmet makes both 10-inch and 12-inch pizzas on its own ready-made pizza crusts, which have cheese baked right into the dough. Depending on what you're craving, you can choose from options such as: Cheesy jalapenoBacon and onionCheddar style veganVeggie veganPestoPepperoniThree cheese The crusts contain tapioca starch, milk, and eggs while being free of soy, corn, and rice. They're also produced in a dedicated gluten-free facility and are regularly tested to ensure that they contain less than 5 parts per million (ppm) of gluten. Tasty (and Healthy) Milk Substitutes 2 Amy's Kitchen Gluten-Free Frozen Pizzas Amy's Kitchen Amy's Kitchen offers a variety of gluten-free frozen pizza flavors in both single-serve and large pie sizes, some of which include: CheeseItaliano 4 cheeseSpinachVegan pesto and roasted artichokeMeatless pepperoniMargherita Amy's indicates that it uses shared facilities, though its products contain less than 20 ppm of gluten, qualifying them to be labeled as gluten-free. The cheese substitute does contain soy and all pizzas contain organic rice flour, potatoes, and tapioca flour. 3 Banza Gluten-Free Frozen Pizza Each of Banza's pizzas is gluten-free according to the standards as set by the Food & Drug Administration (FDA). Their crusts are made with chickpeas and your flavor options include: Four cheesePlant-based cheeseSupremeMargheritaRoasted veggie Banza reports that its gluten-free plant-based cheese pizza is free from "major allergens" while the other options do contain dairy. So, all of the pizzas are vegetarian with the plant-based cheese pie also being vegan. 4 California Pizza Kitchen Gluten-Free Frozen Pizza California Pizza Kitchen offers both fresh and frozen pizza options. Some of its frozen pizzas that are also gluten-free include: Artisanal cheeseMargheritaBBQ chickenUncured pepperoniUncured pepperoni with mushroom and sausage Some of the crusts are made with cauliflower, others with chickpeas. Additional ingredients in your gluten-free crusts may include tapioca starch, rice starch, potato starch, and potato flour. 5 CAULIPOWER Gluten-Free Frozen Pizza The founder of CAULIPOWER created an entire line of gluten-free products because both of her sons have celiac disease. Some of the flavor options include: MargheritaThree cheeseVeggieSriracha veggieBuffalo-style chickenItalian sausage and vegetablesUncured turkey pepperoniUncured pepperoni As the company's name suggests, these crusts are made with cauliflower. Depending on the gluten-free frozen pizza you choose, it may also contain brown rice flour, white rice flour, or tapioca starch. 6 Conte's Gluten-Free "Bake In Bag" Pizza Conte's Conte's Pasta Company is a New Jersey-based Italian specialty firm that offers three gluten-free frozen pizza options that you bake in the oven in an unopened bag. They are: Mushroom FlorentineMargheritaPepperoni You can also buy a pre-baked shell and add your own toppings. Conte's crusts are made with rice flour and the Gluten-Free Certification Organization (GFCO) has approved its facilities to manufacture GFCO-certified products. 7 Daiya Gluten-Free Dairy-Free Frozen Pizza Daiya Daiya, which bills itself as "deliciously dairy-free," makes gluten-free/dairy-free pizzas in seven varieties: SupremeMeatless pepperoniMeatless meat lover'sCheeze lover'sMargheritaFire-roasted vegetableMushroom and roasted garlic All Daiya plant-based foods are made according to its Allergen Control Program. This program involves segregating allergen-containing ingredients, regular cleaning of equipment, and product testing to ensure that "allergen results are satisfactory." 8 DiGiorno Gluten-Free Frozen Pizza DiGiorno is probably best known for its traditional frozen pizzas, but it also now offers a couple of gluten-free options. They are: Four cheesePepperoni DiGiorno explains that to make its gluten-free pizzas, it uses wheat starch that has the gluten proteins removed via a rinsing process. Therefore, although the crust doesn't contain gluten, it still contains wheat. 9 Freschetta Gluten-Free Pizza Frescheta Freschetta is well-known for its frozen pizza, so pizza lovers may be pleased to know that it has also developed a variety of gluten-free pizzas. Your options include: Four cheeseSpinach and roasted mushroomPepperoni Freschetta's gluten-free pizzas feature a crust made of rice starches and tapioca, and they are produced in a facility that is certified gluten-free by the Gluten-Free Manufacturing Program. 10 Life Cuisine Gluten-Free Frozen Pizza Life Cuisine offers a variety of products based on your dietary lifestyle. For those living a gluten-free lifestyle, frozen pizza options include: Three cheesePepperoniThree meat Each of these pizzas is made with a cauliflower crust and some contain rice flour too. The company does use real cheese, so keep this in mind if you are allergic to milk. 11 Three Bakers Gluten-Free Frozen Pizza Three Bakers Three Bakers produces frozen gluten-free thin crust pizza in three different flavors: CheeseSausage Pepperoni The crust is made with rice flour and tapioca starch and the pie is topped with tomatoes, mozzarella cheese, and spices. Three Bakers is certified gluten-free by the Gluten Intolerance Group (GIG). 12 Udi's Gluten Free Frozen Pizza Udi's Gluten Free, one of the Conagra brands, has the philosophy that "pizza should taste outstanding, even if you are on a restricted diet." It offers a few gluten-free pizza options: Four cheesePepperoniSupremeMargheritaBarbeque chicken Some of Udi's gluten-free frozen pizzas come with a sweet potato crust. Others contain tapioca and brown rice flour. All are certified by the GFCO, which means that they contain 10 ppm or less of gluten. 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. It's nice to know that there are numerous frozen gluten-free pizza options that won't leave you feeling deprived at all. 10 Sources Verywell Fit uses only high-quality sources, including peer-reviewed studies, to support the facts within our articles. Read our editorial process to learn more about how we fact-check and keep our content accurate, reliable, and trustworthy. Against the Grain Gourmet. The Formulations. Amy's Gourmet. Do you offer gluten free options? Banza. FAQS. Caulipower. Dietary restrictions. Gluten-Free Certification Organization. Manufacturer listing. Daiya. Allergen Control Program. DiGiorno. About our gluten free pizzas. Freschetta. Gluten free pizza. Three Bakers. Our promise. Udi's Gluten Free. Uncured pepperoni pizza. Additional Reading Celiac Disease Foundation. Gluten-Free Foods. By Jane Anderson Jane Anderson is a medical journalist and an expert in celiac disease, gluten sensitivity, and the gluten-free diet. See Our Editorial Process Meet Our Review Board Share Feedback Was this page helpful? Thanks for your feedback! What is your feedback? 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