Daiya Gluten Free Supreme Pizza Review and Details

Wanna pizza that’s gluten-free, vegan, AND plant-based? Well, then get to know Daiya.

The Daiya brand has ten different combinations of pizzas; three made on veggie-based crusts and seven on crusts made of GF flours, all of which are certified gluten-free, vegan, and plant-based.

You may not find all of these Daiya pizzas in stock at all times. In fact, only 4-5 of their combos are available in the stores at any given time. But, testing any of them can give you a feel for how their pizzas perform.

So, out of the available combos, we picked Daiya’s gluten-free supreme pizza for this review. We figured if Daiya gets a passing score on this classic combo, their other flavors might be worth exploring too.

That said, let’s jump right into the meat and potatoes of this review: the Bottom Line.


Here’s what’s up: Daiya uses its dairy-free mozzarella cheese, which has a strong creamy smell and flavor. The issue is that Daiya’s mozzarella flavor is so rich that it almost eliminates other toppings’ taste. So it will feel like you’re eating a dairy-free cheese pizza, not a multi-topping pie.

The crust is actually quite tasty. It’s crispy but chewy enough to feel like a restaurant pizza crust.

Overall, you definitely should give this pizza a chance; it passes the texture test and maybe your taste buds may actually enjoy the strong cheesy flavor.


  • Certified gluten-free
  • Vegan
  • Plant-Based
  • Soy-Free
  • Crispy and chewy crust
  • Fresh tasting pizza


  • Strong Daiya cheese flavor
  • Some food coloring agents have been used

Daiya Supreme Pizza’s Taste, Texture, and More


About 90% of what you’ll taste is Daiya’s dairy-free mozzarella cheese. You will feel the meatless sausages, mushrooms and bell peppers when chewing on your bite, but Daiya’s cheese has such a rich flavor that it drowns out the other toppings. So, in other words, it tastes like cheese pizza with some extra stuff on it.

But don’t let the strong cheesy flavor dissuade you from trying this pie. It’s not an unpleasant flavor; it’s just that the cheese is very dominant in both smell and taste.


On the texture front, Daiya’s Supreme Pizza is nicely firm and crispy, about the right amount doughy, and chewy enough, so you feel like you’re eating an actual pizza and not a reheated frozen cardboard.

So no complaints about the texture. In fact, the texture is one of the key reasons we’d buy this pie again.


The pizza got a little smelly after it was fully baked. Just the Daiya cheese aroma, nothing too funky or off-putting.


Daiya Gluten Free Supreme Pizza Uncooked
Daiya Gluten Free Supreme Pizza Cooked

Out of the box, the pizza looked pretty much like any other frozen pizza. No surprise there.

After baking, the pizza browned evenly, with no parts of the crust or toppings burnt. However, it didn’t look as fancy as the picture on the box.

Then again, what frozen pizza ever does?!…. Actually, Tattooed Chef Cauliflower Cheese Pizza kind of came close.


The price, in fact, fluctuates depending on where you buy it. At our local Wholefoods, it was $9.99, but we’ve seen it as low as $6.49 at Target and Walmart.

Either way, you can use Daiya’s product finder feature on their website to help you locate their products near you and look up the retailers for updated pricing.

Daiya Gluten Free Supreme Pizza Ingredients

Crust (Water, Tapioca Flour, Rice Flour, Potato Starch, Chickpea Flour, Milled Flaxseed, Rice Starch, Olive Oil, Cane Sugar, Yeast, Sea Salt, Psyllium, Chicory Root Fiber, Xanthan Gum, Locust Bean Gum), Daiya Mozzarella Cheese (Filtered Water, Tapioca Flour, Coconut Oil, Expeller Pressed Safflower Oil, Natural Flavors, Chickpea Protein, Salt, Tricalcium Phosphate, Lactic Acid, Konjac Flour, Xanthan Gum, Yeast Extract, Fruit, Fruit and/or Vegetable Juice Color), Tomato Basil Sauce (Water, Tomatoes, Olive Oil, Basil, Black Pepper, Garlic, Oregano, Salt), Mushroom, Beyond Meat Italian Sausage Style Crumbles (Water, Pea Protein, Expeller Pressed Canola Oil, Natural Flavors, Spices, Garlic, Citric Acid) Onions, Green Bell Peppers, Red Bell Peppers.

Allergens: Chickpea

Here is a breakdown of the main ingredients in the crust and the toppings:

Gluten-Free Crust
Tapioca Flour
Rice Flour
Potato Starch
Chickpea Flour
Milled Flaxseed
Rice Starch
Olive Oil
Cane Sugar
Sea Salt
Chicory Root Fiber
Xanthan Gum
Locust Bean Gum
Sauce (Tomato Basil)
Olive Oil
Black Pepper
Daiya Mozzarella Cheese
Beyond Meat Italian Sausage Crumbles
Green Bell Pepper
Red Bell Pepper

Daiya Gluten Free Supreme Pizza Nutrition Facts

Calories and Macros Per Slice

  • Calories = 290
  • Net Carbs = 39g
  • Protein = 6g
  • Fats = 11g
Daiya Gluten Free Supreme Pizza Nutrition Label

Cooking Instructions

Here are the cooking instructions listed for Daiya’s Supreme Pizza. Below it, we’ll share our baking experience to give you an idea of how this pizza actually behaves in the oven and if any adjustments need to be made for the best results.

Conventional Oven

Preheat oven to 450°F (232°C)

Remove overwrap plastic. Place frozen pizza directly on middle oven rack.

Bake pizza for 16–21 minutes, or until crust is golden brown and no longer floppy. Check pizza after 16 minutes.

Our Cooking Tips and Tricks

The box instructions are pretty spot on. We baked our pizza at 450°F for about 17 minutes and it came out perfectly crispy, without any floppy parts and no burnt edges.

Just remember, for crispier and firmer crusts, always place your pizza on a baking rack because it allows hot air to circulate evenly on all sides of the pie.

Do not allow the frozen pizza to thaw. Start cooking it immediately from a frozen state and you’ll be all set.


Are Daiya pizzas gluten-free?

Yes, all of Daiya’s pizzas are certified gluten-free by the gfco.org

Is Daiya supreme pizza vegan?

Yes, the Supreme pizza is vegan as it does not contain any animal products.

How many calories are in Daiya’s supreme pizza?

Each slice (1/4 pizza) has 290 calories, and the entire pizza adds up to 1,160 calories.

Where to Buy Daiya Pizzas?

Supermarkets, such as Ralphs, Albertsons, Wholefoods, Target, Walmart and similar stores typically carry Daiya’s frozen pizzas.

However, to be sure, you can use Daiya’s product finder feature on their website to help locate their products near you.


The frozen pizza market does not have a lot of options that are both vegan and gluten-free, which is why we’re happy to see more brands like Daiya coming out with new and innovative products.

The taste of these gluten-free pizzas with dairy-free cheese may be a little different than your regular GF pizzas, but overall we actually found that we liked the flavor and texture better than some of the other gluten-free pizzas on the market.

So, whether you’re vegan, gluten-free, or just looking for a healthier alternative to traditional pizza, we highly recommend giving Daiya’s Supreme Pizza a try.