Is there anyone who doesn’t like pizza? I know in my house it could be pizza night every single night! But that’s not healthy. While some pizza delivery companies have gluten free pizza, it’s so expensive. Then, of course, there is the risk of cross contamination. So I always have gluten free pizza in my freezer. I decided to compare some of the most popular GF pizza brands to see what the best gluten free frozen pizza options are!
- Sabatasso’s – Costco This is hands down the best gluten free frozen pizza I’ve ever had. The one sign that this pizza is a winner, it’s the only one my boyfriend will eat. He’s not gluten free, but tried all the pizzas on this list. Most he’d only take a bite or two. With this one, we’re fighting for the last slice. Also, because it’s a Costco product it’s three pizza in one box for around 10 bucks, you can’t beat it. It’s got that perfect New York pizza chew, a delicious sauce, and just the right amount of cheese. Hot, cold, room temperature every way you eat this pizza it’s delicious!
- Freschetta – WalmartFor some reason before this experiment, I had never tried Freschetta. I don’t know why, I’d just always walk past it. But I’m so glad I decided to try this one! Only takes 12 minutes, great combinations of chewy center and crunchy crust. Could use more sauce, but that’s me being super picky. I literally couldn’t stop eating it. It was a challenge to make sure I saved some to taste test the leftovers. Actually tastes good cold from the fridge! Super crispy reheated in the oven! When reheated in the microwave it becomes very soft, but reminds me of the school cafeteria pizza- in a good way! If you’re not a Costco member, I would say this should be your go to frozen pizza!
- Udis – Walmart The one great thing about the Udi’s brand is that they are virtually everywhere. Almost every store I looked in had Udi’s Pizza. It’s nice to be able to depend on a gluten free frozen pizza where ever you may go. The Udi’s crust really isn’t bad, it’s just not as great as the others on the list. My biggest issue with Udi’s pizza is the overwhelming amount of dried oregano.
- Against All Grain – PublixI was so disappointed in the placement of this brand. If you had asked me my favorite brand before this “research.” I would have said their pesto pizza was my favorite. However, for my taste tests, I wanted to be comparing all plain pizzas for an even playing field. Usually, I bake mine at 500 degrees, but I followed the instructions on the box, and it was not as crispy as I’d like. There was way too much cheese for the ratio of sauce. The first night I ate it, it wasn’t bad – but I wasn’t impressed. I ate two slices and then just didn’t want anymore, which never happens. Usually, someone needs to pry pizza away from me. Unfortunately, it tastes like cardboard when it’s cold. As for reheating, don’t even try to microwave it unless you want big ball of mush!
- Daiya – Publix
Now Daiya may not be fair to include in this list because it is dairy free as well. But because it’s in almost every store I checked I thought I needed to give it a try. Honestly, the Daiya cheese is delicious. Looking at this pizza you can tell it’s not real cheese, but when you’re eating it you totally forget! Also, the Daiya sauce is so delicious! However, this pizza is at the bottom of the list because the crust is just not up to par. When people say gluten free crust tastes like cardboard, this is one of those crusts.
What are your opinions of frozen gluten free pizza? Comment what brand reigns supreme in your house!
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