Gluten-Free Pizza used to be really hard to come by, unless you took the trouble to make your own.
Now, making your own can be as easy as pulling it out of the freezer or using a mix. Since I can’t eat dairy, I make pizza with fake cheese. Here’s a tip: put the cheese under the sauce, so it melts instead of drying out. The flavor is covered up and you get the gooey texture you want from pizza.
Thanks to the many restaurants that now serve pizza with a gluten-free crust, you don’t have to take any trouble at all if you’re not up for it.
I’ve been surprised to find so many places where I can get pizza I can eat, even though I usually have to have them hold the cheese. Note: zpizza offers the option of vegan cheese. I’m not vegan, but it is casein free!
You can find my list of many of these restaurants here. Some even serve gluten free beer...
Now it’s your turn. Do you have a favorite place to eat gfree pizza? Or do you prefer to make your own? What are your favorite toppings or cheeses? Know of a great soy free or dairy free cheese?
From chain restaurants to pizza parlors, many restaurants are now serving gluten-free pizza. What's your favorite place to get pizza? Or do you prefer to bake your own from the freezer, a mix, or from scratch? Tell us!
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