These Are The Best Gluten-Free Pizza Brands

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If you're living that gluten-free life, you know the pizza struggle. Whether you have a medical intolerance to gluten, like celiac disease or choose to avoid gluten for other health concerns, you know it can be a challenge to find authentic, satisfying pizza alternatives. 

Pizza is often a food of convenience — the go-to party food or a quick, tasty bite when you're out with friends. But unfortunately, for those following a gluten-free diet, pizza is one of the most inconvenient and much longed-for foods. Sure, you might find a local pizzeria that tries to accommodate, but many gluten-free menu options don't live up to expectations. So, you probably won't be quietly pizza-weeping in the bathroom, but you're certainly not getting your nosh on with the same ferocious satisfaction as your friends. 

Are there great gluten-free pizzas out there? Absolutely, and we hope you're one of the lucky ones who has found a local pie-hub with crave-worthy gluten-free pizza crust. But, for everyone else, we offer this utopian pizza plan. So live your best GF-life; it's within reach with this collection of the best gluten-free pizza brands. 

The Tattooed Chef's cauliflower pizza is clearly the rock star on this list

Cauliflower is having a prolonged "It Girl" food moment, and the pizza niche is no exception. The Tattooed Chef's Cauliflower Crust Pizza has a swell of buzz building, especially with its appearance in Machine Gun Kelly's new video for "Emo Girl." 

The video's cheeky shout-out puts quite a ... shall we say – prominent – spotlight on the brand when Machine Gun Kelly's character gets kicked out of his girlfriend's house with nothing but a gluten-free pizza box to cover the parts of his anatomy meant only for the private eyes of Megan Fox. Oh my!

It turns out the rocker knows good GF pizza, though. The reviewers at Sam's Club raved about the warehouse's Tattooed Chef frozen 2-pack, with the product landing an impressive 4.6 out of 5 stars from 482 reviews. 

Banza pizza transforms the humble chickpea into a legit contender

Banza uses chickpeas for its versatile and FDA certified gluten-free pizza products. Customers looking for a ready-made pie can choose from four cheese, Margherita, roasted veggies, supreme, or plant-based cheese. Those who want to play pizza chef at home can grab a plain crust and build their own.

The plain Banza gluten-free crusts are neutral in flavor and sturdy enough to hold hearty heapings of topping, unlike other flimsy GF crusts (via Buzzfeed). That means this particular crust could be the right choice for gluten-free gourmets who like to stack their 'za with bulkier add-ons, like BBQ chicken or thin-sliced steak, onion, and blue cheese.

Against the Grain Gourmet gets high marks for taste and texture

Perhaps you opt for a completely grain-free diet. No worries, Against the Grain Gourmet offers six varieties of grain-free, gluten-free pizza options. And speaking of options, you're in for a rare gluten-free pizza moment — a choice in crust sizes! Usually, GF pizza comes in just one small size, but Against the Grain offers both a 10" and 12" pizza.

Food Network raves that "the flavor is tremendous and is reminiscent of gluten-filled pizza," adding that the crust, which is made with tapioca starch in place of flour, "has a crunchy mouthfeel."  

The wait for the traditional flavor of yeasted pizza dough in a GF crust is over

You may have noticed that even many of the tastiest gluten-free pizzas are not as thick or fluffy since gluten is a protein that gives baked goods structure (via King Arthur Baking). And, if you've been on a GF diet for a while, you may have an insatiable craving for traditional yeast-risen pizza dough. Well, cue the grand entrance for Talia di Napoli, a Coeliac UK-certified producer which offers flash-frozen pizzas made with a yeasted dough comprised of gluten free wheat starch, maize starch, buckwheat flour and rice flour.

Each handmade, painstakingly traditional Neapolitan crust boasts traditional cornicione — those heavenly charred blisters on the pizza's outer edge. So, how does it rate? The blogger over at How to Travel Gluten Free called it "the best I've found!"

cup4cup puts gluten-free pizza-making back into customers' hands

Making your own pizza is so satisfying unless you're stressed about tricky gluten-free recipes. But, don't worry; famed-chef Thomas Keller won't let that get in your way.

Using a unique blend of cornstarch, white rice flour, brown rice flour, rBST-fFree milk powder, tapioca flour, potato starch, baking powder, xanthan gum, salt, and sugar, the man behind California's renowned restaurant, The French Laundry, created the Cup4Cup line of gluten-free flours that includes a pizza mix that's a gluten-free community favorite.

Not only do Amazon reviewers give it 4.6 out of 5 stars, but it's also one of the go-to GF pizza mix blends used in Williams Sonoma gluten-free pizza tutorials.