Daiya Dairy Free Frozen Pizzas

Supreme, Bianca
$9.99 per pizza

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On October 9, 2015
Last modified:January 15, 2020


The allergen-free convenience is hard to beat with these handy heat and serve pizzas. We overall enjoyed them, polishing off one pizza between the two of us without coming up for air. That said, they do taste like frozen pizza without the bold flavors of fresh, and are a little bit of an indulgence for the pocket book.

While frozen pizzas aren’t something that we miss in our house, I have to admit that it was kind of nice to have a couple Daiya dairy free frozen pizzas on hand.

Daiya Dairy Free Frozen Pizzas (6 varieties!) - all vegan, gluten-free and made without top allergens.

Tasting Notes for Daiya Dairy Free Frozen Pizzas

I received a couple of free product trial coupons for Daiya dairy free frozen pizza. So we decided to give their two newest flavors a trial: Supreme Pizza and Pizza Bianca.

Daiya Dairy Free Frozen Pizzas (6 varieties!) - all vegan, gluten-free and made without top allergens. (Pizza Bianca pictured)


The Bianca was LOADED with roasted garlic – a bit too much for us, but great for warding off vampires. Aside from the garlic, it was generously coated with Daiya mozzarella shreds, had a fair amount of cooked spinach, and a small smattering of sliced mushrooms. All the goods were atop a thin crispy crust (that didn’t shout gluten-free). We liked it, but found the flavor a little underwhelming. Aside from the garlic, it was a rather mild pizza. I’m also not sure how they make the cheese alternative look so stretchy in their pictures. It has a nice, gooey consistency, but I wouldn’t expect the super-stretch you get with traditional dairy cheese.

Daiya Dairy Free Frozen Pizzas (6 varieties!) - all vegan, gluten-free and made without top allergens. (Pizza Bianca pictured)


We had the Supreme late in the evening, so sorry, no picture! It looks similar to the Bianca above, but with a central smattering of more boldly colored toppings and a red rather than white sauce peaking out from beneath. The toppings were pleasant, and honestly, I don’t think either of us even noticed that the “meat” was vegan. That said, with a supreme-style pizza, I expect a smack in the face with flavor. Like the Bianca, the flavor was mellow. It was good, pleasant, but almost a little lackluster.

Overall, we enjoyed the Daiya dairy free frozen pizzas. We devoured every last bite (don’t believe them that these little pizzas serve three!). But as Tony pointed out, “they taste like frozen pizza.” A nice top allergen-free convenience to have on hand if you can pick some up on sale, but certainly no substitute for a freshly made pie.

Daiya Dairy Free Frozen Pizzas (6 varieties!) - all vegan, gluten-free and made without top allergens.

The Facts on Daiya Dairy Free Frozen Pizzas

Certifications: Daiya Dairy Free Frozen Pizzas are Certified Vegan and Certified Gluten-Free.

Dietary Notes: By ingredients, Daiya Dairy Free Frozen Pizzas are dairy-free / non-dairy, egg-free, gluten-free, nut-free, peanut-free, soy-free, vegan / plant-based, and vegetarian. Nonetheless, check with the company on their manufacturing processes for all varieties if potential allergen cross-contamination is an issue for you. Processes and labeling are subject to change at any time for any company / product.

For More Product Information: Visit the Daiya Foods website at daiyafoods.com.

About Author

Alisa is the founder of GoDairyFree.org, Food Editor for Allergic Living magazine, and author of the best-selling dairy-free book, Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living, and the new cookbook, Eat Dairy Free: Your Essential Cookbook for Everyday Meals, Snacks, and Sweets. Alisa is also a professional recipe creator and product ambassador for the natural food industry.


  1. I am newly having to eat gluten free. Tried the Daiya Meatless meat Lover’s Pizza. It was awful. The sausage crumbles were little rocks. The crust was cardboard. I had to throw it out. Not a good experience!

  2. I’m gluten free and my husband brought this pizza home instead of my usual cauliflower crust pizza. I had my mouth set on pizza and what a disappointment. This has to have been the worst pizza I have ever had – anytime anyplace. The crust was hard as a rock, and tasteless and the topping (pseudo cheese and tomato sauce) was awful. It tasted like pure tomato sauce on top of cardboard. I had added ham, mushrooms, peppers and tomatoes and mozzarella cheese to it but it didn’t help one bit because the sauce was bitter. I scraped the veggies I had added off it and ate them, threw the pizza away. Ugh!

  3. I tried your frozen pizza, never again. It is he worst pizza I ever had. I truly believe your crust is made from cardboard. The topping was horrible. Your company should be ashamed to sell this product.

    • You need to contact Daiya directly. This is a third party review that is unbiased and unpaid (we bought their pizza ourselves!). We are in no way affiliated with Daiya Foods. Please contact the company directly if you have a complaint.

  4. Don't buy this pizza, it is the worst. I had to throw it out, on

    Don’t buy this pizza. It is the worst. After tasting it I had to throw it out. Horrible, the crust must be made with cardboard.

  5. I’m gonna go against the grain (see what I did there?) and say…I kinda dig it. Just had my first experience with a pizza of this type and I think it’s nice to have this option. I rather liked the buttery taste of whatever the non cheese item I was eating. I’d purchase this again to have in the freezer for those days when things just don’t work out to make a real dinner.

  6. I get one of these pizzas about once a year, which is apparently how long it takes me to forget how awful it is. Got one today after getting home from a trip and not having much to cook. The crust, if it can even be called crust, ruins the entire pizza. There’s just nothing to it, and it tastes like what I can only imagine cardboard tastes like. I’ve tried baking it too long, too short, exactly what the directions recommend, and it doesn’t seem to matter. It comes out the same every time – bendy and chewy, in all of the ways you don’t want your food to reflect those words. Also, now that I’ve been eating nut cheese, I forgot how much the coagulated oil version of cheese grosses me out and gives me a tummy ache. I think I’m going to put a piece of the box on my fridge and write “never again!” on it so I’ll have a reminder. I miss pizza as much as the next dairy free person, but putting myself through another one of these is some sort of twisted self-torture.

    • I think you should work on your oven techniques. If you convection cook it at 9 minutes they turn out great. And with no pan under it. Just a catch pan one rack down beneath it. Then the crust won’t be hard as a rock. I also add finally chopped red bell peppers on top. It’s Yum Yum.

  7. We tired the Daiya pizza, and it was probably to grossest thing gluten-free that I have had to date. Even our dog spit the crust out. Would definitely never recommend this pizza.

  8. Julia Sayland on

    I missed pizza so much after cutting out dairy since having my daughter. I tried this and expected the worst. But it was amazing!!! I had the cheese lovers. So good. Will definitely continue buying

  9. i think it should be pointed out that they taste like… make that worse than… a $2 frozen pizza. I’m not a fan of cheese substitutes but regardless of that the rest of the this pizza was just awful… the sauce is not noticeable and the crust is like cardboard. Amy’s pizzas are MUCH better.

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