I admit I'm not the biggest fan but sometimes it really does just hit the spot. Obviously leaving the cheese off was always an issue but since going gluten free its become a tad more tricky.
Both Domino's (my favourite as I really do think their sauce is nice and tangy and the pizza's aren't too greasy) do a gluten free crust in a single portion which is pretty good. Domino's provide allergy info for pizza's and sauces.
I've taken a look at Pizza Hut they too have a gluten free crust (square - I guess to make sure there aren't any mistakes in the kitchen). So it does mean that you can take any kids to Pizza Hut that are on a gluten free diet. The allergy information on the Pizza Hut site is pretty good - certainly comprehensive so you can see the ingredients for each eliment.This is vital when figuring out what to take out of a meal so well done to Pizza Hut. However it's a right pain to find the info on their site. Their crust is a bit dry IMO; the Domino's one is better.
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