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Smart Flour Pizza - A Smarter Gluten-Free Pizza Night!

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I had the chance to try out the Smart Flour Pizza recently and I couldn't wait to tell you about it. I feel like gluten-free pizza has come a long way and I've been so happy to see more and more options sprout up around the grocery store for those of us who can't have gluten in our diet.

It started out back in 2005, when Georgia Hutton wanted to make a flavorful gluten-free flour blend for a friend diagnosed with Celiac disease. Thus, the smart flour blend was born! Charlie Pace soon came on board and acquired the business, and that's where we are today. Read more about the start of Smart Flour Foods here.

I tried this pizza and thought it gave an interesting spin on the genre. I didn't find it all too crispy but that's okay, because I'm not usually the biggest fan of SUPER crispy pizza. Of the two kinds I tried, I really enjoyed the Margherita Pizza, because it had a lot of flavor and personally that's one of my favorite kinds of pizza (aside from pepperoni). The nice thing about this pizza in comparison to some others I've tried is it's a really nice size, and the crust has an interesting, healthier taste to it.

The cheese pizza does need a little extra something, maybe your own toppings like garlic or something like that. Alone, I didn't find it all that flavorful. But overall, still pretty good! I highly recommend you try this out and see for yourself if Smart Flour Pizza is the right pizza for you! It will definitely be something I try again. It may not be one of my favorite kinds, but its definitely good tasting!

Make sure you follow them on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Linked In and YouTube. And check out their blog for the latest company updates. Make sure visit their main page to find out where you can purchase it in a store near you!

I received the above items in exchange for my honest review.


  1. Margherita pizza is a favorite of mine too! I would definitely like to try these. I'll keep an eye out for them.

  2. Looks delicious! We love pizza night in my family.

  3. I'd love to give this a try. It looks really tasty to me!

  4. Pizza was all I saw so I'm in! Haha!

  5. I would love to make my own vegetable pizza, with kale or spinach.
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  6. This is wonderful for us since we are slowly trying to get away from gluten

  7. I love Margherita Pizza! These sound really good!

  8. I have never tried this. It looks good!

  9. The cheese pizza looks delicious!

  10. It's nice there are so many gluten free items now

  11. These GF pizzas look so good love to try them my son has Celiacs so I know he would enjoy them.

  12. Thanks for the review! I've been gluten free for almost 2 years now and I'm always looking for new, delicious gluten free options.

  13. These look amazing, I wish they had a dairy free option!!

  14. Would love to try and would add onions as well

  15. I have never had these but they look good

  16. I love that it is gluten free, I would love to try it


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