Let’s rate some pizza! I love to eat and pizza isn’t my favorite but it is my hubby’s favorite. So we try lots of pizza. These gluten-free pizzas are all good and I would eat them all again.

Some are better than others, but none have made me feel bad. Here are my observations!
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Full Disclosure, I am gluten-free due to a gluten sensitivity, and a skin condition. I am NOT celiac. Celiacs know not to trust anything, even if it is written that it’s gluten-free or “confirmed” to be gluten-free.

I am not celiac but for me, when I “gluten” myself, I don’t feel good. I get a terrible tummy ache, sometimes cramps, and feel bloated and off for about a whole day. (For the most part “cross contamination” doesn’t bother me.) Now, back to the pizza.

Pizza Hut

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If you want a good gluten-free pizza, you can still go to your local Pizza Hut, and there it is. Truth be told, they offer and sell a premade Udi’s frozen cheese pizza. Pizza Hut cannot guarantee that its toppings are gluten-free, so top your pizza at your own risk.

Now, about the pizza! The crust is very thin and crispy. So if you LOVE a thin and crispy crust, this pizza is for you. The sauce is rich and well seasoned and the cheese is a delicious, melty mozzarella. I topped this pizza with pineapple and ham and felt fine. And it was really good.

But it was also premade, frozen and thawed, and then topped and baked and a personal size was the largest option. I would eat it again but for numbers purposes, I give it a 3.5.

Blaze Pizza

Blaze Pizza makes a build your own pizza that is done in less than four minutes. It’s quick and delicious and there are tons of toppings. They also have gluten-free crust. And it’s pretty good.

This gluten-free pizza is larger than a personal pizza and the same size as the typical Blaze pizza. The crust is crispy and medium thick with a good consistency. It’s a good crust but it could use some pizazz. Some garlic and seasoning in the crust would give it such a great pop and adding the toppings would be a delicious finish.

Blaze pizza also offers signature pizzas, (check to be sure if it’s gluten-free or not!) They have so many toppings, almost 25 to choose from, and they are fresh, delicious, and a large portion. Blaze's toppings are also eat at your own risk. I really think they could step up their dough, though, so I give Blaze a 4.5.

Papa Murphy’s

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This take and bake pizza chain does their own gluten-free pizza, too. The crust is medium thick and has a great crunch to it. Since you bake it, you can make it the perfect color and it’s hot and ready when you’re ready to eat it.

You can get larger sizes, too, and therefore feed more than one person. Toppings are at your own risk here too, and Papa Murphy’s says that while their gluten-free crust does not contain gluten, they do not have a separate prep area, utensils, or ovens to separate the pizzas.

But their pizza is good, crisp, hot and freshly baked when you're ready, and it tastes great, so I give them a 4.5.

These pizzas are all a good choice at the end of the day. And after I try more, I will rate more.

And as for having to eat (toppings) at your own risk, isn’t that always the case for those of us who avoid gluten? But, more and more gluten-friendly places are opening and restaurants are coming out with Gluten-Free menus, too. So be careful but also, Happy Gluten-Free Eating!