Gluten-Free Pizza Party – Dig in!


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As previously announced, we are having a gluten free pizza party. With more than 20 recipes and tastings you will have a whole new set of skills and products to add to your gluten free pizza repertoire.

Gluten Free Pizza Recipes:

Shauna never fails us with her gluten free recipes, her crunchy, slightly nutty pizza crust will surely delight. Of course the chef also put his gluten free pizza skills on display with this slice embellished with heirloom tomatoes, caramelized onions and rosemary.

Jean in Washington, shares a whole grain pizza crust recipe that makes use of flax seeds.

Mike, a gluten free cookbook author and blogger extraordinaire, gives us a traditional thick crust recipe using teff and millet flours.

The Gluten-Free Gastro-Gnome specializes in putting sorghum flour to work, but her gluten free pizza crust uses bean and tapioca flour.

Ellen who has five kids to please with her cooking made a fantastic roasted vegetable gluten free pizza on her first try.

Gluten a Go Go in Westchester County, NY has two gluten free crust recipes to add to your lists, once again you have to trust a pizza that can stand up to the toughest critics – children.

Wheatless Bay tops her gluten free pizza with mushrooms, caramelized onions and canadian bacon.

Mrs. GF makes a foldable pizza crust - the NY-style pizza lovers will love this.

Sheri made a BBQ pizza for the round up and uses garlic and herb cheese spread instead of red sauce on another pizza creation.

The impossibly cute Suzi of Gluten Free Living gives us five versions including one with roast lamb to create a gourmet gluten free pizza.

The indomitable Lynn of Free to Eat puts her “Lovely Loaf” to the pizza test.

Flamenco Mom in NYC gives you the tools for making a gluten free/casein free pizza.

Julie in Boulder, CO tempts us with his and her pizza photos but doesn’t share her recipe that is still being perfected.

Gluten Free Pizza Reviews:

Rob and Diana give top marks to the Glutino gluten free pizza but their reviews don’t stop there.

Jennifer Ate gives us a taste of three different options when it has to be pizza.

Sheri gives her thumbs up to the Arrowhead Mills mix.

Gluten Free Pizza Fun:

David of Gluten Free NYC keeps us laughing with Gluten Free Pizza a la Sedaris.

My additions to the party include a Zucchini Crust Pizza and a round-up of other gluten free pizza resources.

Gluten Free Mixes and Crusts:

Gillians Foods frozen pizza dough was the canvas for the pizza pictured above. Kinnikinnick sells GF/CF pizza crusts and Chebe makes an OnTheGo Gluten Free Pizza Dough. And have you heard of Dad’s Gluten Free Pizza Crusts?

Frozen Gluten Free Pizzas:

When you are too tired to do any of the work – there are a number of options available to satiate your gluten free pizza cravings. EveryBody Eats, a gluten-free bakery in Brooklyn makes three different styles of NY-style pizza that can be mailed directly to your door. If you have to have it that night look at your local grocery store for gluten pizza options from Amy’s, Foods by George, or Glutino. (Van Harden is a new gluten free pizza to market, using a cheese crust similar to the currently unavailable Comfy Cuisine.)

Some of you may even live in areas lucky enough to have restaurants that serve gluten free pizza:

Arizona:
Picazzos, 7325 Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd (Scottsdale Promenade) (Cross Street: N Scottsdale Road) Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-990-2212

California:
Maurizio’s Italian Restaurant, 135 North Maryland Avenue, Glendale Phone: 818-247-5600. Call a day ahead and order the gluten-free pizza

Connecticut:
Frascati Restaurant 581 Newfield AvenueStamford, Connecticut Phone: 203-353-8900

Illinois:
Lou Malnati’s has multiple locations in the Chicago area that serve a crustless gluten free pizza (the “crust” is made from sausage)

Massachusetts:

Boynton Restaurant 117 Highland St Worcester, MA Phone: 508-756-5432

New York:
Cafe Baldo, 2849 Jerusalem Ave Wantagh, New York 11793 Phone: 516-785-4780
Mama’s Italian Restaurant, 1352 Montauk Highway Oakdale, New York Phone: 631-567-0909

Mozzarelli’s Pizza 38 E 23rd St, New York 10010 Btwn Park & Madison Ave Phone: 212-475-6777
Risotteria, 270 Bleecker St, New York 10014 Btwn 6th & 7th Ave Phone: 212-924-6664
Slice, 1413 2nd Ave, New York 10021 Btwn 73rd & 74th St Phone: 212-249-4353

Pennsylvania:
Jules Thin Crust, 78 South Main Street Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901 Phone: 215-345-8537
Manny B’s Pizzeria, 3820 Freemansburg Avenue Bethlehem Township, Pennsylvania Phone: 610-866-8864

Let me know if I missed any good recipes or pizza offerings!

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Gluten Free Suzi said,

April 13, 2007 @ 9:17 pm

Hey Catherine… I hope I haven’t missed the party. I will send you my pizza recipe tonight.

Natalie said,

April 14, 2007 @ 1:00 am

I am new to gluten-free blogging and completely missed the round-up. I am excited to try some of these recipes. I am inspired to try and perfect a pizza crust now! Thanks everyone!

Gluten Free Suzi said,

April 14, 2007 @ 2:44 am

It’s Friday the 13th Pizza Party time.. here is the link to my pizza’s Catherine :-)

Gluten Free Living Pizza Party

David Marc Fischer said,

April 14, 2007 @ 2:54 pm

Well done–congrats!

Catherine said,

April 14, 2007 @ 6:08 pm

Thanks for the link Suzi – it’s all updated.

Natalie – welcome!

Lynn Barry said,

April 15, 2007 @ 7:33 pm

Thanks Catherine. What a labor of love. You are amazing. I clicked my link you included and nothing happened, my page showed only the right side so here is the meat of the posting, but then again they have to go find the lovely loaf recipe. I could make it easier but on Friday the 13th anything is possible…HUGS

“I am in love again…I whipped up a batch of lovely loaf using olive oil instead of canola oil and then I spread it out on an ungreased pizza stone and put it in the oven for 15 min. at 400 degrees. I then removed it and drizzled olive oil on it and spooned out tomato sauce, then shook basil and oregano on it and placed cut up cheeses on one half, for my son, and cut up black olives and onions on my half. After 10-15 minutes I removed it and let it cool on the stone on a wire rack, then cut it up and…thoroughly enjoyed myself.
It is delicioso! I proved I don’t need cheese or substitute cheese on my pizza. It is great without it! This recipe makes a nice thick pizza crust that left me not missing anything from my GF/CF past.”

Catherine said,

April 15, 2007 @ 8:24 pm

Hi Lynn,

I don’t know what happened – it was working before. I fixed it, but who knows if it will “stick”…

–catherine

David Marc Fischer said,

April 15, 2007 @ 10:30 pm

Say, Catherine–are you sure Frascati serves gf pizza? I don’t think that was the case the last time I was there (Summer ’06).

Catherine said,

April 16, 2007 @ 2:46 pm

Hi David – according to GFRAP pizza is coming very soon

Allergic Girl said,

April 16, 2007 @ 7:42 pm

amazing round up, great job!

Patti M. said,

April 17, 2007 @ 7:26 pm

I’m from Massachusetts and my husband has celiac. I’m posting to let you know the Boynton on Rt. 9 (Highland St.) in Worcester has GF pizza and GF beer available _every_ day, as well as a separate GF menu!

http://boyntonrestaurant.com/GFMenu.php

Enjoy!

Catherine said,

April 17, 2007 @ 7:45 pm

Thanks Patti, I updated the list!

Karen said,

April 18, 2007 @ 4:03 am

Wow! What an awesome resource! I am so glad I found your blog. I have my own gluten free product and food review blog that I started as a hobby earlier this year. I can’t wait ot read your info and try out some of the recipes and products myself.

Erin S. said,

April 20, 2007 @ 2:30 pm

Catherine, I have never seen so much gf pizza information in one place!! Thanks for an amazing post.

Amy said,

May 9, 2007 @ 2:39 am

Catherine,
Manny B’s in Bethlehem, Pa has gf pizza, sandwiches and pasta dishes. http://www.mannybspizza.com/newitems.html

Catherine said,

May 10, 2007 @ 3:43 pm

Thanks Amy, I updated the list!

ElwoodCity said,

July 25, 2007 @ 6:30 pm

Catherine, thanks for including me. I just wanted to point out that I am a man who bakes. This isn’t the only place I have found this error. You’d think the beard would give me away…

Tara said,

September 14, 2007 @ 8:24 pm

I just wanted to stop in and say thanks for mentioning us in your pizza party!!! We live for pizza parties!!!!!

Tara
Dad’s Gluten Free Pizza Crust

Sarah B said,

November 28, 2007 @ 7:12 pm

Lennie’s in Bloomington, Indiana has a build your own Gluten Free Pizza. It’s listed on their menu and get’s rave reviews from those who’ve tried it.

http://bbc.bloomington.com/

I haven’t had the good fortune to order on yet, but I’m heading down this weekend.

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March 12, 2008 @ 4:14 pm

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Jean Chocholak said,

May 15, 2008 @ 6:08 pm

Maurizio’s Italian Restaurant, 135 North Maryland Avenue, Glendale Phone: 818-247-5600. Call a day ahead and order the gluten-free pizza.

I called the number 818-247-5600 and it is disconncted. Is there any place in So Cal that has gluten free pizza? I am just back from visiting Sedona AZ and LOVED Picazzos gluten free menu.
Thanks,
Jean

Bob Gerrish said,

July 28, 2008 @ 2:31 am

Pizza Works in a Seattle, WA suburb has Gluten Free Pizza, Spaghetti and Desserts. Pizza Works, 14130 Juanita DR NE STE 109, Bothell, WA Phone: 425.821.1300. Gluten Free pizzas available in mini, small and large. Mini and Small are available on Kinnikinnick and Ener-G (yeast free) crusts. Large are available on crusts from Still Riding Pizza in CT or Haleys Corner Bakery in Kent, WA. Pizzas are prepared using a dedicated Gluten Free Prep Table and Oven.

Wendy Holcombe said,

August 17, 2008 @ 12:57 am

There’s a great little pizza place a stumbled on in Knoxville, Tennessee when I was visiting a friend. Roman’s Pizza at 179 N. Seven Oaks Dr., Knoxville, TN 37922 (865) 539-1784
They have a Gluten Free buffet on Sundays. But you can get pizza any time as long as you call ahead of time because there is only one person there who makes the GF pizza.
They also make GF deserts and cheeseburgers!

When I took the first bite of my pizza I started to cry, I didn’t think I would ever have real pizza again. The crust is great texture with Italian herbs mixed in. They have a separate oven for the GF items, a separate prep area, separate, everything and you can watch it all.

If you are going to be in Knoxville, I suggest you go by Roman’s. The Pizza is great, and the man who makes the pizza is a trip! He is a New Yorker through and through, and he loves feeding you.

Kari B said,

October 14, 2008 @ 11:04 pm

If you live in the Kansas City area Waldo’s Pizza offers several gluten-free options; pizza, buffalo wings, desserts, and several beers. The food is very tasty and has become a favorite place for my friends to gather. It allows me to enjoy going out to eat!

Jen said,

September 11, 2009 @ 9:49 pm

Palermo’s in Illinois has GF pizza. But I go to college in WI and I’m craving some pizza now. haha.

Marie Murphy said,

May 13, 2010 @ 10:21 am

The Gluten Free Oven llc.
Is a Dedicated Facility Producing Only Gluten Free and Casin Free.

Located 125 West Main St.
Mt. Pleasant Pa. 15666

724 542 4457

Open Tuesday Thru Friday 9 am ^ pm
Saturdat 10 am 2 pm

Gluten Intolerant said,

August 25, 2010 @ 3:28 am

In Mt. Pleasant (Westmoreland County), PA, the best product for your dollar is Herbalicious. The gal is well educated on her products, takes her time with you to explain everything, and her products are reasonably priced and DELICIOUS.

Don’t bother with the joint down at the bottom of town, it’s overpriced and they don’t have a large selection of products.

Manie Rozzi said,

October 21, 2010 @ 11:19 am

great post

No Gluten Here Please said,

October 28, 2010 @ 5:43 pm

I was researching the area in Southwestern PA and came across Herbalicious…….one of the best places I have found and a plether of information. We swapped recepies and tips and I will definately be back. Her products were awsome. I then ventured to Gluten Free Oven, LLC, and was not so excited about the place. The prices were outrageous, and it was not a “shopper friendly” place and the stock was low and it was before noon. My bet is on Herbalicious anyday!

No Gluten Here Please said,

October 28, 2010 @ 5:45 pm

Also, try Little E’s in SW Greensburg (on the corner of the main street) for awsome Gluten Free Foods. Everything there is homemade.

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