Dad’s Gluten Free Pizza Crusts is on a mission to make it possible for everyone living a gluten-free lifestyle to enjoy a tasty, high-quality pizza without worry about health risks.
When our youngest son was diagnosed with autism, we began learning about the connections between autism and gluten intolerance. What we discovered was that many people have an allergy to gluten and gluten contributes to a number of difficult health conditions.
To recover and live a healthy life, people with gluten intolerance have to give up gluten forever. No bread. No pasta. No pizza.
When we came to the Treasure Valley and discovered Dad’s gluten free pizza, we knew we’d found our new home and our new calling. We gladly became the new owners of Dad’s Gluten-Free Pizza Crusts, and now it’s our family-run business on a mission to help your family bring pizza home again.
Our Gluten-Free Guarantee
At Dad’s Gluten Free Pizza, our mission is to make great tasting pizza possible for people whose health depends on a gluten-free diet. We make it our highest priority to ensure that each and every crust we produce is gluten free.
Our gluten-free pizza crusts are made in a gluten-free kitchen so that we can guarantee to you a gluten-free product. We use only dedicated equipment to make our crusts. And we allow only gluten-free products in our kitchen—gluten-free companies supply all of our ingredients.
We are licensed by the state of Idaho to prepare and deliver gluten-free crusts. We use the ELISA method of testing to confirm that our crusts are truly gluten free and safe for you and your family to enjoy.
With Dad’s gluten-free pizza crusts, you get more than a great pizza. You also get peace of mind.
Order your gluten-free crusts today and bring pizza home again.
To make a tasty gluten free pizza crust, we use:
- White rice flour
- Potato starch
- Potato flour
- Tapioca flour
- Xanthan gum
- Canola oil
Our pizza crusts have:
- NO gluten
- NO eggs
- NO dairy
- NO casein
- NO wheat
- NO soy
- NO added preservatives
- No Corn
Dad’s Gluten-Free Pizza crusts are par-baked in a 10” pan and vacuum-sealed for freshness.
To prepare your pizza, let the frozen crust defrost in your fridge. It will keep refrigerated for up to 10 days. When you’re ready to bake your pizza, preheat the oven to 400 degrees. Place the crust on a cookie sheet, and top your thawed pizza crust with whatever you desire. Put it in the oven for 10 to 15 minutes and cook to desired crispness.
If you prefer a crispier crust, try prebaking your gluten free pizza crust for 3 to 4 minutes before adding toppings. Experiment with prebaking times until you find the best method to get the perfect crust for your personal taste.