Still Riding Pizza & More - Celiac Disease
May 23 2011

Still Riding Pizza & More

Have you heard of Still Riding Pizza before?  You may or may not have.  You won’t find Still Riding Pizza in a store, but in restaurants around the country!  Still Riding Pizza supplies pizza crusts, bread crumbs & pasta  to many restaurants.  One popular restaurant that you may recognize is Mellow Mushroom.

While I did know that Mellow Mushroom didn’t make their crust in house, I was not aware that Still Riding supplied their crusts.  Still Riding Pizza also made bread crumbs and pasta for restaurants around the country.  There is a list of locations where their products are served right on their website.  You can either input your zip code information or scroll down to see locations across the country.  Not only is this resource a great way to find gluten-free dining close by to where you live, but also to see if there are any restaurants to visit while you are traveling.

Want to experience Still Riding Pizza or pasta at home?  No worries, the products can be ordered right from their website.  The crusts come in 9 or 12 inches and in single or multi-packs.  There are specific, simple instructions that should be followed for preparing the crusts. It is important to note that the shipping & handling is included in the price listed.

Read a little more about Still Riding Pizza below:

Maybe it’s the fun and convenience you miss. Maybe you’ve felt left out at birthday parties, sleepovers and movie nights too.
Maybe you are tired of having to convince yourself that the gluten free pizza that is out there “really isn’t so bad.”
Well, your pizza problems are over. We have developed a delicious, authentic, New York style, par-baked crust that is entirely gluten free. When we partner with your local restaurant or pizzeria, the result is a delicious and safe solution for Celiacs and others who avoid wheat and gluten, but still want to eat real pizza.

Because we are Gluten Free ourselves, we know that selling a GF pizza crust to restaurants is a larger task than just being a supplier:

  • We educate the restaurant how to do this safely and successfully. We have a proven method and set-up and can train anyone who is willing.
  • Our product is made in a 100% Gluten Free facility built by us and used only for this purpose. This takes the risk of preparation out of the hands of the restaurant.
  • Much of the marketing of this product is done in non-traditional channels, and we have a proven program that works. We are part of the GF community, and know who they are and what they want.

The Still Riding Pizza crust ingredients:

  • Bean Flour
  • Rice Flour
  • Tapioca Flour and Starch
  • Xanthan Gum
  • Salt
  • Yeast
  • Egg
  • Cider Vinegar
  • Sugar
  • Canola Oil
  • Calcium Propionate

Still Riding Pizza is also on Facebook and Twitter.  Make sure to follow them to keep up on the newest locations & product information.

I love that the crusts are available to order online.  This is a great option for those with little time and picky kids.  Additionally, should you want to make sure your child has options when the school has a pizza party or he or she wants to have friends over and they want to be just like everyone else, this is a wonderful option!

Have you had a chance to try Still Riding Pizza crusts or other products?  If so, what did you think?

Article Written by:

Kyle Eslick is the founder of Gluten Free Media, as well as the creator of the popular Celiac Support Groups page. Connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, and now Google+!


  1. Sheila says:

    Oh Kim, there are better GF frozen crusts out there for pizza places to buy/use. I think StillRiding tastes pretty close to the cardboard box that carries home a take-out pizza. JD’s Best Pizza made in South Windsor, CT and French Meadow (both are GF) are two of my favorites. After tasting them I have stopped frequenting a local pizza establishment that carries the StillRiding crust. Our GF group has tried to get the owner to change but StillRiding gives them a good deal so it appears there will be no change. I feel badly about taking my business elsewhere because the owner iand StillRiding are supportive of the GF “cause” but the GF pizza made on StillRiding is not good! They need to tweak the recipe!

  2. Tiffany says:

    While I don’t love the SR crust, I will say the owner of the company is extremely involved with any company that wants to use the crust. She is all about making sure the place knows how to properly and safely handle the crust from freezer to table. I’m not aware of another gf pizza crust company that goes to the lengths to make sure pizza places buying their crust understand gf service and all that goes into it.

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