I have written about gluten free pizza before, back in March last year but I I hadn't tried this pizza so I thought I would let you know that these are really nice.
A bit pricey me thinks at £5.25 for a slightly smallish pizza but it is very nice, great quality. Still wondering whether it justifies being over a fiver though. I remember going to Pizza Express on the High Street and nearly fainting at the end of our meal. So expensive.
I was grabbing at the opportunity of joining in with a pizza lunch today so I was in the Co-op and this was the only gluten free choice. My family were having Papa Johns takeaway pizzas and at present there isn't a gluten free choice with them. Behold though, after talking to a very helpful chap at our local branch he did say that they would be introducing a gluten free pizza base this coming summer. Yippee!!
I'm pleased about that because I like Papa Johns, the pizza's do look so tasty and I hope the quality of the gluten free one is as good as the rest. I've had a lot of Pizza Hut's gluten free pizzas and they are a bit to be desired, not bad if you chuck as many toppings on as possible but our local shop always seem to burn it.
I'll carry on doing the research, it's no trouble, I mean it's not great for the diet but it's important to find the perfect gluten free pizza I think, leave it with me. I can recommend this Pizza Express one, do check the prices in your local supermarkets as sometimes they can vary so it could be on offer or available at a cheaper price or just throw caution to the wind, blow the finances and treat yourself, does taste delicious.
Thank you for popping along here today, come back for a bit of Autism chatter tomorrow on Autism Support Saturday. For now though.......