Sabatasso's gluten-free pizza

Costco: Sabatasso’s Gluten-Free Pizza

Though it’s one of our favorite quick comfort foods, gluten-free pizza can be one of the toughest things to get right. When eating at your local pizzeria, navigating potential cross-contamination issues can be exhausting. When shopping for frozen pizza, price and quality can be dealbreakers. So how can gluten-free pizza lovers find a happy medium? Enter Sabatasso’s gluten-free pizza, a hot new find at Costco.

Sabatasso's gluten-free pizza

Sabatasso’s gluten-free pizza is available in just one variety: 4-cheese thin & crispy. Fortunately, it does both of these things remarkably well. The crust, made with tapioca starch and rice flour, is just the right amount of crispy without being cracker-thin. The cheese—a blend of mozzarella, parmesan, fontina, and asiago—is ample and flavorful. This pizza is much tastier and more traditionally pizza-like than any other frozen one we’ve tasted, regardless of brand or variety.

Sabatasso's gluten-free pizza

Even better, Sabatasso’s gluten-free pizzas bake quickly, within 12 minutes in a 425 degree oven. They’re sold in boxes of two, making it easy to feed the whole family or save one for later. These pizzas are on the large side and made to serve four, but your mileage—and hunger—may vary. At under $12 per box, Sabatasso’s gluten-free pizzas are a tasty deal and perfect for a quick meal.

Sabatasso's gluten-free pizza

Are you a regular Costco shopper? Not only do Costco warehouses stock dozens of naturally gluten-free foods (read: fresh vegetables and fruit, quinoa, rice, meat, and dairy), but they also regularly introduce gluten-free products with a focus on value, convenience, and health. While this pizza doesn’t win many points in the health department, Sabatasso’s wins major points for convenience, value, and taste. This brand is distributed by Schwan’s and has been spotted in Costco intermittently in the past. Here’s hoping Sabatasso’s is here to stay!

Sabatasso’s gluten-free pizza is available at select Costco stores.

64 thoughts on “Costco: Sabatasso’s Gluten-Free Pizza

  1. Hello,
    I bought your Gluten Free Pizza today at Costco. I came home and baked one..It was Fabulous and the price is right..Thanks so much for a really yummy product…Do you have any coupons for this? If so I would be interested in some..
    Thank you,
    Nancy

    1. Glad you’re on the same page, Nancy! I think this is the best frozen GF pizza around, and I would love to see it at more stores. I haven’t seen Costco do many coupons, but they do sometimes have good sales!

      1. This is the best gluten free pizza ever. I wish they would do them in the individual size. I live alone. And would love to have it fresh baked every time. But please don’t ever stop making them!

    2. My husband was just diagnosed with celiac disease. He brought this home and we both LOVED it. Will definitely be buying it in the future.

      1. I looked for this pizza at costco couldn’t find it. I like this brand also
        because i could put my own toppings on it Apparently they replaced it with a brand that has
        meat on it already! Not my preference.

    3. I AGREE! Costco was giving out SAMPLES and I tried it. OMG! It was the BEST frozen pizza I have ever eaten! I did buy a box! YUMMY YUMMY YUMMY! If Costco wasn’t giving out the samples, I would have never had bought it! Thank you!

    4. Just had this for the first time!! Best GF pizza ever!!! And I’ve tried a lot of them!! I was in a hurry but next time I’ll add mushrooms spinach etc. Perfect crust. I had to double check the box to make sure it was gluten-free ! Hoping Costco will not cancel this As that is often the case

    5. I’m so frustrated that won’t consistently stock this item. My daughters and have Celiac disease and have been buying these pizzas for several years and love them. Now they haven’t had them for months.

    6. My daughter and I love this pizza. We buy it at Costco but now our Costco (Peoria, AZ) has been out for months. The workers say it’s a seasonal item and can’t say when it will be available again. I’ve checked other sites but can’t find it. Any suggestions?

    7. I adore these pizzas, but my local Costco has quit carrying them. Now they only have a wretched cauliflower crust gluten free option! Please bring Sabatasso’s back!

  2. Just tried my first gluten free pizza. AMAZING!!! Most gluten free pizzas are like eating cardboard or biting into a flip flop!! Someone finally got this right! I am one happy gluten intolerant customer!!!

  3. This pizza tasted good, but I don’t think I’ll be buying this again. After following the baking instructions I lost a good bit of the pizza through the oven rack as it fell apart, had to scrape what was left off the rack, and will now spend my evening cleaning up the mess in the oven.

    1. That’s what happened to me too, but that’s what the directions say. Next time, I will be placing it on a stone and adding toppings, although it was the best by itself.

    2. Go to the Dollar Store and buy a pizza tray with holes, makes perfect Pizza every time and this pizza is very good. And Good value.

  4. This pizza is delicious. Unfortunately the Costcos in St. Louis just discontinued the :(. I wrote a complaint on that decision in their in store comment box and hope they decide to bring them back. Does anyone know where else Sabatasso’s Gluten Free frozen pizza is sold?

  5. Costco in Novato, CA no longer carries this pizza!! This is massively disappointing; I’ve been enjoying it for the last year. Cooks up on a baking sheet in 10 minutes, is crisp and delicious, and lends itself well to the addition of mushrooms & chopped basil. Let Costco know (and cc Sabastasso’s too) that this is not acceptable! We want our pizza back.

  6. I’m am beyond disappointed! Just checked at our Costco in Bolingbrook, IL about when they would be getting more in and they said it is on the canceled items list! NOOOOOOOO! This was the best GF pizza by far! Is Costco nuts? They had that market cornered! The pizza sold out super quick. This is just too sad!
    With that being said, the customer service dept told me that I should fill out a “how are doing” form and request the pizzas be put back on the menu. I did and I get a few for my friends and family to fill out.

  7. UPDATE: Costco tells me that Sabatasso’s Gluten-Free pizza is currently stocked at San Diego, Los Angeles, Northwest, Northeast, and Southeast Region warehouses. There’s no information available on whether or not the pizzas are being phased out of particular stores, but if you see it happening at your store, definitely talk to the management and ask them to keep this in stock!

  8. In a Chicago Costco when I couldn’t find the pizzas, an employee looked it up and the system said it said “delete pending”. This is the phase right before being discontinued. There is a spot in the stores to write a note about the product and your feedback goes to corporate. I did it, will you? Takes time, but the customer service guy says he has heard a lot of disappointment from many customers about this.

  9. I too am disappointed with the fact our local Costco in St. Charles Il decided to discontinue this awesome GF pizza! We reluctantly decided to purchase the “other” gf pizza and it wasn’t even close to being as good as Sabatasso’s! I will take the recommendation from the earlier post and write a complaint on their decision board. Bring it back soon please!!

  10. These skinny pizzas just don’t cut for us northern bunch that need some substance. We hope our local Costco brings back the real Sabatasso’s pizzas that they formerly carried. Working guys need food….

  11. I live in Plymouth MI, I have 2 Costco not to far for me, one had the gluten free pizza but they no longer have it in stock. Feel very bad about it, Sabatasso’s gluten free pizza is the best, I do not have a problem with gluten, but I love it anyway.

  12. For the Chicagoland area shoppers – I found it at the west loop location on 14th and Ashland. I tried it last night and omgoodness! This is the best pizza I’ve had yet! I hope there is no discontinuation either! I saw this brand joined Udi’s. Hope it stays a while.

    1. VC, are the pizzas at your Chicago Costco branded as Udi’s? I know Costco has started to introduce family-sized Udi’s pizza, so I’m starting to wonder if the Sabatasso’s pizza is all going to be replaced. Sounds like I need to do some more pizza research!

  13. Santa Rosa CA Costco does not stock this anymore …. left a note requesting it be returned …. OK – does anyone else sell this ?

  14. Love your gluten free pizza, purchased at costco.When i had to abstain from gluten, my first thought was giving up pizza. Thanks for making this product.
    Ross

  15. At least in the state of California . . .
    Costco has descontinued the Sabatasso’s Gluten-Free pizza and BOY are we angry. We finally found an edible variety of pizza that doesn’t resemble a piece of cardboard. It is really tasty and my son (who is picky) LOVES it !! Now it is gone. Who ever reviews the stock selection should be fired ! I had the store superviser in the Tustin, CA store check the inventory from Orange county to the SF Bay Area . . . NOT ONE IN STOCK, with no promise that they will be back in stock. WE ARE VERY UPSET !

    I URGE ANYONE AND EVERYONE TO BOMBARD COSTCO WITH E-MAILS OF PROTEST . . . as we will be doing ! – Joe

    1. I hear you, Joe! I’ll be emailing Costco as well. If you can’t find Sabatasso’s at Costco, keep an eye out for Freschetta’s gluten-free pizza in your regular grocery store. This is the same pizza sold under a different label (and at a higher price).

      1. I live in Anchorage, Alaska and I have been buying these at Costco there for the past few years and love them. They usually have an ample supply up there. I usually spend a couple months every winter in Southern California and every time I go there I’ve never been able to find these at ANY So Cal Costco locations. Very disappointing. You would think with California being “ground zero” for health conscious consumers, this would be a primary market. What’s up with that Costco? Hard to believe I have to go to Alaska to get something unobtanium in So Cal. It’s usually the other way around…unless you’re looking for clean air, water, and snow, which Alaska has an edge on over California.

  16. I used to love this pizza!! Lately; the last 3 pizzas I have made all literally got huge holes in them while cooking!! I thought I just got a bad box last time- but my new fresh box did the same thing. It’s like the inside of half of the pizza falls out and leaves a giant hole! Thank goodness I thought to put a pan under to save myself from the burning and smoke from the pizza falling into the bottom of my oven on the last 2 incidents

  17. I was thrilled to see gluten free pizza at Costco. I enjoyed the taste but was, concerned about the somewhat high sodium content. Would you consider using less??

    Thanks

  18. Love this Pizza! Truly great taste, nice thin crust, flavorful and in a great price range for a two pizza box. Truly the best GF I have ever had. Domino’s has a GF that comes in a distant second that is ok too – but this brand ROCKS!

  19. I just had my first one tonight. It was, by far,THE best frozen pizza I have ever had!!!! I intend to go back to Costco and buy several boxes more. I’m in awe…

  20. I love these pizzas. They bake up quickly, have a crisp, crunchy crust and the sauce is perfect. I’ve been buying them at Costco for a while now but they have not had them the past few months. Very bummed. Tried another well known brand and was not impressed. Crust was no where near the quality of yours and the sauce was way too sweet. Told the Costco associate I wanted Sabatasso’s again. Do you sell these elsewhere in WI?

  21. Pizza is available in 12 single serve size at Costco in NS not sure about anywhere else, You get 6 pepperoni and 6 cheese

  22. I was recently at my local Costco and they had the, Sabatasso’s Gluten Free’ pizza set out for taste testing. I have Been a celiac for many years and have tried many attempts of companies trying to make a gluten free pizza. But besides my local Boston Pizza’s gluten free pizza I have never found one that comes even close. I had actually given up purchasing them until I tried the Sabatasso’s and it is truly the BEST. I purchased the gluten free pepperoni and add it with peppers and pineapple. I Love Love Love this product. Thank you ‘Sabatasso’s and Costco for carrying their product.

    1. I agree this is a great Gluten Free Pizza, I just pre-warm it for 5 minutes, then add sliced mushrooms, onions, peppers, sun-dried tomatoes and garlic-stuffed olives on top, whatever you like (!) and serve with extra virgin olive oil, and wow it tastes fantastic and can be a healthy treat for someone with Celiac Disease. Hoping Costco continues selling it, or can we order it online direct somewhere??

  23. Just turned up at our San Antonio Costco.
    Bakes fine with no mess in microwave in a minute and a half.
    Comes in single servings and
    Really YUMMY!
    Hope the store keeps it stocked.

  24. To reduce the mess, use a preheated Baking Steel or similar steel slab in the oven. Read about modernist cuisine if you’re unfamiliar with them; much better than a stone with any crusts I’ve tried.

  25. Just stopped in the Costco to pick up this pizza .. I get 6 boxes at a time to keep in freezer.. Whole family has Celiac .. This is the only GF pizza we have ever liked .. WHERE IS IT ?? I was told it is not in stock and shows deleted!! Please help where else can I find these

  26. Just baked one last night on the rack…turned out great! We are not gluten-sensitive, just trying to eat healthier, and this pizza was so delicious! We will be purchasing again for sure at the Easton (Columbus, OH) Costco.

  27. I have been buying your gluten-free pizza from Costco for about a year now. Just recently you changed the crust. It was a near perfect GF pizza until now. The cheese and sauce are great but the crust is very hard and not much taste. The former crust was awesome. Please get it back!!!

  28. We bought a box in Vacaville Costco a few years ago and loved it. It immediately disappeared. Just a couple of weeks ago, we found them again and a week later went back to stock up…they had disappeared again. Sometimes I hate Costco.

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