Many pizza places offer gluten-free options that aren’t serious about avoiding cross contact with gluten, but the bright light is that Pizza Hut is doing it right. Pizza Hut is careful.
Pizza Hut’s gluten free pizza is made with Udi’s certified crust and select Pizza Hut toppings. The crust is stored in a separate container and on a separate shelf in the fridge. Each crust is 10″ and is cut into 8 slices. It serves 1-2 people.
Udi’s gluten-free crust is made with:
Water, Tapioca Starch, Brown Rice Flour, Canola Oil, Egg Whites, Dried Cane Syrup, Tapioca Syrup, Tapioca Maltodextrin, Salt, Xanthan Gum, Yeast, Cultured Corn Syrup Solids, and Citric Acid (Mold Inhibitor), Enzymes.
The cheese, marinara sauce, and pepperoni are stored in a different special area. Most cross contamination happens when the workers are getting the same cheese and sauces to make the regular pizza as well as the gluten-free pizza.
Every GF pizza at their restaurant is freshly made on special parchment paper in the oven. Worker members who make the GF pizza know to wear gloves and use a special GF pizza cutter to lessen the risk of cross contamination between the regular pizzas and the GF pizzas.
I ate at Pizza Hut once with my mom and it was the best pizza I’ve ever had! I’m so glad Pizza Hut is taking proper precautions with their GF pizzas!! (: