I love pizza. A lot of restaurants and fast food pizza places are now caring a Gluten Free pizza. It is very exciting to see so many restaurants and pizza places serving Gluten Free pizza. These types of pizza restaurants have a huge risk of being contaminated. The restaurants pushes people with Celiac Disease or severe gluten sensitivity should not order a pizza. I know that just a size of a tiny head of pin can cause a lot of damage, but I am not too scared. To me I look at it no different then my kitchen. My family isn’t gluten free so my kitchen and condiments runs into the risk of contamination. It is up to you if you want to risk it or not.
I have had two Georgio’s Gluten Free Gourmet Pizza now and have had no problems. Keep in mind everyone is different. Just because I didn’t get any symptoms doesn’t mean you will. Georgio’s Gluten Free Pizza is so good. I would give it 5 stars out of 5.
Grand Rapids Downtown
15 Ionia, Suite 140
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Hours: Sun-Tues 11:00am-10:00pm, Wednesday-Saturday 11:00am-3:00am
Grand Rapids Cascade
5570 28th St SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49512
Hours: Sun-Thurs 11:00am-10:00pm, Friday-Saturday 11:00am-11:00pm
East Lansing; Grand River Street
1010 E. Grand River. East Lansing, MI 48823
Hours: Sun-Thurs 10:00am-10:00pm, Friday-Saturday 10:00am-3:00am
East Lansing: Charles Street
120 Charles St, East Lansing MI 48823
Hours: Sun-Mon 10:00am-10:00pm, Tuesday-Saturday 10:00am-3:00pm
Brick Road Pizza
1017 wealthy Street Grand Rapids MI. 616-719-2409
- GF Cheesy Bread with Marinara Sauce.
- Build your own Gluten Free Pizza
Gluten Free Cheese… 1 Item- $13.50/each additional item $.75
Gluten Free/Vegan Pizza Crusts are 10 ½”.. All of their specialty pizzas are on a GF/V crust.. add $2.50 to 12” hand tossed price. Some vegan faux meats also contain gluten as well as black bean burgers. Their Gluten free pizza crusts are 100% GF and are baked in their own pan so they will not touch any surfaces where gluten is present. The pizzas are prepared in areas where other items containing gluten are prepared.
Thought they take the utmost caution as to not cross with gluten contains items, the possibility is still present. If you have a severe allergy please keep this in mind, as they are not liable for any reactions.
2289 East Beltline Avenue Northeast, Grand Rapids, MI 49525.
Have homemade Chicken fingers, Mozzarella Sticks, Gluten free veggie pizza (With hummus, feta cheese, spinach, tomatoes, olives, basil, and olive oil)
Gluten Free Chili. GF buns, GF bread loaves.
Mancino’s Pizza & Grinders
13040 U.S. 31, Grand Haven, MI 49417
Gluten Free Pizza, Gluten Free Grinders, Gluten Free Penne Pasta, GF Garlic Cheese Bread, GF potato skins.
Gluten free has never been so good. Any of our gluten free products can be pre-made and frozen in larger quantities that are ready to cook in your oven at a later date. Inquire for details. Great taste and texture are what sets our gluten free products apart from the rest. Dry and crumbly is a thing of the past. All our gluten free products have documentation regarding their Gluten free status.
5675 Byron Center AVE SW, Wyoming MI 49519. Hours: Mon-Sun 11:00am-2:00am. 616-530-9700
Has a 10” Gluten Free Pizza Crust. Their cheese pizza is $10.00 and extra toppings are $1.25.
They also have a many GF salads, sandwiches (sadly they don’t have a GF bun), and many entrees that are GF.
While all care is taken, Pizza Hut Gluten Free bases are prepared in an environment that contain gluten and we cannot guarantee all Gluten Free bases will be 100% free from gluten. Most toppings contains gluten.
Papa Murphy’s Take N’ Bake Pizza
Gluten Free Crust Pizza. They use Udi’s pizza crust.
Text GF to 90421 and Get $2.00 off pizza on Gluten Free Crust.
Available at participating US locations only. Certified Gluten Free Crust is topped in shared kitchen that also handles gluten-containing ingredients. Additional ingredient information can be found by viewing our allergen info. Available in Medium size only.
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Domino’s Crust Ingredients: Water, Modified Rice Starch, Rice Flour, Brown Rice Flour, Potato Starch, Olive Oil, Potato Flour, Evaporated Cane Sugar, Fresh Yeast, Honey, Avicel, Salt, Calcium Propionate. Note: Avicel functions as a fat replacer in Gluten Free crusts. It is used primarily to help retain moisture so the crust is not too dry and tough.
On their website they have a warning saying not for people with Celiac Disease or people who suffer from gluten sensitivity because of contamination. They do answer the question: Is the Gluten Free Crust prepared—BEFORE going to the store—in a gluten free environment? They replied: Domino's® Gluten Free Crust is manufactured by a supplier who runs its Gluten Free products on a certified, clean production line in a gluten free facility. To ensure compliance to our standards of less than 20ppm gluten in Domino's® Gluten Free Crust, the manufacturing facility and the Gluten Free Crusts produced there are regularly tested, prior to arriving to our stores.
What is Gluten Exposure? They replied: Gluten is present in Domino's® Hand Tossed Dough. After stretching the dough, small gluten particles could remain on the pizza maker's hands, which then touch the cheese and toppings and could transfer to these ingredients. Due to the handcrafted nature of Domino's® products and because stores do not have a separate gluten free area in the kitchen, a possibility for gluten exposure can occur. As such, pizza made with Domino's® Gluten Free Crust is not recommended for customers with celiac disease. However, because the risk for exposure is low, this pizza made with Domino's® Gluten Free Crust is an option for individuals with mild gluten sensitivities.
Always call the restaurants and pizza delivery service before going just incase they decide they aren't carrying Gluten Free products.
My rant: Pizza restaurants with the contamination warning makes me a little annoyed because why offer GF pizza if you aren’t going to make it in a safer area of your restaurant. I know there are people who just eat gluten-free because of all of the health benefits, but if I were on gluten-free diet just for the health benefits I would just splurge and have a regular wheat pizza.
Plus, people who eat gluten-free to loose weight or to just be healthier would most likely not eat pizza anyways. Instead, they would be eating salad with raspberry salad dressing and not a high greasy pizza. So these restaurants should really think about having a small safe area where the wheat flour isn’t flying in the air and a few pans that are dedicated gluten free. Right now these gluten free pizza are only teasing people with Celiac Disease and severe gluten free sensitivity.